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Berlin 2018 / Forum

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Review: Mariphasa

Review: Mariphasa

BERLIN 2018: The second feature by Portugal’s Sandro Aguilar is an anti-narrative experiment that unfolds in a nightmarish version of Lisbon  

02/03/2018 | Berlin 2018 | Forum

Review: The Tree

Review: The Tree

BERLIN 2018: Portuguese filmmaker André Gil Mata's film is pure cinema, inviting comparisons to his mentor Béla Tarr and some of the greatest directors ever  

28/02/2018 | Berlin 2018 | Forum

Review: Victory Day

Review: Victory Day

BERLIN 2018: In his new outing, Sergei Loznitsa turns his camera towards the 9 May parade at the Soviet War Memorial in Berlin  

27/02/2018 | Berlin 2018 | Forum

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 | Berlin 2018 | Forum

Review: The Son

Review: The Son

BERLIN 2018: Alexander Abaturov’s documentary intimately immerses itself in the training of Spetsnaz recruits – the Russian special military forces  

20/02/2018 | Berlin 2018 | Forum

Review: Infinite Football

Review: Infinite Football

BERLIN 2018: Corneliu Porumboiu’s deceptive documentary about football is a relevant discussion about a certain perspective on life  

19/02/2018 | Berlin 2018 | Forum

Review: Young Solitude

Review: Young Solitude

BERLIN 2018: Claire Simon shines a light on the vulnerability of a group of teenagers from the deprived Paris suburbs who talk movingly and openly about their own experiences  

19/02/2018 | Berlin 2018 | Forum

Review: The Waldheim Waltz

Review: The Waldheim Waltz

BERLIN 2018: Ruth Beckermann addresses the infamous 1986 Austrian presidential campaign and ends up with something more timely than one could ever have expected  

17/02/2018 | Berlin 2018 | Forum

Jagoda Szelc  • Director

Interview: Jagoda Szelc • Director

“Watching a film is a form of ritual”

BERLIN 2018: We talked to Jagoda Szelc, whose debut film, Tower. A Bright Day, has had its world premiere in the Berlinale’s Forum  

17/02/2018 | Berlin 2018 | Forum

Review: Tower. A Bright Day

Review: Tower. A Bright Day

BERLIN 2018: Jagoda Szelc’s spectacular feature debut is an utterly immersive cinematic experience  

17/02/2018 | Berlin 2018 | Forum

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