Films byTexts by Anne-Christine Loranger

Anne-Christine Loranger (1970, Montreal) is a journalist, film critic, author, language teacher, director and lecturer. Based in Dresden, Germany, since 2003, she covers German cultural and political news for ICI Radio-Canada (radio and television) and cinema for the film magazines Séquences (Montreal) as well as for the webzine j-mag (Geneva). She has written chapters on five books on cinema and theatre. In 2013, she directed the short film Le cercle, based on a Chinese poem. She is the author of the philosophical children’s novel The Enemy Villages and a collection of short stories written in English titled Back to Joy. Since 2004 she has been teaching French at the French Institute in Dresden and English in private companies. She has received awards for her journalistic and poetic work.

Conversation EN
6.05.2020

Anne-Christine Loranger met Hong Sang-soo in Berlin the day after the screening of On the Beach at Night Alone at the 2017 Berlinale. Hong Sang-soo: “I try to minimize as much as possible. You know, making things look good visually doesn’t add value to a scene. What's important is that visually things are right. That's what I’m trying to achieve, a truth, a rightness in the scene that’s being shot.”