The Lost City: Don’t Judge a Book by Its Cover

The Lost City is one of the most enjoyable cocktail comedies of this year. Not perfect – but never loses charm and pace.

Eating Our Way to Extinction: “I’m a Vegetarian and Pigs Are People Too”

Eating Our Way to Extinction uses intriguing examples, well-grounded information and experiments much with genre and form.

Meantime, A Time Capsule That Lost None Of Its Relevance

Meantime, made in 1983, deals with the early-life crisis and unemployment issues dominating Margaret Thatcher’s Britain.

Organic Collaborations and the Discipline of Creative Artists: Conversation with Legendary Filmmaker Mike Leigh

Mike Leigh: I sit down with the actors and get them to talk about lots and lots of people. And eventually, I choose somebody for them…

Here Before and the Blossoming of Female Led Psychological Thrillers

Here Before, Stacey Gregg’s feature film debut, is an inventive, crafty and most importantly confident piece of art.

Filming Formula One – Exclusive Interview with Phil Rorke

Phil Rorke offered us fascinating insights into his challenging and rewarding job as the Formula-1 broadcast executive director.

Why Should You Not Miss Discovery’s Last Exit: Space?

Last Exit: Space is a hilarious, surprising and breathtakingly beautiful documentary on space colonization that is completely worth your time.

How Frustration Led Maggie Gyllenhaal to Direct The Lost Daughter

Oscar nominee Maggie Gyllenhall has recently revealed that frustration was a significant part of making The Lost Daughter.

Kevin Spacey in a Comeback Film: a Sign of Bad Taste?

Kevin Spacey plays a detective in his first movie since sexual assault allegations against the actor surfaced five years ago.

Why Empire of Light Should Be on Your Radar

The upcoming Sam Mendes project, Empire of Light, is currently shooting in the UK. What happenes behind the scenes?

Exclusive Interview with Philippe Lesage: As Long As There’s Movement, There Is Hope

Exclusive interview with Philippe Lesage about inspirations, aspirations, upcoming projects, and much more.

It is Not a Man’s World, Jane Campion and The Power of the Dog

If I think of Jane Campion, I think of wind whistling through a wide-open space carrying “tangible” ominosity.

A Hero – Best Non-English Language Movie According to Dora Endre

“A Hero” (2021) is the perfect new instalment in Farhadi’s universe – says Dora Endre about this new Iranian film.

Best of 2021: Dora Endre’s list of movies +1

Dora Endre, Hungarian artist, brings us the best movies of the past year. The honourable mention is a US-American movie called Pig.

Best of 2021: Dora Endre’s list of movies V.

Dora Endre, Hungarian artist, brings us the best movies of the past year. The fifth one is “Sir Alex Ferguson: Never Give In”.

Best of 2021: Dora Endre’s list of movies IV.

Dora Endre, Hungarian artist, brings us the best movies of the past year. The fourth one is “The Human Voice”.

Best of 2021: Dora Endre’s list of movies III.

Dora Endre, Hungarian artist, brings us the best movies of the past year. The third one is Riders of Justice.

Best of 2021: Dora Endre’s list of movies II.

Dora Endre, Hungarian artist, brings us the best movies of the past year. The second one is a Greek movie called Apples.

Best of 2021: Dora Endre’s list of movies I.

Dora Endre, Hungarian artist, brings us the best movies of the past year. The first one is “Quo Vadis, Aida?”.

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