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Berlin 2018

Review: Denmark

Review: Denmark

BERLIN 2018: Danish filmmaker Kasper Rune Larsen's first feature is an unflinching look at small-town youth, which is much less wasted than it might seem on the surface  

20/02 | Berlin 2018 | Generation

Review: Lemonade

Review: Lemonade

BERLIN 2018: Ioana Uricaru’s first feature explores the trials and tribulations of a Romanian woman trying to settle in the United States  

20/02 | Berlin 2018 | Panorama

Review: Cléo & Paul

Review: Cléo & Paul

BERLIN 2018: The sophomore feature by France’s Stéphane Demoustier is a striking, claustrophobic odyssey through the streets of Paris, seen through the eyes of a lost child  

20/02 | Berlin 2018 | Generation

Review: The Son

Review: The Son

BERLIN 2018: Alexander Abaturov’s documentary intimately immerses itself in the training of Spetsnaz recruits – the Russian special military forces  

20/02 | Berlin 2018 | Forum

Review: A Paris Education

Review: A Paris Education

BERLIN 2018: Jean-Paul Civeyrac offers a splendid piece of fiction, full of scope, charm and mastery, with some excellent performances from young actors  

20/02 | Berlin 2018 | Panorama

The Berlinale Co-Production Market hands out three awards

The Berlinale Co-Production Market hands out three awards

BERLIN 2018: Israeli writer-director Hagar Ben-Asher received the prestigious Eurimages and ARTE accolades for her sophomore film project  

20/02 | Berlin 2018 | Industry/Awards

Laura Bispuri  • Director

Interview: Laura Bispuri • Director

“Cinema is made of women standing in the background”

BERLIN 2018: Cineuropa talks to Italian director Laura Bispuri, who after 2015’s Sworn Virgin returns to Berlin’s Main Competition with the Sardinia-set Daughter of Mine  

20/02 | Berlin 2018 | Competition

Review: U – July 22

Review: U – July 22

BERLIN 2018: Erik Poppe is in competition with a reconstruction of the Utøya tragedy, which is embarrassing on account of both its intentions and its predictability  

20/02 | Berlin 2018 | Competition

Review: The Real Estate

Review: The Real Estate

BERLIN 2018: Axel Petersén and Måns Månsson stir up feelings of intense social alienation, where narrative and form unite to create an atmosphere of rejection  

20/02 | Berlin 2018 | Competition

Review: 7 Days in Entebbe

Review: 7 Days in Entebbe

BERLIN 2018: José Padilha and Working Title make a film about Israel’s rescue of hostages in Uganda in 1976, screening out of competition at Berlin  

20/02 | Berlin 2018 | Out of competition

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