72 articles written by Nikola Grozdanovic
The Measure Of A Man (NYFF 2015)
The Measure Of A Man is one of the most depressing films of the year, featuring a brilliant performance by Vincent Lindon.
Our 5 Favorite Films of the 2016 Berlin Film Festival
Our 5 favorite films from the 2016 Berlin Film Festival, plus a honorable mention that just missed our list.
Zero Days (Berlin Review)
Alex Gibney’s excellent new documentary, 'Zero Days', is infused with a sense of urgency, relevance, and terrifying propinquity.
Being 17 (Berlin Review)
Téchiné’s film breathes with a poetic temperance; a beautifully structured, finely acted ballad on teenage angst and passion.
War On Everyone (Berlin Review)
'War on Everyone' is a lean, mean, politically incorrect joke machine.
The Commune (Berlin Review)
Fantastic performances aren't enough for the overtly engineered characterizations in Thomas Vinterberg's 'The Commune'.
The Night Manager (Berlin Review)
One of 2016's most anticipated TV events lives up to the promise of its talented cast and crew.
A Quiet Passion (Berlin Review)
'A Quiet Passion' envelops the senses in warm, gentle waves of cinematic opulence.
Soy Nero (Berlin Review)
Rafi Pitts' film 'Soy Nero' attempts to reveal something new by recycling the old, but it doesn't work.
Genius (Berlin Review)
Michael Grandage’s star-studded 'Genius' goes refreshingly against the grain, but fine-tuning the screenplay would lead to bigger impact.
Crosscurrent (Berlin Review)
Yang Chao's 'Crosscurrent' doesn't get the art of subtle suggestion
Creepy (Berlin Review)
The highly anticipated new Kiyoshi Kurosawa film is detached, lethargic, and predictable.
Midnight Special (Berlin Review)
The latest from Jeff Nichols, 'Midnight Special', disappoints bit time with a surprisingly forgettable film.
Things to Come (Berlin Review)
With Isabelle Huppert, Mia Hansen-Løve has found a perfect collaborator.
Berlin 2016: 10 Most Anticipated Films
10 films we look forward to the most during the 2016 Berlin Film Festival.