In Letter to Theo, French director Élodie Lélu revisits Angelopoulos’ unfinished film, reminiscing on their collaborative work on the project that was in some ways prophetic of the present-day Greece.
GREECE, GOLDEN DAWN : In this documentary we follow three of the women at the top of Golden Dawn, the notorious Greek extreme right-wing party.
As I watched Crispin Gurholt’s film The Sirens for the first time, it struck me how fast the role play of political theatre may change.
Berlinale presents a case study of crisis and impoverishment.
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A nation’s collective recollection forms its expectations. A dialogue between past and presence is implicit in Patrico Guzman’s films on Chile’s recent past, whilst Mexico's Diego Gutiérrez and Sarah Polley from Canada discuss their own and parents’ memories. The truth is cleansing, but we all need interpretations or rewrites in order to cope with the all too real.
In March, Dimitri Eipides, the director of Thessaloniki Documentary Festival, received the EDN award 2011. In this interview by Truls Lie he talks about movies that matter, action, sabotage and ethics. We witness one man’s enthusiastic commitment.
First of all, this documentary is a real pleasure to watch. The camerawork is excellent and the music and soundtrack play a magnificent role for the pace and montage.