The great names in cinema
| 100 minutes | 2018
Once again, the Iranian filmmaker defies his officially-imposed house arrest and filming ban to deliver a portrait of three women in today’s Iran. Using the bare-bones resources at his disposal, Panahi cobbles together a fascinating road movie with an isolated mountain region as its destination. The film stars Panahi himself and actress Benhaz Jafari as they set out to find a young girl married against her will and forcibly removed from school by her parents. In many ways reminiscent of his previous film, Taxi Téhéran (2015), this new opus is a tender, unsentimental look at the paradoxes of a changing society.
Best screenplay - Cannes Film Festival
Bruno Dumont is one of those great filmmakers who took to the series format effortlessly, taking advantage of the setup to exploit their singularity,...
FRANCE | 100 minutes | 2018
For his thirteenth feature, the Chinese filmmaker follows a couple embroiled in the local underworld of Datong City. Taking up his favourite themes —...
CHINA , France | 100 minutes | 2018
Powerfully as ever, Rithy Panh continues documenting the horrific Cambodian genocide perpetrated by the Khmer Rouge in the late 1980s, which Panh lived...
FRANCE , Cambodia | 100 minutes | 2018
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