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An invigorating chance to see an artistic and emotion-driven creative process at work, writes Katie Duggan.
Khoshbakht allows us many rare glimpses into a domestic cinema which vanished with the revolution.
A sumptuous score, compelling characters, and beautiful visuals ensure that this former play finds its place as a film.
Elena Trappe conjures impeccable performances from her cast in the touching and funny DISTANCES.
All human life is in SO LONG, MY SON – as well as a fascinating insight into Chinese life in a time of social upheaval.
The period of Britain under the Commonwealth of the Cromwell’s is, quite frankly, a little known part of our nation’s history. This is in contrast with its immediate predecessor, the English Civil War, which is widely studied, as is the Georgian period that comes relatively soon afterwards. As a result, audiences going to see FANNY … Continue reading Fanny Lye Deliver’d
In Levan Akin’s third feature, AND THEN WE DANCED, comes a tale of innate bravery, masterful performances, and a promising story of youthful ambition and the hurdles that must be overcome to attain glory for a young gay dancer in a conservative country. In a studio in Georgia, professional dancer Merab (Levan Gelbakhani) recites a … Continue reading And Then We Danced
A GIRL MISSING is a deeply interesting film with multiple elements that make its impact worth noting. Sammy Andie Bennett reviews the NYFF selection.
From the excellent soundtrack to the naturalist cinematography, THE GOLD-LADEN SHEEP AND THE SACRED MOUNTAIN is a meditative film that looks at the duality of nature.