Rosine Mbakam’s acclaimed documentary recounts the sorrowful tale of Delphine, a Cambodian immigrant now living in Belgium, to moviegoers at Columbia’s True/False Film Fest.
This short Belgian feature film employs a still camera and a limited setting to create emotional depth.
The account showcases life on East Campus, allows for student engagement and sparks nostalgia among followers.
Director Rosine Mbakam bridges the gap between a Cameroon village and the audience with her personal connection to her mother and the place she grew up.
The documentary about nonfiction filmmaking resorts to interesting scenery and characters, yet lacks interest in its storyline.
It is clear that Alina Gorlova knows how to direct a documentary with style, however, the way she shows an incredible story is uninteresting and confusing.
Questlove’s directorial debut basks in the glory of the 1969 Harlem Cultural Festival.