A sympathetic portrayal of the conflicts between mothers and daughters, wives and husbands, and the eternal desire for a room of one's own
Berlin Film Festival
Situated as it is in the dank tail-end of a cold German winter, the Berlinale never attracts as much attention from awards-watchers as its fellow European majors Cannes and Venice.
In recent years, the humble art of knitting has acquired an increasingly young, hip following for its supposedly therapeutic benefits — and finally has a film to show for it in "Close-Knit."
Andoni has his "actors" abuse each other while he watches on the side, thereby exchanging the charge of narcissism that accompanied his previous doc with that of sadism.
The loose, performance-focused drama follows troubled Maori teen Tia, who survives a fatal road accident while hitchhiking and is subsequently sheltered by the driver of the car, despite the…
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…
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…