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23 articles available in total starting from 20/12/2023. Last article published on 29/02/2024.

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Review: Who by Fire

Review: Who by Fire

BERLINALE 2024: In Philippe Lesage’s Generation-awarded film, hell may be other people, but the scariest demons lurk inside our own hearts and minds  

29/02 | Berlinale 2024 | Generation

Review: Fox and Hare Save the Forest

Review: Fox and Hare Save the Forest

BERLINALE 2024: Mascha Halberstad’s animated characters really do need to save the forest – but before that, they have to deal with massive egos and tiny underwear  

26/02 | Berlinale 2024 | Generation

Last Swim and It’s Okay snag the Crystal Bears in Berlinale’s Generation

Last Swim and It’s Okay snag the Crystal Bears in Berlinale’s Generation

BERLINALE 2024: Sasha Nathwani’s coming-of-age drama has triumphed in Generation 14plus, whilst Kim Hye-young’s tale about an orphaned young dancer emerged victorious in Generation Kplus  

24/02 | Berlinale 2024 | Generation/Awards

Carlo Sironi • Director of My Summer with Irène

Interview: Carlo Sironi • Director of My Summer with Irène

“I just don’t feel the desire to depict people my own age”

BERLINALE 2024: The director of the award-winning Sole braves the Sicilian heat to tell the story of two girls who run away and experience a proper summer together  

23/02 | Berlinale 2024 | Generation

Philippe Lesage • Director of Who by Fire

Interview: Philippe Lesage • Director of Who by Fire

“I go where it hurts”

BERLINALE 2024: The Canadian director explains how he took pleasure in misleading the viewer in his new film, where adults just can’t stop pretending  

22/02 | Berlinale 2024 | Generation

Review: My Summer with Irène

Review: My Summer with Irène

BERLINALE 2024: Maria Camilla Brandenburg shines in Carlo Sironi’s second feature, which is otherwise subtle to a fault  

22/02 | Berlinale 2024 | Generation

Soleen Yusef • Director of Winners

Interview: Soleen Yusef • Director of Winners

“Children should be able to speak their own language and tell their own stories”

BERLINALE 2024: The German-Kurdish writer-director zooms in on the unifying power of football in her new children’s film  

20/02 | Berlinale 2024 | Generation

Review: Disco Afrika: A Malagasy Story

Review: Disco Afrika: A Malagasy Story

BERLINALE 2024: Luck Razanajaona puts Madagascar on the world cinema map with a debut fiction feature painting an illuminating portrait of the stormy climate which reigns and endures on this island  

19/02 | Berlinale 2024 | Generation

Review: Elbow

Review: Elbow

BERLINALE 2024: Aslı Özarslan's coming-of-age film set in the Berlin immigrant community and Istanbul stands out for its storytelling economy, unusually dark atmosphere, and thematic variety and depth  

19/02 | Berlinale 2024 | Generation

Review: Maydegol

Review: Maydegol

BERLINALE 2024: Iran's Sarvnaz Alambeigi delivers a bitter and moving documentary about a 19-year-old exiled Afghan girl, a thai boxing practitioner in a relentless and desperate quest for freedom  

18/02 | Berlinale 2024 | Generation

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