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Berlinale 2011 / Competition

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11 articles available in total starting from 15/12/2010. Last article published on 18/02/2011.

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Unforgiving traditions in The Forgiveness of Blood

Unforgiving traditions in The Forgiveness of Blood

The last film presented in competition at the Berlinale, Joshua Marston’s The Forgiveness of Blood finally shows us a country that is little-known to the rest of Europe, partly because its film...  

18/02/2011 | Berlinale 2011 | Competition/Albania-Italy-Denmark-United States

Uncertain wind of change in If Not Us, Who

When someone suggested to German director Andres Veiel that he make a film about Bernward Vesper – who was known during his lifetime as the son of Nazi writer Will Vesper and the lover of Gudrun...  

17/02/2011 | Berlinale 2011 | Competition/Germany

An unremarkable man in A Mysterious World

An unremarkable man in A Mysterious World

Argentinean director Rodrigo Moreno’s A Mysterious World , co-produced by German company Rohfilm and shown in competition at the Berlinale, left festival-goers well and truly baffled. The film...  

17/02/2011 | Berlinale 2011 | Competition/DE-AR-UY

Some things are best left unsaid in Our Grand Despair

Some things are best left unsaid in Our Grand Despair

When, at the end of a film, a glance exchanged between two men and a pretty young girl as she eats a slice of bread with feta and strawberry jam speaks volumes, it’s because the emotional journey...  

16/02/2011 | Berlinale 2011 | Competition/Germany-Turkey

Tarr more apocalyptic than ever in The Turin Horse

Tarr more apocalyptic than ever in The Turin Horse

Over three years in the making, Bela Tarr’s The Turin Horse finally makes its premiere, in Competition at the Berlinale. It bears all the trademarks of Tarr’s oeuvre since his 450-minute...  

16/02/2011 | Berlinale 2011 | Competition/HU-FR-DE-CH-US

You, me and you and me in July’s The Future

Five years after her debut feature, Me and You and Everyone We Know (winner of the Cannes Camera d'Or in 2005), eclectic US writer-director-artist Miranda July is in competition at Berlin with a...  

15/02/2011 | Berlinale 2011 | Competition/Germany-United States

Coriolanus is a powerful present-day adaptation of Shakespeare

Coriolanus is a powerful present-day adaptation of Shakespeare

Actor and first-time director Ralph Fiennes finds a perfect setting for one of Shakespeare’s most battle-heavy plays in the modern day. The integral text, as adapted by John Logan (Gladiator), may...  

14/02/2011 | Berlinale 2011 | Competition/UK

Once upon the Tales of the Night

Once upon the Tales of the Night

The key is in the title: in Tales of the Night, shown in competition at the Berlin Film Festival, Michel Ocelot plays around with the type of story he is most passionate about, in 3D of course,...  

13/02/2011 | Berlinale 2011 | Competition/France

Sleeping Sickness: The good savage is neither good, nor very savage

Sleeping Sickness: The good savage is neither good, nor very savage

An ambitious look at the ambiguous relationships between Europe and Africa, Sleeping Sickness, presented this morning in Competition, marks the return of Germany filmmaker Ulrich Köhler to the...  

12/02/2011 | Berlinale 2011 | Competition/DE-FR-NL

Selection is complete

Selection is complete

The 61st Berlin Film Festival has now announced all its titles in Competition. With the eight films confirmed before the end-of-year holidays (see news), the total now stands at 22. Sixteen of...  

18/01/2011 | Berlinale 2011 | Competition

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