Film, Politics

Elia Suleiman (photo credit: Sarajevo Film Festival)

Elia Suleiman: Hope and Action Despite Pessimism [interview]

On the role of the engaged art in an increasingly globalized world and old and new Jerusalems.

01/09/2016 ×

Europe, Film, Israel

Manar and Kareem in "Junction 48" (© Dig The Movie LLC 2016)

Brothers and Others: Israel-Palestine in “Junction 48″

Udi Aloni’s “Junction 48″ won this year’s Berlinale Panorama Audience Award. Is Israel-Palestine standing at an important crossroads in its history? An interview

02/03/2016 ×

Europe, Film

A film-still from "Europe, She Loves" © 2016 2:1 Film / lüthje schneider hörl FILM

Europe, She Loves: A portrait of the BoredOfItAll generation

“May you live in interesting times,” says a Chinese curse. Jan Gassmann’s “Europe, She Loves” pays a tribute to European youth’s lost years.

26/02/2016 ×


Nước | 2030
Panorama 2014
VNM 2014
REGIE: Nguyễn-Võ Nghiêm-Minh
Quỳnh Hoa

Nuoc – Klimawandel? Bitte weiter träumen.

Der vietnamesische Regisseur Nguyễn-Võ Nghiêm-Minh erzählt in Nước (2014) – einem ersten Science Fiction-Film aus Vietnam – davon, wie die Erderwärmung die Verhältnisse in Süd-Vietnam verändern kann. Eine Filmkritik.

25/02/2014 ×


Dardenne Brothers ask the European Parliament for help

Dardenne Brothers ask the European Parliament for help

Dardennes and other renown film directors expressed their concern about the change in European Commission policies regarding the support of film production in Europe and request the support of the European Parliament.

05/11/2013 ×


The Birds without the the birds

The Birds without the the birds

A Mental Experiment (by Slavoj Zizek) Although Hitchcock’s birds do give body to the agency of the maternal superego, the essential thing is nevertheless not to seize upon the link between the two traits—the appearance of the ferocious assailant birds, the blockage of “normal” sexual relations by the intervention of […]

26/03/2013 ×