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by Joe Biglin Feature Articles Festival Coverage Film

Berlin International Film Festival 2019 – Dispatch 2

February 19, 2019

The 69th Berlinale ran from February 7 – 17. Our own Joe Biglin was there, and is continuing to file dispatches from the fest (delayed due to a crapped-out computer). This second dispatch (here’s the first) includes an insta-polarizing serial killer film from Fatih Akin (The Golden Glove), a satire about evil men (God Exists, Her Name is Petrunya), and a feature-length troll from rising avant-star Angela Schanelec (I Was at Home, But). Nearly everything and everybody is disgusting in Fatih Akin’s The Golden…

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by InRO Staff Festival Coverage Film

New Directors/New Films 2017 – Dispatch 2

The 46th edition of New Directors/New Films concluded this past Sunday with Dustin Guy Defa’s much-discussed Person to Person. Our final dispatch from the festival takes a look at Guy Defa’s “pleasantly low-key” film; tries to parse the intensions of Alain Della Negra and Kaori Kinoshita’s docu-drama hybrid on a UFO-worshipping cult; revisits Angela…

March 29, 2017
by Lawrence Garcia Festival Coverage Film

Vancouver Film Festival 2016 – Dispatch 3

The 35th Vancouver International Film Festival wrapped on October 14th, capping a two–week marathon of cinema gorging. This third and final dispatch covers two acclaimed holdovers from the Locarno Film Festival, The Dreamed Path and The Human Surge; films from Eugene Green (Son of Joseph) and Hong Sangsoo…

October 20, 2016
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