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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
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
Hidden Away - by Giorgio Diritti - BERLINALE 2020: Giorgio Diritti’s biopic on painter Antonio Ligabue boasts an emotive and dramatic tension which is fully channelled into Elio Germano’s terrific performance
Hidden Away
by Giorgio Diritti
BERLINALE 2020: Giorgio Diritti’s biopic on painter Antonio Ligabue boasts an emotive and dramatic tension which is fully channelled into Elio Germano’s terrific performance
Little Girl - by Sébastien Lifshitz - BERLINALE 2020: Poignant and edifying, Sébastien Lifshitz’s documentary gently lifts the veil on one family’s battle against strict social norms surrounding the subject of gender
Little Girl
by Sébastien Lifshitz
BERLINALE 2020: Poignant and edifying, Sébastien Lifshitz’s documentary gently lifts the veil on one family’s battle against strict social norms surrounding the subject of gender
Mogul Mowgli - by Bassam Tariq - BERLINALE 2020: Riz Ahmed puts in an exceptional performance in Bassam Tariq's cautionary musical tale dealing with double consciousness
Mogul Mowgli
by Bassam Tariq
BERLINALE 2020: Riz Ahmed puts in an exceptional performance in Bassam Tariq's cautionary musical tale dealing with double consciousness
Los conductos - by Camilo Restrepo - BERLINALE 2020: Camilo Restrepo makes his debut with a fantastical tale on the instrumentalisation of religion and the triumph of violence in Colombia, based upon the recollections of a sect survivor
Los conductos
by Camilo Restrepo
BERLINALE 2020: Camilo Restrepo makes his debut with a fantastical tale on the instrumentalisation of religion and the triumph of violence in Colombia, based upon the recollections of a sect survivor
Wildland - by Jeanette Nordahl - BERLINALE 2020: In her first feature, Jeanette Nordahl cranks the tension up to 11 as Sidse Babett Knudsen steals the show
Wildland
by Jeanette Nordahl
BERLINALE 2020: In her first feature, Jeanette Nordahl cranks the tension up to 11 as Sidse Babett Knudsen steals the show
Malmkrog - by Cristi Puiu - BERLINALE 2020: Cristi Puiu opens the Berlinale's new competitive section Encounters with what might be his least accessible and most cerebral film
Malmkrog
by Cristi Puiu
BERLINALE 2020: Cristi Puiu opens the Berlinale's new competitive section Encounters with what might be his least accessible and most cerebral film

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Always Amber - by Hannah Reinikainen, Lia Hietala - BERLINALE 2020: Lia Hietala and Hannah Reinikainen are among the first filmmakers to explore the world of transgender teens without focusing on their gender identity or sexual orientation
Always Amber
by Hannah Reinikainen, Lia Hietala
BERLINALE 2020: Lia Hietala and Hannah Reinikainen are among the first filmmakers to explore the world of transgender teens without focusing on their gender identity or sexual orientation
One in a Thousand - by Clarisa Navas - BERLINALE 2020: The expression “growing pains” was coined for a reason, as proven by Clarisa Navas’ sophomore feature, which has opened the Panorama section of the Berlinale
One in a Thousand
by Clarisa Navas
BERLINALE 2020: The expression “growing pains” was coined for a reason, as proven by Clarisa Navas’ sophomore feature, which has opened the Panorama section of the Berlinale
Cocoon - by Leonie Krippendorff - BERLINALE 2020: Leonie Krippendorff's Generation opener is a tasteful and creative urban coming-of-age drama appropriately set during a hot summer in Kottbusser Tor
Cocoon
by Leonie Krippendorff
BERLINALE 2020: Leonie Krippendorff's Generation opener is a tasteful and creative urban coming-of-age drama appropriately set during a hot summer in Kottbusser Tor
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
Pinocchio - by Matteo Garrone - Matteo Garrone preserves the original spirit of the famous puppet and isn’t influenced by current tendencies in fantasy storytelling. In Italian cinemas from 19 December
Pinocchio
by Matteo Garrone
Matteo Garrone preserves the original spirit of the famous puppet and isn’t influenced by current tendencies in fantasy storytelling. In Italian cinemas from 19 December
Pompei - by John Shank, Anna Falguères - John Shank and Anna Falguères deliver a crepuscular tale of unconditional love, starring Garance Marillier and Aliocha Schneider
Pompei
by John Shank, Anna Falguères
John Shank and Anna Falguères deliver a crepuscular tale of unconditional love, starring Garance Marillier and Aliocha Schneider
My Salinger Year - by Philippe Falardeau - BERLINALE 2020: Philippe Falardeau's Margaret Qualley- and Sigourney Weaver-starrer is a disappointing and bland start to the 70th edition of the Berlin Film Festival
My Salinger Year
by Philippe Falardeau
BERLINALE 2020: Philippe Falardeau's Margaret Qualley- and Sigourney Weaver-starrer is a disappointing and bland start to the 70th edition of the Berlin Film Festival
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