James takes a look at this Norwegian coming of age tale of a 15 year old girl who is a bit obsessed with sex.
As PIFF winds down this weekend, Andrew takes a look at the new documentary highlighting the Pentagram frontman, Bobby Liebling.
Sometimes a film expands upon it’s quirky title. And other times a film has only a title to go by. This is the latter.
Does this film deserve its Oscar nod for Best Animated feature?
A Brazilian village with only eleven elderly inhabitants are changed by the appearance of a young photographer in Julia Murat’s first narrative feature.
Shindo’s final film is a moving reminiscence of grief and endurance in the aftermath of World War II.
A documentary about art, architecture and persistent creativity in post-revolutionary Cuba.
A startlingly insightful look at painter Gerhard Richter, and the indescribable creative process, in this observational documentary.
The latest film from Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne is one of their best yet.
Film is the first feature from the nation of Samoa.
Film is part of this year’s PIFF lineup, and was Greece’s submission for this year’s Best Foreign Language Film.