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Berlinale 2020 / Berlinale Special


22 articles available in total starting from 13/12/2019. Last article published on 03/03/2020.

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Oleg Sentsov  • Director of Numbers

Interview: Oleg Sentsov • Director of Numbers

“When you are able to topple the old regime, that does not automatically mean you are able to build a better one”

BERLINALE 2020: Ukrainian helmer Oleg Sentsov, who made his new film, Numbers, while in prison, talked to us about working on set remotely and his love of cinema  

03/03 | Berlinale 2020 | Berlinale Special

Review: Persian Lessons

Review: Persian Lessons

BERLINALE 2020: Despite an unbelievable conceit, actors Nahuel Pérez Biscayart and Lars Eidinger excel in Vadim Perelman's engaging World War II yarn  

03/03 | Berlinale 2020 | Berlinale Special

Review: Paris Calligrammes

Review: Paris Calligrammes

BERLINALE 2020: German artist Ulrike Ottinger takes us back to the Paris of the 1960s in this wonderful reminiscence of her formative years as an artist  

03/03 | Berlinale 2020 | Berlinale Special

Matteo Garrone  • Director of Pinocchio

Interview: Matteo Garrone • Director of Pinocchio

"The best way to surprise people was to go back to the original book"

BERLINALE 2020: We caught up with Matteo Garrone to discover more about his Roberto Benigni-starring adaptation of Pinocchio, screening in the Berlinale Special section  

02/03 | Berlinale 2020 | Berlinale Special

Anne Fontaine  • Director of Night Shift

Interview: Anne Fontaine • Director of Night Shift

"The female character is the one who disrupts the routine – her own fragility leads her to reflect on the humanity of their task"

BERLINALE 2020: We met up with French-Luxembourgish director Anne Fontaine as she presented her new film, Night Shift, in the Berlinale Special section  

02/03 | Berlinale 2020 | Berlinale Special

Agnieszka Holland  • Director of Charlatan

Interview: Agnieszka Holland • Director of Charlatan

“Love can be stronger than any of our weaknesses”

BERLINALE 2020: We met up with FAMU-educated Polish director Agnieszka Holland to discuss Charlatan, her film about a 1930s Czech healer  

29/02 | Berlinale 2020 | Berlinale Special

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

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: Curveball

Review: Curveball

BERLINALE 2020: Relying equally heavily on artistic licence and very real fake news, Johannes Naber turns the Iraqi WMD havoc into an outrageous black comedy  

28/02 | Berlinale 2020 | Berlinale Special

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