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Berlinale 2010

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91 articles available in total starting from 15/09/2009. Last article published on 05/03/2010.

Festival breaks new records

The 60th anniversary edition of the Berlinale closed with the Bear Awards presentation ceremony on February 20 and the audience day on February 21. Over 11 days, the festival hosted not only a...  

05/03/2010 | Berlinale 2010 | Report

Wadimoff picks up Ecumenical Jury Prize

Swiss director Nicolas Wadimoff’s documentary Aisheen - Still Alive In Gaza, about the war-ravaged Palestinian territory, scooped the Ecumenical Jury Prize (worth €2,500) in the Berlinale Forum...  

22/02/2010 | Berlinale 2010 | Switzerland

Postcard to Daddy a cathartic and educational journey

Berlin-born filmmaker Michael Stock, known for his 1993 cult feature Prince in Hell, turns the camera to himself and his immediate film for the documentary Postcard to Daddy. The film is part of...  

20/02/2010 | Berlinale 2010 | Panorama

A Family overwhelms Berlin with emotion

A Family, the third feature by Pernille Fischer Christensen (who won two awards at Berlin in 2006 for A Soap), which was among the last titles to be presented in competition, had an unusually...  

20/02/2010 | Berlinale 2010 | Competition/Denmark

Kaplanoğlu’s Honey attracts Golden Bear

Kaplanoğlu’s Honey attracts Golden Bear

The jury of the 60th Berlinale has awarded the talent of Turkish director Semih Kaplanoğlu, who with Honey closes his autobiographical "Yusuf Trilogy", following Eggs and Milk. The honey attracted...  

20/02/2010 | Berlinale 2010

Depardieu simply delightful in Mammuth

On the eve of the Bear Awards presentation ceremony, the penultimate film to be presented in competition, Mammuth, arrived like a breath of fresh air, greeted by peals of laughter all round. This...  

20/02/2010 | Berlinale 2010 | Competition/France

Eastern Drift: Globalization according to Bartas

Eastern Drift: Globalization according to Bartas

Mixed reactions followed the Berlin premiere of the latest film by Sharunas Bartas, Eastern Drift, which screened in the parallel section Forum des Jungen Film. The superstar Lithuanian director...  

19/02/2010 | Berlinale 2010 | Forum

Berlin audiences Suffer Albaladejo’s latest gladly

Spanish director Miguel Albaladejo (Bear Cub, Volando Voy) looks to the past of Spanish cinema for the inspiration of his latest, Born to Suffer, which premiered in Berlin as part of the Panorama...  

19/02/2010 | Berlinale 2010 | Panorama

Puzzle a delightful and subtle portrait

The beauty of "New Argentine Cinema" often involves a delicate attention to detail and Natalia Smirnoff’s Puzzle, co-produced by France’s Las Ninas Pictures and backed by Fonds Sud Cinéma, is a...  

19/02/2010 | Berlinale 2010 | Competition

Barriere creates bridge between cinema and theatre

Barriere creates bridge between cinema and theatre

The theme of theatre productions, which is not new in cinema but often makes the mistake of being overly dry and intellectual, nonetheless owes a few good examples to Shakespeare’s tragedies (from...  

19/02/2010 | Berlinale 2010 | Panorama

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