Tag Archives: venice film festival

June 08

Miss Violence – Alexander Avranas and the horror of family. (SFF Film Review)

Miss Violence is ¬†currently showing at the Sydney Film Festival You can buy your tickets here You know when Leonard Cohen’s ‘Dance me to the end of Love’ is played at a young girls eleventh birthday party that it’s not a good sign. Miss Violence starts with a young girl at her own family party, […]

January 17

Private Fears in Public Places – Alain Resnais shows us our naked human heart. (film review)

The man who made Last Year at Marienbad (one of the greatest films of all time – no argument) was eighty-four years old when he made “Coeurs” (“Hearts” is the French Title), an adaptation from Alan Ayckbourn’s play Private Fears in Public Places. The film won several awards, including a Silver Lion at the Venice […]