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Article produced in the context of a Nisimazine workshop. For more information please visit our website at www.nisimazine.org.
Article produced in the context of a Nisimazine workshop. For more information please visit our website at www.nisimazine.org.


Articles by Nisimazine

Cannes 2015: “Tale of Tales” has glimpses of greatness but fails as a whole

By Nisimazine  May 25, 2015

Matteo Garrone’s “Tale of Tales” was one of the most divisive films at Cannes this year. A collection of three fairy tales, the film has memorable elements, but works better in parts than as a whole. Will Guy reports from Nisimazine at Cannes. When watching a film it is often difficult to set aside our preconceptions and […]

Cannes 2015: “Krisha” is a deeply personal breakthrough for director Trey Edward Shults

Trey Edward Shults’ “Krisha”, which showed during International Critics Week at Cannes, is a technically creative and deeply personal breakthrough feature. Marlies Janssens reports from Nisimazine at Cannes. Krisha is written and directed by the 26-year old American Trey Edward Shults as an expansion of his award-winning short film of the same title. Fans of the Requiem for […]

Cannes 2015: Natalie Portman’s “A Tale of Love and Darkness” is an earnest adaptation, if not great cinema

By Nisimazine  May 23, 2015

Natalie Portman has made her directorial debut with “A Tale of Love and Darkness”, a faithful – perhaps too faithful – adaptation of Amos Oz’ bestselling novel. Niels Putman reports from Nisimazine at Cannes. It’s all about telling stories: a motto which could certainly apply to Cannes and cinema in general, but that also heavily relates […]

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