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Interview: Miguel Gomes (Tabu)

Interview: Miguel Gomes (Tabu). By Simon Miraudo. “When you can be moved by things that are unbelievable, that’s when cinema starts to be really interesting for me.” Miguel Gomes‘ beguiling Tabu won the Alfred Bauer Prize for Artistic Innovation and the FIPRESCI Jury Prize at the Berlin International Film Festival this year, and is set to continue enthralling and confounding […]

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In memoriam – Tabu review

Tabu – Starring Teresa Madruga, Ana Moreira, and Carloto Cotta. Directed by Miguel Gomes. Originally published June 14, 2012. By Simon Miraudo. Tabu plays the Melbourne International Film Festival on August 9, 2012. It does not yet have an Australian release date. This review was first run during the Sydney Film Festival. Miguel Gomes‘ Tabu plays like a dream, but not in the David […]

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Interview: Miguel Gomes (Tabu)

Interview: Miguel Gomes (Tabu). By Simon Miraudo. “When you can be moved by things that are unbelievable, that’s when cinema starts to be really interesting for me.” Miguel Gomes‘ beguiling Tabu won the Alfred Bauer Prize for Artistic Innovation and the FIPRESCI Jury Prize at the Berlin International Film Festival this year, and is set […]

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In memoriam – Tabu review (Sydney Film Festival)

Tabu – Starring Teresa Madruga, Ana Moreira, and Carloto Cotta. Directed by Miguel Gomes. By Simon Miraudo. Tabu played the Sydney Film Festival. It does not yet have an Australian release date. Miguel Gomes‘ Tabu plays like a dream, but not in the David Lynchian fashion that has come to define the cinematic depiction of […]

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