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federico pontiggia Feb 29
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DD News Mar 1
Berlin International Film Festival: by Iran's wins top prize READ MORE:
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goetheinstitut Mar 6
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Pel!rcula Feb 25
The Abel Ferrara party! So far, the best night in Berlin. We will remember this. (*Abel and Willem Dafoe performing)
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Ela Bittencourt Mar 24
Also rounds up the debate and writes on the films of Sabine Herpich
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Matt Neglia Feb 23
What do you all think of the trailer for SIBERIA starring Willem Dafoe & directed by Abel Ferrara?
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Peter Bradshaw Feb 24
My review of Hillary (dir. Nanette Burstein) is up here:
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Dr Nadin Mai #StayHomeSaveLives Feb 17
Tsai Ming-liang - Days (2020)
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goetheinstitut Feb 29
The goes to for : a feminist film about self-determination, abortion and among women. 🎬Which feminist film is a “must see“ for you?
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Carlo Chatrian Jan 20
Ruiz/Sarmiento rediscovered, Radu Jude (double bill), Lois Patino, Song Fang and many more... Congrats to my friend Cristina Nord and her team.
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yangesh Feb 21
last year I met Indian film critic at berlinale. This year it's
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Cédric Succivalli Jan 29
Hong Sang-Soo is back for the third time in competition!
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TaIking Shorts Mar 6
. Curator Anna Henckel-Donnersmarck is the guest of the first episode of , our brand new podcast hosted, produced & edited by . Listen here: .
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yangesh Feb 22
Watched a movie with . With the director of the movie after the show !
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Hollywood News Feb 23
Berlin International Film Festival: “Death Of Nintendo” Is A Colorful Coming Of Age Story
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Ela Bittencourt Mar 3
In the end, DAU is its own resolute artifice, never dull, always disturbing. - on the two DAU movies unveiled at , for
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Julian Ross Feb 22
Double-bill of cattle films at today’s . Kelly Reichardt’s First Cow and OJOBOCA’s Her Name Was Europa. 🐃🐂🐄
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Deborah Cole Jan 29
: Petzold, Reichardt, Potter, Ferrara, P. Garrels, Panh, Hong, Qurbani, Rasoulof... Berlin film fest's new leadership unveils Competition lineup made up of vets & upstarts & a more than homeopathic dose of women directors (7 versus 16 men by my count)
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Chiara Marañón Mar 2
I couldn’t make it to any Vidor, but these films blew my mind [1/3] 1. THE WOMAN WHO RAN (Hong Sang-soo) 2. THE WORKS AND DAYS (OF TAYOKO SHIOJIRI IN THE SHIOTANI BASIN) (C.W. Winter & Anders Edström) 3. LOS CONDUCTOS (Camilo Restrepo) 4. UNDINE (Christian Petzold)
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BIMI Feb 29
Bye , Hi Birkbeck Setting up for today's screening with Ayo Akingbade after an early flight back from Berlin
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