From Bicycle Thieves to Parasite: The Best International Film Oscar Winners

Does anyone remember the Oscars are coming in less than 10 days? By having the most famous movie award in the world postponed due to the Coronavirus pandemic, I’m afraid this edition has never been so weakened for being held four months after the end of 2020. All major movies have come and gone and … Continue reading From Bicycle Thieves to Parasite: The Best International Film Oscar Winners

10 Years of Game of Thrones: How the Serie’s Finale is Better Than You Might Think

When I first watched the first season of Game of Thrones I wasn’t impressed. I thought it was an extremely well-made TV show but it just wasn't for me. It was only when I watched the second season a year later that I found myself invested in these characters and ended up rewatching the first … Continue reading 10 Years of Game of Thrones: How the Serie’s Finale is Better Than You Might Think

Dreaming of Perestroika: 7 Movies About Post-Modernity in Eastern Europe

Eastern European cinema isn’t one that is often mentioned in blogs and mainstream circles. Sure, we know about Andrei Tarkovsky, the masters behind the Czech New Wave, Béla Tarr, Alexander Sukorov, and Sergei Parajanov. But there’s a new type of cinema that I’m still discovering and I’m not sure if it’s still unfolding itself or if … Continue reading Dreaming of Perestroika: 7 Movies About Post-Modernity in Eastern Europe