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Why Me? by Tudor Giurgiu
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Film Focus

Full presentations of films (interviews, videos, trailers, photo gallery, etc.). On this page you will find the more recent focuses. You can search for a specific film by using the Cineuropa "search" function. The films are sorted by title.

 

Why Me? by Tudor Giurgiu

19/02/2014

Tudor Giurgiu explores the dark context of a real-life legal case. Discovered at the Berlinales's Panorama.  

Why Me?

Why Me?

Free Entry by Yvonne Kerékgyártó

18/02/2014

Yvonne Kerékgyártó’s trip to a festival together with two teenage girls was awarded the Cineuropa Prize at Cinema City in Novi Sad.  

Free Entry

Free Entry

Sworn Virgin by Laura Bispuri

13/02/2014

Laura Bispuri tells the story of how a young woman becomes a man in order to escape from the destiny set in stone for women by the patriarchal archaisms of deepest Albania.  

Vergine giurata

Vergine giurata

Victoria by Sebastian Schipper

11/02/2014

BERLIN 2015: Sebastian Schipper takes us on an exciting journey through 140 minutes filmed in one breathtaking sequence. It is as poignant as it is astounding.  

Victoria

Victoria

Aferim! by Radu Jude

10/02/2014

Radu Jude’s third feature explores the social inequalities in 19th-century Romania, but also the relationship we have with the past.  

Aferim!

Aferim!

Body by Malgorzata Szumowska

09/02/2014

Malgorzata Szumowska employs her clever writing and camera work in a new intense human subject: the body as a link between the soul and the world  

Ciało

Ciało

As We Were Dreaming by Andreas Dresen

09/02/2014

Andreas Dresen recounts the dangerous life of five inseparable teens from the East before and after the fall of the Berlin Wall. A humorous coming-of-age story against a techno backdrop.  

Als Wir Träumten

Als Wir Träumten

45 Years by Andrew Haig

04/02/2014

Andrew Haigh depicts a couple about to celebrate their sapphire wedding anniversary and rediscover feelings long forgotten. Charlotte Rampling delivers a sublime performance.  

45 Years

45 Years

Nobody Wants the Night by Isabel Coixet

04/02/2014

Isabel Coixet has opened the Berlinale with an ambitious, captivating and beautiful movie that takes place in freezing landscapes and where Juliette Binoche and Rinko Kikuchi shine  

Nadie quiere la noche

Nadie quiere la noche

The Reaper by Zvonimir Jurić

30/01/2014

Best known as the co-director of The Blacks, Zvonimir Jurić again tackles the theme of war in Croatia, but this time around, he builds a plot out of its consequences for individuals and local communities, through three interconnected storylines.  

Kosac

Kosac
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