Alongside fiction films depicting emerging voices, nine of the Panorma sidebar’s 45 features are documentaries about creative talents.
These films depict in distinctive ways the process of coping with and even accepting the dead’s presence in our lives.
These films suggest the cinema as another place where we can simulate and reflect on life within and surrounded by natural landscapes.
There’s a good chance that a female filmmaker will walk away with the Golden Bear for the second year in a row.
A melancholy air blows through every haunted frame of Hong Sang-soo’s On the Beach at Night Alone.
Aki Kaurismäki rhymes his characters’ feelings of alienation to the mise-en-scène’s pastel blues and decaying browns.
Luca Guadagnino’s film proves affecting as a chronicle of a young man learning to embrace his more emotional side.
The film’s approach to exploring the Sonoran Desert and topic of immigration often veers toward the avant-garde.
In The Dinner, writer-director Oren Moverman wastes no time in establishing a tone of grandiose scabrousness.
Compared to its predecessor, director Danny Boyle’s T2 Trainspotting is a relatively aimless and sedate experience.