Should you ever need a reminder that Marx's doctrine of historical materialism does not (just) refer to the love of antique fabrics, try shopping in Berlin.
The Berlinale and the Frankfurt Book Fair have been getting increasingly chummy in the past year. A partnership between the two events began at the Berlinale in 2005, and that was followed by joint…
One of the Berlinale's most ambitious projects of recent years has been the Talent Campus. Since its launch in 2003, the educational platform has not only helped make the festival more relevant to…
Berlin is a green and open city with enough parks and natural spaces to keep any urban treehugger happy. Unfortunately, chilly February is not the ideal month to take advantage of this.
Celebrating its fifth year, the totally Teutonic sidebar Perspektive Deutsches Kino is on a roll despite the gloomy climate of drooping box office and lower market share for local pics.
Stina Werenfels' first feature "Going Private" (Nachbeben) is the only Swiss pic screening in Panorama, but "Private's" theme of social deterioration is right in keeping with the Berlinale's often…
Film director Luis Llosa and novelist Mario Vargas Llosa, are at the Berlinale to tubthump "The Feast of the Goat," which is directed by Luis and based on a novel by Mario -- which many regard as the…
African filmmakers and the European orgs that tend to finance their work will huddle in Berlin today. Mini gabfest, part of the Berlinale Talent Campus, will address the difficulties facing African…
A modest inheritance makes a momentous difference in the life of an unassuming language teacher. Entertaining comedy is breezy fun for most of its running time, Repartee is snappy and Cannes settings…
Although "The Perfect Af-ternoon" reps the fourth feature from Polish writer-helmer Prze-myslaw Wojcieszek, arch use of film-within-a-film device and shaky lensing make this multigenerational dramedy…