Near the 25th anniversary of Peaches’ explosive second album, The Teaches of Peaches gives gret insight into her life. We talked with the team behind the film.
The problems with China’s one-child policy are laid bare in Jianjie Lin’s effective and creepy debut Brief History of a Family, live from Berlinale Panorama.
The Panorama section of the Berlinale probes the limits of human sexuality, violence and capacity for connection. Here’s our master list of Panorama reviews.
The patriarchy pushed them to the edge. These three films from the Berlinale Panorama section show how women can fight back.
Through documentary-like framing and a cool distance from his characters, Zonana riffs on military classics to create a brutal yet intellectual critique of military culture.
There’s not much difference between Passages and a sketch show parody of a French art-house film. Let’s see how European Ira Sachs’ latest film truly is.
Three feminine-focused films — from central Europe to the middle-east — push women to the brink in the Berlinale 2023 panorama section.
Live from the Playce at the Berlinale, we discuss Drifter, Femme, Silver Haze and other fine panorama films to put on your radar.
Is Passages a great movie or is it a classic case of Sundance-itis? Ahead of its European premiere at the Berlinale, we look at Ira Sachs’ latest.