The cinephiliac moment is not grand or dramatic, nor carefully designed and choreographed to be memorable, but rather marginal or accidental, a moment that is remembered almost in spite of itself. A fleeting moment that triggers an affective, emotional intensity, which embodies each cinephile's obsessive relationship with cinema.
Here's the second round of reviews from our Young Critics at Film Fest Gent. Zack Miller on Black Coal, Thin Ice, "a detail-oriented chase in slow motion that ends in fireworks - except that it doesn't."
The first reviews of our Young Critics are in! Vanity Celis dissects Lisandro Alonso's existential parable Jauja.
The first reviews of our Young Critics are in! Zack Miller takes a closer look at Une nouvelle amie, François Ozon's latest effort, playfully idiosyncratic as always.