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‘Superior’ – A Stylish But Shallow 80s Psychodrama: Review

Expanding on a short of the same name released in 2015, Erin Vassilopoulos’ debut feature is a study of identity, masquerading as a psychodrama. Superior knits together the lives of twin sisters who are long estranged at the beginning of the film. Following the timelessly popular current of Hollywood twin stories, these two women (played by […]Read More

‘Fragile.com’- A Disturbing Tale Of Objectification: FGBFF Review

In general, online stars tend to adopt a smiley persona to entertain their viewers. However, the short film Fragile.com—streamed to both German and international audiences in this year’s virtual Final Girls Berlin Film Festival—imagines an alternate universe where sad girls are celebrated for exhibiting their misery on camera. As she sits sobbing in a cafe […]Read More

Luca Guadagnino to premiere his new series, ‘We Are Who

A new series We Are Who We Are, (2020) directed by Italian filmmaker Luca Guadagnino, is set to premiere at this year’s San Sebastian film festival. Guadagnino, well-known for his previous works Call Me By Your Name (2017) and Suspiria (2018), has co-written his latest project with Paolo Giordano and Francesca Manieri, and once again […]Read More

Berlin Film Festival to drop awards differentiated by gender

The Berlin International Film Festival, Berlinale, has made two big announcements regarding its 2021 event. First, they have stated that the event will go ahead as physically planned. The linked EFM (European Film Market), at which film and media industry professionals come together to trade film and audiovisual content, will be run on a ‘hybrid […]Read More

Programme Announced for We Are One: A Global Film Festival

After the announcement came that 21 worldwide festivals—including the Berlin Film Festival, Cannes Film Festival and Venice Film Festival—had teamed up for We Are One: A Global Film Festival, hype was palpable. The line-up has finally been unveiled, and although it may not be stuffed full of exciting premieres like a physical film festival, it […]Read More

YouTube announces Free Virtual Film Festival ‘We Are One’

As COVID-19 continues to upset the cinematic calendar, film festivals have been forced to cancel or postpone en masse. In the wake of such disruption, YouTube and Tribeca Enterprises (the organisation behind New York City’s Tribeca Film Festival) have partnered to bring us an entirely virtual film festival named “We Are One: A Global Film […]Read More