The Waiting Room is a very quiet film that leaves a lot up to interpretation
The Waiting Room TIFF 2015 Review
Elegantly mounted and austere at the same time, Albert Shin’s debut feature looks at three generations of women bound by South Korean customs to a terrible situation.
In Her Place Discovery Elegantly mounted and austere at the same time, Albert Shin’s debut feature (co-produced by long time filmmaking partner Igor Drljaca, director of Canadian festival favourite Krivina) looks at three generations of women bound by South Korean customs to a terrible situation. A woman seeks to secretly adopt the soon to be […]
With his first feature film, Krivina, Igor Drljaca crafts a lyrical, dreamy and purposefully contemplative search for self in an artfully made film bourne from a simple search for answers.
We talk to York University alum Igor Drljaca about his debut feature Krivina (opening at The Royal in Toronto this Friday), the film's largely Bosnian setting, making the jump from shorts to features, what it was like to mount his most ambitious project to date, and potentially making the move to work on larger canvases
With the 2012 Toronto International Film Festival kicking off this Thursday, Dork Shelf begins their coverage of the Festival of Festivals with our look at Dredd 3D, The Sessions, Krivina, Rust and Bone, I Declare War, The Perks of Being a Wallflower, and the huge opening night gala, Looper.