Seven young women and countless suggestive scenes reflecting issues of education, phobia and fashion. A captivating gothic mystery that begins with the genesis of a naked woman from a stack of chairs – who knows how it might end…
Athina Rachel Tsangari was born in Greece, and studied theatre at New York University before obtaining her M.F.A. in film production at the University of Texas. She co-founded and served as artistic director of the Cinematexas International Short Film Festival before producing the film Kinetta (05), serving as associate producer on the film Dogtooth (10). Her first feature film as director was The Slow Business of Going (00). Attenberg (10) is her second feature film. –TIFF
An iconic Czech poster and its connection to a late, great New York photographer.
Adrian Curry’s annual round-up of his favorite film posters of the year.