Listen to the interview here. (Berlin, Germany, Feb 2, 2016) The 66th Berlin International Film Festival is about to start and Cirina Catania is already musing about it on the BuZZ. How do you pick what you want to see when over 400 films from more than 95 countries are being screened in numerous categories. […]
“Nobody Wants the Night,” (“Nadie Quiere La Noche”) starring Juliette Binoche as Josephine Peary, Rinko Kikuchi as Allaka and Gabriel Byrne as Bram from one of the Berlinale’s darling directors, Isabel Coixet, should be a mesmerizing, engaging big-vista adventure. Although the film is beautifully shot against breathtaking vistas, features some of this generation’s finest actors, […]
(Berlin, Germany, July 9, 2014) This just in from the Press Office: At the 20th jury session of the World Cinema Fund (WCF), the jury recommended four new film projects for production funding and one work for distribution funding. Since its establishment in October 2004, the WCF has awarded production and distribution funding to a […]
Niko von Glasow doesn’t let his disability stop him from directing amazing movies. Check out “My Way to Olympia” when it comes to a theatre near you.
Gus van Sant’s Promised Land receives Special Mention
(Berlin, Germany – January 9, 2012) An additional ten world premieres have been announced by the Berlinale 2012 and will be screening in the Competition program. Directors Billy Bob Thornton, Christian Petzold, Paolo and Vittorio Taviani, Benedek Fliegauf, Hans-Christian Schmid, Matthias Glasner, Miguel Gomes, Alain Gomis, Ursula Meier and Spiros Stathoulopoulos will all be competing for this […]
FYI – This article first appeared on Technorati, December 30,2011: http://technorati.com/entertainment/film/article/berlin-film-festival-2012-berlinale-schedules/ We’re in non-stop film season and though most of us are prepping for the New Year, Sundance and in the middle of catching up with our Academy screeners, let’s pause for a moment to reflect on the line-up for the upcoming Berlinale taking place […]
Ralph Fiennes and Gerard Butler circle each other like wild animals out for the kill in “Coriolanus” reviewed at the Berlinale (Berlin International Film Festival 2011) This film review first appeared on Technorati at http://preview.tinyurl.com/6gdy8eu [Open in new window]
Berlinale Boot Camp Pt. 1 – 10 Things You Can’t Live Without While in Berlin for the Berlinale.