Jan Tracz

Jan Tracz

A journalist with four years of experience in the cultural industry (film, music, literature, politics). Writer for respected Polish and English sites and magazines, interviewed most famous stars, writers, actors, talents, directors and musicians (incl. Alejandro González Iñárritu, Lasse Hallström, Matthew Lewis, David Thomson, Richard Dyer, Rachel Shenton, Tom Wlaschiha, Lena Olin, Jenna Elfman, Lennie James, Yannick Bisson, Ximena Lamadrid, Malcolm Storry, Alexandra Savior). Current Film Studies MA student at King's College London.


Horizon: An American Saga - Chapter 1. Unforgiven [REVIEW]

“Horizon” is a spectacle that, as indicated by the film’s subtitle, is only the beginning of something much larger.


MEGALOPOLIS. Coppola's science fiction, or play it again, Francis

Cinema doesn’t always have to be taken seriously. After years, Francis Ford Coppola understood this and gave us “Megalopolis.”


FURIOSA: A MAD MAX SAGA. Dynamic, movement-driven, expressive cinema

“Furiosa” is pulsating and vital cinema, but an hour too long.

THE KILLER. "Hand in Glove" [REVIEW]

A specific experiment, but how successful it is.

SAW X. Unwatchable cinema [REVIEW]

The latest Saw is unwatchable cinema, the kind that can’t be experienced without covering your eyes.

THE PROMISED LAND BASTARDEN Historical drama with a discrete allure

THE PROMISED LAND. Historical drama with a discrete allure

The new historical drama starring Mads Mikkelsen has a certain indescribable allure, an attractive concentration of events.

PRISCILLA. (Un)sweet and (un)cinematic tale [REVIEW]

COUP DE CHANCE. Woody Allen's Best Film in Years [REVIEW]

THE PALACE: Polanski Didn't Make a Bad Film [REVIEW]

The negative reviews of The Palace appear as an attempt to deny reality; a shame that we derive enjoyment from “uncle’s humor.”

FERRARI. Throne of Blood [Review]