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February 11–21, 2021. One of the world's largest public film festivals & an indispensable forum for the global film community. Imprint:
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Berlinale Jul 21
The Berlinale has just announced funding recommendations for 14 film projects from across the world. Check out the jury's selection here:
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Berlinale Jul 7
Replying to @ariannareiche
Best thing would be to write directly to Berlinale Talents: talents@berlinale.de.
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Berlinale Jul 7
Berlinale Talents is now accepting applications for its 2021 edition. Emerging filmmakers and series creators from around the globe and all disciplines are invited to apply by September 1, 2020. Spread the word!
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Berlinale Jul 6
Composer Ennio Morricone has passed away at the age of 91. Berlinale Directors Mariette Rissenbeek & Carlo Chatrian honour his work and highlight its "unique place in the history of cinema".
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Berlinale Jul 1
2020 Competition entry "First Cow" will be available for purchase on VOD platforms on July 10 and for rental July 21. spoke to director Kelly Reichardt about the movie's unusual journey in the wake of the Corona shutdown.
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Berlinale Jul 1
No, that is Renate Costa, pictured here in Berlin in 2010.
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Berlinale Jul 1
Berlinale Artistic Director is among the 819 newly invited members of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.
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Berlinale Jun 30
We are saddened to hear of the passing of renowned Paraguayan director . Her debut feature "Cuchillo de palo" celebrated its world premiere here in Berlin. Her later work as an editing consultant includes the 2015 Silver Bear-winning "Ixcanul". She will be missed.
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Berlinale Jun 25
The European Film Market is looking for a new Director!
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Berlinale Jun 25
Now on YouTube: cinematographer and director ("Twin Peaks", "The Lion King", "The Patriot") on the joys and hardships of making movies with others. A Berlinale Talents Talk from earlier this year.
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Berlinale Jun 24
Legendary French director Claude Chabrol would have been 90 today. He received the Golden Bear in 1959 for "Les cousins" and was awarded the prestigious Berlinale Camera for his lifetime achievement in 2009.
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Berlinale Jun 23
"Los Conductos" won the GWFF Best First Feature Award this year.
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Berlinale Jun 23
Happy birthday to Frances McDormand! The two-time Academy Award winner and former President of the International Jury turns 63 today.
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Berlinale Jun 22
"Every closure of a cinema is a loss." Directors Mariette Rissenbeek and comment on the reported plans to close down Berlin's historic cinema.
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Berlinale Jun 18
Indie director Josephine Decker is a regular at festivals ranging from Sundance to the . She discussed her latest work, "Shirley", at in February, together with cinematographer Sturla Brandth Grøvlen.
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Berlinale Talents Jun 17
📣 Applications are now open for Talents Tokyo 2020. Due to take place online from Nov 2-7, the programme is open to directors and producers from East and Southeast Asia. ⏰ Apply by July 15! 👀
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Berlinale Jun 4
The supports cinema in regions with a weak film infrastructure. If you are looking for funding, this might be your chance. The deadline for production funding is July 06, 2020. Head over to:
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Berlinale Jun 3
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Berlinale Jun 2
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Berlinale Jun 1
This is a real gem. Head over to YouTube now and watch Ulrike Ottinger's "Ticket of No Return", a classic of New German Cinema. The film is our second contribution to the programme of the festival.
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