As Midnight Sun Forever begins today in a new form, it's important to remember the beating heart of the festival is the people, not the location.
Posts published in “Festivals”
A stunning portrait of father and son relationships, EL FATHER is also one of the best documentaries about the power of filmmaking ever made.
A landmark portrait of identity, KELET is a touching reminder that no matter who you are, you are not alone.
Spellbinding and horrific, Tomasz Wolski's found footage documentary is an important document of our past — and a warning for our future.
Visions Du Réel will premiere its selection of documentaries from around the world online this year. Here are ten films you shouldn't miss.
Constantly surprising, endlessly inventive, and hysterically funny, THE ODD FAMILY is a knockout. It’s the kind of genre movie that is a joy to discover, and even better when shared.
The slow burn storytelling asks a lot from the viewer, but the nuanced directing and stellar acting make this neo-western well worth the effort.
Helsinki Cine Aasia Film Festival is back for the eight time this year. Here are the four films we can't wait to see.
I met with Nina Ijäs, the co-writer and editor of HOPE FROZEN, at DocPoint 2020 to talk about her career — and how to approach death as a topic.