NINA in Toronto

Contemporary World Cinema

16 August 2017

What happens when a divorcing couple can’t see the impact of their acrimony on their child ?

Twelve-year-old Nina is a talented competitive swimmer but her parents are too busy arguing to support her. Petra Fornayova and Robert Roth are excellent as the distracted parents, but it’s Bibiana Novakova as Nina who steals this one.

NINA, directed by Slovak filmmaker Juraj Lehotsky is in the Contemporary World Cinema section of TIFF.

13 February 2018 DOVLATOV

a film by Alexey German Jr.

Dovlatov is the new film by Alexey German Jr. (Silver Bear for Under Electric Clouds, Silver Lion for Paper Soldier) […]

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18 December 2017 Berlinale Competition for DOVLATOV

by Alexey German Jr.

The new film by Alexey German Jr., DOVLATOV about Russian writer Sergei Dovlatov is part of the 68th Berlinale Competition.

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14 December 2017 Hunting Season wins Top Prize in MACAO

Best film of the Festival

“The jury was impressed by Hunting Season’s fluid style and construction and by the precision of its directing. The film […]

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7 December 2017 Prize to Gukoroku – TRACES OF SIN

Best Cinematography

Director Kei Ishikawa has attended Kinotayo FF in Paris. This prize for Best Cinematography is especially shared with Piotr Niemyjski, […]

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6 November 2017 CRATER wins in Tokyo

Grand Jury Prize

We are very proud of our filmmakers Silvia Luzi and Luca Bellino and our two main protagonists, Sharon Caroccia and […]

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27 September 2017 TOKYO selects NAMME for World Premiere

COMPETITION

Georgian Filmmaker and Artist, Zaza Khalvashi ‘s beautiful film NAMME will World premiere in Tokyo FF. Italian first feature, CRATER by […]

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8 September 2017 Audience Award for Hunting Season in Venice

Natalia Garagiola wins in Venice

Shot in Patagonia, this intense father-son drama features Germàn Palacios (XXY ), Boy Olmi and newcomer Lautaro Bettoni as main […]

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