TO ACCOMMODATE is a well-chosen compilation of films, especially THE PUB by Joseph Pierce and THE OLD WOMAN by Ariane Mayer, writes Max Zeh.
As controversial as Rolf Eden is, THE BIG EDEN is nevertheless worth watching even for those who do not agree with his lifestyle, writes Max Zeh.
If one film from TO BE IN THE PRESENT should be put in the spotlight, it is GRACE by Keir & Dieudonnee Burrows, which beautifully portrays different characters whose fates are all linked, suggests Max Zeh.
The huge wobbly 3D seal elephants in THE PENGUIN KING 3D, described by great narrator David Attenborough as “blubbery and flatulent creatures”, are worth a watch, says Max Zeh.
We first met director Martin Bargiel at Cambridge Film Festival 2011. Max Zeh caught up with him to talk about his award winning short AUGENBLICKE, about an upcoming foray into feature film and about the foibles of film making in general.
One hundred years after the sinking of the RMS Titanic, James Cameron is re-releasing his TITANIC epic in 3D. This sadly draws the attention away from a re-release which should be rightly acknowledged: A NIGHT TO REMEMBER
When a film starts with someone pulling strange faces, it can negatively influence the audience’s perception. David Cronenberg’s A DANGEROUS METHOD quickly proves this first impression wrong, says Max Zeh.
If the Serbian drama WHITE WHITE WORLD (BELI BELI SVET) deserves a subtitle it would be ‘The Great Depression’. Filmed mostly in a shaky hand camera perspective, the connected stories of several inhabitants of the Serbian mining town Bor are told.
Max Zeh finds out: On how many mediums can one produce a film?
Max Zeh reviews this 3D documentary about toads.