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Berlin 2006

Largest turnout ever at the EFM

Largest turnout ever at the EFM

According to the final figures released by the European Film Market (EFM), 2006 was a record-breaking year for the Berlin International Film Festival’s parallel market, held for the first time at...  

01/03/2006 | Berlin 2006 | Market

Clean double win for A Soap

A Soap, the debut feature by Pernille Fischer Christensen, was awarded both the Jury Grand Prix – Silver Bear for Best Film (along with Jafar Panahi’s Offside) and the Best First Feature Award at...  

20/02/2006 | Berlin 2006 | Awards

Crystal Bears for three Nordic films

Scandinavian cinema’s ability to provide the very best in children’s films has once again been illustrated with the awarding of three Crystal Bears at this year’s Berlin Film Festival. The winning...  

20/02/2006 | Berlin 2006  | Awards

A German Night

A German Night

After 10 exciting days and over 400 films, the top winners of the 56th Berlinale were finally announced tonight. European productions (German films, in particular) made a splash among the members...  

18/02/2006 | Berlin 2006 | Awards

German exorcist film closes festival

German exorcist film closes festival

The curtain is about to come down on the56th Berlinale with Requiem by German director Hans-Christian Schmid. The film screens tonight in official competition and one can almost say that the best...  

17/02/2006 | Berlin 2006 | Competition

Latido’s slate welcomed by distributors

Madrid-based Latido Sales, headed by Massimo Saidel, has had a busy Berlin market with sales across its slate and particular critical attention focused on its Panorama title Heaven’s Doors by...  

17/02/2006 | Berlin 2006 | Market

A Catalan gang soap

A Catalan gang soap

Screening in the Panorama sidebar section, El triunfo: The Beat of the Streets sees a female director taking on a violent tale about street gangs with soap opera elements. The genre, usually...  

17/02/2006 | Berlin 2006 | Panorama

Murer back among the big boys

Berlin Film Festival Director Dieter Kosslick personally paid tribute to Fredi M. Murer with a Bronze Bear on February 16, also in acknowledgment of the return of the great Swiss German filmmaker,...  

17/02/2006 | Berlin 2006 | Switzerland

Chabrol and the allure of power

Chabrol and the allure of power

Claude Chabrol and Robert Altman are the two veteran filmmakers with highly anticipated films in official competition at theBerlinale. If Altman's A Prairie Home Companion is so far the critics'...  

17/02/2006 | Berlin 2006 | Competition

Wajda receives Lifetime Achievement Bear

Andrzej Wajda, who will celebrate his 80th birthday on March 6, was awarded an Honorary Golden Bear for Lifetime Achievement at the Berlin Film Festival yesterday evening. Wadja has already...  

16/02/2006 | Berlin 2006 | Awards

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