BERLIN — The Berlinale Camera bestowed its special honor Friday on film aficionados and directors Dorothea Moritz and Ron Holloway at the Palast.
Since 1986 the Camera has feted film personalities or institutions to whom they feel particularly indebted.
Film journalist Holloway has contributed to the diversification of the Berlinale’s activities. In 1979 he founded, with his wife Moritz, the English-language journal Kino German Film & International Reports, which is dedicated to German film. Moritz, an actress, has been selecting films for the Berlinale for 19 years; Holloway has also worked as a documentary maker.