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Lee Marshall

  • Good For Nothing

    21-Oct-2014

    Dir: Gianni Di Gregorio. Italy. 2014. 87mins
  • Lucifer

    21-Oct-2014

    Dir/scr: Gust Van den Berghe. Belgium-Mexico. 2014. 110mins
  • Last Summer

    20-Oct-2014

    Dir: Leonardo Guerra Seragnoli. 2014. 94mins
  • The Lies Of The Victors

    19-Oct-2014

    Dir: Christopher Hochhausler. Germany-France. 2014. 112mins
  • As The Gods Will

    18-Oct-2014

    Dir: Takashi Miike. Japan. 2014. 117mins
  • We Are Young. We Are Strong

    18-Oct-2014

    Dir: Burhan Qurbani. Germany. 2014. 123mins
  • Court

    9-Sep-2014

    Dir/scr: Chaitanya Tamhane.  India. 2014. 115mins
  • Burying The Ex

    7-Sep-2014

    Dir: Joe Dante. US. 2014. 99mins
  • The Postman’s White Nights

    6-Sep-2014

    Dir: Andrei Konchalovsky. Russia. 2014. 101mins
  • Good Kill

    5-Sep-2014

    Dir/scr: Andrew Niccol. US. 2014. 102mins
  • Goodnight Mommy

    5-Sep-2014

    Dir/scr: Veronika Franz, Severin Fiala. Austria. 2014. 99mins
  • Cymbeline

    5-Sep-2014

    Dir: Michael Almereyda. US. 2014. 97mins
  • Pasolini

    4-Sep-2014

    Dir: Abel Ferrara. France-Italy-Belgium. 2014. 85mins
  • Bypass

    3-Sep-2014

    Dir/scr: Duane Hopkins. UK 2014.103mins
  • A Pigeon Sat On A Branch Reflecting On Existence

    3-Sep-2014

    Dir/scr: Roy Andersson. Sweden-Norway-France-Germany. 2014. 101mins
  • Jackie & Ryan

    1-Sep-2014

    Dir/scr: Ami Canaan Mann. US. 2014. 90mins
  • The Cut

    1-Sep-2014

    Dir: Fatih Akin. Germany-France-Italy-Russia-Poland-Canada-Turkey. 2014.  138mins
  • 3 Hearts

    31-Aug-2014

    Dir: Benoit Jacquot. France.106mins
  • Black Souls

    30-Aug-2014

    Dir: Francesco Munzi. Italy, France. 2014. 109mins
  • In The Basement

    29-Aug-2014

    Dir: Ulrich Seidl.  Austria. 2014.  85mins
  • The President

    29-Aug-2014

    Dir: Mohsen Makhmalbaf. Georgia-France-UK-Germany. 2014. 115mins
  • Tales

    29-Aug-2014

    Dir: Rakhshan Banietemad. Iran. 2014. 90mins
  • The Look Of Silence

    28-Aug-2014

    Dir: Joshua Oppenheimer. Denmark-Indonesia-Norway-Finland-UK. 2014. 100mins
  • Venice 2014: Competition, Orizzonti, Critics' Week, Venice Days titles

    27-Aug-2014

    The Competition line-up for this year’s Venice Film Festival marks the return of mavericks such as Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu and Fatih Akin, with a wealth of talent represented in the Orizzonti, Critics’ Week and Venice Days sections
  • Misunderstood

    23-May-2014

    Dir: Asia Argento. Italy-France. 2014.108mins
  • Maidan

    22-May-2014

    Dir: Sergei Loznitsa. Netherlands/Ukraine. 2014. 134mins
  • Bird People

    21-May-2014

    Dir: Pascale Ferran. France. 2014. 128mins
  • Two Days, One Night

    20-May-2014

    Dirs/scr: Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne. Belgium-France-Italy. 2014. 94mins
  • Maps To The Stars

    19-May-2014

    Dir: David Cronenberg.  France-Canada-Germany-US. 2014.  111mins
  • Force Majeure

    18-May-2014

    Dir/scr: Ruben Ostlund. Sweden-Denmark-France-Norway. 2014. 119mins
  • The Wonders

    18-May-2014

    Dir/scr: Alice Rohrwacher. Italy-Switzerland-Germany. 2014. 110mins
  • Red Army

    17-May-2014

    Dir/scr: Gabe Polsky. US-Russia. 2014. 84mins
  • Girlhood

    15-May-2014

    Dir/scr: Celine Sciamma. France. 2014.113mins
  • Darker Than Midnight

    15-May-2014

    Dir: Sebastiano Riso. Italy 2014. 94mins
  • Broken Circle Breakdown wins EU's Lux Prize

    11-Dec-2013

    Three shortlisted films for the European Parliament prize have been on seven week Europe-wide tour.
  • Tir

    17-Nov-2013

    Dir: Alberto Fasulo. Italy-Croatia. 2013. 85mins
  • Another Me

    17-Nov-2013

    Dir: Isabel Coixet. UK-Spain. 2013. 86mins
  • Gods Behaving Badly

    14-Nov-2013

    Dir: Marc Turtletaub. US. 2013. 90mins
  • Out Of The Furnace

    13-Nov-2013

    Dir: Scott Cooper. US-UK. 2013. 115mins
  • Stalingrad 3D

    11-Nov-2013

    Dir: Dyodor Bondarchuk. Russia. 2013. 132mins
  • The Stone River

    11-Nov-2013

    Dir/scr: Giovanni Donfrancesco. Italy-France. 2013. 88mins
  • Amazonia

    9-Sep-2013

    Dir: Thierry Ragobert. France-Brazil. 2013. 85mins
  • Sacro Gra

    7-Sep-2013

    Dir: Gianfranco Rosi. Italy-France. 2013. 93mins
  • Stray Dogs

    5-Sep-2013

    Dir: Tsai Ming-Liang. Taiwan-France. 2013. 135mins
  • The Armstrong Lie

    4-Sep-2013

    Dir/scr: Alex Gibney. US. 2013.122mins
  • The Unknown Known

    4-Sep-2013

    Dir: Errol Morris. US. 2013. 105mins
  • Under The Skin

    3-Sep-2013

    Dir: Jonathan Glazer. US-UK. 2013. 107mins
  • Miss Violence

    2-Sep-2013

    Dir: Alexandros Avranas. Greece. 2013. 99mins
  • Tom At The Farm

    2-Sep-2013

    Dir: Xavier Dolan. France-Canada. 2013. 102mins
  • Locke

    2-Sep-2013

    Dir/scr: Steven Knight. UK. 2013. 84mins
  • The Wind Rises

    1-Sep-2013

    Dir/scr: Hayao Miyazaki. Japan. 2013.  127mins
  • Child Of God

    31-Aug-2013

    Dir: James Franco. US. 2013. 104mins
  • Wolf Children

    30-Aug-2013

    Dir/scr: Rick Ostermann. Germany. 2013. 97mins
  • A Street In Palermo

    29-Aug-2013

    Dir: Emma Dante. Italy-Switzerland. 2013. 94mins
  • The Good Life

    29-Aug-2013

    Dir: Jean Denizot. France. 2013. 98mins
  • Tore Tanzt

    24-May-2013

    Dir/scr: Katrin Gebbe. Germany. 2013. 110mins
  • The Immigrant

    24-May-2013

    Dir: James Gray. US. 2013. 117mins
  • The Great Beauty

    21-May-2013

    Dir: Paolo Sorrentino. Italy-France. 2013. 140mins
  • Blind Detective

    20-May-2013

    Dir: Johnnie To. Hong Kong-China. 2013.  129mins
  • Monsoon Shootout

    20-May-2013

    Dir/scr: Amit Kumar. UK-India-Netherlands. 2013. 88mins
  • Grand Central

    18-May-2013

    Dir: Rebecca Zlotowski. France. 2013. 94mins
  • Ugly

    18-May-2013

    Dir/scr: Anurag Kashyap. India. 2013. 126mins
  • The Past

    17-May-2013

    Dir/scr: Asghar Farhadi. France-Italy. 2013. 130mins
  • Salvo

    17-May-2013

    Dir/sc: Fabio Grassadonia & Antonio Piazza. Italy-France. 2013. 109mins
  • Miele

    6-May-2013

    Dir: Valeria Golino.  Italy-France. 2013. 96mins
  • Siberian Education

    5-Mar-2013

    Dir: Gabriele Salvatores. Italy. 2013. 105mins
  • Night Train To Lisbon

    15-Feb-2013

    Dir: Bille August. Germany-Switzerland-Portugal. 2013. 110mins
  • Harmony Lessons

    14-Feb-2013

    Dir/scr: Emir Baigazin. Kazakhstan-Germany-France. 2013. 113mins
  • Closed Curtain

    12-Feb-2013

    Dirs: Jafar Panahi, Kamboziya Partovi. Iran. 2013. 106mins
  • Love Battles

    12-Feb-2013

    Dir/scr: Jacques Doillon.  France. 2013. 112mins
  • Narco Cultura

    11-Feb-2013

    Dir: Shaul Schwarz. US. 2013. 102mins
  • Vic + Flo Saw A Bear

    10-Feb-2013

    Dir/scr: Denis Cote. Canada. 2013. 95mins
  • The Weight Of Elephants

    10-Feb-2013

    Dir/scr: Daniel Joseph Borgman. Denmark-New Zealand. 2013.  87mins
  • The Cold Lands

    10-Feb-2013

    Dir/scr: Tom Gilroy. US. 2013. 100mins
  • A Single Shot

    9-Feb-2013

    Dir: David M. Rosenthal. US-UK-Canada. 2013. 116mins
  • La Maison de la Radio

    9-Feb-2013

    Dir: Nicolas Philibert. France-Japan. 2013. 103mins
  • Shirley – Visions of Reality

    9-Feb-2013

    Dir/scr: Gustav Deutsch. Austria. 2013. 93mins
  • The Pirate Bay: Away From Keyboard

    8-Feb-2013

    Dir: Simon Klose. Sweden. 2012. 85mins
  • A Fold In My Blanket

    8-Feb-2013

    Dir/scr: Zaza Rusadze.  Georgia. 2013. 70mins
  • The Best Offer

    10-Jan-2013

    Dir/scr: Giuseppe Tornatore.  Italy. 2012. 124mins
  • A Glimpse Inside The Mind Of Charles Swan III

    18-Nov-2012

    Dir/scr: Roman Coppola. US. 2012.  86mins
  • Ali Has Blue Eyes

    18-Nov-2012

    Dir: Claudio Giovannesi. Italy. 2012. 99mins
  • Drug War

    16-Nov-2012

    Dir:  Johnnie To. Hong Kong-China. 2012. 105mins
  • Bullet To The Head

    15-Nov-2012

    Dir: Walter Hill.  US. 2012. 92mins
  • Mai Morire

    13-Nov-2012

    Dir: Enrique Rivero.  Mexico. 2012. 84mins
  • Goltzius And The Pelican Company

    12-Nov-2012

    Dir/scr: Peter Greenaway.  Netherlands-UK-Croatia-France. 2012. 128mins
  • Populaire

    11-Nov-2012

    Dir: Regis Roinsard.  France-Belgium. 2012.  111mins
  • Hand In Hand

    11-Nov-2012

    Dir: Valerie Donzelli.  France-Belgium. 2012. 85mins
  • Lesson Of The Evil

    9-Nov-2012

    Dir/scr: Takashi Miike.  Japan. 2012. 128mins
  • Rome 2012: 15 new films

    8-Nov-2012

    With 59 world premieres, the Rome Film Festival is serving up a feast of new cinema. Lee Marshall profiles a selection of 15 new films from across the line-up
  • The Interval

    9-Oct-2012

    Dir: Leonardo Di Costanzo. Italy-Switzerland. 2012. 80mins
  • A Month In Thailand

    7-Sep-2012

    Dir: Paul Negoescu. Romania. 2012. 85mins
  • Passion

    7-Sep-2012

    Dir/scr: Brian De Palma.  France-Germany. 2012.  97mins
  • Kiss Of The Damned

    7-Sep-2012

    Dir/scr: Xan Cassavetes. USA. 2012. 96mins
  • The Company You Keep

    6-Sep-2012

    Dir:  Robert Redford. US-Canada. 2012. 121mins
  • Spring Breakers

    6-Sep-2012

    Dir/scr: Harmony Korine.  US. 2012. 93mins
  • The Fifth Season

    6-Sep-2012

    Dir/scr: Peter Brosens & Jessica Woodworth. Belgium–Netherlands–France. 2012. 94mins
  • Dormant Beauty

    5-Sep-2012

    Dir: Marco Bellocchio.  Italy-France. 2012.  115mins
  • Lines Of Wellington

    4-Sep-2012

    Dir:  Valeria Sarmiento.  Portugal-France. 2012.  152mins.
  • Outrage Beyond

    3-Sep-2012

    Dir/scr: Takeshi Kitano. Japan 2012. 112mins
  • Disconnect

    3-Sep-2012

    Dir:  Henry-Alex Rubin. US. 2012. 115mins
  • To The Wonder

    2-Sep-2012

    Dir/scr: Terrence Malick. US. 2012. 113mins
  • It Was The Son

    1-Sep-2012

    Dir: Daniele Cipri. Italy-France. 2012. 90mins
  • Wadjda

    31-Aug-2012

    Dir/scr: Haifaa al Mansour. Saudi Arabia. 2012.  97mins
  • Betrayal

    30-Aug-2012

    Dir:  Kirill Serebrennikov.  Russia. 2012. 115mins
  • Kinshasa Kids

    30-Aug-2012

    Dir/scr: Marc-Henri Wajnberg.  Belgium-France. 2012. 85mins
  • Virgin Tales

    20-Aug-2012

    Dir: Mirjam von Arx. Switzerland. 2012. 87mins
  • To Rome With Love

    16-Jun-2012

    Dir/scr: Woody Allen. US-Italy. 2012. 111mins
  • The Central Park Five

    26-May-2012

    Dir/scr: Ken Burns, David McMahon, Sarah Burns. US. 2012. 119mins
  • Cosmopolis

    25-May-2012

    Dir: David Cronenberg. France-Canada. 2012. 108mins
  • Gangs of Wasseypur

    24-May-2012

    Dir: Anurag Kashyap. India. 2012. 318mins
  • Operation Libertad

    23-May-2012

    Dir: Nicola Wadimoff.  Switzerland–France. 2012.  99mins
  • On The Road 

    23-May-2012

    Dir: Walter Salles. France-Brazil. 2012. 137mins
  • 3

    22-May-2012

    Dir: Pablo Stoll Ward. Uruguay-Argentina-Germany. 2012. 120mins
  • Trashed

    21-May-2012

    Dir/scr: Candida Brady. UK. 2012. 105mins
  • Confessions Of A Child Of The Century

    21-May-2012

    Dir: Sylvie Verheyde. France-UK-Germany. 2011. 121mins
  • Like Someone In Love

    21-May-2012

    Dir/scr: Abbas Kiarostami. France-Japan. 2012. 109mins
  • Antiviral

    20-May-2012

    Dir/scr: Brandon Cronenberg.  Canada. 2012.  110mins
  • La Sirga

    20-May-2012

    Dir/scr: William Vega. Colombia-France-Mexico. 2011. 90mins
  • No

    18-May-2012

    Dir: Pablo Larrain. Chile-USA. 2011. 116mins
  • Rust And Bone

    17-May-2012

    Dir: Jacques Audiard. France-Belgium. 2011. 123mins
  • Anton Corbijn Inside Out

    17-Feb-2012

    Dir:  Klaartje Quirijns.  Netherlands-Belgium-Ireland. 2012.  80mins
  • Mercy

    16-Feb-2012

    Dir:  Matthias Glasner.  Germany-Norway. 2011. 132mins
  • Tomorrow

    16-Feb-2012

    Dir: Andrey Gryazev. Russia. 2012.  91mins
  • Postcards From The Zoo

    15-Feb-2012

    Dir: Edwin. Indonesia-Germany-Kong Kong-China. 2012. 96mins
  • Modest Reception

    14-Feb-2012

    Dir: Mani Haghighi. Iran. 2012. 100mins
  • The Virgin, the Copts and Me

    14-Feb-2012

    Dir: Namir Abdel Messeeh. France-Qatar. 2011.  93mins
  • Electrick Children

    13-Feb-2012

    Dir/scr: Rebecca Thomas. US. 2012. 93mins
  • Canned Dreams

    13-Feb-2012

    Dir: Katja Gauriloff.  Finland. 2012. 81mins
  • Sister

    13-Feb-2012

    Dir: Ursula Meier. Switzerland-France. 2011. 97mins
  • Spain

    12-Feb-2012

    Dir:Anja Salmoniwitz. Austria. 2012. 101mins
  • Caesar Must Die

    11-Feb-2012

    Dirs: Paolo and Vittorio Taviani. Italy. 2012. 76mins
  • Beyond The Hill

    11-Feb-2012

    Dir/scr: Emin Alper. Turkey-Greece. 2012. 94mins
  • Elles

    10-Feb-2012

    Dir: Malgoska Szumowska. France-Poland-Germany. 2011. 98mins
  • Formentera

    10-Feb-2012

    Dir: Ann-Kristin Reyels. Germany. 2012. 94mins
  • Bestiaire

    10-Feb-2012

    Dir: Denis Cote. Canada. 2012.  72mins
  • Bestiaire

    25-Jan-2012

    Dir: Denis Cote. Canada. 2012.  72mins
  • Someday This Pain Will Be Useful To You

    29-Nov-2011

    Dir:  Roberto Faenza. Italy-US. 2011.  99mins
  • Babycall

    4-Nov-2011

    Dir/scr: Pal Sletaune. Norway. 2011. 95mins
  • Hotel Lux

    3-Nov-2011

    Dir/scr: Leander Haussmann. Germany-Austria. 2011.  110mins
  • A Few Best Men

    2-Nov-2011

    Dir:  Stephan Elliott.  Australia. 2011.  96mins
  • Alois Nebel

    12-Oct-2011

    Dir:  Tomas Lunak.  Czech Republic. 2011.  84mins
  • Whores’ Glory

    29-Sep-2011

    Dir/scr: Michael Glawogger.  Austria-Germany. 2011.  114mins
  • La-bas

    29-Sep-2011

    Dir/scr: Guido Lombardi.  Italy. 2011.  99mins
  • Texas Killing Fields

    18-Sep-2011

    Dir:  Ami Canaan Mann.  US. 2011. 105mins
  • Monkey Sandwich

    15-Sep-2011

    Dir/scr: Wim Vandekeybus.  Belgium. 2011.  85mins
  • Damsels in Distress

    11-Sep-2011

    Dir/scr: Whit Stillman. US. 2011. 99mins
  • Life Without Principle

    9-Sep-2011

    Dir: Johnnie To. Hong Kong. 2011. 106mins
  • Tormented 3D

    9-Sep-2011

    Dir: Takashi Shimizu. Japan. 2011. 83mins
  • Killer Joe

    8-Sep-2011

     Dir: William Friedkin.  US. 2011. 102mins
  • 4:44 - Last Day on Earth

    8-Sep-2011

     Dir/scr: Abel Ferrara.  US. 2011. 85mins
  • The Moth Diaries

    7-Sep-2011

    Dir/scr: Mary Harron.  Canada-Ireland. 2011. 82mins
  • Himizu

    6-Sep-2011

    Dir: Sion Sono. Japan. 2011. 128mins.
  • Wuthering Heights

    6-Sep-2011

    Dir: Andrea Arnold. UK. 2011. 128mins
  • Terraferma

    4-Sep-2011

    Dir: Emanuele Crialese.  Italy-France. 2011. 93mins
  • Chicken With Plums

    3-Sep-2011

    Dir: Marjane Satrapi & Vincent Paronnaud. France. 2011. 91mins
  • Alps

    3-Sep-2011

    Dir:  Yorgos Lanthimos.  Greece. 2011.  93mins
  • Summer Games

    1-Sep-2011

    Dir:  Rolando Colla. Italy-Switzerland . 2011. 101mins
  • Photographic Memory

    1-Sep-2011

    Dir: Ross McElwee.  US-France. 2011.  87mins
  • The Ides Of March

    31-Aug-2011

    Dir: George Clooney. USA. 2011. 101mins
  • This Must Be The Place

    21-May-2011

     Dir: Paolo Sorrentino. Italy/France/Ireland. 2011. 119mins
  • Melancholia

    18-May-2011

    Dir/scr: Lars Von Trier. Denmark-Sweden-France-Germany. 2011. 135mins
  • Hanezu

    18-May-2011

    Dir/scr: Naomi Kawase. Japan. 2011. 91mins
  • Corpo Celeste

    17-May-2011

    Dir/scr: Alice Rohrwacher. Italy-France. 2011. 98mins
  • Beauty

    17-May-2011

    Dir/scr: Oliver Hermanus. South Africa/France. 2011. 104mins
  • Take Shelter

    16-May-2011

    Dir/scr: Jeff Nichols. US. 2011. 116 mins
  • The Tree Of Life

    16-May-2011

    Dir/scr: Terrence Malick. US. 2011. 138mins
  • Bonsai

    15-May-2011

    Dir: Cristian Jimenez. Chile-France-Argentina-Portugal. 2011. 95mins
  • Goodbye

    15-May-2011

    Dir/scr: Mohammad Rasoulof. Iran. 2011. 104mins
  • Toomelah

    13-May-2011

    Dir/scr: Ivan Sen. Australia. 2011. 106mins
  • Declaration Of War

    13-May-2011

    Dir: Valerie Donzelli. France. 2011. 100mins
  • Hard Labour

    13-May-2011

    Dir/scr: Juliana Rojas, Marco Dutra. Brazil. 2011. 99mins
  • Habemus Papam

    16-Apr-2011

    Dir: Nanni Moretti. Italy-France. 2011. 104 mins
  • Il Gioiellino

    9-Mar-2011

    Dir: Andrea Molaioli. Italy-France. 2011. 105mins
  • The Stool Pigeon

    19-Feb-2011

    Dir: Dante Lam. Hong Kong. 2010. 113mins
  • State Of Violence

    17-Feb-2011

    Dir/Scr: Khalo Matabane. South Africa/France. 2010. 77mins
  • A Mysterious World

    16-Feb-2011

     Dir/scr: Rodrigo Moreno . Argentina-Germany. 2011. 112mins
  • Man At Sea

    16-Feb-2011

    Dir/scr: Constantine Giannaris. Greece. 2011. 93mins
  • Nader And Simin - A Separation

    15-Feb-2011

    Dir/scr: Asghar Farhadi. Iran-France. 2011. 122mins
  • Sekai Good Morning!

    15-Feb-2011

    Dir/scr: Satoru HiroharaJapan. 2010. 81mins
  • Coriolanus

    14-Feb-2011

    Dir: Ralph Fiennes. UK. 2010. 122mins
  • Day Is Done

    14-Feb-2011

    Dir: Thomas Imbach. Switzerland. 2011. 111mins
  • Top Floor Left Wing

    14-Feb-2011

    Dir/scr: Angelo Cianci. France-Luxembourg. 2011. 93mins
  • Pina

    13-Feb-2011

    Dir/scr: Wim Wenders. Germany. 2011. 103mins
  • The Mountain

    13-Feb-2011

    Dir/scr: Oli Giaever. Norway. 2011. 72mins
  • Yelling To The Sky

    12-Feb-2011

    Dir/scr: Victoria Mahoney. US. 2011. 94mins
  • The Salt Of Life 

    12-Feb-2011

    Dir: Gianni Di Gregorio. Italy. 2011. 88mins
  • Absent

    12-Feb-2011

    Dir/scr: Marco Berger. Argentina. 2011. 90mins
  • Familiar Ground

    11-Feb-2011

    Dir/scr: Stephen Lafleur. Canada. 2011. 88mins
  • Whatsoeverly

    1-Feb-2011

    Dir: Giulio Manfredonia. Italy. 2011. 96 mins
  • Arrietty (Kari-gurashi no Arrietty)

    9-Nov-2010

    Dir: Hiromasa Yonebayashi. Japan. 2010. 94mins
  • Kill Me Please

    6-Nov-2010

     Dir: Olias Barco. Belgium. 2010. 92mins
  • A Quiet Life (Una Vita Tranquilla)

    4-Nov-2010

    Dir: Claudio Cupellini. Italy/Germany/France. 2010. 103 mins
  • The Flowers of Kirkuk (Golakani Kirkuk)

    3-Nov-2010

    Dir: Fariborz Kamkari. Italy-Switzerland-Iraq. 2010. 121mins
  • Into Paradiso

    3-Nov-2010

    Dir: Paola Randi. Italy. 2010. 101mins
  • Leila

    2-Nov-2010

    Dir: Audrey Estrougo. France. 2010. 87mins
  • Prey (Proie)

    1-Nov-2010

    Dir: Antoine Blossier. France. 2010. 82mins
  • A Distant Neighbourhood (Quartier Lontain)

    1-Nov-2010

    Dir: Sam Garbarski. Bel-Fr-Lux. 2010. 99mins
  • Road To Nowhere

    17-Sep-2010

    Dir: Monte Hellman. US. 2010. 121mins
  • Lope

    12-Sep-2010

    Dir: Andrucha Waddington. Spain-Brazil. 2010. 109mins
  • The Tempest

    11-Sep-2010

    Dir/scr: Julie Taymor. USA. 2010. 109mins
  • Three (Drei)

    10-Sep-2010

    Dir/scr: Tom Tykwer. Germany. 2010. 119mins
  • The Ditch

    10-Sep-2010

    Dir/scr: Wang Bing. Hong Kong-France-Belgium. 2010. 114mins
  • Barney’s Version

    10-Sep-2010

    Dir: Richard J. Lewis. Canada-Italy. 2010. 134mins
  • 13 Assassins

    9-Sep-2010

    Dir: Takashi Miike. Japan. 2010. 125mins
  • The Solitude of Prime Numbers (La Solitudine dei Numeri Primi)

    9-Sep-2010

    Dir: Saverio Costanzo. Italy-Germany-France. 2010. 118mins
  • The Town

    9-Sep-2010

    Dir: Ben Affleck. USA. 2010. 123mins
  • Noi Credevamo

    7-Sep-2010

    Dir: Mario Martone. Italy-France. 2010. 202mins
  • The Passion Play (La Passione)

    7-Sep-2010

    Dir: Carlo Mazzacurati. Italy. 2010. 105mins
  • I’m Still Here

    6-Sep-2010

    Dir: Casey Affleck. US. 2010. 107mins
  • Beyond (Svinalangorna)

    5-Sep-2010

    Dir: Pernilla August. Sweden/Denmark/Finland. 2010. 94mins
  • Detective Dee and the Mystery of Phantom Flame (Di Renije zhi Tongtian Diguo)

    5-Sep-2010

    Dir: Tsui Hark. China. 2010. 122mins
  • Black Ocean (Noir Ocean)

    5-Sep-2010

    Dir/scr: Marion Hansel. Belgium-France-Germany. 2010. 92mins
  • Silent Souls (Ovsyanki)

    4-Sep-2010

    Dir: Aleksei Fedorchenko. Russia. 2010. 77mins
  • Scorched (Incendies)

    4-Sep-2010

    Dir: Denis Villeneuve. France/Canada. 2010. 131mins
  • Gorbaciof

    3-Sep-2010

    Dir: Stefano Incerti. Italy. 2010. 81mins
  • The Black Sheep (La Pecora Nera)

    3-Sep-2010

    Dir: Ascanio Celestini. Italy. 2010. 96mins
  • Showtime

    2-Sep-2010

    Dir: Stanley Kwan. Hong Kong/China. 2010. 95mins
  • Dark Love (L’Amore Buio)

    2-Sep-2010

    Dir/scr: Antonio Capuano. Italy. 2010. 108mins
  • Legend of the Fist: The Return of Chen Zhen (Jingwu fengyun – Chen Zhen)

    2-Sep-2010

    Dir: Andrew Lau. Hong Kong/China. 2010. 105mins
  • Le Quattro Volte   

    28-May-2010

    Dir-scr: Michelangelo Frammartino.Ital-Ger-Swi. 2010. 86 mins
  • The Autobiography Of Nicolae Ceausescu

    23-May-2010

    Dir:Andrei Ujica. Romania. 2010. 187mins
  • Lights Out (Simon Werner A Disparu)

    21-May-2010

    Dir-scr: Fabrice Gobert. France. 2010. 91mins
  • Stones in Exile

    20-May-2010

    Dir: Stephen Kijak. UK. 2010. 63mins
  • Our Life (La Nostra Vita)

    20-May-2010

    Dir: Daniele Luchetti. Italy-France. 2010. 98mins
  • The Lips (Los Labios)

    19-May-2010

    Dir-scr: Ivan Fund and Santiago Loza. Argentina. 2010. 103mins
  • Poetry

    19-May-2010

    Dir-scr Lee Changdong Korea. 2010. 139mins
  • Certified Copy

    18-May-2010

    Dir-scr Abbas Kiarostami. Fr-Ital. 2010. 106mins
  • Film Socialisme

    18-May-2010

    Dir-scr: Jean-Luc Godard. Swi-Fr. 2010. 101mins
  • The Silent House (La Casa Muda)

    17-May-2010

    Dir: Gustavo Hernandez. Uruguay. 2010. 78mins
  • Inside Job

    16-May-2010

    Dir-scr: Charles Ferguson. US. 2010.109mins
  • A Screaming Man

    16-May-2010

    Dir-scr: Mahamat-Saleh Haroun. France-Belgium-Chad. 2010. 92mins
  • Aurora

    15-May-2010

    Dir-scr: Cristi Puiu. Rom-Fr-Swi-Ger. 2010. 180mins
  • The Housemaid (Hanyo)

    14-May-2010

    Dir-scr: Im Sang-soo. Korea. 2010. 106 mins
  • Chongqing Blues (Rizhao Chongqing)

    13-May-2010

    Dir: Wang Xiaoshuai. China. 2010. 110mins
  • Draquila

    7-May-2010

    Dir-scr:Sabina Guzzanti. Italy. 2010. 93mins
  • Berlinale selection: critical overview

    26-Feb-2010

    The competition struggled to heat up Berlin, but there were gems to be found. Lee Marshall reports
  • Faith (Shahada)

    17-Feb-2010

    Dir: Burhan Qurbani. Germany. 2010. 91mins.
  • What More Do I Want? (Cosa Voglio Di Più?)

    17-Feb-2010

    Dir: Silvio Soldini. Italy-Switzerland. 2010. 126mins.
  • Honey (Bal)

    16-Feb-2010

    Dir/prod: Semih Kaplanoglu. Turkey-Germany. 2010. 103mins.
  • Alamar

    16-Feb-2010

    Dir/scr: Pedro Gonzalez-Rubio. Mexico. 2009. 73mins.
  • True Legend (Su Qi Er)

    15-Feb-2010

    Dir: Yuen Woo-ping. China-US. 2010. 116mins.
  • Echoes of the Rainbow (Shui Yuet Sun Tau)

    15-Feb-2010

    Dir/scr: Alex Law.  Hong Kong. 2009. 112mins.
  • It’s Your Fault (Por Tu Culpa)

    15-Feb-2010

    Dir: Anahi Berneri. Argentina-France. 2010. 91mins.
  • Au Revoir Taipei

    14-Feb-2010

    Dir/scr. Arvin Chen. Taiwan-US-Germany. 2010. 84mins. 
  • Gentlemen Broncos

    14-Feb-2010

    Dir: Jared Hess. US. 2009. 89mins.
  • Loose Cannons (Mine Vaganti)

    14-Feb-2010

    Dir: Ferzan Ozpetek. Italy. 2010. 113mins.
  • Submarino

    13-Feb-2010

    Dir: Thomas Vinterberg. Denmark. 2010. 110mins.
  • My Name Is Khan

    13-Feb-2010

    Dir: Karan Johar. India. 2010. 165mins.
  • For The Good of Others (El Mal Ajeno)

    12-Feb-2010

    Dir: Oskar Santos. Spain. 2010. 102mins.
  • The Oath

    10-Feb-2010

    Dir: Laura Poitras. US. 2010. 96mins.
  • Vengeance

    26-Jan-2010

    Dir: Johnnie To. Hong Kong. 2009. 108 mins.
  • Cairo festival hands main prizes to Letters To Father Jacob and The Hedgehog

    23-Nov-2009

    The main awards at this year’s Cairo International Film Festival, which ran from to November 10-20, were shared by two European fables of spiritual growth and redemption.
  • Cell 211 (Celda 211)

    17-Nov-2009

    Dir: Daniel Monzon. Spain/France. 2009. 114 mins.
  • Brotherhood (Broderskab)

    22-Oct-2009

    Dir: Nicolo Donato. Denmark. 2009. 102 mins.
  • Raise Your Head (Alza la testa)

    22-Oct-2009

    Dir: Alessandro Angelini. Italy. 2009. 87 mins.
  • The Man Who Will Come (L'Uomo che verra)

    22-Oct-2009

    Dir: Giorgio Diritti. Italy. 2009. 116 mins.
  • The Last Station

    21-Oct-2009

    Dir/scr. Michael Hoffman. Germany-Russia. 2009. 111 mins.
  • The Concert (Le Concert)

    20-Oct-2009

    Dir: Radu Mihaileanu. France-Romania-Belgium-Italy. 2009. 123 mins.
  • The Front Line (La Primea Linea)

    19-Oct-2009

    Dir: Renato De Maria. Italy/Belgium. 2009. 100 mins.
  • The Double Hour (La Doppia Ora)

    24-Sep-2009

    Dir: Giuseppe Capotondi. Italy. 2009. 94 mins.
  • A Single Man

    13-Sep-2009

    Dir: Tom Ford. US. 2009. 98 mins.
  • Lola

    12-Sep-2009

    Dir: Brillante Mendoza. Philippines-France. 2009. 110 mins.
  • Life During Wartime

    12-Sep-2009

    Dir/scr. Todd Solondz. USA. 2009. 97mins.
  • Mr Nobody

    12-Sep-2009

    Dir/scr. Jaco van Dormael. Belgium-Canada-France-Germany. 2008. 137 mins.
  • The Hole

    12-Sep-2009

    Dir: Joe Dante. USA. 2009. 91 mins.
  • Soul Kitchen

    10-Sep-2009

    Dir: Fatih Akin. Germany-France-Italy. 2009. 99 mins.
  • Survival Of The Dead

    10-Sep-2009

    Dir/scr George A. Romero. US-Canada. 2009. 88mins.
  • Il Grande Sogno

    10-Sep-2009

    Dir: Michele Placido. Italy-France. 2009. 104 mins.
  • The White Space (Lo Spazio Bianco)

    10-Sep-2009

    Dir: Francesca Comencini. Italy. 2009. 99 mins.
  • Between Two Worlds

    7-Sep-2009

    Dir/scr. Vimukthi Jayasundara. Sri Lanka-France. 2009. 86 mins.
  • Tetsuo The Bullet Man

    6-Sep-2009

    Dir: Shinya Tsukamoto . Japan. 2009. 77 mins.
  • Videocracy

    4-Sep-2009

    Dir/prod: Erik Gandini. Sweden-Denmark. 2009. 85 mins.
  • Baaria

    2-Sep-2009

    Dir/scr. Giuseppe Tornatore. Italy. 2009. 163 mins.
  • Tetro

    2-Jun-2009

    Dir/scr. Francis Ford Coppola. US-Arg-Sp-It. 2009. 127mins.
  • The Silent Army

    24-May-2009

    Dir/scr Jean van de Velde. The Netherlands. 2008. 92mins.
  • Map Of The Sounds Of Tokyo

    24-May-2009

    Dir/scr Isabel Coixet. Spain. 2009. 106 mins
  • Karaoke

    22-May-2009

    Dir: Chris Chong Chan Fui. Malaysia. 2009. 74mins.
  • The Wind Journeys (Los Viajes Del Viento)

    22-May-2009

    Dir/scr. Ciro Guerra. Colombia-Germany-Holland-Argentina. 2009. 120mins.
  • Nymph

    21-May-2009

    Dir/scr: Pen-ek Ratanaruang. Thailand. 2009. 109mins.
  • The Little One (La Pivellina)

    20-May-2009

    Dir: Tizza Covi & Rainer Frimmel. Austria-Italy. 2009. 100mins.
  • Vincere

    18-May-2009

    Dir: Marco Bellocchio. Italy-France. 2008. 128 mins.
  • Like You Know It All (Jal Aljido Mot Hamyeonsuh)

    16-May-2009

    Dir/scr/prod. Hong Sang-soo. South Korea. 2009. 140mins.
  • Thorn In The Heart (L’Epine Dans Le Coeur)

    16-May-2009

    Dir/prod: Michel Gondry. France. 2009. 86mins.
  • My Neighbor, My Killer

    15-May-2009

    Dir/prod: Anne Aghion. UK/US. 2009. 81 mins.
  • Reviews - Berlinale Special - Empire of Silver (Baiyin Diguo)

    13-Mar-2009

    The banks were no better in 1899 China...
  • La Rabia

    19-Feb-2009

    Dir/scr Albertina Carri. Argentina. 2008. 83 mins.
  • Eden is West

    14-Feb-2009

    Dir: Costa-Gavras. France/Italy/Greece. 2009. 111 mins.
  • Deutschland 09

    13-Feb-2009

    Dir: various (see below). Germany. 2009. 154mins.
  • The Milk Of Sorrow (La Teta Asustada)

    12-Feb-2009

    Dir: Claudia Llosa. Spain-Peru. 2009. 95mins.
  • An Englishman In New York

    11-Feb-2009

    Dir: Richard Laxton. UK-US. 2009. 74mins.
  • Claustrophobia

    10-Feb-2009

    Dir/scr: Ivy Ho. Hong Kong. 2008. 100mins.
  • The Inheritors (Los Herederos)

    10-Feb-2009

    Dir: Eugenio Polgovsky. Mexico. 2009. 90mins.
  • Pardon My French (Un Chat Un Chat)

    10-Feb-2009

    Dir/scr: Sophie Fillieres. France. 2009. 105mins.
  • The Private Lives Of Pippa Lee

    9-Feb-2009

    Dir/scr: Rebecca Miller. US. 2009. 96mins.
  • Burrowing (Man Tanker Sitt)

    9-Feb-2009

    Dir/scr: Henrik Hellstrom, Fredrik Wenzel. Sweden. 2009. 77mins.
  • Brendan And The Secret Of Kells

    9-Feb-2009

    Dir: Tomm Moore. Ireland-France-Belgium. 2008. 78mins.
  • Rage

    8-Feb-2009

    Dir/scr: Sally Potter. UK-US. 2009. 94mins.
  • John Rabe

    7-Feb-2009

    Dir/scr: Florian Gallenberger. Germany-France-China. 2009. 134mins.
  • About Elly (Darbareye Elly)

    7-Feb-2009

    Dir/scr: Asghar Farhadi.Iran. 2009. 119mins.
  • Ricky

    6-Feb-2009

    Dir: Francois Ozon. Fr-It. 2009. 90mins.
  • Berlin Buzz: the key films

    30-Jan-2009

    It may be as much a question of lucky timing as one of programming genius, but at first glance the competition line-up of the 59th Berlinale, which was finalised this week, makes for an appetising buffet.
  • As God Commands (Come Dio Commanda)

    5-Jan-2009

    Dir: Gabriele Salvatores. Italy. 2008. 103mins.
  • Troubled Water

    28-Oct-2008

    Dir: Erik Poppe. Norway-Sweden. 2008. 90 mins.
  • When A Man Comes Home (En Mand Kommer Hjem)

    28-Oct-2008

    Dir. Thomas Vinterberg. Denmark-Sweden. 2007. 96mins.
  • The Past Is A Foreign Land (Il passato è una terra straniera)

    27-Oct-2008

    Dir: Daniele Vicari. Italy. 2008. 120 mins.
  • Opium War

    27-Oct-2008

    Dir/scr Siddiq Barmak. Afghanistan-Japan-Korea-France. 2008. 92 mins.
  • The Man Who Loves (Uomo che ama, L')

    27-Oct-2008

    Dir: Maria Sole Tognazzi. Italy. 2008. 97 mins.
  • Dream (Bi Mong)

    29-Sep-2008

    Dir: Kim Ki-duk. Korea-Japan. 2008. 93mins.
  • Empty Nest (El Nido Vacio)

    29-Sep-2008

    Dir: Daniel Burman. Argentina-Spain-France-Italy. 2008. 90mins.
  • Camino

    25-Sep-2008

    Dir/scr: Javier Fesser. Spain. 2008. 142 mins.
  • Louise-Michel

    24-Sep-2008

    Dirs: Benoit Delepine & Gustave Kervern. France. 2008. 95mins.
  • Bullet In The Head (Tiro En La Cabeza)

    23-Sep-2008

    Dir/scr: Jaime Rosales. Spain-France. 2008. 85mins.
  • My Prison Yard (El Patio De Mi Carcel)

    22-Sep-2008

    Dir: Belen Macias. Spain. 2008. 95 mins.
  • La Belle Personne

    22-Sep-2008

    Dir: Christophe Honore. France. 2008. 98mins.
  • The critical view: reading classics

    19-Sep-2008

    To mark its 75th anniversary, the British Film Institute asked 75 key figures 'from the world of film and current affairs' to choose the one film they would most like to share with future generations.
  • Venice: A critical preview

    16-Sep-2008

    The 2008 Venice line-up looks like one of the riskiest major festival selections in recent memory.
  • Mid-August Lunch (Pranzo di Ferragosto)

    11-Sep-2008

    Dir: Gianni Di Gregorio. Italy. 2008. 73mins.
  • Tonight (Nuit de Chien)

    10-Sep-2008

    Dir: Werner Schroeter. France/Germany/Portugal. 2008. 121 mins.
  • Queens Of Langkasuka (Puen-Yai-Jom-Sa-Lad)

    5-Sep-2008

    Dir: Nonzee Nimibutr. Thailand. 2008. 133mins.
  • Il Seme Della Discordia

    5-Sep-2008

    Dir: Pappi Corsicato. Italy. 2008. 84mins.
  • Inland (Gabbla)

    4-Sep-2008

    Dir: Tariq Teguia. Algeria-France. 2008. 145mins.
  • The Sky Crawlers

    3-Sep-2008

    Dir: Mamoru Oshii. Japan. 2008. 122mins.
  • Machan

    3-Sep-2008

    Dir: Uberto Pasolini. UK-Italy-Germany-Sri Lanka. 2008. 114mins.
  • Milk (Sut)

    2-Sep-2008

    Dir: Semih Kaplanoglu. Turkey-France-Germany. 2008. 111mins.
  • Birdwatchers

    2-Sep-2008

    Dir: Marco Bechis. Italy-Brazil. 2008. 103mins.
  • Goodbye Solo

    1-Sep-2008

    Dir: Ramin Bahrani. US. 2008. 91mins.
  • Plastic City (Dangkou)

    1-Sep-2008

    Dir: Yu Lik-wai. Brazil-China-Japan. 2008. 118mins.
  • L'Autre

    1-Sep-2008

    Dirs: Patrick Mario Bernard, Pierre Trividic. France. 2008. 97mins.
  • Kabuli Kid

    1-Sep-2008

    Dir: Barmak Akram. France-Afghanistan. 2008. 95mins.
  • The Burning Plain

    29-Aug-2008

    Dir: Guillermo Arriaga. USA. 2008. 105 mins.
  • Cold Lunch (Lonsj)

    29-Aug-2008

    Dir: Eva Sorhaug. Norway. 2008. 86mins.
  • Critical comment: Literary adaptations

    29-Aug-2008

    Cinema is the most confident and insecure of art forms. When it's on home ground, it's a strutting gang leader, but as soon as it meets one of the old bosses - literature, say, or theatre - it lies down and plays the doormat. And literature and theatre, for their part, seem quite happy with this show of servility.
  • Valentino: The Last Emperor

    28-Aug-2008

    Dir: Matt Tyrnauer. US. 2008. 97mins.
  • Broken Lines (2007)

    28-Aug-2008

    Dir: Sallie Aprahamian. UK. 2008. 113mins.
  • Burn After Reading

    27-Aug-2008

    Dirs/scr: Joel Coen, Ethan Coen. US. 2008. 95mins.
  • The critical view - Minority report

    15-Aug-2008

    Can I say The Dark Knight is, in my opinion, not a very good film' I am puzzled and perturbed by the overwhelmingly positive critical response the film has attracted from fellow critics, especially in the US.
  • The critical view: On the money

    11-Jul-2008

    Critics rarely give much thought to the money side of the film industry. In fact, if I miss a film's national press preview or international festival debut, my desire to see it later, alongside a paying public, is generally in inverse proportion to its box-office success.
  • Eldorado

    2-Jul-2008

    Dir/scr. Bouli Lanners. Belgium/France. 2008. 86 mins.
  • Il Divo

    23-May-2008

    Dir/scr: Paolo Sorrentino. Italy-France. 2008. 117mins.
  • The Stranger In Me (Das Fremde In Mir)

    22-May-2008

    Dir: Emily Atef. Germany. 2008. 99mins.
  • The Pleasure Of Being Robbed

    22-May-2008

    Dir: Josh Safdie. US. 2008. 68mins.
  • Private Lessons (Eleve Libre)

    21-May-2008

    Dir: Joachim Lafosse. Belgium-France. 2008. 105mins.
  • The Rest Of The Night (Il Resto Della Notte)

    21-May-2008

    Dir/scr: Francesco Munzi. Italy. 2008. 103mins.
  • The Headless Woman (La Mujer Sin Cabeza)

    21-May-2008

    Dir/scr: Lucrecia Martel. Argentina-Spain-France-Italy. 2008. 87mins.
  • Ashes Of Time Redux

    20-May-2008

    Dir: Wong Kar-wai. Hong Kong. 1994/2008. 93mins.
  • Cloud 9 (Wolke 9)

    18-May-2008

    Dir. Andreas Dresen.Germany. 2008. 95 mins.
  • Blind Loves (Slepe Lasky)

    18-May-2008

    Dir: Juraj Lehotsky.Slovakia. 2008. 76mins.
  • Gomorrah (Gomorra)

    18-May-2008

    Dir: Matteo Garrone.Italy. 2008. 135mins.
  • Salt Of This Sea (Milh Hadha Al-Bahr)

    18-May-2008

    Dir/scr. Annemarie Jacir. France-Palestine-Switz-Belgium-USA-UK-Neth-Spain. 2008. 89mins.
  • Tokyo!

    16-May-2008

    Dirs: Michel Gondry, Leos Carax, Bong Joon-ho. France-Japan-Korea-Germany. 2008. 110mins.
  • The critical view - Is niche cinema losing its hold on audiences'

    9-May-2008

    Every so often we are told that audiences are ripe for a 'return to genre'. This is not just academic; genre-oriented production companies, such as Filmax in Spain, NoShame in Italy or Sahamongkol in Thailand, have money riding on our appetite for contemporary Euro-horror, hard-boiled Milanese crime classics or Muay Thai martial-arts kickfests.
  • An Empress And The Warriors

    2-May-2008

    Dir. Tony Ching. Hong Kong/China. 2008. 93 mins.
  • L: Change The World

    2-May-2008

    Dir: Hideo Nakata. Japan . 2008. 130 mins.
  • The Guard Post

    2-May-2008

    Dir. Kong Su-chang. South Korea . 2008. 122 mins.
  • The critical view: the art of the film ending

    25-Apr-2008

    Those of you who have been living in a forest hut for the last year and haven't got around to seeing the Coen brothers' No Country For Old Men should stop reading here.
  • The Chicken, The Fish And The King Crab ((El Pollo, El Pez Y El Cangrejo Real))

    15-Apr-2008

    Dir: Jose Luis Lopez-Linares. Spain. 2008. 87mins.
  • Critical Mass: Lee Marshall looks at disappearing critics

    11-Apr-2008

    The trend is undeniable: US newspapers and weekly magazines have shed around 30 film critics over the last two years, either by sacking them outright or by forcing them into early retirement. Some - such as veteran David Ansen at Newsweek - are likely to be replaced; but many more, especially on regional papers, will not.
  • Critical opinion: The industry should take a fresh look at film theory

    28-Mar-2008

    To many ordinary film-goers, film critics are like sexologists: they spoil an enjoyable activity by talking about it too much. Film critics and sexologists argue their job is to help people enjoy that activity more - by realising what they're doing wrong and avoiding the positions that don't work or might annoy your partner.
  • The critical view - Riding microtrends

    29-Feb-2008

    Mark J Penn is the polling analyst famous for helping Bill Clinton to re-election in 1996 by identifying 'soccer moms' - busy, smart suburban women - as a crucial, overlooked sector of the electorate.
  • Before The Fall (3 Dias)

    19-Feb-2008

    Dir: Francisco Javier Gutierrez. Spain 2008. 93 mins.
  • Katyn

    19-Feb-2008

    Dir: Andrzej Wajda. Poland 2008. 122 mins.
  • Critical Mass- Best of the fests

    15-Feb-2008

    Halfway through what is likely to be viewed as a non-vintage, drink-as-soon-as-possible Berlinale, I've been pondering the question of how to rate a film festival in critical terms.
  • Another Love Story (Mare, Nossa Historia de Amor)

    14-Feb-2008

    Dir: Lucia Murat. Brazil/France/Uruguay. 2008. 105 mins.'It's the West Side Story of the Brazilian favelas'. Indeed - but for all the energy, goodwill and rhythmic drive of this colourful teen musical, what sounds great on the poster is less convincing on the screen. Though some of the dance sequences are terrific, the familiar Romeo-and-Juliet gang-warfare story that glues them together would have benefited from a good script editor, and the film drags too often when ...
  • Sonetaula (2007)

    13-Feb-2008

    Dir: Dir. Salvatore Mereu. Italy/France/Belgium.2008. mins Sonetaula, Sicilian director Salvatore Mereu's remarkable second feature, follows, in measured scenes of great formal beauty, a young Sardinian man's tragic arc from his adolescence in the late 1930s as a mountain shepherd to his life on the run ...
  • The Path (El Camino)

    13-Feb-2008

    Dir: Ishtar Yasin Gutierrez. Costa Rica/Nicaragua/France. 2008. 91 mins. The road trip of two desperately poor Nicaraguan kids in search of their absent mother becomes an other-worldly journey with echoes of The Night Of The Hunter in Costa Rican director Ishtar Yasin's impressive debut, which screened in the Forum. Two astonishingly believable and watchable child ...
  • Sparrow (Man Jeuk)

    12-Feb-2008

    Dir: Johnnie To. Hong Kong. 2008. 87 mins.The spirit of Jacques Demy lives on in Hong Kong in prolific genre auteur Johnnie To's latest offering. Some of the scenes in this gentle romantic pickpocketing yarn are pure cinematic pleasure, but in the end the plot and the characters are too thin to turn a series of delightfully stylised setpieces into a fully satisfying film.On one level, Sparrow is a paean to Hong Kong, whose colourful urban ...
  • Cafe De Los Maestros

    11-Feb-2008

    Dir: Miguel Kohan. Argentina/USA/Brazil. 2008. 92 mins.You can imagine the pitch: 'It's the Buena Vista Social Club of tango'. (Old-school tango, that is - before Nuevo Tango genius Astor Piazzola began to take the music in a more radical direction). And it really is: there's the gathering of the old maestros, the reminiscences, the archive footage of how things used to be, the rehearsal, and the final concert in a prestigious venue - which is, naturally, a ...
  • Somers Town

    11-Feb-2008

    Dir: Shane Meadows. UK. 2008. 75 mins.
  • Elegy

    10-Feb-2008

    Dir: Isabel Coixet. US. 2008. 108 mins.
  • Lake Tahoe

    9-Feb-2008

    Dir: Fernando Eimbcke. Mexico. 2008. 81 mins .
  • Black Ice (Musta Jaa)

    9-Feb-2008

    Dir: Petri Kotwica. Finland/Germany. 2008. 100 mins.Petri Kotwica’s darkly inventive second film,Black Ice, tries to be at one and the same time a Hitchcockian thriller, a horror version of a Feydeau farce, and an intense marriage drama of love, betrayal and jealousy in the tradition of Ingmar Bergman.Although this does sound like an indigestible cocktail, ...
  • CSNY: Deja Vu

    8-Feb-2008

    Dir: Bernard Shakey. US. 2008. 97 mins.'The huddled sixtysomethings look like they're comparing prescriptions on stage' wrote one uncharitable US music critic of Crosby , Stills, Nash and Young's 2006 'Freedom of Speech' tour, which stirred controversy with its outspoken anti-Iraq-war stance. Unless you're a diehard fan it's difficult not to see the reviewer's point - in comparison with the ...
  • Quiet Chaos (Caos Calmo)

    8-Feb-2008

    Dir: Antonello Grimaldi. Italy. 2008. 110 mins.'Write about what you know' goes the old dictum - so contemporary Italian scripters mostly write about city-dwelling, media-savvy middle-class people like themselves. But at least in Quiet Chaos our hero, TV executive Pietro Paladini, is doing something more original than having a mid-life relationship crisis (Saturno Contro) or exorcising a childhood trauma (The Beast In The Heart). After his wife's sudden ...
  • Shine A Light

    7-Feb-2008

    Dir: Martin Scorsese. US. 2008. 123 mins.
  • Berlin - the critic's preview

    1-Feb-2008

    The final Competition line-up of the 58th Berlinale confirms the German festival's preference for indie kudos over commercial clout and star power.
  • Critical mass- Foreign affairs

    18-Jan-2008

    The US film industry desperately needs the rest of the world. International takings now account for around half of the theatrical revenue of the US majors, and substantially more for most US indie producers or studio specialty divisions. As United Artists CEO Paula Wagner told Mipcom delegates last October, the once all-important North American market 'has become just a territory' in Hollywood's new business plan.
  • Critical Mass- the art of the film trailers

    4-Jan-2008

    Trailers have received scant attention from film critics; Lisa Kernan's peppy 2004 history of the genre, Coming Attractions, is one of the rare exceptions.
  • Those Three (An Seh)

    2-Jan-2008

    Dir/Scr: Naghi Nemati. Iran, 2007. 77mins.Naghi Nemati's assured, poetic debut proves that the Iranian talent factory is still up and running. Playing in Dubai after its Locarno festival bow and Toronto slot, this austerely-shot existential odyssey about three soldiers lost in a snowy wasteland seems tailor-made to illustrate Fellini's claim that 'cinema uses the language of dreams'. Those Three tests its audience's resilience, but the payoff for patience ...
  • Recycle (Ee'adat Khalk)

    21-Dec-2007

    Dir/Scr: Mahmoud al-Massad. Jordan/Netherlands/USA/Germany 2007. 80mins.Recycle, a portrait of a disillusioned former mujahideen fighter who makes a living collecting scrap cardboard in Zarqa, his Jordanian hometown, is one of those subtle, taciturn, underplayed documentaries that forces its audience to work at teasing out meanings. It's Errol Morris, in other words, rather than Michael Moore.
  • Loins of Punjab Presents

    21-Dec-2007

    Dir: Manish Acharya India/USA 2007. 88mins.A mostly hilarious screwball comedy set around a New York talent contest for expat Indians - or 'desis' - Loins of Punjab Presents has an infectious energy that makes up for the occasional lapse into self-indulgent cliche. With its wacky ensemble cast and its affectionately satirical mood it feels a little like an Indian version of a Christopher Guest mockumentary.
  • Captain Abu Raed

    17-Dec-2007

    Dir/Scr: Amin Matalqa. Jordan/USA 2007. 109mins.Only a handful of full-length films have come out of Jordan in the fifty years since the country's first feature, Struggle in Jarash. This makes Captain Abu Raed's commercial poise and polish all the more remarkable: a moving dramatic fable about an elderly airport janitor's relationship with a bunch of Amman street kids, Amin Matalqa's film has the potential to be the Middle East breakout title of ...
  • Whatever Lola Wants

    17-Dec-2007

    Dir: Nabil Ayouch, France/Canada. 2007. 110 mins.French-produced, set between New York and Cairo, scored by an Indian-born French composer and directed by a Moroccan, Whatever Lola Wants practices the same enlightened multiculturalism that it so passionately preaches. But although Nabil Ayouch's mid-budget third feature has its heart in the right place, and builds some emotional heft, this yarn about a US postwoman's quest to become a top Egyptian belly-dancer is ...
  • Dubai's top Muhr award goes to Lebanese drama Under the Bombs

    16-Dec-2007

    Lebanese cine-verite drama Under the Bombs, and Soneaa Fi Masr (Made in Egypt), French director Karim Goury's first-person story of his search for his Egyptian biological father, picked up the Muhr Gold awards for best narrative feature and best documentary at this year's Dubai International Film Festival, which ran from 9 to 16 December.
  • George Clooney opens Dubai International Film Festival

    10-Dec-2007

    The fourth edition of the Dubai International Film Festival, which showcases 141 films from 52 countries, kicked off with a glamorous gala presentation of legal thriller Michael Clayton.
  • Glory days for Middle East

    7-Dec-2007

    One of the unexpected consequences of the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001 has been the resurgence of Middle Eastern and North African cinema.
  • Production - Festival focus - Dubai fest bids for star status

    7-Dec-2007

    Now in its fourth year, the Dubai International Film Festival (Diff) has become a focal point for the Persian Gulf's growing interest in the film industry as an economic, cultural and PR platform.
  • And The Spring Comes (Li Chun)

    7-Nov-2007

    Dir: Gu Changwei. China. 2007. 105mins.Former cinematographer Gu Changwei's follow-up to the well-received
  • Days and Clouds (Giorni e Nuvole)

    31-Oct-2007

    Dir: Silvio Soldini Italy/Switzerland 2007. 115 mins.The strongest of the five Italian films that received their national premieres at the Rome Film Fest, Days and Clouds (which also played in Toronto and London) is a fine piece of emotional eye-on-the-object filmmaking from homegrown auteur Silvio Soldini and regular screenplay sidekick Doriana Leondeff, supported on the writing side by Francesco Piccolo and Federica Pontremoli. Coming ...
  • Noise

    29-Oct-2007

    Dir/scr: Henry Bean. US. 2007. 91 mins .Noise has an intriguing idea at its core: it centres on a New York resident who begins a one-man guerilla campaign against urban noise pollution. But having hooked us with the tagline, director Henry Bean never seems to be sure quite where to run with it. The film shifts uncertainly from quirky black humour and political satire to serious emotional drama and back again, ending up as a sort of anarchist, local-scale ...
  • Let's Say (On Dirait Que)

    23-Oct-2007

    Dir: Francoise Marie, France 2007. 82 mins.A touching, telling documentary about older children's perspectives on the world of grown-ups, Let's Pretend That... has the potential to rival the success of Etre et Avoir (To Be and To Have) - Nicolas Phillibert's widely distributed study of a primary school class in rural France, which was one of the box-office dark horses of 2002/3. The premise is simple: director Francoise Marie took seven groups ...
  • Second Wind (Le Deuxieme Souffle)

    21-Oct-2007

    Dir: Alain Corneau. France 2007. 148 mins. Second Wind is an ultra-stylised, garishly-tinted retro genre exercise that rambles on for two and a half hours without ever answering the question of why we need another version of Jose Giovanni's gritty novel about honour among thieves, which was inspired by the late author's own criminal career and stint in jail.
  • August Rush

    21-Oct-2007

    Dir: Kirsten Sheridan. US/Korea 2007. 111mins.
  • Critical Mass with Lee Marshall -Past perfect

    19-Oct-2007

    There's a film that's been building in my mind ever since I saw it, to the point where I've started to think it might just be the future of cinema. It's En La Ciudad De Sylvia by Jose Luis Guerin, a Spanish director who every five years or so makes a small, personal feature that almost nobody sees (apparently he doesn't even like distributing them; he prefers to show them to friends).
  • Critical Mass: What happened to the 90-minute film'

    10-Oct-2007

    Whatever happened to the 90-minute film' You only have to look at the top prizes at Venice this year to realise this classic running time is no longer the norm.
  • Echo

    8-Oct-2007

    Denmark/Germany/Sweden 2007. 84 mins.
  • Soul Carriage

    5-Oct-2007

    Dir: Conrad Clark. UK/China 2007. 82 mins.A surprise winner of the Altadis new directors' award at the San Sebastian film festival, Conrad Clark's Soul Carriage is original in two important ways. Firstly because the 28-year-old British director's debut film is entirely set in south-eastern China , with Chinese actors and dialogue. Secondly because Clark, an anthropology graduate, appears ...
  • Shadows in the Palace (Goong Nyeo)

    1-Oct-2007

    Dir: Kim Mi-jung. South Korea 2007. 111 mins.To get a handle on Kim Mi-jung's impressive debut, imagine The Name of the Rose set it in a Korean royal court of the Joseon dynasty. The big difference, apart from the cultural transposition, is that this historical murder mystery takes place in a closed, secretive, hierachical society of women, rather than men: fitting for one of the first Korean films to boast a female director, producer, and executive producer. ...
  • Flawless

    1-Oct-2007

    Dir: Michael Radford. UK/Luxembourg 2007. 105 mins.A diamond heist thriller set in pre-swinging London circa 1960, Flawless is polished but hollow. It's not just the setting that is retro: the story itself feels a little old-fashioned, like The Day they Robbed the Bank of England or Rififi with fewer accomplices and a large dose of political correctness in the denouement. For a heist movie, Flawless takes ...
  • Encarnacion

    26-Sep-2007

    Dir: Anahi Berneri. Argentina 2007. 96 mins.A subtle character study of a once-famous TV actress who is past her sell-by date, Encarnacion confirms Anahi Berneri as one of the most promising of Argentina 's new wave of directors, after her well-received AIDS-themed debut A Year Without Love (2005). Though the film struggles to fill out its feature-length running time (it would have been perfect at around 70 minutes), ...
  • La Maison

    26-Sep-2007

    Dir: Manuel Poirier. France 2007. 96 mins.French director Manuel Poirier delivers his most convincing feature since the bittersweet 1997 road-movie Western with La Maison, an emotionally delicate romantic comedy that once again features Poirier regular Sergi Lopez in the lead role. A rural house that's up for sale becomes a go-between in a romantic tryst, but also turns into a metaphor for the way the past can act as a ball and chain. It's not a particularly ...
  • Mataharis

    26-Sep-2007

    Dir: Icair Bollain. Spain 2007. 94 mins.A bittersweet tale of frustrated lives and loves centring on three female private investigators, Mataharis is a decently plotted but decidedly tame follow-up to Icair Bollain's previous film, the convincing 2003 wife-abuse drama Take My Eyes. A leading Spanish actress, Bollain was inspired to step behind the camera after being directed by Ken Loach in Land and Freedom; but while Mataharis shows ...
  • Earth

    25-Sep-2007

    Dir: Alastair Fothergill/Mark Linfield. UK/Germany 2007. 98 mins.Probably the most ambitious nature documentary ever produced, Earth is a feature-length condensation of the eleven-part BBC series Planet Earth, broadcast in the UK in 2006 and on Discovery Channel in the US in spring 2007. Better than a trip to the zoo, and a lot less pungent, Earth is like an updated, people-free version ...
  • Foul Gesture (Tnuah Meguna)

    24-Sep-2007

    Dir: Tzahi Grad. Israel 2006. 96 mins.A satirical social comedy turns into a terrific, slow-burn revenge drama in Israeli actor Tzahi Grad's second directorial outing. Though the rough, low-budget production values will put off mainstream distributors, arthouse and genre specialists should take a look at this title, whose strong script and bravura performances - especially from Gal Zaid as the small guy who decides to stand up to the big boss - more than make up ...
  • Lou Reed's Berlin

    19-Sep-2007

    Dir. Julian Schnabel. USA 2007. 83 mins.
  • Don't Think About It (Non Pensarci)

    13-Sep-2007

    Dir: Gianni Zanasi Italy 2007. 108 mins.The real surprise of the 2007 Venice Days sidebar on the Lido , Don't Think About It is that rarest of things: an exportable Italian comedy that features neither Roberto Benigni nor Nanni Moretti. Directed with an admirable lightness of touch by Gianni Zanasi (who was in the main Venice competition in 1999 with the ...
  • Festival review: Venice

    13-Sep-2007

    Critical wrapMarco Mueller may have been pipped to the post by a fictitious candidate, L.K. Ching, in an informal poll of (mostly Italian) festivalgoersorganised outside Venice's Casino to choose the next festival director(it was 603 for Ching, 601 for Muller). But most international festivalhabitues agreed that Mueller had come up with a strong 2007 line-up,despite growing pressure ...
  • The Sweet and the Bitter (Il Dolce e l'Amaro)

    12-Sep-2007

    Dir: Andrea Porporati Italy 2007. 99 mins.The Italian Mafia film comes of age with The Sweet and the Bitter, a Sicilian Goodfellas that offers a refreshingly unheroic, sometimes darkly comic take on the grubby reality behind the rituals and myths of Cosa Nostra. Like another recent title, Stefano Incerti's L'Uomo di Vetro, the film explores the Mafia from the inside, through the story of a young and intitally enthusiastic footsoldier of the ...
  • Exodus

    12-Sep-2007

    Dir: Penny Woolcock UK 2007. 110 mins.As much community project as feature film, Exodus transplants the Biblical story of Moses and the children of Israel to the depressed British seaside resort of Margate, in a dystopian future where racist politicians hold sway and asylum seekers are fenced inside a refugee ghetto that was once a funfair.
  • Nightwatching

    12-Sep-2007

    Dir: Peter Greenaway, Netherlands-Canada-Poland-UK. 140mins.Peter Greenaway takes The Night Watch - arguably Rembrandt's most famous painting, and certainly his most earnestly discussed and interpreted work - as the basis for a rambling, theatrical, frequently didactic study of a turning point in the Dutch painter's life. By turns both murder mystery, biopic and art-historical tract, Nightwatching is the British director's ...
  • Chaos (Heya fawda)

    11-Sep-2007

    Dir: Youssef Chahine France/Egypt 2007. 122 minsVeteran Egyptian director Youssef Chahine serves ...
  • Blood Brothers (Tian Tang Kou)

    11-Sep-2007

    Dir: Alexi Tan, Taiwan/China/Hong Kong, 2007. 95minsThe closing film at the Venice film festival, Blood Brothers is a dark gangster fable set in 1930s Shanghai - and a stylish but hollow debut for John Woo protege Alexi Tan. For all the film's lush cinematography, spot-on period detail and all-star Asian cast, there's a feeling of deja vu about this story of three young provincial lads - two of them brothers, the third a close friend - whose all-for-one relationship ...
  • 12 (Razgnevannyh Muzhchin)

    11-Sep-2007

    Dir: Nikita Mikhalkov Russia 2007. 158 mins.Russian maestro Nikita Mikhalkov proves that Sidney Lumet's classic jury drama 12 Angry Men can work in another time and another place in this tasty adaptation, which is tough and passionate enough to survive the occasional lapse into Slavic sentimentality. It's hard to believe that this assured work was shot as a way of keeping cast and crew busy during a long unscheduled break in the production of Burnt by ...
  • Critical Mass - the sci fi and Westerns debate

    7-Sep-2007

    Sci-fi films are as 'dead as Westerns', according to Ridley Scott. He recently informed us of the future genre's demise while in Venice to present the 'definitive' director's cut of Blade Runner, which he began working on in 2000. One senses a certain desire for closure.
  • The Secret Of The Grain (La Graine Et Le Mulet)

    6-Sep-2007

    Dir/Scr: Abdellatif Kechiche , France , 2007, 153mins.A cine-verite tour-de-force, Abdellatif Kechiche's follow-up to the award- winning L'Esquive loads an apparently slight story set against the background of France 's first-and-second generation Maghrebi immigrant communities with surprising dramatic weight. There's even less story and even more of the director's trademark keep-the-cameras-rolling improv ...
  • The Hunting Party

    5-Sep-2007

    Dir: Richard Shepard USA 2007. 100mins A textbook study in the dangers of trying to have one's cake and eat it, The Hunting Party mixes earnest sentimentality and black comedy in an unlikely yarn about the search for a Bosnian Serb war criminal by a maverick TV news crew. On one level, the film clearly wants to be a committed drama based on the well-documented mix of inertia and behind-the-scenes political manoeuvring that has allowed major war criminals ...
  • Far North

    5-Sep-2007

    Dir: Asif Kapadia France/UK. 89 mins.With this dark tale of a supernaturally-tinged love triangle dark set in the frozen wastes of the Arctic Circle, Asif Kapadia returns to the myth-rooted dreamscape of his 2001 debut, The Warrior, after an uninspiring studio hiatus (Rogue/Focus Features' horror-flop The Return). But as a story, it's far less potent. Kapadia and co-scriptwriter Tim Miller spend too much time giving the plot a timeless, folk-tale resonance, ...
  • I'm Not There

    5-Sep-2007

    Dir: Todd Haynes USA 2007. 135 mins.
  • The Darjeeling Limited

    3-Sep-2007

    Dir: Wes Anderson USA 2007. 91 mins.
  • Fallen Heroes (Nessuna qualità agli eroi)

    3-Sep-2007

    Dir: Paolo Franchi It/Switz. 2007. 100 mins.Paolo Franchi is the true heir to Antonioni among the current crop of young Italian directors: he's fascinated by passive, blocked, brooding characters, by emotions that can hardly be translated into images, let alone words. And like the films of the late lamented Ferrarese maestro, both Franchi's promising debut La Spettatrice and his current Venice competition entry feel like ongoing thought processes rather than ...
  • The Assassination Of Jesse James By The Coward Robert Ford

    3-Sep-2007

    Dir: Andrew Dominik. USA 2007. 159 mins.
  • The Darjeeling Limited

    3-Sep-2007

    Dir: Wes Anderson USA 2007. 91 mins.
  • Sleuth

    31-Aug-2007

    Dir: Kenneth Branagh, UK/USA 2007. 89 mins .Sleuth has a lot going for it: a script by Harold Pinter; Michael Caine and Jude Law in the lead roles (the only roles, in fact); Kenneth Branagh directing. It's also one of those films that comes laden with historical baggage, at least for older viewers: it's based on Anthony Shaffer's1970 play, which Joseph Mankiewicz later made into a film starring Laurence Olivier and (in a neat, media-friendly twist) Michael Caine, who ...
  • Critical opinion: oeuvre and out

    9-Aug-2007

    The financial backing that allowed Antonioni and Bergman to create such distinctive bodies of work is absent for today's young, says Lee Marshall
  • Editorial opinion: rise of the machines

    9-Aug-2007

    The increasing use of CG and green screen shows it ain't what you've got, but how you use it, says Lee Marshall.
  • Editorial opinion: chasing the tale

    6-Jul-2007

    Story doesn't get the credit it deserves in most contemporary discussions of cinema. Or, come to it, in the industry's own categories of merit.
  • Kings

    27-Jun-2007

    Dir: Tom Collins. Ire-UK. 91mins.A melancholy drama of Irish displacement, Kings has 'based on a stage play' written all over it. Not only in a negative sense: this study of the unfulfilled hopes, dreams and promises of five friends who moved to London from the west of Ireland years before is a subtle male-bonding drama with some punchy dialogue, and strong performances from a mostly Gaelic-speaking cast headed by Colm Meaney.
  • Kremen

    27-Jun-2007

    Dir: Aleksei Mizgiryov. Russ. 2007. 83mins.Perhaps the Taormina festival catalogue errs a little on the side of enthusiasm in comparing Aleksei Mizgiryov's debut feature Kremen to Taxi Driver. But there is something in the claim: like Scorsese's classic, this is a tale of a disturbed, asocial innocent with a rigid moral code who takes on a corrupt metropolis and, in his own way, wins. Though over-stylised at times, Kremen sticks in the mind ...
  • Man Of Glass (Uomo Di Vetro)

    23-Jun-2007

    Dir: Stefano Incerti. It. 2007. 96mins.A worthy addition to the modern canon of Italian mafia films, Man Of Glass tells the true story of Leonardo Vitale, the first Sicilian mafioso to turn state's evidence and reveal the inner workings of the powerful Palermo branch of Cosa Nostra.
  • Critical opinion: the people's choice

    22-Jun-2007

    When critics bemoan the state of Hollywood movies, they are also implicitly - and unfairly - criticising the film-going public who flock to see them, says Lee Marshall
  • Inside (A l'Interieur)

    13-Jun-2007

    Dirs: Julien Maury, Alexandre Bustillo. Fr. 2007. 80mins.Imagine a graphic, feature-length riff on that line in Macbeth about Macduff being 'from his mother's womb untimely ripped' and you have the kernel of Inside, a vicious gore-fest, which seems designed to prove that Europeans too can up the horror stakes too in the vein of Saw or Hostel.
  • Critical view: breaking the rules

    8-Jun-2007

    Romania's cash-poor but ideas-rich film industry is proving that necessity is the mother of invention with a string of influential titles. What's the secret formula, asks Lee Marshall
  • Calle Santa Fe

    28-May-2007

    Dir: Carmen Castillo. Chile-Fr-Bel. 164mins.Beginning as a reconstruction of the October 1977 police shooting of Chilean underground Marxist leader Miguel Enriquez, Calle Santa Fe is a long but ultimately compelling documentary both celebrates the anti-Pinochet resistance and subjects it to testing questions. These are made all the more incisive and affecting because Carmen Castillo, the film's director and narrator, was Enriquez' partner and fellow combatant ...
  • Secret Sunshine (Miryang)

    27-May-2007

    Dir: Lee Chang-dong. S Kor. 2007. 133mins.An uncompromising experiment in how much suffering a soul can take, both on screen and in one's cinema seat, Lee Chang-dong's follow-up to the critically-acclaimed Oasis makes for an original but ultimately gruelling two-and-a-quarter hours' viewing.
  • The Mourning Forest (Mogari no Mori)

    27-May-2007

    Dir: Naomi Kawase. Japan/France 2007. 98 mins.Naomi Kawase is one of those directors who usethe medium of film to work through their obssessions. In her case,these include fractured families, the aftermath of a loved one's deathor disappearance, rural Japanese traditions, the spiritual luminosityof the elderly and infirm. Luckily for audiences - or at least forpatient audiences - Kawase is also a consumate, original filmmaker,with ...
  • Persepolis

    23-May-2007

    Dir: Mariane Satrapi, Vincent Paronnaud. Fr. 2007. 94 mins.
  • Death Proof

    22-May-2007

    Dir/scr: Quentin Tarantino. USA 2007. 115 mins. Quentin Tarantino should go back to making films that matter. If the shorter, Grindhouse version of Death Proof, his hybrid slasher meets car chase homage to early 1970s B-movies, hinted that everyone's favourite cult director was running out of creative gas, the full-length Cannes edit leaves no shadow of a doubt.
  • Ploy

    22-May-2007

    Dir/scr: Pen-ek Ratanaruang. Thai. 2007. 105 mins. Thai auteur Pen-ek Ratanaruang's most mature, measured film to date, Ploy offers a darkly poetic variation on the theme of The Seven Year Itch. Though its slow pacing demands a certain patience, the slow waltz of story, editing and camerawork goes beyond the surreal, open-ended ditherings of the director's last film, Invisible Waves, to deliver a solid dramatic punch and an unforced moral message.
  • Paranoid Park

    22-May-2007

    Dir/scr: Gus Van Sant. US-Fr. 2007. 85mins.Gus Van Sant is such a consummate filmmaker, so in love with the visual and aural texture of the medium, that it's difficult at first to pinpoint the niggling problem with Paranoid Park, his most experimental feature to date.
  • All Is Forgiven (Tout est pardonnee)

    21-May-2007

    Dir/scr: Mia Hansen-Love. France 2007. 105 mins.Debut director Mia Hansen-Love turns seemingly random slices from the life of a disintegrating family unit into a remarkably graceful, natural film about what it is to be human. Perhaps the most persuasive aspect of this hopeful parable of failure is the way casting, acting, script, and camerawork conspire to usher us into an immediately believable world which is observed with a painterly eye yet never seems staged.Originally ...
  • Blind Mountain (Mang Shan)

    21-May-2007

    Dir/scr/prod: Li Yang. Ch. 2007. 103 mins. Li Yang demonstrates once again that he is a master of cinematic tension with his second feature, Blind Mountain . Based on the widespread practice of bride trafficking in rural China, this harrowing but limpidly shot story of the abduction and sale of a young college student lacks the rich, character-driven plotting of Li's impressive debut, ...
  • The Milky Way (A Via Lacteal)

    20-May-2007

    Dir: Lina Chamie Brazil 2007. 88 mins. A cross-city drive turns into an existential odyssey in Lina Chamie's The Milky Way, which opened Cannes ' Critics Week sidebar. Part urban road movie, part stream-of-consciousness cinematic monologue, Milky Way layers flashbacks, bon mots about life and death, and variant versions of the same scene into what could have made an intriguing 30-minute short.
  • Sicko

    19-May-2007

    Dir: Michael Moore. US. 2007. 123 mins. If it works, don't fix it. Michael Moore's passionate, bullying, gag-laced approach to the 'j'accuse' documentary worked a treat in Bowling for Columbine and Farenheit 9/11 - and it works even better in Sicko, his investigation of the US public healthcare system. Moore doesn't change his methods - he still plays to the gallery, and fingered ...
  • Boarding Gate

    19-May-2007

    Dir/scr: Oliver Assayas. Fr. 2007. 106mins. Maverick French director Oliver Assayas gets lost in transit with Boarding Gate, a transglobal thriller of dirty business deals and dirty sex that he has previously mined in Demonlover, with equally underwhelming results.
  • Triangle (Tit Samgok)

    18-May-2007

    Dirs: Tsui Hark, Ringo Lam, Johnnie To. HK-Chi. HK-Chi. 2007. 100mins.Not so much a portmanteau film as a cinematic relay race, Triangle sees three leading Hong Kong directors, each with their own team of scriptwiters, taking on three successive parts of a single thriller.
  • Comment - Discovering the actual new cinema

    18-May-2007

    Imagine a world in which our knowledge of US cinema came exclusively from the films that play the major festivals. In this strange parallel universe directors such as Gus Van Sant, David Lynch and Harmony Korine would spring to mind at the free-association prompt "American movies!".
  • Jury service: the acclaim game

    18-May-2007

    What's it like to sit on the Competition jury at Cannes' Lee Marshall goes behind the scenes.
  • The Matrimony (Xin Zhong You Gui)

    8-May-2007

    Dir: Teng Huatao. Chi. 2007. 90mins.Produced by the brothers Wang - China's answer to the Weinsteins - and released in Mainland China on Valentine's Day, The Matrimony was just pipped to the post by Li Shaohong's The Door (which hit cinemas on 18 January) for the title of 'China's first commercial horror movie'. But The Matrimony is the first of the two to be seen in the West - it played at the Udine Far East Fest in Italy before travelling to ...
  • Dororo

    2-May-2007

    Dir: Akihiko Shiota. Jap. 2007. 135mins. It's easy to see why Dororo, a period action fantasy feature, wowed the Japanese box office earlier this year: like its eponymous heroine, it swaggers and blusters, but for those who have an inner child to unlock - or who are simply in the mood for some rumbunctious Sinbad-the-Sailor-style entertainment - it delivers the goods.
  • My Brother Is An Only Child (Mio Fratello E' Figlio Unico)

    20-Apr-2007

    Dir: Daniele Luchetti. It-Fr. 2007. 108mins. The signature of screenwriting duo Rulli and Petraglia has become a sort of appelation controllee quality mark for recent Italian cinema products. They've even invented a sub-genre of films, which we might define 'retro-modern': period studies that repackage the tribes and the traumas of Italy's 1960s and 1970s for contemporary audiences. They did it in rambling, epic style with Best of Youth, and in bittersweet noir mode ...
  • One Hundred Nails (Centochiodi)

    2-Apr-2007

    Dir/scr: Ermanno Olmi. It. 2007. 92mins. Veteran Italian filmmaker Ermanno Olmi is a devout Catholic, and his work has long had a spiritual agenda. But even in such obvious parables as The Legend Of The Holy Drinker (which won a Golden Lion in Venice in 1988), the message is generally masked behind a credible contemporary drama, a la Kieslowski.
  • The Lark Farm (La Masseria Delle Allodole)

    6-Mar-2007

    Dirs: Paolo Taviani, Vittorio Taviani. It-Bul-Sp-Fr. 2007. 117mins.
  • Confession Of Pain (Seung sing)

    2-Mar-2007

    Dirs: Andrew Lau, Alan Mak. HK. 2006. 116mins.
  • Spider Lilies (Ci-Qing)

    28-Feb-2007

    Dir/scr: Zero Chou. Tai. 2007. 97mins.
  • Itty Bitty Titty Committee

    27-Feb-2007

    Dir: Jamie Babbit. US. 2007. 85mins.
  • Saturno Contro

    23-Feb-2007

    Dir: Ferzan Ozpetek. It-Fr-Turk. 2007. 109mins.
  • In focus - Critical round-up - Potsdamer clamour

    23-Feb-2007

    This may prove to have been the biggest Berlinale ever - in everything but film quality. The patchy selection of films in competition failed to ride the wave of success, and left critics muttering that the Berlinale would do better to refocus on its core business.
  • Shelter (Riparo: Anis Fra Di Noi)

    21-Feb-2007

    Dir: Marco Simon Puccioni. It-Fr. 2007. 105mins.
  • Tekkonkinkreet

    21-Feb-2007

    Dir: Michael Arias. Jap. 2007. 112mins.
  • Here's Looking At You, Boy

    20-Feb-2007

    Dir/scr: Andre Schafer. Ger-Neth. 2007. 90mins.
  • The Last Mimzy

    20-Feb-2007

    Dir: Bob Shaye. US. 2007. 94mins. What on paper looked suspiciously like a vanity directing project by New Line supremo Bob Shaye turns out to be a quirky, New Age, eco-aware kids' sci-fi movie that plays well with young audiences - at least if the upbeat reaction from the Berlinale Kinderfest audience is anything to go by.
  • I Served The King Of England (Obsluhoval Jsem Anglickeho Krale)

    17-Feb-2007

    Dir: Jiri Menzel. Czech Rep-Slovak. 2007. 119mins.
  • 2 Days In Paris

    14-Feb-2007

    Dir: Julie Delpy. France/Germany 2006. 96 mins.Yes, it's another film in which Julie Delpy walks around Paris with an American guy talking about relationships. But despite the surface similarities, the French actress-singer-scriptwriter's first commercial film as director (she herself has described her first feature, the no-budget Looking For Jimmy,
  • The Other (El Otro)

    14-Feb-2007

    Dir: Ariel Rotter. Argentina/France/Germany. 84 mins.A city lawyer's mid-life crisis becomes an existential odyssey in Ariel Rotter's second feature. Politely received at its Berlinale press showing, this competition entry is intriguing and thought-provoking without ever being truly involving. There is much to admire in the formal devices that the film employs to track the gradual unravelling of its ...
  • In Memory of Myself (In Memoria di Me)

    12-Feb-2007

    Dir: Saverio Costanzo. Italy. 2007. 116 mins.Slow-paced and austerely beautiful, the second feature by Italian auteur Saverio Costanzo takes on a subject that seems inherently uncinematic: the crisis of faith of a young man who is studying to become a priest in a Jesuit seminary in Venice. And yet Costanzo manages to turn Furio Monicelli's 1961 novel The Imperfect Jesuit ...
  • Hounds (Jagdhunde)

    11-Feb-2007

    Dir: Ann-Kristin Reyels. Germany. 2007. 87mins.It's not easy to be cute and bleak at the same time, but Hounds, the debut feature from Ann-Kristin Reyels, pulls it off. An edgily tender coming-of-age story, it lays the acerbic social observation of Mike Leigh over the gritty provincial realism of the brothers Dardenne. It's let down only ...
  • When Darkness Falls (Nar Morkret Faller)

    11-Feb-2007

    Dir: Anders Nilsson. Swe-Ger. 2006. 135mins.A dark Swedish three-parter, When Darkness Falls makes up in gritty energy and social conscience what it lacks in structural cohesion. It doesn't so much weave together its three stories about how people deal when threatened; it simply runs with each one for 10 minutes before skipping across to ...
  • I'm A Cyborg, But That's OK

    9-Feb-2007

  • Playing The Victim (Izobprzhaya Zhertvu)

    24-Oct-2006

  • The Unknown (La Sconosciuta)

    19-Oct-2006

    Dir/scr: Giuseppe Tornatore. It-Fr. 2006. 121mins.
  • The Stone Council (Le Concile De Pierre)

    18-Oct-2006

  • L'Aria Salata

    17-Oct-2006

    Dir: Alessandro Angelini. It. 2006. 88mins.
  • The Go Master (Wu Qingyuan)

    17-Oct-2006

  • Hoax

    15-Oct-2006

    Dir: Lasse Hallstrom. US. 2006. 115mins.
  • Napoleon And Me (Io E Napoleone)

    15-Oct-2006

    Dir: Paolo Virzi. It-Fr-Sp. 2006. 110mins.
  • First Rome Film Fest adds more studio premieres

    26-Sep-2006

    The Rome Film Fest hasannounced the line-up for its first edition, which runs from Oct 13-21. With atotal of 12 world premieres in its two main sections, the festival line-up hasgone some way towards disproving predictions that the newborn event would becrushed in the autumn festival logjam.
  • Rome Festival sets 16 films for children's competition

    22-Sep-2006

    The new Rome Film Fest (Oct 13-21)has announced its Alice in the City sidebar for children and young adults.
  • These Encounters Of Theirs (Quei Loro Incontri)

    20-Sep-2006

    Dir/scr: Jean-MarieStraub and Daniele Huillet.It. 2006. 68mins.
  • The City Of Violence (Jjak-pae)

    18-Sep-2006

  • Tales From Earthsea (Gedo Senki)

    14-Sep-2006

    Dir: Goro Miyazaki. Jap. 2006. 114mins.
  • Bugmaster

    13-Sep-2006

  • Rob-B-Hood

    12-Sep-2006

  • The Missing Star (La Stella Che Non C'e)

    12-Sep-2006

  • Golden Door (Nuovomondo)

    11-Sep-2006

  • Jia's Still Life is surprise winner of Venice's Golden Lion

    10-Sep-2006

    Still Life (Sanxia Haoren), thelast-minute competition entry by cult Chinese director JiaZhangke, was the surprise winner of the Golden Lionfor Best Film at the Venice Film Festival. Added to the list of 21 competitionfilms halfway through the 12-day Italian festival, Zhangke'sfifth feature, with a slow pace and near absence of plot that alienated manycritics, is set against the background of China's ...
  • The Magic Flute (La Flute Enchantee)

    7-Sep-2006

    Dir: Kenneth Branagh. UK.2006. 137mins.
  • Dry Season (Daratt)

    6-Sep-2006

    Dir/scr: Mahamat-Saleh Haroun. Fr-Bel-Chad-Aust. 2006. 95mins.
  • Inland Empire

    6-Sep-2006

    Dir/scr: David Lynch. US-Fr-Pol. 2006. 189mins.
  • THE INLAND EMPIRE

    6-Sep-2006

  • Bobby

    5-Sep-2006

    Dir/scr: Emilio Estevez. US.2006. 119mins.Actor-director Emilio Estevez makes a convincing return to featuredirection with Bobby, an all-starchoral drama set in Los Angeles' Hotel Ambassador on the day Democraticcandidate Robert Kennedy was assassinated there. True, it is not one of those ...
  • Paprika

    5-Sep-2006

    Dir: Satoshi Kon. Japan2006. 90mins.
  • The Hottest State

    5-Sep-2006

    Dir/scr: Ethan Hawke. US. 2006. 116mins.
  • The Fountain

    5-Sep-2006

    Dir: Darren Aronofsky. US. 2006. 96mins.
  • Children Of Men

    4-Sep-2006

    Dir: Alfonso Cuaron. US-UK. 2006. 108mins.
  • The Fountain

    4-Sep-2006

  • Black Book (Zwartboek)

    3-Sep-2006

    Dir: Paul Verhoeven. Neth-Bel-Ger-UK.140mins.
  • Children Of Men

    3-Sep-2006

  • Infamous

    1-Sep-2006

  • The Black Dahlia

    30-Aug-2006

  • Driving Lessons

    24-Jul-2006

    Dir/scr: Jeremy Brock. UK. 2006.95mins.
  • Driving Lessons

    24-Jul-2006

    MIME-Version: 1.0Content-Location: file:///C:/2A8CB117/drivingreview.htmContent-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printableContent-Type: text/html; charset="us-ascii"Dir/scr: Jeremy Bro=ck. UK. 200=6.95mins.Funny and tender enough ...
  • Change Of Address (Changement D'Adresse)

    19-Jun-2006

    Dir/scr: Emmanuel Mouret. Fr. 2006. 85mins.
  • Honor De Cavalleria

    15-Jun-2006

  • The Bothersome Man (Den Brysomme Mannen)

    15-Jun-2006

  • Back Home (Bled Number One)

    14-Jun-2006

    Dir: Rabah Ameur-Zaimeche.Fr-Alg. 2005. 98mins.Algerian-born French director Rabah Ameur-Zaimeche confronts the problems of returnee Maghrebis with BackHome (as it is known in English), his follow-up tominor 2002 festival hit Wesh Wesh. The resultis a strange, loose exercise, ...
  • Suburban Mayhem

    14-Jun-2006

    Dir: Paul Goldman. Aus. 2006.89mins.
  • Re-Cycle

    6-Jun-2006

  • Clerks II

    5-Jun-2006

    If it ain'tbroke, milk it, as they say in Hollywood. So why did New Jersey homeboyKevin Smith wait all of 12 years before returning to the successfulsmall-town-buddies formula of his cult debut, Clerks' True, ...
  • Silk

    5-Jun-2006

    Written and directed by Chao-Pin Su. Taiwan 2006. 118 mins.
  • Flandres

    28-May-2006

    War isgrim; so is life in rural Flanders. That'sthe message most audiences are going to take ...
  • A Scanner Darkly

    26-May-2006

    Dir, Scr: Richard Linklater. USA 2006. 100 mins.Returning to the animated live-action technique of his 2001 philosophical doodle Waking Life, the hyper-productive Richard Linklater has come up with what must surely be the first sci-fi slacker movie. Based on Philip K Dick's cult novel of the same name, this is an entertainingly oddball ride, though also a meandering one. But when the conspiratorial surveillance plot gets too confusing we can fall ...
  • Drama/Mex

    25-May-2006

    Dir/Scr: Gerardo Naranjo. Mexico 2006. 105 mins.A loose, choral drama that plays out over one hot night in Acapulco, Drama/Mex traces its line of influence back through Amores Perros and Gus Van Sant to early Truffaut.Shot in just three weeks, featuring mostly non-professional actors, this Cannes Critics' Week entry is fresh, likeable and bursting with a spontaneous energy that makes up for its often-slight storyline. This could see some theatrical action ...
  • Shortbus

    23-May-2006

  • Southland Tales

    23-May-2006

  • Volevo Solo Vivere

    20-May-2006

    Dir: Mimmo Calopresti. It. 2006. 82mins.
  • Poison Friends (Les Amitis Malefiques)

    20-May-2006

  • Hamaca Paraguaya

    19-May-2006

    Dir/scr: Paz Encina. Fr-Arg-Hol-Par-Sp. 2006. 78mins.
  • Anche Libero Va Bene

    9-May-2006

    Dir: Kim Rossi Stuart. It. 2006.104mins.
  • The Wedding Director (Il Regista Di Matrimoni)

    20-Apr-2006

    Dir/scr: Marco Bellocchio. It. 2006. 102mins.
  • The Wedding Director (Il Regista Di Matrimoni)

    19-Apr-2006

  • The Caiman (Il Caimano)

    23-Mar-2006

  • In Between Days

    10-Mar-2006

  • Piano 17

    10-Mar-2006

  • Tough Enough (Knallhart)

    7-Mar-2006

  • John & Jane

    1-Mar-2006

  • Big Bang Love, Juvenile A (46 Oku Nen No Koi)

    28-Feb-2006

  • Bye Bye Berlusconi

    27-Feb-2006

  • Find Me Guilty

    20-Feb-2006

    Dir/scr: Sidney Lumet. US. 2006. 123mins.
  • Requiem

    20-Feb-2006

  • Family Law (Derecho De Familia)

    17-Feb-2006

  • The Great Match (La Gran Final)

    17-Feb-2006

  • Festival verdict: The best is yet to come'

    16-Feb-2006

    With four Berlinalecompetition films yet to screen, the critical consensus so far is that this hasnot been a vintage year for quality. It's not just that there has been nosingle standout title so far it's also the lack of pleasant off-the-radarsurprises, like last year's Golden Bear winner U-Carmen eKhayelitsha.But as Nick James, ...
  • Container

    16-Feb-2006

    Dir: Lukas Moodysson. Sweden. 2006. 74mins. Wilfully obscure and defiantly strange, Lukas Moodysson'sblack-and-white film is as much visual art as cinema. Moodysson would havelittle patience ...
  • Candy

    15-Feb-2006

    Dir: Neil Armfield. Australia.2006. 108minsAlternately dazzling andflashy, affecting and mannered, this impressive debut from feted Australiantheatre director Neil Armfield is lifted to the verge of excellence byoutstanding performances from Heath Ledger ...
  • El Custodio

    14-Feb-2006

    Dir:Rodrigo Moreno. Arg/Ger/Fr. 100 mins.
  • V For Vendetta

    14-Feb-2006

    Dir:James McTeigue UK-Ger. 133mins.Thelatest Alan Moore graphic novel adaptation, ...
  • Slumming

    13-Feb-2006

    Dir: Michael Glawogger. Aust, 2006. 96mins.Michael Glawogger's Slumminghas something of The Edukators about it, and something ofMike Leigh's Naked: it's about blind existentialrage, arrogant male ennui and what happens when schoolboy pranks turn nasty.
  • Once In A Lifetime

    13-Feb-2006

    Dirs: PaulCrowder, John Dower. US. 2006. 98 mins. Aiming ...
  • Crime Novel (Romanzo Criminale)

    7-Feb-2006

    Dir: Michele Placido.It-UK-Fr. 2005. 146mins.
  • Gravehopping (Od Groba Do Groba)

    29-Nov-2005

    Dir/scr: Jan Cvitkovic. Slovenia, 2005. 103mins.A darkly comic curio, the second filmfrom Bread And Milk director Jan Cvitkovic has been flying the festival flag for Sloveniaever since its debut at San Sebastian - where it picked up the New Directors Award- and has since won best film prizes at Cottbus andTurin.
  • Melissa P

    22-Nov-2005

    Dir: Luca Guadagnino. It-Sp. 2005. 102mins.
  • Cvitkovic and Takushi share honours at Turin

    20-Nov-2005

    Slovenian film Gravehopping shared top honoursat the 2005 Torino Film Festival with Clouds of Yesterday, anostalgia-soaked paean to the silent film era which represents the featuredirecting debut of Japanese actor and composer Tsubokawa Takushi.
  • Viva Zapatero!

    9-Nov-2005

    Dir/scr: Sabina Guzzanti. It. 2005. 80mins.
  • The Tiger And The Snow (La Tigre E La Neve)

    13-Oct-2005

  • All The Invisible Children

    5-Oct-2005

  • Dam Street (Hong yan)

    27-Sep-2005

  • Shadowboxer

    27-Sep-2005

  • Enlightened By Fire (Iluminados Por El Fuego)

    22-Sep-2005

    Dir:Tristan Bauer. Arg. 2005. 100mins.
  • Summer In Berlin (Sommer Vorm Balkon)

    22-Sep-2005

  • Not Here To Be Loved (Je Ne Suis Pas La Pour Etre Aime)

    21-Sep-2005

    Dir: Stephane Brize. Fr.2005. 95mins.
  • El Aura

    19-Sep-2005

    Dir/scr: Fabian Belinsky.Arg-Sp. 2005. 129mins.
  • Manslaughter (Drabet)

    19-Sep-2005

  • Obaba

    16-Sep-2005

    Dir: Montxo Armendariz.Sp-Ger. 2005. 109mins.
  • Fragile (Fragiles)

    15-Sep-2005

  • Initial D (Taumanchi D)

    15-Sep-2005

  • Perhaps Love (Ruguo Ai)

    15-Sep-2005

  • Don't Tell

    14-Sep-2005

  • Edmond

    13-Sep-2005

    Dir: Stuart Gordon. US.2005. 81mins.
  • Sympathy For Lady Vengeance

    13-Sep-2005

  • Mary

    12-Sep-2005

  • ...as 'American' Venice wraps on a high

    12-Sep-2005

    MostLido regulars agreed that it was the strongest Venice in years, if one lookedbeyond the merely average competition to consider the festival as a whole.
  • Elizabethtown

    8-Sep-2005

  • Elizabethtown

    8-Sep-2005

    Dir/scr:Cameron Crowe. US. 2005. 138mins.
  • Romance & Cigarettes

    8-Sep-2005

    Dir/scr:John Turturro. US. 2005. 106mins.
  • Romance & Cigarettes

    8-Sep-2005

  • Romance & Cigarettes

    8-Sep-2005

  • Bubble

    7-Sep-2005

  • Corpse Bride

    7-Sep-2005

    Dirs:Mike Johnson, Tim Burton. UK. 2005. 75mins.
  • Casanova

    6-Sep-2005

  • Proof

    6-Sep-2005

  • Brokeback Mountain

    5-Sep-2005

    Dir:Ang Lee. US. 2005. 133mins.
  • Takeshis'

    5-Sep-2005

  • The Exorcism Of Emily Rose

    5-Sep-2005

    Dir: Scott Derrickson.US. 2005. 118minsAn interesting but unresolved hybrid of metaphysical horror film andcourtroom drama, The Exorcism Of Emily Rose takes the true story of agirl who died in Germany following an apparent case of demonic possession, andtransplants it to small-town America.
  • Good Night, And Good Luck

    1-Sep-2005

  • Seven Swords (Qi Jian)

    31-Aug-2005

    Dir: Tsui Hark. HK-Chi-SKor. 2005. 152mins.
  • Love + Hate

    23-Aug-2005

    Dir/scr: Dominic SavageUK. 2005. 86mins.
  • Guy X

    13-Jul-2005

    Dir: Saul Metzstein.UK-Can-Ice. 2005. 94mins.
  • Sleeper (Schlafer)

    1-Jul-2005

  • Orlando Vargas

    22-Jun-2005

  • The Buried Forest (Umorgei)

    20-Jun-2005

  • Adam's Apples (Adams Aebler)

    14-Jun-2005

  • Crying Fist (Jumeoki Unda)

    14-Jun-2005

  • Peekaboo! (Cache Cache)

    14-Jun-2005

    Dir:Yves Caumon. Fr. 2005. 91mins.
  • Event Horizon (L'Orizzonte Degli Eventi)

    10-Jun-2005

  • Habana Blues

    8-Jun-2005

  • Alice

    7-Jun-2005

  • Bittersweet Life (Dal Kom Han In-Saeng)

    7-Jun-2005

  • Cinema, Aspirins And Vultures (Cinema, Aspirinas E Urubus)

    2-Jun-2005

  • Quo Vadis, Baby'

    31-May-2005

  • The Death Of Mr Lazarescu (Moartea Domnului Lazarescu)

    31-May-2005

    Dir: Cristi Puiu. Rom.2005. 154mins.
  • Chromophobia

    27-May-2005

    Dir/scr:Martha Fiennes. UK-Fr. 2005. 138mins.
  • Kiss Kiss Bang Bang

    15-May-2005

  • Quando Sei Nato Non Puoi Piu Nasconderti (Once You're Born You Can No Longer Hide)

    15-May-2005

    Dir Marco Tullio Giordana.Italy/UK/Fr. 2005. 118 mins
  • Election (Hak Seh Wui)

    14-May-2005

    Director Johnnie To Hong Kong. 2005. 100 mins.
  • Last Days

    13-May-2005

    Dir/scr/ed: Gus Van Sant. US. 2005. 96mins
  • The Bow (Hwal)

    13-May-2005

  • The Manual Of Love (Manuale D'Amore)

    26-Apr-2005

  • Adam and Paul

    14-Mar-2005

  • Adam and Paul

    8-Mar-2005

    Dir:Lenny Abrahamson. Ire. 2005. 8s6mins.
  • Sacred Heart (Cuore Sacro)

    25-Feb-2005

  • Mad Hot Ballroom

    24-Feb-2005

  • Night Watch (Nochnoy Dozor)

    24-Feb-2005

  • Stranger (Ono)

    24-Feb-2005

  • Peacock (Kong Que)

    21-Feb-2005

  • The Wayward Cloud (Tian Bian Yi Duo Hun)

    21-Feb-2005

  • All eyes on the Berlinale prizes

    18-Feb-2005

  • Dumplings

    18-Feb-2005

  • The Beat That My Heart Skipped (De Battre Mon Coeur S'Est Arrete)

    18-Feb-2005

    Dir:Jacques Audiard. Fr. 2005. 107mins.
  • Rabbit On the Moon (Conejo En La Luna)

    16-Feb-2005

  • Tickets

    15-Feb-2005

    Dirs:Ermanno Olmi, Abbas Kiarostami, Ken Loach. It-UK. 2005. 118mins.Three famous directors joining forces to direct one film is not new, but Ticketsdiffers from other recent "celebrity trio" showcases (Eros, ThreeExtremes) in that its film-makers share the same setting, some of the samecharacters and the same screenplay (or, in the case of Loach, his regularscreenwriter Paul Laverty).
  • Asylum

    14-Feb-2005

    Dir:David Mackenzie. UK-Ire. 2005. 93mins.A dark, assured period piece about passion and madness, and the way societyrestrains them, Asylum is a much slicker product than Scottish directorDavid Mackenzie's previous outing, Young Adam.
  • Man To Man

    11-Feb-2005

    UK-Fr-S Afr. 2004. 125mins.
  • Smalltown, Italy (Provincia Meccanica)

    11-Feb-2005

    LeeMarshall in RomeDir: Stefano Mordini. Italy. 2005. 107mins.The only Italian film in competition at Berlin this year, Smalltown,Italy depicts a bleak, post-industrial, dysfunctional Bel Paese that is along way from the tourist postcard cliches. Though the film is not without itsflaws, this is a promising debut for first-timer Mordini, a 37-year-olddirector with several documentaries and videoclips to his name.
  • Alla Luce Del Sole

    20-Jan-2005

  • White Noise

    20-Dec-2004

    Dir:Vinta Nanda. India-UK. 2004. 108mins.A litmus test of how Indian cinema is changing in the MTV and satellite era,White Noise has all the New Bollywood ingredients: a feisty, sexuallyliberated, working heroine, a hip and sensitive male love interest who hasbroken away from his traditional family, satirical digs at contemporary IndianTV culture, and English-language dialogue.
  • Eyes Of Crystal (Occhi Di Cristallo)

    24-Nov-2004

  • Cafe Lumiere (Kohi Jikou)

    18-Oct-2004

    Dir:Hou Hsiao-Hsien. Japan. 2004. 92mins.One of the most consistently interesting of Far Easternarthouse directors, Hou Hsiao-Hsien has a dedicated following on the festivalcircuit and a tiny film-buff fanbase in the real world. It's telling that not asingle Region 2 DVD of any of the Taiwanese director's films is currentlyavailable on Amazon UK, though the French branch of the online retailer offersseveral - proof of the high regard in which Hsiao-Hsien ...
  • Low Life

    15-Oct-2004

    Dir: Im Kwon-Taek.South Korea. 2004. 99 mins.Veteran South Korean filmmaker Im Kwon-Taek spotlights aturbulent period in the history of his country in this fast-paced saga, whichscreened in competition at Venice. But all that history is the film's mainproblem: international audiences, few of whom have a firm grasp of thepolitical landscape of post-war Korea, risk losing their way among the datesand regime-changes.
  • Three Extremes

    30-Sep-2004

  • The Tulse Luper Suitcases, Part 3: From Sark To Finish

    29-Sep-2004

  • Vital

    23-Sep-2004

  • The Intruder

    22-Sep-2004

  • Eros

    20-Sep-2004

  • P.S.

    16-Sep-2004

    Dir: Dylan Kidd USA. 2004.103mins.It was never going to beeasy for New York independent director Dylan Kidd to sustain the motor-mouthedenergy of his sharp, sardonic, stylish debut, Roger Dodger, which netteda shoal of awards (including the Lion of the Future award in Venice two yearsago), before going ...
  • The House Keys (Le Chiavi di Casa)

    15-Sep-2004

  • Land Of Plenty

    14-Sep-2004

  • Howl's Moving Castle (Hauru No Ugoku Shiro)

    13-Sep-2004

  • Shark Tale

    13-Sep-2004

  • Venice: from the sublime to the ridiculous

    12-Sep-2004

    The 61st edition of the Venice film festival proved to be anunmitigated fiasco from the organisational point of view, with films running upto two hours late and Al Pacino unable to get a seat at the official screeningof The Merchant of Venice (starring Al Pacino).
  • Birth

    9-Sep-2004

  • Palindromes

    9-Sep-2004

  • Mysterious Skin

    8-Sep-2004

  • Strings

    8-Sep-2004

    Dir:Anders Ronnow Klarlund. Den-Swe-UK-Nor. 2004. 92mins.Say "puppet movie" and most people think of the Muppetsor, at a push, Pinocchio - who has most famously come to life on screen in cartoon and live action form.Traditional marionettes have always messed with the suspension of disbeliefthat appears to be necessary in the cinematic medium: all those strings remindus constantly that these are not funny little people but, er, puppets.
  • A Love Song For Bobby Long

    6-Sep-2004

  • The Sea Inside (Mar Adentro)

    6-Sep-2004

    Dir: Alejandro Amenabar.Spain. 2004. 127mins.Though Alejandro Amenabar's new film screened only athird of the way into the Venice festival, the gut feeling after the earlypress screening on the Lido was that we had just been watching the Leone D'Oro.Still only 32, Amenabar proves with this moving study of a quadraplegic man whois determined to put an end to his life that he has the emotional and moralrange, if not the visual flamboyance, of Pedro ...
  • The Sea Inside (Mar Adentro) review

    6-Sep-2004

    Dir: Alejandro Amenabar.Spain. 2004. 127mins.Though Alejandro Amenabar's new film screened only athird of the way into the Venice festival, the gut feeling after the earlypress screening on the Lido was that we had just been watching the Leone D'Oro.Still only 32, Amenabar proves with this moving study of a quadraplegic man whois determined to put an end to his life that he has the emotional and moralrange, if not the visual flamboyance, of Pedro ...
  • Throw Down

    1-Sep-2004

  • Ma Mere

    21-Jun-2004

  • Strange Crime (Sotto Falso Nome)

    26-Apr-2004

  • The Smell of Blood (L'odore Del Sangue)

    5-Apr-2004

  • Tre Metri Sopra Il Cielo

    18-Mar-2004

  • Don't Move (Non Ti Muovere)

    10-Mar-2004

  • South Of The Clouds (Yun De Nan Fang)

    5-Mar-2004

  • Agatha And The Storm (Agata e la Tempesta)

    1-Mar-2004

  • Kick 'n' Rush (2 Ryk Og 1 Aflevering)

    1-Mar-2004

  • Cold Light (Kaldaljos)

    27-Feb-2004

  • Pearls And Pigs (Helmia Ja Sikoja)

    26-Feb-2004

  • Your Next Life (La Vida Que Tu Espera)

    19-Feb-2004

  • 20:30:40

    18-Feb-2004

  • Rohmer, Loach lead plaudits as Berlin divides critics

    16-Feb-2004

    With one official screening day to go, the critical consensus on this year's Berlinale competition might be summed up as "good but not outstanding".
  • Ae Fond Kiss

    16-Feb-2004

  • Lost Embrace (El Abrazo Partido)

    16-Feb-2004

  • The Final Cut

    13-Feb-2004

  • Beautiful Country

    12-Feb-2004

  • The Stratosphere Girl

    12-Feb-2004

  • Before Sunset

    11-Feb-2004

  • Red Lights (Feux Rouges)

    11-Feb-2004

  • First Love (Primo Amore)

    10-Feb-2004

  • The Tulse Luper Suitcases Part II: Vaux To The Sea

    10-Feb-2004

  • In Your Hands (Forbrydelser)

    9-Feb-2004

  • Berlinale adds political spice to glitz cocktail

    5-Feb-2004

    Glamour is set to walk hand in hand with politics along the red carpet at this year's Berlinale.
  • Stork Day (E Gia Ieri)

    21-Jan-2004

  • The Silence Between Two Thoughts (Sokoote Beine Do Fekr )

    21-Jan-2004

  • Three Steps Dancing (Ballo A Tre Passi)

    14-Jan-2004

  • The Card Player (Il Cartaio)

    6-Jan-2004

  • Details (Detaljer)

    16-Dec-2003

  • European Film Awards adopt English accent

    5-Dec-2003

    While no film looks likely to sweep the board at this weekend's European Film Awards (Dec 6), a winner has already emerged - the English language.
  • Caterina In The City (Caterina Va In Citta)

    12-Nov-2003

  • The Return Of Cagliostro

    5-Nov-2003

  • Osama

    22-Oct-2003

  • Singing Behind The Screens (Cantando Dietro I Paraventi)

    20-Oct-2003

  • Les Sentiments

    8-Oct-2003

  • Travellers & Magicians

    3-Oct-2003

  • Travellers & Magicians

    3-Oct-2003

  • The Miracle (Il Miracolo)

    1-Oct-2003

  • Raja

    16-Sep-2003

  • 21 Grams

    12-Sep-2003

  • The Five Obstructions (De Fem Benspaend)

    12-Sep-2003

  • Goodmorning, Night (Buongiorno, Notte)

    8-Sep-2003

    Dir: Marco Bellocchio. Italy. 2003. 105 mins.Marco Bellocchio's passionate but controlled psychological study of Red Brigade terrorism is not the masterpiece that some Italian critics would claim; nor was Bellocchio 'robbed' of the Golden Lion at this year's Venice festival, which went to a better film, Andrey Zvyagintsev's The Return.
  • Goodmorning, Night (Buongiorno, Notte)

    8-Sep-2003

    Dir: Marco Bellocchio. Italy. 2003. 105 mins.Marco Bellocchio's passionate but controlled psychological study of Red Brigade terrorism is not the masterpiece that some Italian critics would claim; nor was Bellocchio 'robbed' of the Golden Lion at this year's Venice festival, which went to a better film, Andrey Zvyagintsev's The Return.
  • Venice festival is classy Toronto prequel

    6-Sep-2003

    The main competition jury managed to shirkoff local pressure and pre-release publicity for Marco Bellocchio'slocal favourite Buongiorno, Notte and indoing so proved wrong detractors who have warned that Venice is becoming parochial. Alerted to a lesserprize than the Golden Lion, Bellocchio returned to Rome to work off his anger.
  • Venice festival sees Return to form

    6-Sep-2003

    The main competition jury managed to shirkoff local pressure and pre-release publicity for Marco Bellocchio'slocal favourite Buongiorno, Notte and indoing so proved wrong detractors who have warned that Venice is becoming parochial. Alerted to a lesserprize than the Golden Lion, Bellocchio returned to Rome to work off his anger.
  • Venice festival shakes off some of its detractors

    6-Sep-2003

    The main competition jury managed to shirkoff local pressure and pre-release publicity for Marco Bellocchio'slocal favourite Buongiorno, Notte and indoing so proved wrong detractors who have warned that Venice is becoming parochial. Alerted to a lesserprize than the Golden Lion, Bellocchio ...
  • Code 46

    5-Sep-2003

  • Intolerable Cruelty

    4-Sep-2003

  • Last Life In The Universe

    4-Sep-2003

  • Last Life In The Universe

    4-Sep-2003

  • Once Upon A Time In Mexico

    3-Sep-2003

  • The Dreamers

    3-Sep-2003

  • The Human Stain

    3-Sep-2003

  • The Human Stain

    3-Sep-2003

  • Dark Blue

    23-Jul-2003

  • No Rest For The Brave (Pas De Repos Pour Les Braves)

    18-Jul-2003

  • La Meglio Gioventu

    14-Jul-2003

  • The Silence Of The Forest (Le Silence De La Foret)

    14-Jul-2003

    Didier Ouenangare and Bassek Ba Kobhio's slight tale has been billed as the first ever Central African film, says Lee Marshall
  • The Island (L'Isola)

    7-Jul-2003

  • Crimson Gold

    20-Jun-2003

  • Shara

    19-Jun-2003

  • Niki&Flo

    13-Jun-2003

  • Today And Tomorrow (Hoy Y Manana)

    10-Jun-2003

  • Purple Butterfly

    30-May-2003

  • The Brown Bunny

    21-May-2003

  • Reconstruction

    20-May-2003

  • Cecchi Gori returns to production

    19-May-2003

    Beleaguered Italian media mogul Vittorio Cecchi Gori, whose production, distribution and exhibition empire recently fell apart in a morass of bad debts and corruption charges, is back.
  • Present Perfect (Passato Prossimo)

    13-May-2003

  • The Heart Elsewhere (Il Cuore Altrove)

    9-May-2003

  • Say It In My Own Words

    30-Apr-2003

  • It's Raining Cows (Piovono Mucche)

    15-Apr-2003

  • A Big Girl Like You (Une Grande Fille Comme Toi)

    11-Apr-2003

  • Pater Familias

    4-Apr-2003

    Dir: Francesco Patierno. Italy. 2003. 94mins.
  • The Suit (Shik)

    1-Apr-2003

  • Seville South Side (Poligono Sur)

    17-Mar-2003

  • Spare Parts (Rezervni Deli)

    12-Mar-2003

  • Monsieur N

    10-Mar-2003

  • Jagoda In The Supermarket

    7-Mar-2003

  • Zhou Yu's Train

    7-Mar-2003

  • The Soul Keeper (Prendimi L'Anima)

    5-Mar-2003

  • Facing Windows (La Finestra Di Fronte)

    28-Feb-2003

  • Yes Nurse, No Nurse! (Ja Zuster, Nee Zuster)

    27-Feb-2003

  • Distant Lights (Lichter)

    25-Feb-2003

  • His Brother (Son Frere)

    21-Feb-2003

  • Blind Shaft (Mang Jing)

    18-Feb-2003

  • Hours, Adaptation lead Golden Bear sweepstakes

    13-Feb-2003

    Stephen Daldry's The Hours and Spike Jonze's Adaptation are leading the Golden Bear sweepstakes, followed closely by Zhang Yimou's stirring martial arts epic Hero, which was lauded to the skies by some critics but trashed by others.
  • Traces Of The Dragon: Jackie Chan And His Lost Family

    12-Feb-2003

  • Good Bye, Lenin!

    11-Feb-2003

  • My Life Without Me

    11-Feb-2003

  • I'm Not Scared (Io Non Ho Paura)

    10-Feb-2003

  • Remember Me (Ricordati Di Me)

    5-Feb-2003

  • No Good Deed

    15-Jan-2003

  • El Alamein: The Line Of Fire

    13-Dec-2002

  • Fuehrer Ex

    24-Oct-2002

  • The Magic Box (Sandouk Ajab)

    11-Oct-2002

  • People I Know

    9-Oct-2002

  • Pinocchio

    7-Oct-2002

  • Callas Forever

    18-Sep-2002

    Dir: Franco Zeffirelli. It-UK-Fr-Sp-Rom. 2002. 103 mins.Whether Franco Zeffirelli's biopic of opera star Maria Callas satisfies its audience will largely depend on demographics. Like its director, this is a film of the old school that will appeal to an older generation of music lovers and occasional cinemagoers, who do not object to a slightly hammy feature: certainly, cineliterate under-50s are likely to find it over-conventional and over laboured. But ultimately ...
  • Dirty Pretty Things

    10-Sep-2002

    Dir: Stephen Frears. UK. 2002. 98mins.
  • Oasis

    9-Sep-2002

  • Ken Park

    6-Sep-2002

  • Ken Park

    6-Sep-2002

  • Ripley's Game

    5-Sep-2002

  • The Man On The Train (L'Homme Du Train)

    5-Sep-2002

  • The Man On The Train (L'Homme Du Train)

    5-Sep-2002

  • Friday Night (Vendredi Soir)

    4-Sep-2002

  • The Nearest To Heaven (Au Plus Pres Du Paradis)

    4-Sep-2002

  • Few films can equal mosquitos' buzz

    3-Sep-2002

    If a festival is only as good as the films it screens,Venice has cause to be more than a little worried. It's day five on the Lido,and so far only the mosquitos, out in record numbers this year, have beenconsistently successful in getting under the skin.Thestart was respectable enough. Frida, the opening Venezia 59 competitionfilm, may have disappointed those who were looking for more than a standardmid-budget Hollywood biopic ...
  • Not much to get buzzed up about in Venice

    3-Sep-2002

    If a festival is only as good as the films it screens,Venice has cause to be more than a little worried. It's day five on the Lido,and so far only the mosquitoes, out in record numbers this year, have beenconsistently successful in getting under the skin.Thestart was respectable enough. Frida, the opening Venezia 59 competitionfilm, may have disappointed those who were looking for more than a standardmid-budget Hollywood biopic ...
  • Roger Dodger

    3-Sep-2002

    Roger DodgerReviewed by Lee Marshall in VeniceDir: Dylan Kidd. USA. 2002. 106 mins.This dark-veined New York comedy by first-time director Dylan Kidd came as oneof the few pleasant surprises in the opening few days at Venice, where itplayed in critics' week. Roger Dodger is thethinking man's American Pie: thestory of a schoolboy's attempt to lose his virginity in the Big Apple with thehelp of a fast-talking but emotionally ...
  • Roger Dodger

    3-Sep-2002

    Roger DodgerReviewed by Lee Marshall in VeniceDir: Dylan Kidd. USA. 2002. 106 mins.This dark-veined New York comedy by first-time director Dylan Kidd came as oneof the few pleasant surprises in the opening few days at Venice, where itplayed in critics' week. Roger Dodger is thethinking man's American Pie: thestory of a schoolboy's attempt to lose his virginity in the Big Apple with thehelp of a fast-talking but emotionally ...
  • Frida

    30-Aug-2002

  • Frida

    30-Aug-2002

  • Lilja 4-Ever

    30-Aug-2002

  • Lilja 4-Ever

    30-Aug-2002

  • At The Tips Of Her Fingers (Sur Le Bout Des Doigts)

    24-Jul-2002

  • Ticket To Jerusalem

    23-Jul-2002

  • Happy Times (Xingfu Shiguang)

    2-Jul-2002

  • Just A Kiss

    2-Jul-2002

  • Winter (L'Inverno)

    14-Jun-2002

  • Casomai

    23-Apr-2002

  • The Hour Of Religion (L'Ora di Religione)

    17-Apr-2002

  • Dandy (La Bande Du Drugstore)

    14-Apr-2002

  • The Best Day Of My Life (Il Piu Bel Giorno Della Mia Vita)

    10-Apr-2002

  • Killing Me Softly

    27-Mar-2002

    Dir: Chen Kaige. US. 2002. 99mins.
  • From Nought To Ten (Dazeroadiec)

    21-Mar-2002

    Dir: Luciano Ligabue. Italy, 2002. 100mins.
  • Amnesia

    6-Mar-2002

  • Monday Morning (Lundi Matin)

    20-Feb-2002

  • The Trespasser (O Invasor)

    15-Feb-2002

  • The Three Marias

    14-Feb-2002

    Dir Aluizio Abranches. It-Brazil. 2002. 103mins.
  • Amen

    14-Feb-2002

  • A Map Of The Heart (Der Felsen)

    13-Feb-2002

  • Uncle Frank

    12-Feb-2002

    Dir: Matthew Ginsburg. US, 2002. 84 mins.
  • Sound Of Brazil (Moro No Brasil)

    12-Feb-2002

  • Happy Times (Xingfu Shiguang)

    9-Feb-2002

  • Travelling Birds (Le Peuple Migrateur)

    8-Feb-2002

  • Heaven

    6-Feb-2002

  • Beneath Clouds

    2-Feb-2002

  • The Last Kiss (L'Ultimo Bacio)

    28-Jan-2002

  • Burning In The Wind (Brucio Nel Vento)

    9-Jan-2002

  • Vajont

    31-Oct-2001

    Dir: Renzo Martinelli. Italy/France. 2001. 116 mins.
  • Luna Rossa (Red Moon)

    30-Sep-2001

  • Asoka

    19-Sep-2001

  • One Man Up (L'Uomo In Piu)

    13-Sep-2001

  • Light Of My Eyes (Luce Dei Miei Occhi)

    13-Sep-2001

  • Tosca

    13-Sep-2001

    Dir: Benoit Jacquot. France-Italy-Germany-UK. 2001. 120mins.
  • Monsoon Wedding

    4-Sep-2001

  • L'amore Probabilmente ( Probably Love )

    31-Aug-2001

  • Il Mestiere Delle Armi (The Profession of Arms)

    9-Jun-2001

    Dir: Ermanno Olmi. Italy/France/Germany, 2001. 104 mins.
  • La Stanza Del Figlio

    21-Mar-2001

    La Stanza Del Figlio
  • Memento

    24-Jan-2001

  • Together (Tillsammans)

    20-Dec-2000

    Dir: Lukas Moodysson. Sweden-Italy. 2000. 106 mins.
  • Almost Blue

    30-Nov-2000

  • My Generation

    28-Sep-2000

  • Holy Tongue (La Lingua Del Santo)

    27-Sep-2000

  • Teeth (Denti)

    26-Sep-2000

  • The Prime Gig

    20-Sep-2000

    Dir: Gregory Mosher. US. 2000. 97 mins.Prod co: Independent Pictures. US dist: Fine Line. Int'l sales: Independent Picures, tel: (1) 212 993 1200. Prod: Cary Woods, Gina Mingacci, Elliot Lewis Rosenblatt. Co-prod/scr: William Wheeler. DoP: John A. Alonzo. Prod des: Richard Hoover. Editor: James Kwei. Music: David Robbins. Main cast: Vince Vaughn (Penny), Julia Ormond (Caitlin), Ed Harris (Kelly Grant), Rory Cochrane (Joel).
  • Time And Tide

    14-Sep-2000

  • The Goddess Of 1967

    13-Sep-2000

  • Pollock

    13-Sep-2000

  • The Hundred Steps (I Centro Passi)

    12-Sep-2000

  • The Wrestlers (Uttara)

    11-Sep-2000

    Dir: Buddhadeb Dasgupta. India. 2000. 102 mins.Prod co: Buddhadeb Dasgupta Productions. Int'l sales: Buddhadeb Dasgupta Productions, tel: (91) 33 4735545. Prod: Buddhadeb Dasgupta. Scr: Buddhadeb Dasgupta. DoP: Asim Bose. Prod des: Ashok Bose. Editor: Raviranjan Maitra. Music: Biswadeb Dasgupta. Main cast: Jaya Seal, Tapas Pal, Shankar Chakraborty, R.I.Asad, Tapas Adhikari, Saurav Das.India has a low profile at the big festivals these days, but every now and again something ...
  • The Circle (Dayereh)

    11-Sep-2000

    Dir: Jafar Panahi. Iran-Italy. 2000. 91 mins.
  • Memento

    8-Sep-2000

  • Brother

    8-Sep-2000

  • Sade

    7-Sep-2000

  • The Man Who Cried

    5-Sep-2000

  • Before Night Falls

    5-Sep-2000

  • Dr. T And The Women

    4-Sep-2000

  • Summer, or 27 Missing Kisses

    22-Jun-2000

  • Good Housekeeping

    22-Jun-2000

  • A La Verticale D'Ete

    21-Jun-2000

  • Cuba Feliz

    16-Jun-2000

  • Tout Va Bien (On S'En Va) Everything's Fine

    14-Jun-2000

  • Peppermint Candy

    9-Jun-2000

  • Happy End

    9-Jun-2000

  • Love's A Bitch (Amores Perros)

    9-Jun-2000

  • Preferisco Il Rumore Del Mare

    26-Apr-2000

  • Bread And Tulips (Pane E Tulipani)

    20-Apr-2000

  • LaCapaGira

    18-Apr-2000

  • Making Love (Canone Inverso)

    16-Mar-2000

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