Monday, 4 May 2015

Obra, Favula, and more...


My reviews from D'A Festival are continuing to go up over at Eye for Film. The first handful are:

  • A misteriosa morte de Pérola / The Mysterious Death of Pérola (Guto Parente and Ticiana Augusto Lima, 2014), a Brazilian film that I almost walked out of - to find out why, read here.
  • Favula (Raúl Perrone, 2014), a genuine oddity and visual one-of-a-kind (review).
  • Obra (Gregorio Graziosi, 2014), another Brazilian film and one of my overall favourites of the festival - a visually and aurally distinctive film that I would like to see again. In the meantime, my review is here.

There are a couple more reviews already up, but because they're part of a group I'm waiting until they're all there before I link to them on here. I've got one more feature to review and then I'll take a look at a few of the shorts as well - the shorts were part of the (Im)Possible Futures strand, which I'm also going to write about as a collection.

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