b

COMPETITION Golden Bear Best Film: Black Coal, Thin Ice Silver Bear Grand Jury Prix: The Grand Budapest Hotel by Wes Anderson Silver Bear Alfred Bauer Prize: Aimer, Boire Et Chanter by Alain Resnais Silver Bear for Best Director: Richard Linklater Boyhood Silver Bear for Best Actress: Haru Kuroki The Little House Silver Bear for Best  [ Read More ]

Share
wpid-Photo-10feb2013-1439.jpg

Berlinale Residency 2012 filmmakers   Tuesday, February 12   The Berlinale Residency programme supports writer/directors from around the world, who have already enjoyed their first festival and cinema successes, in developing their new fiction, documentary film or cross-media projects. The first Berlinale Residency took place from September – December 2012. The selected filmmakers stayed in  [ Read More ]

Share
1

STATE 194 PANORAMA DOKUMENTE at the Berlin FF 2013 SYNOPSIS: If you build the foundations of peace . . . will it come? This fascinating question lies at the heart of STATE 194, a vital and revealing look deep inside Israel and Palestine at the men and women trying to seize an historic opportunity to  [ Read More ]

Share
wpid-Photo-06feb2013-1717.jpg

The Berlin International Film Festival is celebrating its opening tomorrow, on February 7, 2013 at 7.30 pm. After a few words of greeting from Minister of State for Cultural and Media Affairs Bernd Neumann and Governing Mayor of Berlin Klaus Wowereit, the Festival will be officially opened by Jury President Wong Kar Wai (Hong Kong,  [ Read More ]

Share
wpid-Photo-28gen2013-1255.jpg

Berlinale 2013: International Jury With WONG Kar Wai serving as Jury President, the International Jury will decide who will receive the Golden Bear and Silver Bears of the 2013 Berlinale Competition. The other members of the International Jury will be Susanne Bier, Andreas Dresen, Ellen Kuras, Shirin Neshat, Tim Robbins and Athina Rachel Tsangari. Chinese  [ Read More ]

Share
wpid-Photo-23gen2013-1343.jpg

Film producers who are looking for exciting literary material for the screen should be in their element at “Books at Berlinale” on February 12, 2013. Ten novels that might make good movies will be presented at this year’s “Books at Berlinale” within the scope of the Berlinale Co-Production Market. At the breakfast following the pitch,  [ Read More ]

Share
Diaz-film-regia-Daniele-Vicari

“The most serious suspension of democratic rights in a Western country after the second world war.” Amnesty International. July 21 2001: 400 police officers raid the Diaz-Pascoli school in Genoa, set up as a social forum, injuring several nonviolent activists in town for the G8. Shortly after midnight, the police storms in the school and  [ Read More ]

Share
berlin__120103140516

 Berlin Film Festival 2012: SEVEN WONDERS – RICHARD LORMAND Ira Sach’s KEEP THE LIGHTS ON: Heartrending, frank, smart, but real cinema. This beautiful film comes to the Panorama after receiving a very positive reception in Sundance. Outstanding Danish-born actor Thure Lindhardt (FLAME AND CITRON, NORDKRAFT, BROTHER-  HOOD, among many others) brings extra emotional depth  [ Read More ]

Share
true_grit_poster_08

The 61st edition of Berlin Film Festival, has started with the announced red carpet of the director and protagonists of “True Grit”, the new movie by the Coen brothers, ready to be out on european cinemas, and nominated for 10 Academy Awards, 13 years after “The Big Lebowski”.   If this Festival will see headmasters  [ Read More ]

Share
exit-through-the-gift-shop

  Banksy film wins with Julien Temple and Mat Whitecross! UK graffiti artist Banksy‘s documentary “Exit Through The Gift Shop” has landed a top prize at the annual Grierson Trust Awards in London. In a taped speech, he accepted the most entertaining documentary trophy, which he had spray-painted himself. Banksy, who hides his identity, dedicated  [ Read More ]

Share

Sponsor