As the Berlinale draws to a close, the film festival's chief Dieter Kosslick observes with satisfaction that the event, once again, served as both a showcase for outstanding movies and a soapbox for…
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Variety's 10 Europeans to Watch were feted at a luncheon last week at Soho House in Berlin, in association with Tiffany & Co., and later the same day at a reception hosted by Medienboard…
It’s hardly the first place you’d expect a Goethe reference, but the fizzy, '80s-influenced synthpop song that closes Liu Jian’s animated Berlin competition title “Have a Nice Day” (written, like all…
The film has a strong start but as it progresses, the lead characters make unconvincing personality about-faces even before they've lost the attractions they might once have had.
Even if you overlook the startling historical license, "A Prominent Patient" would still be a train wreck for its godawful script and muddled structure.
Hugh Jackman and Patrick Stewart wowed the crowd at the Berlinale on Friday following the out-of-competition screening of their latest, and perhaps final, X-Men installment, "Logan." In the film, set…
Serial killer drama "Freud," one of the seven TV projects pitched at this week’s Berlin Drama Series Days, has been chosen to be presented at the upcoming edition of Paris-based Series Mania…
Romanian helmer-writer Călin Peter Netzer, a 2013 Golden Bear-winner for "Child's Pose," returns to the Berlinale competition this year with a very different tale of family dysfunction in "Ana, Mon…
Sundance Selects has acquired North American rights to Oliver Murray's authorized Bill Wyman documentary “The Quiet One.” "My life has been an extraordinary adventure,” Wyman said. “The time feels…
Gomes finds truth in concepts and details, envisioning an anti-hero's transformation from unthinking colonialist henchman to revolutionary.
Bruno Ganz on New Film About Last Days of East Germany: ‘This Is a Subject That Will Never Let Me Go’
Matti Geschonneck's "In Times of Fading Light," a multi-generational family drama set in East Berlin weeks before the fall of the Wall, unspooled as part of the Berlinale Special sidebar on Thursday…
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