Gréta Csernik writes about the recent rise of Hungarian cinema.
Tag: European cinema
Enyedi Ildikó filmje, Testről és lélekről – A magyar mozi
Csernik Gréta írja a magyar mozi közelmúltbeli megjelenését.
Thoughts on the European Union Film Festival 2019
Ramchander writes about his experiences at the European Union Film Festival.
The Ten Most Impactful Scenes of European Union Film Festival 2019
Ramchander shares a scene each from the ten European movies he watched at the film festival.
Carla and Henrik attended the screening of La Novia at the EUFF 2019, representing The World of Apu.
A chat with Paula Ortiz and Javier García Arredondo
Ram met the director and screenwriter of the Spanish film La Novia when they were in Singapore for EUFF 2019.
Tedy Necula in Singapore
An interview with the inspirational film director and motivational speaker from Romania.
In conversation with Anna Viduleja
A short email interview with the Latvian filmmaker.
The Little Comrade
Elayabharath caught a screening of this film in Singapore and made a painting.
Hand-painted Movie Posters
Jayanthi Sankar painted a set of four posters, for the movies she watched at EUFF 2019.
Meeting Kenneth Tan
Kenneth Tan, the chairman of Singapore Film Society, speaks about his 29-year-long association with the European Union Film Festival.
Meeting Eva Ionesco
Iniyavan Elumalai chats with Eva Ionesco at IFFR 2019, helped by a translator and a lot of coffee.
Why Bergman? Why not?
Amitava Akash Nag tells us what Bergman’s films mean to him.
In praise of slow cinema
Kamila Kunda shares her passion for cinema that reflects the natural rhythms of life.
A freewheeling chat with Paavo Westerberg
Actor, writer, director Paavo Westerberg talks to Ramchander about film, art, emotionally honest storytelling; allowing us to get acquainted with his unique perspective.
Fly Away Home: An interpretation
Priyadershini Deivakumar recreates scenes from the Austrian film Fly Away Home, and takes us through her process.
In conversation with Mirjam Unger and Sandra Bohle
Filmmaker Mirjam Unger and screenwriter Sandra Bohle from Vienna talk to Ram about their work, creative process, cinema in Austria, and much more.
Norma Bengell: the transgressive muse of Brazilian cinema
Rafaella Britto writes about Norma Bengell, the maverick Brazilian actress.
Norma Bengell: musa do cinema brasileiro personificou as transformações da mulher no século 20
Rafaella Britto escreve sobre Norma Bengell, a maverick atriz brasileira.