Dir: Wim Wenders By David Pountain Wim Wenders’ much acclaimed fantasy Wings of Desire (original title: Der Himmel í¼ber Berlin) is, at least at first glance, just the sort of challenging and “˜artsy’ film that […]
Month: July 2014
Delphine Riffaud reviews the poignant German drama, “Oh Boy”.
By Daria Landal Dir: Amma Asante A coming of age story set in late 18th-century, Belle explores events leading to the verdict on Zong massacre case through the eyes of a young lady of nobility with […]
Dir: Etienne Faure By Daniel Gí¶tz Chaos is a film written and directed by the French filmmaker Etienne Faure and was released in 2013. The synopsis of Chaos sounded mundane to me at first but I […]
Directed by Munsur Ali Shongram is a Bengal film set during the heated conflict of the Bangladesh Liberation War of 1971. The film follows Karim, a young and cheery man, as he goes from an […]
FilmDoo’s profile of Tom Tykwer, one of the most famous modern German.