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Berlin 2018 / Generation

Review: Fortuna

Review: Fortuna

BERLIN 2018: A lucky strike for Germinal Roaux's second feature film, which won the two main prizes in the Generation section at the Berlinale  

05/03/2018 | Berlin 2018 | Generation

Nanouk Leopold • Director

Interview: Nanouk Leopold • Director

Interview

BERLIN 2018: We met up with Dutch director Nanouk Leopold to discuss her latest film, Cobain, premiered in the Generation section at Berlin  

28/02/2018 | Berlin 2018 | Generation

Fortuna and Cross My Heart win the Crystal Bears in Berlin’s Generation

Fortuna and Cross My Heart win the Crystal Bears in Berlin’s Generation

BERLIN 2018: Fortuna also received the Grand Prix of the international jury in the 14plus section, while The Seen and Unseen won it in the Kplus section  

24/02/2018 | Berlin 2018 | Generation/Awards

Review: The Seen and Unseen

Review: The Seen and Unseen

BERLIN 2018: Indonesian director Kamila Andini presents a fantastic tale about the metaphysical connection between a little girl and her terminally ill twin brother  

22/02/2018 | Berlin 2018 | Generation

Christian Lo • Director

Interview: Christian Lo • Director

"My style is close to realism, tempered by tenderness and nuanced humour"

BERLIN 2018: We met up with Norwegian director Christian Lo, whose third feature film Los Bando is screening in the Generation section  

21/02/2018 | Berlin 2018 | Generation

Review: Denmark

Review: Denmark

BERLIN 2018: Danish filmmaker Kasper Rune Larsen's first feature is an unflinching look at small-town youth, which is much less wasted than it might seem on the surface  

20/02/2018 | Berlin 2018 | Generation

Review: Cléo & Paul

Review: Cléo & Paul

BERLIN 2018: The sophomore feature by France’s Stéphane Demoustier is a striking, claustrophobic odyssey through the streets of Paris, seen through the eyes of a lost child  

20/02/2018 | Berlin 2018 | Generation

Review: Cobain

Review: Cobain

BERLIN 2018: Nanouk Leopold's new film is another subtle exploration of a family situation, except this time, the roles of parent and child are reversed  

19/02/2018 | Berlin 2018 | Generation

Berlin completes its Generation line-up

Berlin completes its Generation line-up

A crop of new features have been added to the 14plus and Kplus competitions of the gathering’s parallel section  

17/01/2018 | Berlin 2018 | Generation

Berlin's 41st Generation is dreaming with its eyes wide open

Berlin's 41st Generation is dreaming with its eyes wide open

The first 16 films selected for the youth section at the Berlinale (8 for Generation 14plus, 8 for Kplus) boast 16 countries among their producers and co-producers  

19/12/2017 | Berlin 2018 | Generation