Berlinale Perspektive Deutsches Kino

RP Kahl as special guest at Perspektive Deutsches Kino The Perspektive Deutsches Kino section aims to stimulate interest in new thematic and stylistic trends in German cinema. This section takes audiences on a journey of discovery through the world of German film. By revealing the unexpected and in contemporary German cinema, the idea is to … Sigue leyendo

Berlinale Forum Expanded

The Boundaries between Art and Cinema The Forum has always explored the boundaries between art and cinema. Forum Expanded, launched in 2006, presents film, video and installation works on various themes in locations around Berlin and ventures to provide critical commentary on and broaden the horizons of the cinematographic.

Berlinale Panorama Special

5 Highlights of the Panorama Special The Panorama Special shows major independent productions, as well as films by important American studios. The past and how it mirrors the present plays a central role in many of the feature films in this year’s Panorama programme. Whether in Brazil’s favelas (Bróder!) or in a small Taiwanese town … Sigue leyendo

Berlinale Special Gala

Top 3 films of the Special Gala section The festival shows new and extraordinary productions under the auspices of the Berlinale Gala Special, selected by festival director Dieter Kosslick. Their function is to honour great cinema personalities by showing their films and to immerse audiences in cinematic history by screening film classics. Films which deserve … Sigue leyendo

Berlinale Haiti Special

Berlinale Supports UNICEF Emergency Aid for Haiti Moloch Tropical is about a despotic president who does not want to step down even though his people are rebelling against him. This Berlinale Special film was shot on location in northern Haiti.

Berlinale Panorama Highlights

Panorama Top 3 This year’s Panorama is presenting 18 feature films in its main programme. From the start, the Panorama’s mission has been to discover films for the coming arthouse season and to provide the market with inspiration. The most interesting contributions of World Cinema come from Israel, Morocco and Bolivia this year.

Berlinale Forum Highlights

Best of World Cinema The International Forum of New Cinema – or Forum – is the most daring section of the Berlinale programme. Avant-garde, experimental, essays, lengthy observations, political reportages and yet-to-be-discovered cinematographers: in the Forum everything new or unconventional comes together and finds an audience known for its enthusiasm and discerning cinematic eye. For … Sigue leyendo

Berlinale Competition Highlights

The 7 most interesting competition titles 26 films are participating in the Competition programme of the 60th Berlin International Film Festival. These include productions from Argentina, Austria, Denmark, Germany, France, Great Britain, Japan, Norway, People´s Republic of China, Romania, Russian Federation, Sweden and USA. The International Jury, presided over by Werner Herzog, will decide who … Sigue leyendo

Berlinale Documentary Highlights

Panorama Dokumente giving political insights The Berlinale section Panorama Dokumente is presenting 20 documentaries this year. Aside from films deepening insight into political events – Red, White & The Green, about the last election in Iran and Budrus, about Palestinian life with the fence, the programme includes works that are cinematographic in nature. For instance, … Sigue leyendo

“In The Food For Love”

Culinary Cinema 2010 “In The Food For Love” is the motto of the Berlinale’s 4th Culinary Cinema, which will be held from February 14 to 19, 2010. Eleven films revolving around the relationship between food and love, nature, and the environment will be presented in the movie theatre at the Martin-Gropius-Bau. Following the 7:30 p.m. … Sigue leyendo

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