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Berlinale Mar 29
Only a few weeks ago we had the honor to award her with the at . Today, we're deeply saddened by her loss: , one of the most significant filmmakers of French cinema, passed away at the age of 90. © Gerhard Kassner
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Through a Screen Feb 18
" is an underdog story about an aspiring rapper but its triumphs lie in its canny use of Murad’s struggles to highlight the lives around him." Ankita () reviews the recent Bollywood release that sparked attention at .
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Victor Guimarães Feb 20
What's the role of film criticism in an overly rhetorical environment, where every new film seems to come with a manual of how to approach it? I tried to pursue that question in my final essay for press workshop.
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Women Film Directors Feb 16
Replying to @women_direct
Director Nora Fingscheidt wins the silver bear Alfred Bauer Prize for her film System Crasher. Fingscheidt is only the 3rd woman to win in this category joining Lucrecia Martel who won in 2001 for La Ciénaga and Agnieszka Holland who won in 2017 for Spoor.
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Berlinale Mar 1
It's been almost two weeks now, that came to its end. Nevertheless, there's still plenty to reflect & talk about! Here's 's review on our retrospective of women directors presented by : ()
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Suc de Síndria Feb 16
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Miriam Feb 17
Glamorous Teamplay - & . Stunning Night!
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Notebook Feb 20
Our favorite films of the —contributions by , , , , , , , & more—as well as a list of all our coverage thus far.
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Hind Mezaina Feb 18
2 things about I need to shout about very loudly. - All the breathtaking cinemas, even the commercial multiplexes are great. Cinema chains in other cities need to learn a thing or two on how things are done in Berlin. - The Berlinale App. It's the best.
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Bait Mar 8
"The result is both a gorgeous celebration of traditional filmmaking techniques and an angry howl at the destruction of Cornwall’s ancient communities." - for "Eight under-the-radar gems from the Berlin Film Festival 2019" by
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Notebook Mar 21
The group exhibition by at the took place in an old crematorium and included fourteen new works, writes in his report, including a 2-hour video by James Benning of a shredded American flag.
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+MLP+ Apr 9
I had the pleasure of interviewing Ivan Marković after this year's Berlinale about the two(!) films he worked on as DP and co-director: I WAS AT HOME, BUT... and FROM TOMORROW ON, I WILL
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CGTN Feb 17
Chinese family saga "So Long, My Son" sweeps acting honors at Berlinale
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Notebook Feb 28
"The retrospective presented pioneers of German cinema; famous, and yet, vastly unknown." gives an overview of 's essential retrospective devoted to female German filmmakers.
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Kiri🇬🇧Bagginshield Feb 19
portrait at 😍😍 (10/February/2019) From Paul Zimmer's IG
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☆ #Thanks Feb 17
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Sixth Tone Feb 18
Chinese film “So Long, My Son” won two Silver Bear awards at , while two other Chinese films withdrew from the film festival due to “post-production reasons” and “technical reasons”
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NIKITA GOKHALE Feb 17
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Asian Shadows Intl Mar 12
Don't miss The Red Phallus screenings in Europe after ! Fribourg IFF, Vilnius IFF and Stockholm IFF Junior & more to come! You can also see it in HongKong IFF
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John Sant Mar 11
📷 Christian Bale photographed by Wolf Lux for ‘Vice’ at the 69th Berlin International Film Festival, February 2019.
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