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EnergaCAMERIMAGE, Toruń. With lifetime achievement awards and the presence of blockbuster films, in his article about the recognized Polish festival of the Art of Cinematography, Leopoldo Muñoz also takes a look at the twelve films in competition, in particular the latest offering by Alejandro González Iñarritu (winner of the FIPRESCI Award).

Todd Field’s “Tár” has been voted Best Picture of the Year 2022, by the National Society of Film Critics, the US branch of FIPRESCI. All votes

The Kiev Trial. Frédéric Ponsard reviews Sergei Loznitsa’s film, which had been presented at the Athens Panorama of European Cinema. More

Woman, Life, Freedom. FIPRESCI expresses solidarity with the Iranian citizens and film professionals who are detained, convicted, or simply deprived of their freedom to express themselves under the pressure of the regime. More


Europe as Utopia and Destiny. In his essay the German critic Gerhard Midding explores the creative path of the Miskolc-born and world-renowned filmmaker Emeric Pressburger (“The Red Shoes”). Pressburger was honored at the Miskolc Film Festival. More

Sudhir Nandgaonkar, our Indian colleague, passed away. More


Swiss filmmaker Cyril Schäublin won the critics’ attention with Unrest, shown at Viennale. More

European Discovery – Prix FIPRESCI. At the award ceremony in Reykjavík on Dec 10, 2022, this award to a director for a first full-length feature film went to Small Body (Piccolo Corpo) directed by Laura Samani (Italy/ Slovenia/ France). More