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Young Critics recensie: Gagarine
Samen met Cinea en filmtijdschrift photogénie organiseert Film Fest Gent jaarlijks de Young Critics Workshop waarbij aanstormende critici van over de hele ...Lees meer
Young Critic NJ Nuñez over 'The Favourite'
Slaps precede sweet talk and lovers’ tussles are primal and sexually charged in Yorgos Lanthimos’ ‘The Favourite’ (2018). Sex and power prove to be ...Lees meer
Young Critic Ruairí McCann over 'The Wild Pear Tree'
Out of the several literary giants that director Nuri Bilge Ceylan namechecks in the end credits of ‘The Wild Pear Tree’, Dostoevsky seems to have the ...Lees meer
Young Critic Patrick Preziosi over 'I Do Not Care If We Go Down in History as Barbarians'
The title of “I Do Not Care If We Go Down in History As Barbarians” comes as part of a larger monologue about halfway through Radu Jude’s newest filmic hybrid ...Lees meer
Young Critic Savina Petkova over 'Wildlife'
Brisk honesty in long takes is the main character in actor Paul Dano’s debut feature Wildlife (2018). The anthropomorphised camera is the unnamed sibling in ...Lees meer
Young Critic Patrick Preziosi over 'Cold War': "An Epic in Miniature"
Where a typical facet of film epics is their sprawl, Paweł Pawlikowski’s 'Cold War' chooses instead to go the miniature, episodic route, delivering a 15-year ...Lees meer
Young Critics: '1945' door Debbie Onuoha
Father and son step off a train and the entire town is thrown into frenzy. From this basic premise, Ferenc Török’s '1945' (2017) evokes a full range of ...Lees meer
Young Critics: 'A Man of Integrity' door Joseph Pomp
“Burying the lede” is an allegation usually leveled at journalists, but it could be reasonably applied to the one Iranian film that came to Cannes this year ...Lees meer