Savina Petkova is a Bulgarian, London-based film critic whose works have been published in MUBI Notebook, The Quietus, photogénie and more. She's also a PhD candidate at King's College London workin on metamorphoses in contemporary cinema.
by Laurence Boyce
While Konstantinos Antonopoulos’ ‘Postcards from the End of the World’ is not an exercise in angry vitriol that the current state of some of the world would seem to invite, there is a recognisable …
by Michaël Van Remoortere
No one has captured the emotional reality of big city life better than Chantal Akerman. There have been so-called city symphonies before in cinema, literature, and music—‘Berlin: Symphony of a …
by Bo Alfaro Decreton
Bashir, a Lebanese plant scientist, is called home for the funeral of his father. The restraining nature of social compliance does not match with his nonchalant, restless soul, giving himself and his …