Daily reports from the Edinburgh International Film Festival 2014.
What is exciting at the Edinburgh International Film Festival 2014.
The Opening Night Gala: Hyena and the party.
The uneven cadavre exquis and one meditative genre shifter: Letters from the South and Soul.
Expectations and disappointments: La última pelicula and Manakamana.
And at the fourth day the light (screen light, that is) shone brighter: Ice Poison, September, The Invisible Life.
Ways of Seeing, Violet and Snowpiercer: Triumphant excesses on a quiet 5th day.
From Midi Z to blooming competition: The Palace on the Sea, Stations of the Cross and Sorrow and Joy.
Nathan Silver’s Uncertain Terms – a melancholic picture of what life was for a brief moment.
Shahram Mokri’s Fish and Cat: An impressive one take journey of perception and memory.
Au revoir l’été and The Owners: When films need a life of their own.
As always with Miguel Gomes, my expectations were largely surpassed.
The Japanese Dog and Journey to the West.
Almendras’ To Kill a Man and Tsai Ming-liang’s Stray Dogs: On alienation and dignity – two men’s journey towards extreme loneliness.