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Berlinale 2020


165 articles available in total starting from 20/06/2018. Last article published on 29/02/2020.

Review: Night Shift

Review: Night Shift

BERLINALE 2020: Virginie Efira, Grégory Gadebois and Omar Sy play police officers racked with self-questioning, caught between obeying orders and following their conscience in Anne Fontaine’s new film  

29/02 | Berlinale 2020 | Berlinale Special

Review: Charlatan

Review: Charlatan

BERLINALE 2020: In her new film, Agnieszka Holland finds herself a new real-life hero. And then makes him human  

28/02 | Berlinale 2020 | Berlinale Special

Review: All the Dead Ones

Review: All the Dead Ones

BERLINALE 2020: Caetano Gotardo and Marco Dutra team up for an ambitious period piece that resonates with their country's present social situation but falls short in execution  

28/02 | Berlinale 2020 | Competition

Review: Irradiated

Review: Irradiated

BERLINALE 2020: Rithy Panh presents a merciless perspective on humans, evil and destruction in the 20th century, in his sophisticated documentary, an astonishing metaphysical poem on the atomic age  

28/02 | Berlinale 2020 | Competition

Patric Chiha • Director of If It Were Love

Interview: Patric Chiha • Director of If It Were Love

"You never dance for the future or the past, you always dance to catch the present"

BERLINALE 2020: We sat down with Austrian director Patric Chiha to talk about his French-produced dance documentary If It Were Love, screened in Panorama  

28/02 | Berlinale 2020 | Panorama

Johannes Naber • Director of Curveball

Interview: Johannes Naber • Director of Curveball

“We took the truth over the top and made it surreal; with the facts at hand, it wasn’t hard at all”

BERLINALE 2020: We chatted to Johannes Naber to get the low-down on Curveball, his adaptation of a true and twisted story that triggered the 2003 Iraq War  

28/02 | Berlinale 2020 | Berlinale Special

Review: Shine Your Eyes

Review: Shine Your Eyes

BERLINALE 2020: Matias Mariani tells a tale that is out of Africa but is soaked in the magical-realist tradition of South American storytelling  

28/02 | Berlinale 2020 | Panorama

Bastian Günther • Director of One of These Days

Interview: Bastian Günther • Director of One of These Days

"Such kind of endurance contests reflect so well the system we live in"

BERLINALE 2020: Germany's Bastian Günther talks to us about his Panorama-screened film One of These Days, which portrays the obsession with economic gain in a small Texan town  

28/02 | Berlinale 2020 | Panorama

Georgis Grigorakis • Director of Digger

Interview: Georgis Grigorakis • Director of Digger

“Like the protagonists, we embarked upon an external as well as an inner journey”

BERLINALE 2020: We talked to Georgis Grigorakis, the director of Digger, which premiered in the Panorama section  

28/02 | Berlinale 2020 | Panorama

Review: Red Moon Tide

Review: Red Moon Tide

BERLINALE 2020: The second feature film by Lois Patiño is a highly aesthetic ghostly dream, which pays tribute to his Galician homeland, where death is inextricably linked to the sea  

28/02 | Berlinale 2020 | Forum