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Berlinale 2011 / Panorama Special

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6 articles available in total starting from 11/02/2011. Last article published on 17/02/2011.

Man at Sea imprisons immigration drama

Man at Sea imprisons immigration drama

After a five-year absence from the big screen, acclaimed director Konstantinos Giannaris returns with the Panorama Special presentation Man at Sea. Starring Antonis Karistinos, the film follows a...  

17/02/2011 | Berlinale 2011 | Panorama Special/Greece

Love by substitution in Above Us Only Sky

Love by substitution in Above Us Only Sky

Above Us Only Sky, the debut feature by 34-year-old Jan Schomburg (who did his training in Cologne and Warsaw) was presented at Berlin in the Panorama Special section. Produced by Pandora, it...  

15/02/2011 | Berlinale 2011 | Panorama Special/Germany

Gleeson shines in McDonagh’s humorous The Guard

Gleeson shines in McDonagh’s humorous The Guard

John Michael McDonagh’s The Guard is a quirky buddy-cop film with an excellent cast led by magnificent Brendan Gleeson, fast-paced and with a rarely-seen quantity of witty dialogues. Gleeson plays...  

13/02/2011 | Berlinale 2011 | Panorama Special/ Ireland-UK-Argentina

A feel-good Life in a Day

A feel-good Life in a Day

Ridley Scott’s YouTube project Life in a Day directed by Kevin Macdonald is a heart-warming compilation experiment which, albeit impressively, shows a much nicer world than the one that we live...  

13/02/2011 | Berlinale 2011 | Panorama Special

Suicide Room for young, modern-day Werther

Suicide Room for young, modern-day Werther

His parents, who are close but very busy with demanding careers, occasionally find a bit of respite at the opera. But Dominik, a boy who dresses in black like Shakespeare’s Hamlet but is rather...  

12/02/2011 | Berlinale 2011 | Panorama Special/Poland

Panorama’s beguiling Devil

Panorama’s beguiling Devil

British actor Dominic Cooper (Mamma Mia!, An Education, The History Boys), plays the kind of juicy double role actors rarely get in The Devil’s Double, a Belgium-funded English-language feature...  

11/02/2011 | Berlinale 2011 | Panorama Special/Belgium

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