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Valentina Di Michele

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200 articles available in total starting from 07/02/2003. Last article published on 21/10/2014.

Soldini captures amour fou in What More Do I Want

Soldini captures amour fou in What More Do I Want

“After Agata and the Storm I felt I needed to speak about reality from inside, not through invention. I wanted to take the camera and go inside,” said Silvio Soldini in introducing What More Do I...  

15/02/2010 | Berlinale 2010 | Berlinale Special

If I Want to Whistle a drama on Romania's lost generation

If I Want to Whistle a drama on Romania's lost generation

The deaf desperation of an entire generation of If I Want to Whistle, I Whistle, the feature debut of Romanian director Florin Şerban, was received to applause yesterday in the Berlinale Palast,...  

14/02/2010 | Berlinale 2010 | Competition

The past comes knocking in Kawasaki’s Rose

The past comes knocking in Kawasaki’s Rose

The challenge faced by Petr Jarchovsky and Jan Hrebejk, respectively the screenwriter and director of Czech film Kawasaki’s Rose, presented in the Panorama section of the 60th Berlin International...  

13/02/2010 | Berlinale 2010 | Panorama

Love, death and miracles in For the Good of Others

Love, death and miracles in For the Good of Others

Diego is a specialist in treating pain. He works in a Madrid hospital with very, often terminally, ill patients, with his wife, with whom (despite a still-strong bond) he has tired and sporadic...  

13/02/2010 | Berlinale 2010 | Panorama

Polanski and the “ghosts” of power

Polanski and the “ghosts” of power

Roman Polanski may not be here, but his presence is felt. Ewan McGregor and Pierce Brosnan, the stars of his latest film, The Ghost Writer, presented in world premiere in the Berlinale...  

12/02/2010 | Berlinale 2010 | Competition

Storm

Storm

Crimes and misdemeanours in the heart of Europe in a female-centred institutional-legal thriller set against the backdrop of the horrors of former Yugoslavia  

04/09/2009 | Films | Reviews

Chéri

Chéri

The British director transforms a bitter tale on the passing of time and an impossible love that transcends power struggles in couples into a brilliant ensemble piece  

30/03/2009 | Films | Reviews

I am from Titov Veles

I am from Titov Veles

An intimate and dreamlike feature unveiled in Berlin and co-produced by Macedonia, France, Belgium and Slovenia  

23/03/2009 | Films | Reviews

Breillat takes on the ogre in Bluebeard

Breillat takes on the ogre in Bluebeard

"The story of Bluebeard, like all of Perrault’s stories, is just three pages long. But it is fertile ground for our imagination, and little girls like it: there is horror, as well as curiosity and...  

10/02/2009 | Berlinale 2009 | Panorama/France

Frears’ dangerous liaisons in Chéri

Frears’ dangerous liaisons in Chéri

Warm applause followed the official Competition screening at the Berlinale of the latest film by Stephen Frears, Chéri, an adaptation of the Colette novel of 1920. Twenty years after working...  

10/02/2009 | Berlinale | Competition/UK

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