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Katrin Büchler

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10 articles available in total starting from 14/03/2023. Last article published on 21/02/2024.

German Films celebrates its 70th birthday at the Berlinale

German Films celebrates its 70th birthday at the Berlinale

BERLINALE 2024: During a press conference, the national information and advisory centre for the promotion of German films provided an overview of its anniversary plans  

21/02 | Berlinale 2024 | EFM

Helsinki’s Love & Anarchy Festival launches fundraising campaign

Helsinki’s Love & Anarchy Festival launches fundraising campaign

The campaign gets under way today to combat the negative effects of the pandemic on the cultural sector, rising costs and only slowly recovering audience numbers  

27/11/2023 | Festivals | Awards | Finland

Review: Seventh Heaven

Review: Seventh Heaven

The comedy-drama by Jasna Nanut might not quite take us to the titular blissful place, but it is entertaining and peppered with tongue-in-cheek references to the way we live today  

08/11/2023 | Zagreb 2023

Citizen Saint and Blaga’s Lessons shine bright at CinÉast

Citizen Saint and Blaga’s Lessons shine bright at CinÉast

Tinatin Kajrishvili’s latest effort has scooped the Grand Prix, while the social thriller helmed by Stephan Komandarev took home two awards  

24/10/2023 | CinÉast 2023 | Awards

Review: By Miracle

Review: By Miracle

Marinos Kartikkis’s feature, despite being 13 years old, has the potential to show us that we should dare to believe in miracles, even today  

09/10/2023 | Films | Reviews | Cyprus

The 16th CinÉast focuses on adaptation and inclusion

The 16th CinÉast focuses on adaptation and inclusion

On this year’s festival menu, there will be new film productions from Eastern Europe, a master class with Patrice Leconte and a taste of Ukraine  

03/10/2023 | CinÉast 2023

Review: Overcoming

Review: Overcoming

Besire Paralik’s documentary talks about physical and mental barriers, how they are constructed and the existential struggle to overcome them  

26/09/2023 | Films | Reviews | Cyprus

Review: The Delinquents

Review: The Delinquents

CANNES 2023: Rodrigo Moreno’s criminally good crime story in three acts shows that “cinema is not really dead”  

24/05/2023 | Cannes 2023 | Un Certain Regard

Italy to be the Country in Focus at the 2024 European Film Market

Italy to be the Country in Focus at the 2024 European Film Market

CANNES 2023: After Canada, Mexico, Chile, Norway and the three Baltic states, Italy will be in the spotlight at the upcoming edition, which will unspool from 15-21 February 2024  

21/05/2023 | Cannes 2023 | Marché du Film

Series review: The Swarm

Series review: The Swarm

Although the “deep-sea monster” trope is nothing new, directors Luke Watson, Barbara Eder and Philipp Stölzl deliver an entertaining and visually stunning first season of their sci-fi drama  

14/03/2023 | Series | Reviews | Germany/Belgium

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