Posts tagged MIFF 2013
Fables and poems

Recently landed: Fables and poems, a new post on High Up in the Trees (by Gracia) looks at The Day of the Crows (Director: Jean-Christophe Dessaint); A Hijacking (Director: Tobias Lindholm); Shirley — Visions of Reality (Director: Gustav Deutsch); The Selfish Giant (Director: Clio Barnard); Rhino Season (Director: Bahman Ghobadi); The Major (Director: Yuri Bykov)

Still from The Selfish Giant (Director: Clio Barnard) 

And lo! the MIFF 2013 homeward dash.

Recently landed: And lo! the MIFF 2013 homeward dash, a new post on High Up in the Trees (by Gracia) looks at The Villiage at the End of the World (Directors: Sarah Gavron/David Katznelson) (Screening with Pablo's Villa (Director: Matthew Salleh)); Gebo and the Shadow (Director: Manoel de Oliveira); My Sweet Pepper Land (Director: Hiner Saleem); Vic+Flo Saw a Bear (Director:Denis Côté); Blackfish (Director:Gabriela Cowperthwaite)

Still from My Sweet Pepper Land (Director: Hiner Saleem) 

Tragedy and delight in equal measure

Recently landed: Tragedy and delight in equal measure, a new post on High Up in the Trees (by Gracia) looks at What Maisie Knew (Director: Scott McGehee, David Siegel); Jimmy P. (Director: Arnaud Desplechin); Bastards (Director: Claire Denis); Moon Man (Director: Stephan Schesch, and adapted from Tomi Ungerer's 1967 children's book); These Birds Walk (Directors: Omar Mullick, Bassam Tariq (Screening with Freia and the Wannabe Indians (Director: Carl Javér)); Tip Top (Director: Serge Bozon); Becoming Traviata (Director: Philippe Béziat); Workers (Director: José Luis Valle);Child’s Pose (Director: Calin Peter Netzer)

Still from Workers (Director: José Luis Valle), MIFF 2013

Pepe and the finely dressed felines of Paris

Recently landed: Pepe and the finely dressed felines of Paris, a new post on High Up in the Trees (by Gracia) looks at Le Joli Mai (Director: Chris Marker); Wadja (Director: Haifaa Al-Mansour); Tower (Director: Kazik Radwanski); Coming Forth by Day (Director: Hala Lotfy); Blancanieves (Director: Pablo Berger); Viola (Director: Matías Piñeiro); The Best Offer (Director: Giuseppe Tornatore)

Still from Blancanieves (Director: Pablo Berger), MIFF 2013

And so we are at twenty in the quiet of it all

Recently landed: And so we are at twenty in the quiet of it all, a new post on High Up in the Trees (by Gracia) looks at For Those in Peril (Director: Paul Wright); Museum Hours (Director: Jem Cohen); Closed Curtain (Director: Jafar Panahi); Tenderness (Director: Marion Hänsel); differently, Molussia (Director: Nicolas Rey); The Attack (Director: Ziad Doueiri); Cutie and the Boxer (Director: Zachary Heinzerling); Jîn (Director: Reha Erdem)

Still from differently, Molussia (Director: Nicolas Rey), MIFF 2013