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Sundance 2022 / World Cinema Dramatic Competition

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10 articles available in total starting from 24/01/2022. Last article published on 31/01/2022.

Review: Girl Picture

Review: Girl Picture

This uneven Finnish drama helmed by Alli Haapasalo takes on adolescent turmoil and Moomin mugs – quite the combination  

31/01 | Sundance 2022 | World Cinema Dramatic Competition

Alli Haapasalo  • Director of Girl Picture

Interview: Alli Haapasalo • Director of Girl Picture

"It was very important for me to talk about girlhood in a way that would be a fresher take on the films about young adults I saw as a teenager"

A mature and emancipated depiction of girlhood is at the centre of this visually appealing Finnish coming-of-age film  

31/01 | Sundance 2022 | World Cinema Dramatic Competition

Review: Brian and Charles

Review: Brian and Charles

Cabbage is the third protagonist in Jim Archer's sweet story about an inventor and his Hawaii-obsessed robot  

31/01 | Sundance 2022 | World Cinema Dramatic Competition

Review: The Cow Who Sang a Song into the Future

Review: The Cow Who Sang a Song into the Future

Ecology meets biker ghosts meets dairy farms in Francisca Alegría's film that's pleasantly wacky until it runs out of gas  

28/01 | Sundance 2022 | World Cinema Dramatic Competition

EXCLUSIVE: First clip for The Cow Who Sang A Song Into The Future

EXCLUSIVE: First clip for The Cow Who Sang A Song Into The Future

The first feature by Francisca Alegría, produced by France, Chile and Germany, has been selected in the World Cinema Dramatic Competition at the Sundance Film Festival  

27/01 | Sundance 2022 | World Cinema Dramatic Competition

Review: You Won’t Be Alone

Review: You Won’t Be Alone

In Goran Stolevski’s atmospheric, yet a tad too Terrence Malick-y, feature debut, witches really are everywhere  

26/01 | Sundance 2022 | World Cinema Dramatic Competition

Review: Klondike

Review: Klondike

Taking place in eastern Ukraine in the early days of the Donbas war, Maryna Er Gorbach’s poetic and imaginative film evokes the surreal atmosphere of a peculiar conflict  

25/01 | Sundance 2022 | World Cinema Dramatic Competition

László Csuja and Anna Nemes • Directors of Gentle

Interview: László Csuja and Anna Nemes • Directors of Gentle

“We were inspired by the world of bodybuilding, a lot of which is about control”

The Hungarian filmmakers’ drama about a couple of bodybuilders is an intimate portrait that truly lives up to its title  

25/01 | Sundance 2022 | World Cinema Dramatic Competition

Review: Utama

Review: Utama

Alejandro Loayza Grisi crafts a highly promising, existentialist and mystical first feature film about a family of three Quechua Indians against the spectacular backdrop of the Bolivian Altiplano  

24/01 | Sundance 2022 | World Cinema Dramatic Competition

Review: Gentle

Review: Gentle

Hungarian directors László Csuja and Anna Nemes deliver an intensely physical fiction film telling the painful and moving tale of a bodybuilding champion and her coach  

24/01 | Sundance 2022 | World Cinema Dramatic Competition

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