sections: Review

F4.17China, 87. The OthersWill Tizard from Variety on the Opus Bonum selection China 87. The Others by Violaine de VillersWill Tizard
F2.17Máme tlakovú níž / Richard Müller: Nepoznaný
F1.17Also Known as JihadiWill Tizard from Variety on the Opus Bonum selection Also Known as Jihadi byEric BaudelaireWill Tizard
F1.17The Lust for PowerWill Tizard from Variety on Opus Bonum selection The Lust for Power by Tereza Nvotová (world premiere).Will Tizard
F1.17On the Edge of Freedom Sydney Levine from SydneysBuzz on First Lights selection On the Edge of Freedom by Jens Lengerke and Anita Mathal Hopland (central European premiere). Sydney Levine
F3.17Acts and IntermissionsColin Beckett on Opus Bonum selection Acts and Intermissions by Child Abigail (internationale premiere).Colin Beckett
F3.17Enticing Sugary Boundless or Songs and Dances about DeathColin Beckett on Between the Seas selection Enticing Sugary Boundless or Songs and Dances about Death by Tetiana Khodakivska and Oleksandr Stekolenko (world premiere). Colin Beckett
F5.17The WallNick Holdsworth on Opus Bonum selecetion The Wall by Dmitry Bogolubov (world premiere).Nick Holdsworth
F4.17MissingDominik Kamalzadeh from Der Standard on Opus Bonum selection Missing by Sharifi Farahnaz (world premiere).Dominik Kamalzadeh
F1.17Day 32Colin Beckett on Opus Bonum selection Day 32 by Almeida Andre Valentim (international premiere). Colin Beckett
F5.17MeteorsNeil Young from Sight & Sound on First Lights selection Meteors by Gürcan Keltek (East European premiere).Neil Young
F2.17Fascinations: UprootedDaniel Walber, the film critic from Nonfics on the Fascinations program Uprooted. Daniel Walber
F1.17Fascinations: TrajectoriesDaniel Walber, the film critic from Nonfics on the Fascinations program Trajectories. Daniel Walber
F4.17A Volatile Tale Canadian experimental filmmaker and writer Mike Hoolboom about Opus Bonum selection A Volatile Tale by Carla Vestroni (world premiere). Mike Hoolboom
F1.17Save the Whispers from Homes: A Long FarewellWood Lin, the program director of Taiwan Documentary Filmmakers’ Union, on Opus Bonum selection A Long Farewell by Kim Raya (international premiere).Wood Lin
F3.17The Making of JusticePeter Belsito review on First Lights selection The Making of Justice by Sarah Vanhee (World Premiere)Peter Belsito
F2.17Lost ParadisePeter Belsito on Opus Bonum selection Lost Paradise by Reine Mitri (International Premiere)Peter Belsito
F2.17I Crossed the HallwayTina Poglajen from Cineuropa, Indiewire and Film Comment on Opus Bonum selection I Crossed the Hallway by El-Amine Rabih (international premiere). Tina Poglajen
F4.17SavageryTina Poglajen from Cineuropa, Indiewire and Film Comment on First Lights selection Savagery by Le Fourn Jonathan and De Gaalon Rémi (international premiere). Tina Poglajen
F4.17Beyond the OneTina Poglajen from Cineuropa, Indiewire and Film Comment on Opus Bonum selection Beyond the One by Anna Marziano (European premiere). Tina Poglajen
F5.17Opera About PolandVladan Petkovic from Cineuropa on Between the Seas selection Opera About Poland by Piotr Stasik (international premiere).Vladan Petkovic
F2.17Wind Shaped RocksVladan Petkovic from Cineuropa on Opus Bonum selection Wind Shaped Rocks by Eduardo Makoszay (world premiere).Vladan Petkovic
F2.17This Is a War, BabyVladan Petkovic from Cineuropa on Between the Seas selection This Is a War, Baby by Yuriy Pupyrin (world premiere).Vladan Petkovic
F4.17Vanishing Worlds (notes on Fascinations: Universes)Canadian experimental filmmaker and writer Mike Hoolboom on Fascinations: UniversesMike Hoolboom
F3.17Heavy EyesCanadian experimental filmmaker and writer Mike Hoolboom on Siegfried A. Fruhauf’s Heavy Eyes from Fascinations selection
F2.17Blind Cinema Canadian experimental filmmaker and philosopher Mike Hoolboom on Between the Seas selection Blind Cinema by Grigory Glyants (international premiere).Mike Hoolboom
F3.17PhoeniXXXNick Holdsworth on Between the Seas selection PhoeniXXX by Mihai Gavril Dragolea (international premiere).Nick Holdsworth
F2.17I Remember Nothing Nick Holdsworth on First Lights selection I Remember Nothing by Diana Sara Bouzgarrou (international premiere).Nick Holdsworth
F4.16On rejecting a Putin covenantWhere Khodorkovsky, in the end, surrenders to the pressure and signs a deal with Putin, Nemtsov is without compromise. We know the result.Sigurd Lydersen
3.14Josef Čapek Lost in 45ReviewPavla Pečinková
1.14The Night in UsA review of the Best Documentary Film of 2013, The Great NightPetr Lukeš