“Hunky Dory” and “Eat That Question – Frank Zappa in His Own Words” Win Audience Award at the American Film Festival in Poland
The seventh edition of the American Film Festival, the only showcase of contemporary American independent films in Eastern and Central Europe, has come to an end.
Not content with dressing Oscar winners, Tom Ford is rapidly on his way to becoming one. His second film is an ambitious Pandora's box of savage beauty. A story-within-a-story, with more than a nod to Hitchcock and Lynch, "Nocturnal Animals" is a thrilling close to the seventh edition of the American Film Festival.
Three non-fiction films offer radically different perspectives on culture and society in late 1960s America. They also cast a shadow on contemporary American life.
This year's American Film Festival features six European premieres. Like the rest of the festival they reveal a cinematic landscape richer and more rewarding than any major US studio would have us believe.