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Berlin 2018 / Panorama

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Tinatin Kajrishvili • Director

Interview: Tinatin Kajrishvili • Director

Interview

We met up with Georgian director Tinatin Kajrishvili to discuss her latest film, Horizon  

01/03 | Berlin 2018 | Panorama

Review: Styx

Review: Styx

Wolfgang Fischer creates a claustrophobic atmosphere in open waters, where some sail freely and others drown  

28/02 | Astra 2018 | LUX Prize

Review: Jibril

Review: Jibril

BERLIN 2018: Henrika Kull's first feature film is the story of a romance that develops while one of the characters is in prison  

28/02 | Berlin 2018 | Panorama

Review: Boys Cry

Review: Boys Cry

BERLIN 2018: Damiano and Fabio D’Innocenzo make their cinema debut with a movie that’s as dark and tortured as a film noir, exploring the criminal education and the friendship of two young men  

26/02 | Berlin 2018 | Panorama

Marysia Nikitiuk  • Director

Interview: Marysia Nikitiuk • Director

“The main idea was to combine the three worlds in a natural way”

BERLIN 2018: Ukrainian director Marysia Nikitiuk discusses her first film, When the Trees Fall, and how magical realism can bring hope  

23/02 | Berlin 2018 | Panorama

Review: When the Trees Fall

Review: When the Trees Fall

BERLIN 2018: Marysia Nikitiuk’s first film, screening in Panorama, is intense and full of vitality, just like the life of a teenager  

23/02 | Berlin 2018 | Panorama

Review: Genesis

Review: Genesis

Árpád Bogdán's new feature is a bold and striking film that immerses the viewer but struggles with the clarity of certain parts of its narrative  

21/02 | Berlin 2018 | Panorama

Ramón Salazar  • Director

Interview: Ramón Salazar • Director

“We tried not to make it give way to tear-jerking melodrama”

BERLIN 2018: Ramón Salazar is back at the Berlinale with his fourth film, Sunday’s Illness, an intimate drama starring the incredible Susi Sánchez and Bárbara Lennie  

21/02 | Berlin 2018 | Panorama - Tribeca 2018

Review: Yardie

Review: Yardie

BERLIN 2018: The Wire star Idris Elba adapts Victor Headley’s cult novel for the big screen, showing promise that he’ll be as good behind the camera as he is in front of it  

21/02 | Berlin 2018 | Panorama

Review: L'Animale

Review: L'Animale

BERLIN 2018: Katharina Mückstein’s second feature tackles the conflicts between who we are, how we want to be perceived, and how to free ourselves from social conventions  

21/02 | Berlin 2018 | Panorama

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