Now nominated for the New Critics & New Audiences Award 2024, the Brazilian-German directing duo talks about the misconceptions of Berlin, and its gay scene.
Now nominated for the New Critics & New Audiences Award 2024, Moritz Geiser discusses the female characters at the center of his raging hyper-modern fable.
Olga Kosanović sheds light on an immigrant’s reality in present-day Austria, a land where an Eastern European individual is forced to, figuratively speaking, move mountains to endure.
Francesco Sossai builds a queasy claustrophobia in the neo-giallo The Birthday Party.
Neozoon’s collage explores the worldview of fundamentalist evangelicals in the United States of America.
A strident critique of Germany’s relationship with some of today’s social and political realities at home and abroad, awared the Alice Guy Prize at FIDMarseille.
The latest film by prolific German film author Jan Soldat begs the question of why cinema is so good at portraying spectacular deaths instead of authentic ones.
What if we allow ourselves to witness a virtual avatar going through the painful learning process of doing a backflip, entirely on its own?
Mo Harawe has perhaps crafted one of the most cynical films ever made about the death penalty.
While Handbook can be ruthless, Pavel Mozhar shows his finely-tuned sense for mutual respect even when the film is showing violently charged truths.
This devious domestic animated drama from the acclaimed Špela Čadež seems enthusiastically committed to realist cinema.
Instead of offering anything as a straight factual counterpoint, the musical performances in One Hundred Steps themselves demand reconsideration.