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Berlin 2018 / Competition

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Tinatin Kajrishvili • Director

Interview: Tinatin Kajrishvili • Director

Interview

We met up with Georgian director Tinatin Kajrishvili to discuss her latest film, Horizon  

01/03 | Sarajevo 2018 | Competition

Review: Styx

Review: Styx

Wolfgang Fischer creates a claustrophobic atmosphere in open waters, where some sail freely and others drown  

28/02 | Palić 2018 | Competition

Małgorzata Szumowska  • Director

Interview: Małgorzata Szumowska • Director

“I make films that are Polish to the core”

BERLIN 2018: Małgorzata Szumowska, who scooped a Silver Bear for Mug, explains why Poland is her ultimate inspiration  

27/02 | Berlin 2018 | Competition

Review: Ága

Review: Ága

In his new film, Bulgarian filmmaker Milko Lazarov endearingly explores elderly love and an ancient way of life  

26/02 | Sarajevo 2018 | Competition

Review: Mug

Review: Mug

BERLIN 2018: Małgorzata Szumowska delights us with a film evoking the scleroses of Polish society, through the story of a young man who loses his face when he falls into the body of Christ  

24/02 | Berlin 2018 | Competition

Philip Gröning  • Director

Interview: Philip Gröning • Director

“Violence is always there”

BERLIN 2018: German director Philip Gröning discusses his new film presented in the main competition, My Brother’s Name Is Robert and He Is an Idiot  

24/02 | Berlin 2018 | Competition

Thomas Stuber  • Director

Interview: Thomas Stuber • Director

"I always wanted to create a film where you have the feeling that the story is being told"

BERLIN 2018: Thomas Stuber talks to Cineuropa about his Berlinale competition entry In the Aisles and how being told a story is melancholic  

24/02 | Berlin 2018 | Competition

Review: In the Aisles

Review: In the Aisles

BERLIN 2018: Tissues may be required for Thomas Stuber’s Berlinale competition entry, starring Franz Rogowski and Sandra Hüller  

24/02 | Berlin 2018 | Competition

Adina Pintilie  • Director

Interview: Adina Pintilie • Director

"I hope the film can open a dialogue and foster empathy, inclusion and freedom of expression"

Romanian director Adina Pintilie explores the challenges of making her first film, Touch Me Not  

23/02 | Palić 2018 | Out of Competition

Review: Touch Me Not

Review: Touch Me Not

Adina Pintilie breaks new ground by playing with fiction and reality in her challenging first feature  

23/02 | Palić 2018 | Out of Competition

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