DARK RED FOREST: The director leaves us only to guess his true intention – honesty or paying lip service to the propaganda?
VIEWS: Beginning with a flawed premise, British filmmaker Michael Winterbottom's book of interviews does not provide the full picture.
HISTORY: Nina Gladitz’s film about Roma and Sinti survivors of Shoah has been hidden in the WDR archive since 1982. Reactions to her book show we live in times when searching for the truth and giving voice to the weakest in societysociety causes suspicion, not respect. But simply accepting that such are the times might be the real problem.
Editorial: After 40 years as film editor, Niels Pagh Andersen now has written an inspiring book combined with video interviews with 8 filmmakers. What did he learn on this long voyage?
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