The new film from Lav Diaz breaks from the traditions of his previous work in many ways, resulting in one of his strongest works to date.
In our second conversation with George Gittoes, we talked to the director about receiving the Sydney Peace Prize, his most recent work, and his future relationship with the city of Jalalabad.
BAPFF affirms its position as one of Australia’s most consistent, albeit youngest festivals, with its stunning 2016 programme.
THE ORNITHOLOGIST is one of Joao Pedro Rodrigues’ most conceptually impressive films, cementing him as one of Portugal’s most impressive filmmakers.
BANGKOK NITES certifies Katsuya Tomita as one of Japan’s most important filmmakers working today, as a winding, layered, and thought-provoking meditation on history and identity.
Anocha Suwichakornpong’s first feature since her 2009 debut MUNDANE HISTORY is a compelling portrayal of creative process and the inability to transcend Earthly limitations.
CORRESPONDÊNCIAS is an alluring look at epistolary intimacies, that unfortunately alienates in its obtuseness and length.
We spoke to Akihiko Shiota at Locarno to talk about his latest film WET WOMAN IN THE WIND, the roman porno genre that it seeks to remould, and the manner in which Shiota approached making such a particular film.
We spoke to Katsuya Tomita at Locarno to talk about his latest film BANGKOK NITES, the intersections shared in Japan and Thailand’s histories and identity, the process behind the film, and the inspiration other filmmakers had on the work.
We spoke to Anocha Suwichakornpong at Locarno to talk about her latest film BY THE TIME IT GETS DARK, the process behind the work, and the broader cinematic landscape within Thailand today.