Film

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

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

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

The Party and the Guests: the absurdist film that was ‘banned forever’ in communist Czechoslovakia

The Party and the Guests: the absurdist film that was ‘banned forever’ in communist Czechoslovakia

The Elegy of Laurel: Dušan Kasalica spins a frantic modern fairy tale from the depths of a Montenegro forest

The Elegy of Laurel: Dušan Kasalica spins a frantic modern fairy tale from the depths of a Montenegro forest

Lithuanian crime thriller Pilgrims wins top award at Venice Film Festival

Lithuanian crime thriller Pilgrims wins top award at Venice Film Festival

Yellow Cat follows one man’s impossible dream to build a cinema in the Kazakh steppe | Film of the Week

Yellow Cat follows one man’s impossible dream to build a cinema in the Kazakh steppe | Film of the Week

Kirill Serebrennikov’s Petrov’s Flu is an unsettling, timely pandemic delirium

Kirill Serebrennikov’s Petrov’s Flu is an unsettling, timely pandemic delirium

Learning Russian: The Calvert Journal’s ultimate cultural guide

Learning Russian: The Calvert Journal’s ultimate cultural guide

10 era-defining Polish films from the 50s to the present day

10 era-defining Polish films from the 50s to the present day

Elizaveta Svilova: the woman behind The Man With a Movie Camera

Elizaveta Svilova: the woman behind The Man With a Movie Camera

Enter Through The Balcony is a tender love letter to the microcosmic worlds of makeshift balconies | Film of the Week

Enter Through The Balcony is a tender love letter to the microcosmic worlds of makeshift balconies | Film of the Week

Behind the surreal, satirical lens of Binka Zhelyazkova, Bulgaria’s prolific female director

Behind the surreal, satirical lens of Binka Zhelyazkova, Bulgaria’s prolific female director

Colors of Tobi: an intimate story of queerness and family in contemporary Hungary

Colors of Tobi: an intimate story of queerness and family in contemporary Hungary

Epic journeys, crime thrillers and Keanu Reeves: Siberia through the eyes of foreign filmmakers

Epic journeys, crime thrillers and Keanu Reeves: Siberia through the eyes of foreign filmmakers

Letter from the Sarajevo Film Festival: how cinema brought new life to the heart of Bosnia and Herzegovina

Letter from the Sarajevo Film Festival: how cinema brought new life to the heart of Bosnia and Herzegovina

Balabanov’s ganster film ‘Brat’ shook, explained and defined 90s Russia | Film of the Week

Balabanov’s ganster film ‘Brat’ shook, explained and defined 90s Russia | Film of the Week

7 highlights not to miss from the Sarajevo Film Festival 2021

7 highlights not to miss from the Sarajevo Film Festival 2021