Film Reviews

3093 film reviews available in total starting from 04/09/2002. Last updated on 21/09/2018. 600 film reviews inserted in the last 12 months.

Bye Bye Germany by Sam Garbarski

14/02/2017

BERLIN 2017: Belgian director Sam Garbarski greets Berlin with a well-made yet respectful comedy about the Jews left behind in Germany after the concentration camps  

Auf Wiedersehen Deutschland

Auf Wiedersehen Deutschland

The Other Side of Hope by Aki Kaurismäki

14/02/2017

BERLIN 2017: Aki Kaurismäki brings us an uplifting but achingly realistic fable about the plight of refugees, with all the hallmarks of his inimitable style  

Toivon tuolla puolen

Toivon tuolla puolen

Bright Nights by Thomas Arslan

14/02/2017

BERLIN 2017: Thomas Arslan has returned to the Berlinale with a road movie following the journey of a father who, in saying goodbye to his own father, tries to repair his relationship with his son  

Helle Nächte

Helle Nächte

Call Me by Your Name by Luca Guadagnino

14/02/2017

BERLIN 2017: Luca Guadagnino’s intimate portrayal of a homosexual love affair is easily the director’s most tender and restrained work  

Call Me by Your Name

Call Me by Your Name

The Young Karl Marx by Raoul Peck

14/02/2017

BERLIN 2017: Raoul Peck’s new film is engagingly composed, excellently executed and even educational  

Le Jeune Karl Marx

Le Jeune Karl Marx

Animals by Greg Zglinski

14/02/2017

BERLIN 2017: Greg Zglinski presents the world premiere of a demanding and lysergic film that gives us a different experience of reality in the Forum section of the Berlinale  

Tiere

Tiere

The Party by Sally Potter

14/02/2017

BERLIN 2017: Sally Potter's eighth feature is a crisp, engaging comedy of characters and relationships  

The Party

The Party

Spoor by Agnieszka Holland

14/02/2017

BERLIN 2017: Agnieszka Holland unveils a surprising contender at the Berlinale with this genre-crossing creature thriller shot against a stunning natural landscape  

Pokot

Pokot

A Fantastic Woman by Sebastián Lelio

14/02/2017

BERLIN 2017: Returning to Berlin after his celebrated Gloria, Sebastián Lelio’s latest offering was rightfully greeted with one of the festival’s busiest screenings  

Una mujer fantástica

Una mujer fantástica

Final Portrait by Stanley Tucci

13/02/2017

BERLIN 2017: Stanley Tucci's fifth film as a director looks into the personality and the art of Alberto Giacometti  

Final Portrait

Final Portrait