Wieczorek is a film critic and regular contributor to Modern Times Review.

Articles:

Is it a crime to save lives?

Acting in the name of human rights has become a criminal act in France.

How the European community became a criminal coalition

Eldorado is a testament to the increased brutalisation of our human perception over the last decade.

Catastrophe in the face of beauty

The Last Ice Hunters explores the much-maligned Inuit hunting cultures of the far north and their inevitable tragic extinction.

The killing soya mafia – Argentina’s lost soul

Solanas' A Journey to the Fumigated Towns offers an inside view on the ongoing pollution and growing extermination of Argentina’s population caused by the soya industry.

Godard and the authenticity of the fragment

In his latest film The Image Book, Godard demands a «revolution in the revolution», calling for the subject to constitute his own law against the society, which – according to Godard – is nothing other than a constellation of organised crime.

Sweeping up the internet

The «cleaners» of global social media platforms live in harsh societies and conditions of comparative clutter to those after whom they are cleaning up.

Digging up the genetic past

In Genesis 2.0 we follow Siberian tusk hunters uncovering animal bodies from the Siberian permafrost. If only one living cell could be recovered – the artificial reconstruction of a living mammoth would become possible.

The power and growth of surveillance

Democracy is at stake as the surveillance industry gains influences in the life of private citizens. But the protection of privacy still seems possible.

Rwanda’s calm after the storm

Inkontanyi by Christophe Cotteret is a detailed film about the history of internal conflict in Rwanda up to its situation today.

The Medicated Generation: Controlling Feelings and Thoughts

The pharmaceutical industry paves the way for the society of the future, in which tens of thousands of deaths are considered just a side effect.
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