Gunda

The film is technically impressive, with an array of luscious, carefully composed images, yet somehow the overall glossiness of the result feels underwhelming; Kossakovsky’s refusal to commit to something more uncompromisingly experimental is a missed opportunity. Here, the camera is again used as a window into a world, but this time not a human one. Share this Share this Victor Kossakovsky’s documentary captures the daily rhythms of its porcine star’s life on the farm.From Ceyda Torun’s Kedi, about stray cats in Istanbul, to Elizabeth Lo’s Stray, which follows dogs roaming…

Introducing LWLies Sixties… A decade of film art reimagined

It was a fruitful period for film design, too, with the likes of Saul Bass reinventing the art of movie titles and posters. I love the girly frivolity of the two stars’ style, and their life of overindulgence and bossing men around. She chose Věra Chytilová’s subversive feminist classic Daisies from 1966. Published 2 Jun 2021 Share this “Daisies is one of my all-time favourite films for visual inspiration,” Bijou says, “so I was thrilled to have the opportunity to redesign the poster. A milestone of the so-called Czech New…