Requiem for Mrs. J. (2017)
On Body and Soul (2017)
The Other Side of Hope (2017)
Spoor (2017)
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Spoor: Man is wolf to man

Spoor: Man is wolf to man

Bright Nights: An ambiguous epiphany in father-son relations

Bright Nights: An ambiguous epiphany in father-son relations

A Fantastic Woman: A marvellously biting genre bender

A Fantastic Woman: A marvellously biting genre bender

Ana, mon amour: You do me good, you kill me…

Ana, mon amour: You do me good, you kill me…

Hostages: A breathtaking blend of thriller and social commentary

Hostages: A breathtaking blend of thriller and social commentary

BERLIN 2017: Rezo Gigineishvili's fourth feature is both a relentless thriller and a well-developed and delivered social commentary  

20/02 | Berlin 2017 | Panorama Special

Golden and Silver Bear winners get German distribution

Golden and Silver Bear winners get German distribution

BERLIN 2017: Most of the festival hits had already been picked up for distribution before the awards ceremony  

20/02 | Berlin 2017 | Market/Germany

Portugal takes away top honours at Berlinale Shorts

Portugal takes away top honours at Berlinale Shorts

On Cineuropa Shorts: The Golden Bear for Best Short Film went to Diogo Costa Amarante for his film Cidade Pequena  

20/02 | Cineuropa Shorts

On Body and Soul wins Berlin’s heart

On Body and Soul wins Berlin’s heart

BERLIN 2017: The jury has handed the Golden Bear to this powerful and sensitive film, meticulously crafted by Hungary’s Ildikó Enyedi; European (co-)productions feature heavily on the winners’ list  

18/02 | Berlin 2017 | Awards

Little Harbour and Butterfly Kisses win the Crystal Bears in Berlin’s Generation

Little Harbour and Butterfly Kisses win the Crystal Bears in Berlin’s Generation

BERLIN 2017: Summer 1993 and School Number 3 received the Grand Prix of the international juries  

18/02 | Berlin 2017 | Generation/Awards

Berlin’s FIPRESCI Prize goes to On Body and Soul

Berlin’s FIPRESCI Prize goes to On Body and Soul

BERLIN 2017: The international critics have crowned Ildikó Enyedi’s film, while Insyriated and I Am Not Your Negro won the Audience Awards in the Panorama section  

18/02 | Berlin 2017 | Awards

Belinda: A tale of love and roaming

Belinda: A tale of love and roaming

BERLIN 2017: French director Marie Dumora takes us on a journey through the life of a Yenish girl in modern-day France  

18/02 | Berlin 2017 | Panorama Dokumente

Călin Peter Netzer • Director

Interview: Călin Peter Netzer • Director

Interview

BERLIN 2017: Cineuropa sat down with Romanian filmmaker Călin Peter Netzer, who has premiered Ana, mon amour in the Golden Bear competition of the Berlinale  

18/02

The King’s Choice: The story of the monarch who called Hitler’s bluff

The King’s Choice: The story of the monarch who called Hitler’s bluff

BERLIN 2017: After stirring audiences in Norway, Erik Poppe’s The King’s Choice joins a number of other films based on real-life historical events at this year’s Berlinale  

18/02 | Berlin 2017 | Panorama Special

Little Harbour: Setting sail for a new world

Little Harbour: Setting sail for a new world

BERLIN 2017: Iveta Grófová is taking part in Generation Kplus with a modern fairy tale that explores the relationships between the adult world and childhood  

18/02 | Berlin 2017 | Generation

Teresa Villaverde • Director

Interview: Teresa Villaverde • Director

Interview

BERLIN 2017: Cineuropa sat down with Portuguese filmmaker Teresa Villaverde, who premiered Colo in the Golden Bear competition of the Berlinale  

18/02

Maudie: Life in colour with Hawkins and Hawke

Maudie: Life in colour with Hawkins and Hawke

BERLIN 2017: Dublin-born director Aisling Walsh tells a moving story that depicts US naïve painter Maud Lewis’ pure and unadulterated take on life, starring Sally Hawkins and Ethan Hawke  

18/02 | Berlin 2017 | Berlinale Special

Ana, mon amour: You do me good, you kill me…

Ana, mon amour: You do me good, you kill me…

BERLIN 2017: Calin Peter Netzer brings us an intense exploration of the Freudian id of a love affair that plays out alongside mental illness, in which you never really know who’s torturing who  

17/02 | Berlin 2017 | Competition

Joaquim: The birth of a Brazilian hero

Joaquim: The birth of a Brazilian hero

BERLIN 2017: Marcelo Gomes explores the life and times of an icon of the Brazilian independence movement, set against the backdrop of the gold rush in the era of Portuguese rule  

17/02 | Berlin 2017 | Competition

Pasquale Scimeca shoots Balon, from the Nigerian desert to Sicily

Pasquale Scimeca shoots Balon, from the Nigerian desert to Sicily

After Biagio, the director is back on set to tell the story of the escape of a brother and sister who are made orphans by the war with jihadi militants  

17/02 | Production | Italy

The Europa Cinemas Label goes to Insyriated

The Europa Cinemas Label goes to Insyriated

BERLIN 2017: The gripping home-siege drama by Belgian filmmaker Philippe van Leeuw is named best European film in the Panorama section  

17/02 | Berlin 2017 | Awards

Maruša Majer • Actress

Interview: Maruša Majer • Actress

Interview

BERLIN 2017: Cineuropa sat down with Slovenian actress Maruša Majer, selected as one of the Shooting Stars 2017  

17/02

The Midwife: An unlikely crowd-pleaser

The Midwife: An unlikely crowd-pleaser

BERLIN 2017: Starring Catherine Deneuve as a cancer patient trying to reconnect with her alienated stepdaughter, Martin Provost’s new effort is one unexpected feel-good movie  

17/02 | Berlin 2017 | Out of competition

Louis Hofmann • Actor

Interview: Louis Hofmann • Actor

Interview

BERLIN 2017: Cineuropa sat down with German actor Louis Hofmann, selected as one of the Shooting Stars 2017  

17/02

The Bar: The accursed eight

The Bar: The accursed eight

BERLIN 2017: Álex de la Iglesia corrals three women and five men in the titular drinking establishment, only to force them — and us — to endure a waking nightmare of anguish, violence and excess  

17/02 | Berlin 2017 | Out of Competition

Jihlava launches a post-production fund

Jihlava launches a post-production fund

The Ji.hlava Film Fund will provide in-kind post-production grants for documentaries from Central and Eastern Europe  

17/02 | Funding | Central and Eastern Europe

Summer 1993: A lump in the back of the throat

Summer 1993: A lump in the back of the throat

BERLIN 2017: Carla Simón’s first feature is an intimate, autobiographical study of how hard it can be to fit in; portraying a child’s experience of learning to live with grief and the hard reality  

17/02 | Berlin 2017 | Generation

The Jacques Deray Prize goes to Dark Diamond

The Jacques Deray Prize goes to Dark Diamond

Arthur Harari’s feature debut has been crowned Best French Crime Film of the Year and is racking up a string of accolades  

17/02 | Awards | France

Sarajevo announces new format and student programme

Sarajevo announces new format and student programme

The Sarajevo Film Festival will extend its Industry Days to enhance the synergy with its programme, and introduce a student competition  

17/02 | Sarajevo 2017

A Prominent Patient: A Masaryk biopic that takes too many liberties

A Prominent Patient: A Masaryk biopic that takes too many liberties

BERLIN 2017: Julius Ševčík explores Jan Masaryk's life and career with a questionable approach and mixed results  

17/02 | Berlin 2017 | Berlinale Special

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