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Kaleem Aftab


448 articles available in total starting from 01/09/2017. Last article published on 12/04/2021.

Thomas Stuber  • Director

Interview: Thomas Stuber • Director

"I always wanted to create a film where you have the feeling that the story is being told"

BERLIN 2018: Thomas Stuber talks to Cineuropa about his Berlinale competition entry In the Aisles and how being told a story is melancholic  

24/02/2018 | Berlinale 2018 | Competition

Review: In the Aisles

Review: In the Aisles

BERLIN 2018: Tissues may be required for Thomas Stuber’s Berlinale competition entry, starring Franz Rogowski and Sandra Hüller  

24/02/2018 | Berlinale 2018 | Competition

Erik Poppe  • Director

Interview: Erik Poppe • Director

“I was sceptical about whether it would be possible to transform this story into a film”

BERLIN 2018: Norwegian filmmaker Erik Poppe discusses his emotive, harrowing U – July 22  

22/02/2018 | Berlinale 2018 | Competition

Claire Simon  • Director

Interview: Claire Simon • Director

“It’s normal that you think your parents are a failure”

BERLIN 2018: Claire Simon discusses her hybrid doc Young Solitude, in which ten teenage students help her tell stories about their experiences  

22/02/2018 | Berlinale 2018 | Forum

Review: Yardie

Review: Yardie

BERLIN 2018: The Wire star Idris Elba adapts Victor Headley’s cult novel for the big screen, showing promise that he’ll be as good behind the camera as he is in front of it  

21/02/2018 | Berlinale 2018 | Panorama

Review: 7 Days in Entebbe

Review: 7 Days in Entebbe

BERLIN 2018: José Padilha and Working Title make a film about Israel’s rescue of hostages in Uganda in 1976, screening out of competition at Berlin  

20/02/2018 | Berlinale 2018 | Out of competition

A great night for British film at the BAFTAs

A great night for British film at the BAFTAs

Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri and The Shape of Water were the big winners at last night’s BAFTAs ceremony  

19/02/2018 | BAFTA 2018

Review: The Happy Prince

Review: The Happy Prince

BERLIN 2018: With his new film showing in the Berlinale Special section, Rupert Everett finally does Oscar Wilde to death  

19/02/2018 | Berlinale 2018 | Berlinale Special

Rudolph Herzog shooting How to Sell a War

Rudolph Herzog shooting How to Sell a War

Film and Music Entertainment (IRE), Bankside Films and Quickfire have announced a 16 March start-of-shoot date for the new film  

08/02/2018 | Production | Ireland/Georgia

Yorgos Lanthimos delivers a memorable BAFTA David Lean Lecture

Yorgos Lanthimos delivers a memorable BAFTA David Lean Lecture

The Greek director of Dogtooth and The Killing of a Sacred Deer addressed the London audience in his own idiosyncratic style  

07/02/2018 | Events | UK

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