The impact of Netflix and Amazon on overseas business was a hot issue at Berlin Film Festival's European Film Market. As Netflix rolls out globally, the streaming service has begun to cherry-pick…
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Sumptuous lesbian-tinged drama sells over 100 territories at Berlin Market for Korea's CJ Entertainment.
Berlin Golden Bear Winner Gianfranco Rosi on Hopes ‘Fire at Sea’ Can Help Solve Europe’s Refugee Crisis
Gianfranco Rosi, who just won the Berlin fest's Golden Bear with refugee-crisis themed docu "Fire at Sea," has long been chronicling reality with a distinctive documentary style marked by a potent…
In the opening scene of Berlin best director winner "Things to Come," Isabelle Huppert asks her students to consider the question, "Can we put ourselves in the place of another?"
Hans Steinbichler's handsome prestige pic brings Anne Frank's diary to the big screen as an accessible German-language drama.
"Fire at Sea," Gianfranco Rosi's Italian documentary about the refugee crisis on the island of Lampedusa, won the 66th Berlin Film Festival's Golden Bear for Best Film on Saturday. The pic's win came…
Although named best film by the youth jury in the Berlin fest's Generation 14Kplus section, this is a title that will be appreciated by arthouse fans of all ages.
Not everyone in France is a wine connoisseur. In "Saint Amour," country bumpkin cattle farmer Bruno (Benoit Poelvoorde) tosses back the stuff just to get drunk.
Conceived in real time, "Paris 05:59" is a bold, sexually explicit yet heart-warming story of two men who prove that it really does only take a second to fall in love.
A chill pervades everything about "United States of Love," a largely unforgiving though strikingly lensed look at four unhappy women eaten up with obsessions.
Somewhere around the sixth hour of "A Lullaby to the Sorrowful Mystery," two characters engage in a hoary discussion about the value of art as an instrument of political change.