Film

Routes: a humanising look at migrants’ journeys across the Balkans

Routes: a humanising look at migrants’ journeys across the Balkans

Road to Paris follows the sequin-studded ballroom odyssey of one Ukrainian family in the 1990s

Road to Paris follows the sequin-studded ballroom odyssey of one Ukrainian family in the 1990s

History of Civilisation is a meditative short film on the pains of leaving things behind | Film of the Week

History of Civilisation is a meditative short film on the pains of leaving things behind | Film of the Week

Dead Souls’ Vacation: an intimate look at mental health and contemporary life in Georgia | Film of the Week

Dead Souls’ Vacation: an intimate look at mental health and contemporary life in Georgia | Film of the Week

Lana Gogoberidze: the feminist filmmaker at the centre of a Georgian cinematic dynasty

Lana Gogoberidze: the feminist filmmaker at the centre of a Georgian cinematic dynasty

Directed by Garo Berberian, Taniel is a cinematic ode to an Armenian poetic luminary

Directed by Garo Berberian, Taniel is a cinematic ode to an Armenian poetic luminary

Rhythms of Lost Time: an otherworldly journey in the fight to preserve Tajikistan’s ancient musical rituals

Rhythms of Lost Time: an otherworldly journey in the fight to preserve Tajikistan’s ancient musical rituals

How Polish director Wanda Jakubowska used her own experience in Auschwitz to create ‘the mother of all Holocaust movies’

How Polish director Wanda Jakubowska used her own experience in Auschwitz to create ‘the mother of all Holocaust movies’

Exhilarating experimental film Microcassette is set atop a fantasy island garbage heap | Film of the Week

Exhilarating experimental film Microcassette is set atop a fantasy island garbage heap | Film of the Week

A prison without walls: Yakut drama Nuuccha traces the lives of families forced to care for Siberia’s exiles

A prison without walls: Yakut drama Nuuccha traces the lives of families forced to care for Siberia’s exiles

How the discovery of a 1941 amateur 8mm camera roll unearthed the history of Warsaw’s ghetto

How the discovery of a 1941 amateur 8mm camera roll unearthed the history of Warsaw’s ghetto

50 years of Cheburashka: why the Soviet Union’s best-loved cartoon character is still winning hearts after half a century

50 years of Cheburashka: why the Soviet Union’s best-loved cartoon character is still winning hearts after half a century

80 years after being seized by the Nazis, avant-garde masterpiece Europa is getting its world premiere | Film of the Week

80 years after being seized by the Nazis, avant-garde masterpiece Europa is getting its world premiere | Film of the Week

Qara Film Festival: Kazakh documentary film festival kicks off with award-winning programme

Qara Film Festival: Kazakh documentary film festival kicks off with award-winning programme

Sátántangó is a 7-hour apocalyptic masterpiece about human sorrow | Film of the Week

Sátántangó is a 7-hour apocalyptic masterpiece about human sorrow | Film of the Week

A railway romance: Compartment No. 6 captures the magic of chance encounters aboard a Moscow-Murmansk train

A railway romance: Compartment No. 6 captures the magic of chance encounters aboard a Moscow-Murmansk train

The Calvert Journal Film Festival 2021

The Calvert Journal Film Festival 2021

The Calvert Journal Film Festival launches 2021 edition

The Calvert Journal Film Festival launches 2021 edition

Unclenching the Fists: a young North Ossetian woman’s odyssey to freedom

Unclenching the Fists: a young North Ossetian woman’s odyssey to freedom

Lithuanian crime thriller Pilgrims wins top award at Venice Film Festival

Lithuanian crime thriller Pilgrims wins top award at Venice Film Festival