Women’s empowerment means different things to different people, but to us women, it generally stands for three things: equality, the power to make our own choices and the opportunity to make said choices. From March 8th to March 10th, an international feminist exhibition will showcase an incredible number of sublime works that channel women’s empowerment, […]

The growing divide within social classes is a global problem, and the contemporary Iranian society is no exception. With his feature debut Dressage, director Pooya Badkoobeh brings attention to this divide from a fresh angle – through the eyes of a stubborn teen girl whose story serves to shed a light not only on the […]

It takes courage to follow your heart, and the pain of self-discovery is at times hard to endure. This is the journey that awaits Marco (a superb performance by the emerging actor Walter Rodriguez), the young protagonist of Marilyn. Marilyn – a directorial feature debut from Martín Rodríguez Redondo, an Argentinian filmmaker – is based on […]

After her feature debut Brides, which won the Panorama Audience award at the 64th Berlinale, Georgian filmmaker Tinatin Kajrishvili returns with another drama that delves into intimate human relationships – Horizon (Horizonti), which had its world premiere last week in the Panorama section of the 68th Berlin International Film Festival. Giorgi (George Bochorishvili), known to […]

“I would rather talk to animals than to people,” exclaims Koen – pigs, piglets, chickens, roosters… in the eyes of the boy, they are all his true friends. Koen, Sven, Daan and Jeanin live on different farms somewhere in The Netherlands, they go about their lives while helping their families with basic chores on the land […]

How much passion does it take for a person to take on a task of making a movie such as Loving Vincent? Probably a lot, since it took almost a decade to bring the sublime production – the world’s first full-length painted animation, consisting of about 65,000 paintings, painted with oil paint on canvas – […]

Nora Twomey, an Irish animator and filmmaker, studied animation at Ballyfermot College in Dublin. In 1999, she co-founded – alongside Paul Young and Tomm Moore – Cartoon Saloon. Her journey into filmmaking started in 2002, when she directed From Darkness, an award-winning animated short. With Tomm Moore, she co-directed the beautiful animated feature film The […]

For over 80 years, superheroes have ignited fans’ imaginations around the world; that is eight decades of history, full of ups and downs – and eight decades of adventures of various iconic heroes. Sadly, while white superheroes were praised during these decades, black characters got pushed to the margin. It was only in 2016 that […]

Can any of us really comprehend that Daniel Day-Lewis now ended his acting career? Hear me weep… Daniel Day-Lewis, one of the most awarded (three Oscars under his belt) and the most fastidious – he had always carefully chosen his projects – actors out there, gave his farewell performance in Paul Thomas Anderson’s Phantom Thread. […]

Maze Runner: The Death Cure, directed by Wes Ball and written by T.S. Nowlin, is the final chapter of the popular saga about the young protagonist Thomas (Dylan O’Brien) and his friends. Thomas has been running around ragged during the first two of The Maze Runner series. Initially, he had to escape the Maze with his Glader friends in the […]