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Berlinale 2011 / Panorama

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6 articles available in total starting from 13/02/2011. Last article published on 18/02/2011.

Off Beat: Love and Other Drugs

Off Beat: Love and Other Drugs

The Swiss Panorama title Off Beat is director Jan Gassmann’s first fiction feature and his second effort to be showcased at the Berlinale after his 2007 documentary Chrigu. The 90-minute film is...  

18/02/2011 | Berlinale 2011 | Panorama/Switzerland

De Aranoa takes on life and death in Amador

De Aranoa takes on life and death in Amador

Amador, the new film by multi-awarded Spanish director Fernando León De Aranoa (Mondays in the Sun, Princesses) is realistic drama about life and death, sometimes genuinely touching, insightful...  

16/02/2011 | Berlinale 2011 | Panorama/Spain

Sidewalls: Buenos Aires in the time of virtual love

“In Buenos Aires, people know hardly anything about each the buildings in which they live. It’s a city in continuous movement, things are constructed, destroyed, reconstructed. Its façade changes,...  

15/02/2011 | Berlinale 2011 | Panorama/Argentina-Germany-Spain

Aviad explores two women’s Invisible trauma

Michal Aviad’s Invisible, co-produced by Cologne-based Tag/Traum (which champions "different" films, from documentaries to fiction) and shown in the Berlinale Panorama, opens with a warning: any...  

15/02/2011 | Berlinale 2011 | Panorama/Germany-Israel

3D The Mortician emotionally engaging

UK director Gareth Maxwell Roberts’ The Mortician, co-produced by Full Circle Films and Film and Music Entertainment from the UK, and Belladonna Productions and Films in Motion on the US side, is...  

13/02/2011 | Berlinale 2011 | Panorama/UK/USA

Giæver scales Mountain of sorrow

Giæver scales Mountain of sorrow

Two years after the screening of Rune Denstad Langlo's North, the Panorama sidebar of the Berlinale yesterday unveiled Ole Giæver’s The Mountain, another Norwegian feature debut that uses the...  

13/02/2011 | Berlinale 2011 | Panorama

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