“When you’re close to death, you laugh at its face” – An Interview with Marija Kavtaradze

Summer Survivors, directed by Marija Kavtaradze was one of the most notable films of 2018. The film was part of the line up in the “Discoveries” section of the prestigious Toronto International Film Festival this year. In an era when under-representation of mental health and lack of awareness is rampant, the film Continue Reading

The New Wave of Political Satire — An Interview with Julian Radlmaier

For admirers of Buñuel and Godard, Julian Radlmaier’s brand of cinema should feel right at home while also offering a fresh take on well-trodden subjects. This new experimental filmmaker, based in Berlin, has impressed festival audiences and critics alike with his debut feature Self-Criticism of a Bourgeois Dog (which we have Continue Reading

Archiving the Subconscious — An Interview with Jay Rosenblatt

The name Jay Rosenblatt hardly needs any introduction for those who take a keen interest in the world of short and experimental filmmaking. This San Francisco-based found footage filmmaker has been capturing the imagination of his viewers through his hypnotic and thought-provoking collection of films that have won numerous awards Continue Reading