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No film lovers on their underwear: our verdict of the 58th edition of Karlovy Vary

 

Victor Fraga - 08-07-2024

For the first time, DMovies' editor Victor Fraga attends the Karlovy Vary International Film Festival, the last one of the large European festivals on his list; these are the winners, our dirty picks, and impressions [Read More...]

Banzo

Margarida Cardoso
2024

Victor Fraga - 07-07-2024

Very sad disease kills plantation labourers in Africa, in this extremely sombre allegory of Portuguese colonialism - from the Crystal Globe Competition of the 58th Karlovy Vary International Film Festival [Read More...]

Second Chance

Subhadra Mahajan
2024

Victor Fraga - 07-07-2024

Big-city woman escapes to the idyllic Himalayas in order to recover from a physical and also from a psychological wound - Indian drama premieres at the 58th Karlovy Vary International Film Festival [Read More...]

Cabo Negro

Abdellah Taïa
2024

Victor Fraga - 06-07-2024

Two young Moroccans experience homosexual love and prostitution, in this delicate tale of oppression and liberation - from the 58th edition of Karlovy Vary [Read More...]

Nothing in its Place (Hiçbir Sey Yerinde Değil)

Burak Çevik
2024

Victor Fraga - 06-07-2024

Ultranationalists bust left wing pacifist cell, in the real-life story set in Turkey during the late 1970s - from the Proxima Competition of the 58th Karlovy Vary International Film Festival [Read More...]

Tiny Lights (Svetylka)

Beata Parkanová
2024

Victoria Luxford - 05-07-2024

We are invited to view the trials of a family through the eyes of their youngest member - Beata Parkanová’s inventive, thoughtful drama is in the Crystal Globe Competition of the 58th Karlovy Vary International Film Festival [Read More...]

Our dirty questions to Mark Cousins

 

Victor Fraga - 05-07-2024

DMovies's editor Victor Fraga interviews Irish director Mark Cousins at Karlovy Vary, where he showcases his latest creation at the Crystal Globe Competition; they talk about the relationship between painting and the moving image, playing films backwards, neurodiversity as a catalyst for creativity, tattoos, the new UK PM, Palestine, and more [Read More...]

The Human Hibernation

Anna Cornudella
2024

Victor Fraga - 04-07-2024

Quiet and exuberant arthouse film ruminates on the sensory bond between humans and animals - from the 58th edition of Karlovy Vary [Read More...]

Pierce (Cì Xin Qiè Gŭ)

Nelicia Low
2024

Victor Fraga - 03-07-2024

Two brothers fence for their dignity, in this strange tale of fraternal loyalty and queer love - in the Official Competition of the 58th Karlovy Vary International Film Festival [Read More...]

Loveable (Elskling)

Lilja Ingolfsdottir
2024

Victor Fraga - 03-07-2024

Maria's perfect, happy marriage begins to collapse for no apparent reason, in this this humanistic Norwegian drama - in the Official Competition of the 58th Karlovy Vary International Film Festival [Read More...]

Stranger (Ju Wai Ren)

Zhengfan Yang
2024

Victor Fraga - 03-07-2024

People find catharsis and oppression within the walls of their hotel room, uuin this mysterious episodic drama from China - at the 58th edition of Karlovy Vary [Read More...]


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No film lovers on their underwear: our verdict of the 58th edition of Karlovy Vary
For the first time, DMovies' editor Victor Fraga attends the Karlovy Vary International Film Festival, the last one of the large European festivals on his list; these are the winners, our dirty picks, and impressions [Read More...]

Banzo
Very sad disease kills plantation labourers in Africa, in this extremely sombre allegory of Portuguese colonialism - from the Crystal Globe Competition of the 58th Karlovy Vary International Film Festival [Read More...]

Second Chance
Big-city woman escapes to the idyllic Himalayas in order to recover from a physical and also from a psychological wound - Indian drama premieres at the 58th Karlovy Vary International Film Festival [Read More...]

Cabo Negro
Two young Moroccans experience homosexual love and prostitution, in this delicate tale of oppression and liberation - from the 58th edition of Karlovy Vary [Read More...]

Nothing in its Place (Hiçbir Sey Yerinde Değil)
Ultranationalists bust left wing pacifist cell, in the real-life story set in Turkey during the late 1970s - from the Proxima Competition of the 58th Karlovy Vary International Film Festival [Read More...]

Tiny Lights (Svetylka)
We are invited to view the trials of a family through the eyes of their youngest member - Beata Parkanová’s inventive, thoughtful drama is in the Crystal Globe Competition of the 58th Karlovy Vary International Film Festival [Read More...]

Our dirty questions to Mark Cousins
DMovies's editor Victor Fraga interviews Irish director Mark Cousins at Karlovy Vary, where he showcases his latest creation at the Crystal Globe Competition; they talk about the relationship between painting and the moving image, playing films backwards, neurodiversity as a catalyst for creativity, tattoos, the new UK PM, Palestine, and more [Read More...]

The Human Hibernation
Quiet and exuberant arthouse film ruminates on the sensory bond between humans and animals - from the 58th edition of Karlovy Vary [Read More...]

Pierce (Cì Xin Qiè Gŭ)
Two brothers fence for their dignity, in this strange tale of fraternal loyalty and queer love - in the Official Competition of the 58th Karlovy Vary International Film Festival [Read More...]

Loveable (Elskling)
Maria's perfect, happy marriage begins to collapse for no apparent reason, in this this humanistic Norwegian drama - in the Official Competition of the 58th Karlovy Vary International Film Festival [Read More...]

Stranger (Ju Wai Ren)
People find catharsis and oppression within the walls of their hotel room, uuin this mysterious episodic drama from China - at the 58th edition of Karlovy Vary [Read More...]

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