Nina Wu

Nina Wu – Cannes 2019 Review

Nina Wu comes at a perfect moment, hot on the heels of the #MeToo movement which finally challenged longstanding abusive practices in the film industry. Its tale of power, control, and the male gaze is a...
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Dreamcatcher – Review

Director Kim Longinotto’s cinema vérité offers a raw insight mediated only by the occasional subtitle. In letting her subjects speak for themselves, Longinotto avoids impressing an interpretative filter...

A Girl At My Door – LFF Review

A Girl At My Door lingers in the mind. The film is intelligent and enigmatic as it charts shifting equilibriums, a beautiful landscape and its convincingly flawed inhabitants. The impact is heightened by an...