Twenty years ago renowned Mexican auteur Carlos Reygadas made his debut with the dazzling Japón, contending with the fundamentals: life, death, love, violence and nature in a poetic psychogeographical journey through Mexico’s landscapes.
REVIEW Our Time
Renowned Mexican auteur Carlos Reygadas’ latest feature Our Time (Nuestro Tiempo) is a 3-hour study of a modern relationship gone awry. The celebrated director has said that Our Time is about marriage and love, “about the contradictions of... Read Article
East End Film Festival is coming back this year with an exciting and rich 11-day programme to celebrate the work of some of the best international and local cinematic talents. Among the highlights, we have come across a... Read Article
The representation of Latin American cinema at the Cannes Film Festival has, since the festival’s inception in 1939, been about as visible as a contact lens in the bath. In spite of the strong cinematic heritage of Brazil... Read Article
REVIEW Post Tenebras Lux
From the very start of Carlos Reygadas’s fourth feature film Post Tenebras Lux (winner of the coveted Best Director Award at the 2012 Cannes Film Festival), the viewer is engrossed in a haunting, abstract commentary on the human... Read Article