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‘Alone’ (‘Solos’): Rotterdam Review
Peruvian Joanna Lombardi’s second feature is a road movie about movies
'Dog Lady' ('La mujer de los perros'): Rotterdam Review
Veronica Llinas stars in and co-directs a ruminative character-study from Argentina, world-premiering in competition at the Dutch festival
'Bitter Lake': Rotterdam Review
Adam Curtis' latest essay-project for the BBC uses Afghanistan as a prism to view the modern world and its media manipulations.
'Alice Cares' ('Ik ben Alice'): Rotterdam Review
Sander Burger's Dutch reportage observes a prototype "caredroid" interacting with a trio of elderly ladies.
‘Homesick’ (‘De Naermeste’): Sundance Review
Striking newcomer Ine Wilmann stars as a troubled young woman who embarks on an affair with her half-brother in Norwegian director Anne Sewitsky’s third feature