Young Critics 2021
Film Fest Gent
12 > 23 october 2021
CINEA highlights film heritage in all its intriguing facets and all its incarnations from the late nineteenth century until today, always from a film-historical and aesthetic standpoint: filmmakers have thousands of secrets, CINEA lets you in on them!
photogénie #10 — In and Out of Musicals 5 Articles in issue
An exploration of the film musical’s almost unwieldy power of toppling over any steady boundaries between reality and fiction.
5 Articles in issue
In Love with the Modern World
Jack Seibert on the tension between documentation and mythology in Frank Tashlin's early rock n’ roll musical 'The Girl Can’t Help It'.
…And Beguiling: The Reconstructed Musicals of Terence Davies and Tsai Ming-liang
Patrick Preziosi shows the complementary ways Tsai Ming-liang and Terence Davies use musical numbers to confront the burden of history.
For Love Alone: The Sax Appeal of ‘Nha Fala’
Joseph Pomp looks at Flora Gomes's “glocal” musical 'Nha Fala', focussing on its healing powers and propensity for moving across cultures.
When the Mermaid Can No Longer Sing: ‘The Lure’ and the Musical of the New Europe
Savina Petkova illuminates how Agnieszka Smoczyńska 'The Lure' stresses the genre’s porosity, enabling it to think through the body.
Technoboss: Searching for a Musical Neorealism
Cláudio Alves doubles down on the musical’s fraught relationship with realism through an analysis of João Nicolau's 'Technoboss'.
Soleil Ô (1967)
David Vanden Bossche over Med Hondo's 'Soleil Ô' (1967).
In a Lonely Place (1950)
Anke Brouwers over Nicholas Ray's 'In a Lonely Place' (1950).
De man die zijn haar kort liet knippen (1965)
Gertjan Willems over André Delvaux' 'De man die zijn haar kort liet knippen' (1965).
La última cena (1976)
David Vanden Bossche over Tomás Gutiérrez Alea's 'La última cena' (1976).