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The Roads Not Taken - by Sally Potter - BERLINALE 2020: Sally Potter’s main competition contender is a story of a writer trapped inside his mind by illness, which thrives on Javier Bardem’s stunning performance
The Roads Not Taken
by Sally Potter
BERLINALE 2020: Sally Potter’s main competition contender is a story of a writer trapped inside his mind by illness, which thrives on Javier Bardem’s stunning performance
Berlin Alexanderplatz - by Burhan Qurbani - BERLINALE 2020: Burhan Qurbani’s opus huffs and puffs, but fails to blow the house down
Berlin Alexanderplatz
by Burhan Qurbani
BERLINALE 2020: Burhan Qurbani’s opus huffs and puffs, but fails to blow the house down
DAU. Natasha - by Ilya Khrzhanovskiy, Jekaterina Oertel - BERLINALE 2020: The long-gestating feature film by Jekaterina Oertel and Ilya Khrzhanovskiy, part of the DAU project, has surfaced in competition at Berlin
DAU. Natasha
by Ilya Khrzhanovskiy, Jekaterina Oertel
BERLINALE 2020: The long-gestating feature film by Jekaterina Oertel and Ilya Khrzhanovskiy, part of the DAU project, has surfaced in competition at Berlin
Bad Tales - by Damiano D'Innocenzo, Fabio D'Innocenzo - BERLINALE 2020: It’s a hot, wet Italian summer in this explosive fable by the D’Innocenzo brothers
Bad Tales
by Damiano D'Innocenzo, Fabio D'Innocenzo
BERLINALE 2020: It’s a hot, wet Italian summer in this explosive fable by the D’Innocenzo brothers
A Common Crime - by Francisco Márquez - BERLINALE 2020: Argentina’s Francisco Márquez denounces the persecution of civilians in his psychological thriller about a woman who unwittingly becomes an accessory to a crime
A Common Crime
by Francisco Márquez
BERLINALE 2020: Argentina’s Francisco Márquez denounces the persecution of civilians in his psychological thriller about a woman who unwittingly becomes an accessory to a crime
À l'abordage - by Guillaume Brac - BERLINALE 2020: The South of France, off-the-cuff holidays and far-fetched romantic schemes are all in the offing for the unlikely trio leading Guillaume Brac’s fun, clever and refreshing film
À l'abordage
by Guillaume Brac
BERLINALE 2020: The South of France, off-the-cuff holidays and far-fetched romantic schemes are all in the offing for the unlikely trio leading Guillaume Brac’s fun, clever and refreshing film
Pari - by Siamak Etemadi - BERLINALE 2020: Siamak Etemadi’s debut feature depicts an Iranian mother’s compelling journey in a foreign place, paved with conflict, sacrifice and possible rebirth
Pari
by Siamak Etemadi
BERLINALE 2020: Siamak Etemadi’s debut feature depicts an Iranian mother’s compelling journey in a foreign place, paved with conflict, sacrifice and possible rebirth
Ordinary Justice - by Chiara Bellosi - BERLINALE 2020: The fiction feature debut of documentary-maker Chiara Bellosi oscillates between the social theme of excessive self-defence and human observation of the people involved
Ordinary Justice
by Chiara Bellosi
BERLINALE 2020: The fiction feature debut of documentary-maker Chiara Bellosi oscillates between the social theme of excessive self-defence and human observation of the people involved

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My Little Sister - by Stéphanie Chuat, Véronique Reymond - BERLINALE 2020: For Nina Hoss’s frustrated playwright in Stéphanie Chuat and Véronique Reymond’s film, something is rotten in the state of Switzerland
My Little Sister
by Stéphanie Chuat, Véronique Reymond
BERLINALE 2020: For Nina Hoss’s frustrated playwright in Stéphanie Chuat and Véronique Reymond’s film, something is rotten in the state of Switzerland
Delete History - by Benoît Delépine, Gustave Kervern - BERLINALE 2020: Dumb and Dumber meets the “yellow vest” movement in Benoît Delépine and Gustave Kervern’s charming oddity
Delete History
by Benoît Delépine, Gustave Kervern
BERLINALE 2020: Dumb and Dumber meets the “yellow vest” movement in Benoît Delépine and Gustave Kervern’s charming oddity
Undine - by Christian Petzold - BERLINALE 2020: The latest effort by Christian Petzold, which is competing for the Golden Bear, is a love story with a mystical twist but will leave your eyes dry
Undine
by Christian Petzold
BERLINALE 2020: The latest effort by Christian Petzold, which is competing for the Golden Bear, is a love story with a mystical twist but will leave your eyes dry
Between Dog and Wolf - by Irene Gutiérrez - BERLINALE 2020: Irene Gutiérrez visits the Cuban jungle in a docufiction that follows three former fighters on a journey, exploring the most deep-rooted and tenacious ideologies and mindsets
Between Dog and Wolf
by Irene Gutiérrez
BERLINALE 2020: Irene Gutiérrez visits the Cuban jungle in a docufiction that follows three former fighters on a journey, exploring the most deep-rooted and tenacious ideologies and mindsets
The Exit of the Trains - by Radu Jude, Adrian Cioflâncă - BERLINALE 2020: Radu Jude and Adrian Cioflâncă’s documentary essay is a necessary and efficient account of the Romanian Holocaust
The Exit of the Trains
by Radu Jude, Adrian Cioflâncă
BERLINALE 2020: Radu Jude and Adrian Cioflâncă’s documentary essay is a necessary and efficient account of the Romanian Holocaust
Petit Samedi - by Paloma Sermon-Daï - BERLINALE 2020: By way of a dual outlook on addiction, Paloma Sermon Daï delivers a sensitive film about filial and maternal love, and second chances
Petit Samedi
by Paloma Sermon-Daï
BERLINALE 2020: By way of a dual outlook on addiction, Paloma Sermon Daï delivers a sensitive film about filial and maternal love, and second chances
Orphea - by Alexander Kluge, Khavn - BERLINALE 2020: Alexander Kluge and Khavn co-direct a rock opera on consumer societies and the rise of xenophobia in Europe, reinterpreting the myth of Orpheus and Eurydice
Orphea
by Alexander Kluge, Khavn
BERLINALE 2020: Alexander Kluge and Khavn co-direct a rock opera on consumer societies and the rise of xenophobia in Europe, reinterpreting the myth of Orpheus and Eurydice
Father - by Srdan Golubović - BERLINALE 2020: Serbian director Srdan Golubović has brought his latest film, a mix of Ken Loachian social drama and on-foot road movie, to the Berlinale's Panorama section
Father
by Srdan Golubović
BERLINALE 2020: Serbian director Srdan Golubović has brought his latest film, a mix of Ken Loachian social drama and on-foot road movie, to the Berlinale's Panorama section
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