Cast Away Diva — On the Monstrosity of Pasolini’s ‘Medea’
Michaël Van Remoortere delves into the core of Greek myths by focusing on Pier Paolo Pasolini’s 'Medea' (1969).
Patrick Preziosi on memory and artistic creation in 'The Souvenir Part II' and B.S. Johnson’s novel 'The Unfortunates'.
Luise Mörke on Joachim Trier's 'The Worst Person in the World'.
Nazeeh Alghazawneh on Fabrice du Welz's 'Inexorable'.
Jack Seibert on Elene Naveriani's 'Wet Sand'.
Hanne Schelstraete on Gaspar Noé's 'Vortex'.
Jovana Gjorgjiovska on Clara Roquet's 'Libertad'.
Nazeeh Alghazawneh on Alexandre Koberidze's 'What Do We See When We Look at the Sky? '.
Luise Mörke on Ramon & Silvan Zürcher's 'Das Mädchen und die Spinne'.
Jack Seibert on Nathalie Álvarez Mesén's 'Clara Sola'.
Hanne Schelstraete on Jonas Carpignano's 'A Chiara'.
Jovana Gjorgjiovska on Natalya Merkulova & Aleksey Chupov's 'Captain Volkonogov Escaped'.
Jack Seibert on Apichatpong Weerasethakul's 'Memoria'.
Nazeeh Alghazawneh on Laura Wandel's 'Un monde'.
Jovana Gjorgjiovska on Christos Nikou's 'Apples'.
Hanne Schelstraete on Pablo Larraín's 'Spencer'.
Luise Mörke on Jessica Beshir's 'Faya Dayi'.
A closer look at how Greek cinema addresses the question of freedom from the 1950s onwards, in ways both conventional and unconventional.
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Stefan Goncharov dives into a thorough discussion of Yannis Economides’s nihilistic filmography.
Savina Petkova details how Athina Rachel Tsangari fleshes out the confining experiences one goes through when overcome by suspicion.