Reviews

[vc_row][vc_column width='3/5'] With a look at past suggestions, between cinema and literature, Julian De La Chica creates a completely new and original work. "Agatha" amazes for the intensity of the images, capable of transmitting meaning like words. De La Chica's cinema is a cinema of bodies,...

[vc_row][vc_column width='3/5'] With lightness and sensitivity, Samantha Nolte signs a sincere, delicate and warm work (despite the snows of New Jersey). "Fair Haven" recovers that American tradition, dramaturgical and cinematographic, which revolves around the return of the protagonist to his native country, with all the emotional...

[vc_row][vc_column width='3/5'] "The River Will Carry Them" is a twelve-minute film, impressive for its lyrical power. The realistic, almost documentary style does not sacrifice a refined and always discreet aesthetic beauty, which is well integrated with the narrative material, elegant and always sensitive to the emotional...

[vc_row][vc_column width='3/5'] "Wackadoodle" is a rather unique experience. It is necessary to speak of "experience", because we are certainly not dealing with a simple film. The upheaval of cinematic archetypes and the revolutionary use of writing techniques make this work a kind of free fall, in...

[vc_row][vc_column width='3/5'] "KID" takes us into the murky Malaysian criminal undergrowth, and the descent into this hellish pit turns out to be multifaceted, ambiguous, terrifying but surprisingly human. Based on an excellent screenplay, Praboo Ariva's film erases the boundaries of good and evil, to tell with...

[vc_row][vc_column width='3/5'] The epic and hard journey of "Green Flake" is pervaded by a feeling of delicate poetry, which emerges from every shot. It is certainly thanks to the gaze of Mauli Junior Bonner, the director of this impressive debut film, surely destined to be remembered...

[vc_row][vc_column width='3/5'] William Stancik continues his construction of an American alternative epic, distorting the past as well as distorts the images and sounds that make up his stories. Within the Great History, small stories of miserable and greedy men are stirred, at the service of those...

[vc_row][vc_column width='3/5'] Joseph Ramos, in his first test with the feature film format, makes a complex, layered but extremely enjoyable and fascinating film for any type of audience. Ramos certainly draws from the codes and archetypes of genre cinema, mixing elements of different origins. The film...

[vc_row][vc_column width='3/5'] "Bipolar Kubrick Ventilator Wallpaper Dream" is a lightning-fast experiment, which condenses in its brevity the archetypes and forms typical of Stancik's cinema. The narrative structure is dry and direct, quick and incisive. This film therefore breaks down the filters of narrative fiction and proceeds...