Film

The Calvert Journal Film Festival

The Calvert Journal Film Festival

Radu Jude: where to start with his films

Radu Jude: where to start with his films

Soviet classic The Irony of Fate is getting a Hollywood remake

Soviet classic The Irony of Fate is getting a Hollywood remake

Submissions now open for The Calvert Journal Film Festival 2021

Submissions now open for The Calvert Journal Film Festival 2021

Watch online: Zana is a poetic Kosovar drama on motherhood after war

Watch online: Zana is a poetic Kosovar drama on motherhood after war

Looking for Venera: a coming of age and emancipation story in today’s Kosovo

Looking for Venera: a coming of age and emancipation story in today’s Kosovo

Tzarevna Scaling: a contemporary coming-of-age story set in a Tatar baroque dreamworld

Tzarevna Scaling: a contemporary coming-of-age story set in a Tatar baroque dreamworld

Russian director withdraws from festival after opposition leader Navalny nominated for prize

Russian director withdraws from festival after opposition leader Navalny nominated for prize

How Larisa Shepitko’s pursuit of truth produced a searing legacy of anti-war films

How Larisa Shepitko’s pursuit of truth produced a searing legacy of anti-war films

Bad Luck Banging or Loony Porn, or Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex (and the Pandemic)

Bad Luck Banging or Loony Porn, or Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex (and the Pandemic)

What Do We See When We Look at The Sky?: Unfolding director Alexandre Koberidze’s whimsical Georgian fairytale

What Do We See When We Look at The Sky?: Unfolding director Alexandre Koberidze’s whimsical Georgian fairytale

Art under authoritarianism: the documentary portraying the courage of Belarus’ pro-democracy protesters

Art under authoritarianism: the documentary portraying the courage of Belarus’ pro-democracy protesters

Misha: the tragic story of the Uzbek-Korean soccer star who became a Soviet icon

Misha: the tragic story of the Uzbek-Korean soccer star who became a Soviet icon

Loony Porn: Radu Jude scoops top Berlinale prize with sex tape satire

Loony Porn: Radu Jude scoops top Berlinale prize with sex tape satire

Moldovan director wins the Golden Bear for short film confronting her childhood abuser

Moldovan director wins the Golden Bear for short film confronting her childhood abuser

Emir Kusturica: where to start with his films

Emir Kusturica: where to start with his films

My Favorite War: the animated memoir on growing up in Cold War Latvia

My Favorite War: the animated memoir on growing up in Cold War Latvia

Berlinale defends screening of Nagorno-Karabakh film amid online ‘propaganda’ controversy

Berlinale defends screening of Nagorno-Karabakh film amid online ‘propaganda’ controversy

The Earth is as Blue as an Orange: director Iryna Tsylik on the struggles of coming of age amid the war in Donbas

The Earth is as Blue as an Orange: director Iryna Tsylik on the struggles of coming of age amid the war in Donbas

Human tragedies made into spectacle take centre stage in Jakub Piątek’s Prime Time

Human tragedies made into spectacle take centre stage in Jakub Piątek’s Prime Time