195 articles available in total starting from 12/10/2020. Last article published on 23/02/2023.
Interview: Maryam Moghaddam and Behtash Sanaeeha • Directors of My Favourite Cake
“For us, the Eurimages Award is the first sign that a promising film will be made”
We chatted to the Iranian directors to get more information about their new project, which scooped the Eurimages Co-production Development Award at the Berlinale
Interview: Paolo Taviani • Director of Leonora addio
“I felt that this story written by Pirandello was part of the present”
BERLINALE 2022: The director spoke about his film, which retraces the daring adventure of Pirandello's ashes, through which the history of Italy is told
Interview: Lone Scherfig • Director of The Shift
“This is the way to look at our society and its core values”
BERLINALE 2022: The Danish filmmaker presents her first-ever series, set in the maternity ward of a Danish hospital and recently premiered in Berlinale Series
Interview: Hubertus Siegert • Producer of A German Party
"We wanted to show the rise of the far-right party in Germany as well its structure from bottom to top"
BERLINALE 2022: The documentary directed by Simon Brückner portrays the controversial German right-wing party AfD (Alternative für Deutschland)
Interview: Alain Gomis • Director of Rewind & Play
"The off-the-record footage of this concert shows much more than 'only' a genius"
BERLINALE 2022: The director delves into the archive footage of the visit of Thelonious Monk to Paris in 1969, turning them into an unexpected portrait of the jazz master
Interview: Raul Domingues • Director of Striking Land
"The changes happening within nature are more visible to those who work directly with the land"
BERLINALE 2022: The Portuguese director discusses his documentary, which places his grandmother, his neighbour and their lands at the centre of a portrait of how humans are connected to nature
Interview: Michael Borodin • Director of Convenience Store
"My film is a conversation about a modern slavery that doesn’t usually appear in either Uzbek or Russian movies"
BERLINALE 2022: The Uzbek director talks about his first film, based on the true case of the so-called “Golyanovo slaves” which came to light in 2016
Interview: Adam Koloman Rybanský • Director of Somewhere Over the Chemtrails
"This is a story about good people being victims of conspiracy theories and their own fears"
BERLINALE 2022: The Czech director talks to us about what was behind the making of his humorous parody about misinformation, fear and prejudices