Review
Pure madness

Pure madness

Nina Paley is an exceptionally vibrant and controversial personality. She is a radical feminist­­, an atheist with Jewish roots who considers Judaism to be a brutal form of indoctrination. Her distance to the native religion is clearly visible in “Seder-Masochism” – her latest feature-length animation which can be seen at 11th edition of Animator Festival....
Does Nothing Really Happen?

Does Nothing Really Happen?

On 7th of July the two first screenings of Set III of shorts in competition were held. They comprised of 8 noteworthy films. One of them is “Untravel” by Serbian director Ana Nedeljković and Slovenian director Nikola Majdak Jr., which was shown during Berlinale. Utilising stop motion technique and puppets made of plasticine, it tells...
Molecules and avant-garde

Molecules and avant-garde

Norman Leto’s second feature-length film is an interdisciplinary story of our past, presence and the future. Innovatory in terms of using the medium, “Photon” can be situated somewhere between an avant-garde film, a documentary, and an unconventional experiment. Łukasz Ronduda, the curator of Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw was right to determine a new...