Denis Coté’s Ghost Town Anthology has landed on Screen’s Berlin Competition jury grid, taking third place with an average of 2.7 with two scores to come.
The film achieved a top score four (excellent) from The Morning Star’s Rita Di Santo, as well as threes (good) from Frankfurter Allgemeine’s Verena Lueken and Segnocinema’s Paolo Bertolin.
The film follows a grieving family who encounter a series of strangers in an isolated town in the wake of a fatal car crash. Robert Naylor, Josée Deschénes and Jean-Michel Anctil lead the cast.
Wang Quan’an’s Öndög and Teona Strugar Mitevska’s God Exists, Her Name Is Petrunya lead the way with scores of 2.8.
Next up are Emin Alper’s A Tale Of Three Sisters, Angela Schanelec’s Competition debut I Was At Home, But, and Claudio Giovannesi’s literary adaptation Piranhas.