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IT CHOOSES YOU
Katarína Poliačiková18/2/2022
After winning a Sundance Festival workshop, Miranda July made her film debut in 2005 with her first feature film, Me and You and Everyone We Know. The film won The Caméra d'Or at the Cannes Film Festival, a special jury award at Sundance and more.
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The tunnels we dig will be visionary.
Saša Gabrižová16/12/2021
The balance of our proposal, working with artists in collaboration is naturally and foremostly honesty, dialogue, and a desire to learn from whom we are working with: It’s important to state clearly what we wish to do and where we imagine or wish for the result to be shown.
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Child sake a.k.a. After the dream
Šima Müllerová10/9/2020
What follows when the dream’s over? The circus art belongs to the past, so does the boyhood of a clown…
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Child sake a.k.a. Hadí nevadí
Šima Müllerová9/8/2020
Imagine seeing your mother hanging 70 feets over a hard floor and praying for giving her one more hug after…
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One Woman is Not Enough
Gabriela Gažová8/3/2020
At the beginning One of the first things I was asked by the admission committee at the film directing entrance…
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Identity is skin-deep
Lujza Zhang29/2/2020
The Skin I Live In is a 2011 film written and directed by Pedro Almodóvar Caballero. The plot of the film…
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Let’s talk about flab baby
Tomáš Procházka11/2/2020
On body positivity without toxic positivism Fat Front (r. Louise Unmack Kjeldsen, Louise Detlefsen, Denmark, Sweden, Norway, 2019, 90 min)…
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If we want to have future, we have to act
Denis Mačor4/2/2020
Alan Holly is an Irish filmmaker and animator that like to cover the topic of finiteness and ignorance of humanity.…
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On the ghosts we keep close and Brazilian cinema with Beatriz Seigner
Ivana Hucíková15/1/2020
Beatriz Seigner is an award winning Brazilian writer, director and producer best known for her recent film Los Silencios which…
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On Madness and Inner Beauty of Freedom
Peťa Sedláková11/12/2019
Joker (dir. Todd Phillips, USA, 2019, 122 min) One year ago, my knowledge on Joker only consisted of a few…
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Three-second long interview with Zanussi
Tereza Dodoková30/10/2019
„Zanussi is one of those authors who have known how to enrich a dialogue with a religious, metaphysical, or scientific…
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DRAG: A peek under the curtain into the unknown world
Lujza Zhang
Drag has recently become a phenomenon that has started to appear in every area of ​​pop culture. What is a…
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On clashing mythologies of history with Robert Greene
Tomáš Hudák10/9/2019
In the morning on 12th of July 1917, 1200 men were held at gunpoint by sheriff and 2000 deputized citizens…
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Identical enough
Anaslav Piňevsky21/7/2019
AN INTRODUCTION TO THE IMPLICATIONS OF PLEASURING ONESELF WITH GREAT APES There is no identity. No two things are quite…
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The old and the new Cannes. Has anything changed for female filmmakers? Part 2.
Flavia Dima26/6/2019
With Cannes now at a comfortable distance, there is one specific, viral incident that took place towards the end of…
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Hybrid states
Flavia Dima22/6/2019
INTERVIEW WITH NADAV LAPID Nadav Lapid’s third feature film is making waves across the festival circuit – Synonymes, the winner of…
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I am no Casanova
Flavia Dima29/5/2019
INTERVIEW WITH MARIANO LLINÁS “Beautiful, is it not?” Overlooking the ice-skating ring adjacent to the Stadpark, with its skaters reduced…
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The old and the new Cannes – has anything changed for female filmmakers?
Flavia Dima26/5/2019
After last year’s seemingly game-changing adoption of an equality pledge, culminating with an open stand-in protest of the industry’s most…
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Eva Sangiorgi: Festival has to give exposure to things that are forgotten
Flavia Dima18/5/2019
As the 56th edition of the Viennale is slowly drawing to a close, Eva Sangiorgi enters our interview room on…
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Shapes of intimacy. An interview with Adina Pintile.
Flavia Dima17/5/2019
Some fail to see what the big deal is. Others view it as a complete revelation, an experience of liberation…