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STATIONS OF THE CROSS
"A must see for all those interested in how austere and spiritual techniques can be employed in cinema."
- Paul Schrader
"An austere, beautifully filmed and powerfully acted portrait of extreme religious fervor that slyly flirts with comedy."
- Stephen Holden, The New York Times
"Stations of the Cross belongs among the decade's best films about the lengths one must go to in order to balance strong beliefs with a tolerance toward a secular world that fights against those beliefs."
- Ross Bonaime, Paste Magazine
TELL US THE TRUTH JOSEPHINE
Winner - SACD Prize - Cannes Film Festival (Critics' Week)
Winner - Best Actor - Canadian Screen Awards
"An elegantly simple family farming drama [that is]...beautifully shot and impressively performed!"
- Mark Adams, Screen Daily
"Ivano De Matteo beautifully adapts Herman Koch's best-seller with an all-star Italian cast"
- The Hollywood Reporter
"Terrific...with barely a missed beat."
"Wickedly visceral! Tough, gripping, emotionally rewarding through trenchant plotting!"
- Aaron Hillis, Village Voice
"The film ultimately understands poverty as a profound and often irreversible desolation of terra firma."
- Slant Magazine
"Quietly compelling human drama... (with) a commanding central performance from Margita Gosheva... You become completely captivated by her refusal to surrender to her fate."
- Allan Hunter, Screen Daily
Israel | 2011 | Comedy | Hebrew, English
Official Selection - Berlin Int'l Film Festival
Official Selection - Palm Springs Int'l Film Festival
"Charming...full of wit, [and] sex appeal! Vibrant with juicy young cinema."
- Yair Raveh, Cinemascope
"A fast-paced, heart warming debut - a story that's as funny as it is moving."
- Mara Klein, Nisimazine
WOLVES IN THE SNOW
Official Selection - Toronto Int'l Film Festival
"With Wolves in the Snow, Michel Welterlin has become one of my favorite directors. His film is a tense, noir-like thriller in three languages that has more twists than a Hungarian contortionist."
- Doug Brunell, Film Theatre