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Stitches - by Miroslav Terzic - BERLIN 2019: Miroslav Terzić's second feature is an accomplished psychological drama with strong thriller elements that should play equally well to regular audiences and discerning cinephiles
Stitches
by Miroslav Terzic
BERLIN 2019: Miroslav Terzić's second feature is an accomplished psychological drama with strong thriller elements that should play equally well to regular audiences and discerning cinephiles
Dafne - by Federico Bondi - BERLIN 2019: This lovable, character-driven family drama directed by Federico Bondi is likely to steal the hearts of the Panorama audience
Dafne
by Federico Bondi
BERLIN 2019: This lovable, character-driven family drama directed by Federico Bondi is likely to steal the hearts of the Panorama audience
A Tale of Three Sisters - by Emin Alper - BERLIN 2019: Emin Alper’s flawed fable has brief moments of wonder but is not afraid to get its fingernails dirty
A Tale of Three Sisters
by Emin Alper
BERLIN 2019: Emin Alper’s flawed fable has brief moments of wonder but is not afraid to get its fingernails dirty
I Was at Home, but - by Angela Schanelec - BERLIN 2019: Angela Schanelec directs a non-narrative film-essay about existence, the body and art, which gradually abandons its coldness and embraces reconciliation
I Was at Home, but
by Angela Schanelec
BERLIN 2019: Angela Schanelec directs a non-narrative film-essay about existence, the body and art, which gradually abandons its coldness and embraces reconciliation
Mr. Jones - by Agnieszka Holland - BERLIN 2019: Agnieszka Holland’s beautiful film links Orwell to the powerful story of the only journalist to denounce the Stalinist regime, despite strong opposition
Mr. Jones
by Agnieszka Holland
BERLIN 2019: Agnieszka Holland’s beautiful film links Orwell to the powerful story of the only journalist to denounce the Stalinist regime, despite strong opposition
God Exists, Her Name Is Petrunija - by Teona Strugar Mitevska - BERLIN 2019: Macedonian filmmaker Teona Mitevska returns to the Berlinale with a film that opposes tradition and patriarchy in an accomplished, punky manner
God Exists, Her Name Is Petrunija
by Teona Strugar Mitevska
BERLIN 2019: Macedonian filmmaker Teona Mitevska returns to the Berlinale with a film that opposes tradition and patriarchy in an accomplished, punky manner
Out Stealing Horses - by Hans Petter Moland - BERLIN 2019: Norway’s Hans Petter Moland takes on countryman Per Petterson’s much-loved and hard-to-adapt bestseller with beautiful results, thanks to trusty Swede Stellan Skarsgård
Out Stealing Horses
by Hans Petter Moland
BERLIN 2019: Norway’s Hans Petter Moland takes on countryman Per Petterson’s much-loved and hard-to-adapt bestseller with beautiful results, thanks to trusty Swede Stellan Skarsgård
The Golden Glove - by Fatih Akin - BERLIN 2019: Fatih Akin’s new film is expertly made, but it’s also one of the most heinous and gory movies that have ever played in competition at a major film festival
The Golden Glove
by Fatih Akin
BERLIN 2019: Fatih Akin’s new film is expertly made, but it’s also one of the most heinous and gory movies that have ever played in competition at a major film festival

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The Ground beneath my Feet - by Marie Kreutzer - BERLIN 2019: In her new feature, Austrian filmmaker Marie Kreutzer presents a sober portrait of several women all captured in a modern, competitive social construct
The Ground beneath my Feet
by Marie Kreutzer
BERLIN 2019: In her new feature, Austrian filmmaker Marie Kreutzer presents a sober portrait of several women all captured in a modern, competitive social construct
System Crasher - by Nora Fingscheidt - BERLIN 2019: Nora Fingscheidt’s first feature, presented as one of four German-language films in competition at Berlin, sets the bar high and is powerful in terms of both form and content
System Crasher
by Nora Fingscheidt
BERLIN 2019: Nora Fingscheidt’s first feature, presented as one of four German-language films in competition at Berlin, sets the bar high and is powerful in terms of both form and content
By the Grace of God - by François Ozon - BERLIN 2019: François Ozon’s latest feature is a strong, modest, relentless and sensitive film about the actions and consequences of a paedophile priest
By the Grace of God
by François Ozon
BERLIN 2019: François Ozon’s latest feature is a strong, modest, relentless and sensitive film about the actions and consequences of a paedophile priest
Music and Apocalypse - by Max Linz - BERLIN 2019: Young German filmmaker Max Linz presents a refreshing and bitterly evil satire on the German educational system and the country's intelligentsia
Music and Apocalypse
by Max Linz
BERLIN 2019: Young German filmmaker Max Linz presents a refreshing and bitterly evil satire on the German educational system and the country's intelligentsia
O Beautiful Night - by Xaver Böhm - BERLIN 2019: Young Berlin-based German filmmaker Xaver Böhm has created a deeply romantic journey through the night, which resembles a flamboyant baroque painting
O Beautiful Night
by Xaver Böhm
BERLIN 2019: Young Berlin-based German filmmaker Xaver Böhm has created a deeply romantic journey through the night, which resembles a flamboyant baroque painting
Piranhas - by Claudio Giovannesi - BERLIN 2019: Based on a novel by Roberto Saviano, Claudio Giovannesi's latest film includes some impressive performances by its young protagonists but fails to capture the magic of Saviano’s writing
Piranhas
by Claudio Giovannesi
BERLIN 2019: Based on a novel by Roberto Saviano, Claudio Giovannesi's latest film includes some impressive performances by its young protagonists but fails to capture the magic of Saviano’s writing
Staff Only - by Neus Ballús - BERLIN 2019: Catalan director Neus Ballús’ second feature skilfully intertwines the coming-of-age story of a young girl with the intricate layers of its post-colonial setting
Staff Only
by Neus Ballús
BERLIN 2019: Catalan director Neus Ballús’ second feature skilfully intertwines the coming-of-age story of a young girl with the intricate layers of its post-colonial setting
Our Defeats - by Jean-Gabriel Périot - BERLIN 2019: Jean-Gabriel Périot returns to the cinema of May '68, questioning young high schoolers about their ideals and the political action needed to change the world
Our Defeats
by Jean-Gabriel Périot
BERLIN 2019: Jean-Gabriel Périot returns to the cinema of May '68, questioning young high schoolers about their ideals and the political action needed to change the world
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