Growing up in Korea, I knew Jeonju as an historic city famed for its local culture, including manual paper-making and exceptional food. My unashamedly touristic
For over a quarter of a century Bologna has been celebrating the rediscovery and recovery of lost and forgotten films. Its Cinema Ritrovato festival revels
The Hong Kong International Film Festival keeps on changing pretty radically every year because… well, Hong Kong changes pretty radically as it is buffeted by
On the first weekend of this year’s Cannes, the heavens opened with a ferocity and persistence rare for the Côte d’Azur, dousing the red carpet
Cultivated by a committed group of documentary filmmakers in Missoula, Montana, the Big Sky Documentary Film Festival has established itself as a serious cultural asset
As many had expected, Benh Zeitlin’s first feature, Beasts of the Southern Wild, won The Grand Jury Prize, as well The Excellence in Cinematography Award
The biennial Bangkok Experimental Film Festival had its sixth incarnation from 24 January to 5 February 2012 with a focus on the archive as inspiration
Ugly city, beautiful cinema. It strikes me that the world’s major film festivals are opposed in nature to the cities that host them. Take Berlin.
Berlin was particularly icy this February; even discounting the gusts of wind that howled across Potsdamer Platz in the evenings, temperatures dropped below -20 °C.
Your fearless film critic, Alice, was getting ready to cover the new edition of the AFI Fest which, this year again, was Presented by Audi