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Dancing without freedom

Jorunn Myklebust Syversen: Disc

NORWEGIAN GAME MOVIE: Jorunn Myklebust Syversen's second feature film is a strong and disturbing depiction of social control in Norwegian Pentecostal church environments.

Community Dream Life

Joachim Trier: Thelma

: If everyone had had their fantasies realized, the world would have fallen apart in no time.

The context of the little things

Denis Villeneuve: Blade Runner 2049

: Who you are is found in the ability to tell the story of yourself, where memories and small details make up the warp in the loom.

When the end is good, everything is great!

: Seretse Khama and Ruth Williams were deported when they got married. Their history is now being used to uncover more abuses on the road to the self-determination of African colonial states.

Hedi's Arab Spring

: A Tunisian generational uprising springs from a bloodless love story. Can this bring liberation further?

Dear, don't be weird

: My dad Toni Erdmann. Screenplay and direction: Maren Ade.

: By taking their characters seriously, My Dad Toni Erdmann avoids the comedy genre's most obvious solutions.

The authentic staging

: More and more documentaries use elements from the feature film. This does not mean that what is portrayed becomes less authentic. 

The passing of time 

: Mia Hansen-Løve's new cinema film The day tomorrow revolves around how political engagement changes over time, and joins the ranks of her films about family dynamics and relationships. Here we give an overview of her films.