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1669 articles available in total starting from 06/03/2008. Last article published on 23/05/2024.

The Georgian Film Institute addresses GNFC controversy at the EFM

The Georgian Film Institute addresses GNFC controversy at the EFM

BERLINALE 2024: Both the government's official Georgian National Film Center and the newly formed, independent Georgian Film Institute are present with separate stands at the market  

19/02 | Berlinale 2024 | EFM

Review: Elbow

Review: Elbow

BERLINALE 2024: Aslı Özarslan's coming-of-age film set in the Berlin immigrant community and Istanbul stands out for its storytelling economy, unusually dark atmosphere, and thematic variety and depth  

19/02 | Berlinale 2024 | Generation

Review: Love Lies Bleeding

Review: Love Lies Bleeding

BERLINALE 2024: Rose Glass goes all out in her first US-produced film, a campy combination of crime-thriller and lesbian romance starring Kristen Stewart, Ed Harris and Katy O'Brian  

19/02 | Berlinale 2024 | Berlinale Special

Review: The Wrong Movie

Review: The Wrong Movie

BERLINALE 2024: Keren Cytter's formally experimental and oddly engaging film could be described as a piece of kitchen-sink surrealism or a Beckett drama for the digital age  

18/02 | Berlinale 2024 | Forum

Review: Faruk

Review: Faruk

BERLINALE 2024: Aslı Özge returns to docu-fiction and her native city of Istanbul, creating an engaging, personal story with a strong political and social aspect  

18/02 | Berlinale 2024 | Panorama

Review: Suspended Time

Review: Suspended Time

BERLINALE 2024: A minor entry in Olivier Assayas' filmography is definitely his most autobiographical outing, but is probably among the least engaging  

18/02 | Berlinale 2024 | Competition

Review: Demba

Review: Demba

BERLINALE 2024: Senegalese director Mamadou Dia deals with mental health and the perception of it, with a distinct stylistic approach that works both in the film’s favour and to its detriment  

17/02 | Berlinale 2024 | Encounters

Review: Shahid

Review: Shahid

BERLINALE 2024: Narges Kalhor’s film is imaginative and rebellious, combining myriad art forms and discarding cinematic traditions, but struggles under the weight of its own ambition  

16/02 | Berlinale 2024 | Forum

Music biopic Sunday is the new box-office hit in the Balkans

Music biopic Sunday is the new box-office hit in the Balkans

The life story of an unlikely music star from the 1990s, Džej Ramadanovski, has sold over 267,000 admissions in Serbia, Montenegro and Bosnia, and opens this week in Croatia  

02/02 | Box Office | Serbia

Review: Me, Maryam, the Children and 26 Others

Review: Me, Maryam, the Children and 26 Others

Farshad Hashemi's first feature follows Iranian cinema's tradition of intertwining reality and fiction, and exploring the relationship between real life and cinema  

01/02 | IFFR 2024 | Tiger Competition

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