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Berlinale 2019


189 articles available in total starting from 12/09/2018. Last article published on 05/02/2020.

The first half of the Berlin Panorama selection is complete

The first half of the Berlin Panorama selection is complete

With 22 titles representing 21 countries, including 14 world premieres and 13 European (co-)productions, the second-most-important section of the Berlinale is half complete  

18/12/2018 | Berlinale 2019 | Panorama

The European Film Market bolsters its well-established leading position

The European Film Market bolsters its well-established leading position

The Berlinale’s industry programme, one of the market’s trendsetters and the biggest meeting point of the beginning of the year, is already fully booked for its 2019 edition  

17/12/2018 | Berlinale 2019 | EFM

EXCLUSIVE: Teaser for Syllas Tzoumerkas’ The Miracle of the Sargasso Sea

EXCLUSIVE: Teaser for Syllas Tzoumerkas’ The Miracle of the Sargasso Sea

The latest movie by the Greek filmmaker will world-premiere in the Berlinale’s Panorama  

17/12/2018 | Berlinale 2019 | Panorama

The Berlinale announces six Golden Bear candidates for its 69th edition

The Berlinale announces six Golden Bear candidates for its 69th edition

Amongst the first titles to enter the competition are the latest films by three Berlinale regulars: François Ozon, Fatih Akin and Denis Côté  

13/12/2018 | Berlinale 2019 | Competition/Berlinale Special

Juliette Binoche to chair the jury of the 69th Berlinale

Juliette Binoche to chair the jury of the 69th Berlinale

The much-lauded French actress is to preside over the international jury that will hand out the prestigious Berlin Bears  

11/12/2018 | Berlinale 2019

Lone Scherfig's The Kindness of Strangers to open the Berlinale

Lone Scherfig's The Kindness of Strangers to open the Berlinale

The new English-language title by the Danish director will open the 69th edition of the festival on 7 February  

06/12/2018 | Berlinale 2019

Review: The Portuguese Woman

Review: The Portuguese Woman

Portuguese director Rita Azevedo Gomes has taken on another literary challenge, and the result is a rich, varied and sophisticated feature  

16/11/2018 | Films | Portugal

Review: Jessica Forever

Review: Jessica Forever

TORONTO 2018: Caroline Poggi and Jonathan Vinel attempt to push boundaries in a first feature film that borders on science fiction and realism  

13/09/2018 | Toronto 2018 | Platform

Review: Stupid Young Heart

Review: Stupid Young Heart

TORONTO 2018: Finnish filmmaker Selma Vilhunen delivers a well-crafted teenage drama that aims to address both the social aspect of teenage pregnancy and the rise of the far right in Europe  

12/09/2018 | Toronto 2018 | Contemporary World Cinema

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