By Joji Sakurai
The tiny Italian city of Udine once again welcomed the biggest names in the Asian film industry.
A pilgrimage to the sleepy American setting of David Lynch and Mark Frost’s iconic show.
By Simran Hans
At the Marrakech International Film Festival, champagne flows freely and stars fill the sky.
Aki Kaurismäki is still king, but emerging voices at both ends of the scale are ensuring a bright future for this small Scandinavian nation.
They may not be able to promise glitz and glamour, but small independent film festivals are now more vital than ever.
By Grace Banks
The Carthage Film Festival once again proved that radical liberalism is alive and well in North Africa.