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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
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
Siberia - by Abel Ferrara - BERLINALE 2020: After Tommaso, Abel Ferrara is back with another self-reflective piece, a collection of Freudian nightmares and silliness that is a fun ride as long as you don't take it seriously
Siberia
by Abel Ferrara
BERLINALE 2020: After Tommaso, Abel Ferrara is back with another self-reflective piece, a collection of Freudian nightmares and silliness that is a fun ride as long as you don't take it seriously
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
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
Golda Maria - by Patrick Sobelman, Hugo Sobelman - BERLINALE 2020: Patrick and Hugo Sobelman’s documentary proffers a testimony of inestimable human and historical value in memory of a woman who experienced a dramatically exceptional fate
Golda Maria
by Patrick Sobelman, Hugo Sobelman
BERLINALE 2020: Patrick and Hugo Sobelman’s documentary proffers a testimony of inestimable human and historical value in memory of a woman who experienced a dramatically exceptional fate

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Days of Cannibalism - by Teboho Edkins - BERLINALE 2020: Teboho Edkins signs his name to an intriguing, hybrid documentary on globalisation and China’s economic presence in Africa, in a version of Lesotho reminiscent of the Far West
Days of Cannibalism
by Teboho Edkins
BERLINALE 2020: Teboho Edkins signs his name to an intriguing, hybrid documentary on globalisation and China’s economic presence in Africa, in a version of Lesotho reminiscent of the Far West
A Storm Was Coming - by Javier Fernández Vázquez - BERLINALE 2020: Javier Fernández Vázquez makes his solo feature debut with a documentary that lifts the lid on the atrocities covered up by Spain during its colonial rule in Equatorial Guinea
A Storm Was Coming
by Javier Fernández Vázquez
BERLINALE 2020: Javier Fernández Vázquez makes his solo feature debut with a documentary that lifts the lid on the atrocities covered up by Spain during its colonial rule in Equatorial Guinea
Sow the Wind - by Danilo Caputo - BERLINALE 2020: A young woman passionate about agronomy and its links to ancestral tradition fights against the corruption of nature and minds, in this second feature film by Italy’s Danilo Caputo
Sow the Wind
by Danilo Caputo
BERLINALE 2020: A young woman passionate about agronomy and its links to ancestral tradition fights against the corruption of nature and minds, in this second feature film by Italy’s Danilo Caputo
Kill It and Leave This Town - by Mariusz Wilczynski - BERLINALE 2020: Renowned, self-taught animator Mariusz Wilczyński brings his shimmering magnum opus to the Berlinale’s newly introduced Encounters competition
Kill It and Leave This Town
by Mariusz Wilczynski
BERLINALE 2020: Renowned, self-taught animator Mariusz Wilczyński brings his shimmering magnum opus to the Berlinale’s newly introduced Encounters competition
If It Were Love - by Patric Chiha - BERLINALE 2020: Austria’s Patric Chiha puts his name to an extraordinary, immersive documentary which plunges us into the midst of Gisèle Vienne’s Crowd dance troop
If It Were Love
by Patric Chiha
BERLINALE 2020: Austria’s Patric Chiha puts his name to an extraordinary, immersive documentary which plunges us into the midst of Gisèle Vienne’s Crowd dance troop
The Salt of Tears - by Philippe Garrel - BERLINALE 2020: In his usual personal style — romantic, bare and suggestive — Philippe Garrel intertwines a discovery of the different facets of love with a father-son relationship
The Salt of Tears
by Philippe Garrel
BERLINALE 2020: In his usual personal style — romantic, bare and suggestive — Philippe Garrel intertwines a discovery of the different facets of love with a father-son relationship
Hope - by Maria Sødahl - Norwegian writer-director Maria Sødahl delivers an autobiographical and emotionally fragile love story through the powerful duo of Andrea Bræin Hovig and Stellan Skarsgård
Hope
by Maria Sødahl
Norwegian writer-director Maria Sødahl delivers an autobiographical and emotionally fragile love story through the powerful duo of Andrea Bræin Hovig and Stellan Skarsgård
Exile - by Visar Morina - Heaps of dead rats and a burning stroller: office bullying takes on a severe dimension in Visar Morina's sophomore film
Exile
by Visar Morina
Heaps of dead rats and a burning stroller: office bullying takes on a severe dimension in Visar Morina's sophomore film
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