Alain Delon was once asked about a decade ago why it was that movie stars no longer have the glamour that they used to. He shrugged his shoulders and replied, "Well, maybe it's that the world just…
Nailing down a Berlinale section head in the middle of the festival is not an easy task, but when you do, it's not at all hard to get them to tell you about their program.
President Truman once said that "the only new thing new in the world is the history you don't know," and this year's third Selling Democracy program at Berlin ends with more "new" history unearthed…
How many indie DV docs shot in Israel about Philippine transsexual drag performers are feted with a big Berlinale bash at the Hyatt with a 70-person sit-down dinner?
One of the nice things about being Dieter Kosslick is that not only do you get to hang out with all the people you admire in cinema, you also get to invite them over and give them an award.
When we think of cabaret in Berlin, we think of the city in the '20s and '30s, full of politics, humor and sin.