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Review: Touch Me Not

Review: Touch Me Not

Review: The Heiresses

Review: The Heiresses

Review: Isle of Dogs

Review: Isle of Dogs

Review: The Waldheim Waltz

Review: The Waldheim Waltz

Adina Pintilie’s Touch Me Not gets gold at Berlin

Adina Pintilie’s Touch Me Not gets gold at Berlin

BERLIN 2018: The bravery and experimental approach of the Romanian debutant have won over Tom Tykwer’s jury, which handed out its Grand Jury Prize to Malgorzata Szumowska’s Mug  

24/02 | Berlin 2018 | Awards

Review: Mug

Review: Mug

BERLIN 2018: Małgorzata Szumowska delights us with a film evoking the scleroses of Polish society, through the story of a young man who loses his face when he falls into the body of Christ  

24/02 | Berlin 2018 | Competition

Philip Gröning  • Director

Interview: Philip Gröning • Director

“Violence is always there”

BERLIN 2018: German director Philip Gröning discusses his new film presented in the main competition, My Brother’s Name Is Robert and He Is an Idiot  

24/02 | Berlin 2018 | Competition

Fortuna and Cross My Heart win the Crystal Bears in Berlin’s Generation

Fortuna and Cross My Heart win the Crystal Bears in Berlin’s Generation

BERLIN 2018: Fortuna also received the Grand Prix of the international jury in the 14plus section, while The Seen and Unseen won it in the Kplus section  

24/02 | Berlin 2018 | Generation/Awards

Thomas Stuber  • Director

Interview: Thomas Stuber • Director

"I always wanted to create a film where you have the feeling that the story is being told"

BERLIN 2018: Thomas Stuber talks to Cineuropa about his Berlinale competition entry In the Aisles and how being told a story is melancholic  

24/02 | Berlin 2018 | Competition

Berlin's FIPRESCI Prize goes to The Heiresses

Berlin's FIPRESCI Prize goes to The Heiresses

BERLIN 2018: Styx received the Europa Cinemas Label, while Profile and The Silence of Others got the Audience Awards in the Panorama section  

24/02 | Berlin 2018 | Awards

Review: In the Aisles

Review: In the Aisles

BERLIN 2018: Tissues may be required for Thomas Stuber’s Berlinale competition entry, starring Franz Rogowski and Sandra Hüller  

24/02 | Berlin 2018 | Competition

Review: Eldorado

Review: Eldorado

BERLIN 2018: Swiss director Markus Imhoof presents his latest film out of competition at the Berlinale, inspired by his childhood memories  

23/02 | Berlin 2018 | Out of Competition

Adina Pintilie  • Director

Interview: Adina Pintilie • Director

"I hope the film can open a dialogue and foster empathy, inclusion and freedom of expression"

BERLIN 2018: Romanian director Adina Pintilie explores the challenges of making her first film, Touch Me Not  

23/02 | Berlin 2018 | Competition

Review: I See Red People

Review: I See Red People

BERLIN 2018: Bojina Panayotova investigates the past of her family in communist Bulgaria. A very creative documentary, which is as serious as it is amusing  

23/02 | Berlin 2018 | Panorama Dokumente

Martin Šulík  • Director

Interview: Martin Šulík • Director

“If we forget our past, we are easy victims for demagogues”

BERLIN 2018: Cineuropa sat down with Slovakian director Martin Šulík to talk about his latest film, The Interpreter, the need to understand the past and his two star leads  

23/02 | Berlin 2018 | Berlinale Special

How do deposit systems safeguard Europe’s film and video content?

How do deposit systems safeguard Europe’s film and video content?

The European Audiovisual Observatory analyses the European and national rules on depositing films and videos in the archives  

23/02

Marysia Nikitiuk  • Director

Interview: Marysia Nikitiuk • Director

“The main idea was to combine the three worlds in a natural way”

BERLIN 2018: Ukrainian director Marysia Nikitiuk discusses her first film, When the Trees Fall, and how magical realism can bring hope  

23/02 | Berlin 2018 | Panorama

Review: When the Trees Fall

Review: When the Trees Fall

BERLIN 2018: Marysia Nikitiuk’s first film, screening in Panorama, is intense and full of vitality, just like the life of a teenager  

23/02 | Berlin 2018 | Panorama

Review: Touch Me Not

Review: Touch Me Not

BERLIN 2018: Adina Pintilie breaks new ground by playing with fiction and reality in her challenging first feature  

23/02 | Berlin 2018 | Competition

Review: My Brother's Name Is Robert and He Is an Idiot

Review: My Brother's Name Is Robert and He Is an Idiot

BERLIN 2018: As long, irritating and meaningless as its title, the film screened by Philip Gröning in competition lost its audience before even being able to finish traumatising them with its ending  

22/02 | Berlin 2018 | Competition

Review: The Seen and Unseen

Review: The Seen and Unseen

BERLIN 2018: Indonesian director Kamila Andini presents a fantastic tale about the metaphysical connection between a little girl and her terminally ill twin brother  

22/02 | Berlin 2018 | Generation

Emily Atef • Director

Interview: Emily Atef • Director

Interview

BERLIN 2018: We met up with German director Emily Atef, who discusses her last film, 3 Days in Quiberon, premiered in competition for the Golden Bear  

22/02 | Berlin 2018 | Competition

Matteo Simoni • Actor

Interview: Matteo Simoni • Actor

Interview

BERLIN 2018: We sat down with Belgian actor Matteo Simoni, selected for the 2018 Shooting Stars  

22/02 | Shooting Stars 2018

Luna Wedler • Actress

Interview: Luna Wedler • Actress

Interview

BERLIN 2018: We have chatted to Luna Wedler, the Swiss participant in the 2018 Shooting Stars, about her career  

22/02 | Shooting Stars 2018

Eili Harboe • Actress

Interview: Eili Harboe • Actress

Interview

BERLIN 2018: Norwegian actress Ellie Harboe, selected for the 2018 Shooting Stars, talks to us about her work  

22/02 | Shooting Stars 2018

The Croisette in the crosshairs

The Croisette in the crosshairs

Favourites, outsiders, likely bets and possible candidates: here are a few leads to help navigate the swarm of potential hopefuls for the 71st Cannes Film Festival (8-19 May)  

22/02 | Cannes 2018

Slovakian cinemas enjoy another triumphant, record-breaking year

Slovakian cinemas enjoy another triumphant, record-breaking year

Last year was also the most successful yet for domestic productions  

22/02 | Box office | Slovakia

Review: Becoming Astrid

Review: Becoming Astrid

BERLIN 2018: Pernille Fischer Christensen dedicates a totally adorable and lively film to an important moment in the life of Astrid Lindgren, the creator of Pippi Longstocking  

22/02 | Berlin 2018 | Berlinale Special Gala

Erik Poppe  • Director

Interview: Erik Poppe • Director

“I was sceptical about whether it would be possible to transform this story into a film”

BERLIN 2018: Erik Poppe discusses his emotive, harrowing U – July 22, screened in competition at Berlin  

22/02 | Berlin 2018 | Competition

Claire Simon  • Director

Interview: Claire Simon • Director

“It’s normal that you think your parents are a failure”

BERLIN 2018: Claire Simon discusses her hybrid doc Young Solitude, in which ten teenage students help her tell stories about their experiences  

22/02 | Berlin 2018 | Forum

Christian Petzold  • Director

Interview: Christian Petzold • Director

“If we want to move on, first we have to remember”

BERLIN 2018: We talked to German director Christian Petzold about his new feature, Transit, starring Franz Rogowski and Paula Beer, and shown in the main competition  

22/02 | Berlin 2018 | Competition

Benoît Jacquot • Director

Interview: Benoît Jacquot • Director

"I wanted to create a game of mirrors"

BERLIN 2018: Following the screening of Eva in competition at Berlin, Cineuropa met up with Benoît Jacquot, who talked to us about games of mirrors and reversing terms and inevitability  

21/02 | Berlin 2018 | Competition

The number of European films released outside of Europe up by 8.5% in 2016

The number of European films released outside of Europe up by 8.5% in 2016

According to the European Audiovisual Observatory, 650 European films were released outside of Europe in 2016  

21/02

Review: Genesis

Review: Genesis

BERLIN 2018: Árpád Bogdán's new feature is a bold and striking film that immerses the viewer but struggles with the clarity of certain parts of its narrative  

21/02 | Berlin 2018 | Panorama

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