I’ve been watching many wonderful films at the festival, and writing reviews for CinetalkTV. Here are links to a few more:
ANDREA RISEBOROUGH and BRÍD BRENNAN jointly won Awards for Best Performance in a British Feature Film for their performances in this tense thriller set in 1990′s Ireland.
Aka Stephen Dorff in a Box, Brake is an unexpectedly gripping film about a US Secret Servives agent who wakes up in a box in the boot of a car.
A family live in extreme poverty near Manila. This doc follows them for a short while, and shows us just how similar their lives are to ours.
This award-winning film is the first feature from Director Mao Mao, and is one of the stand-out films of the festival. A visually stunning look at a lost generation of Chinese youth.
In 1993 a young boy disappeared from his home in Texas. Three years later he is discovered in Spain and accepted back into the family. Only, it isn’t him but a 23 year old Frenchman. An incredible true story.
A brutal look at the effect WWII had on Masuria, an area now officially Polish. Rose lives alone on a farm, and has had to endure a great deal order to stay alive.