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Berlinale 2012 / Forum

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8 articles available in total starting from 10/02/2012. Last article published on 20/02/2012.

A love affair between the lines in Jaurès

A love affair between the lines in Jaurès

The French docu-fiction project Jaurès, named after the Parisian métro station, had its world premiere at the recent Berlin Film Festival in the Forum section for innovative and avant-garde...  

20/02/2012 | Berlinale 2012 | Forum/France

Petersen goes biographical in engaging Avalon

Petersen goes biographical in engaging Avalon

The winner of the Discovery FIPRESCI prize at the Toronto International Film Festival, Axel Petersen’s Avalon is an engaging film about terribly repulsive characters. In a word, as Scandinavian as...  

17/02/2012 | Berlinale 2012 | Forum/Sweden

What is love, stories of Austrian life in the 21st century

What is love, second feature film by Vienna’s Ruth Mader after Struggle in 2003, was screened at the Berlinale in the Forum section. The documentary looks to the various meanings of the word love...  

14/02/2012 | Berlinale 2012 | Forum/Austria

Sleepless knights, aimless knights in modern day Spain

Sleepless knights, aimless knights in modern day Spain

Sleepless knights (Caballeros insomnes), first work by Germany’s Stefan Butzmühlen and Spain’s Cristina Diz, was screened today (February 13, 2012) in world premiere in the Forum section of the...  

14/02/2012 | Berlinale 2012 | Forum/Germany

Everybody in Our Family capable of violence

Everybody in Our Family capable of violence

Everybody in Our Family, Radu Jude’s follow-up to The Happiest Girl in the World has many of the characteristics the new Romanian cinema, but wraps them into a more violent story than is usually...  

13/02/2012 | Berlinale 2012 | Forum - Romania/Netherlands

Spain is too far away for some

Spain is too far away for some

Anja Salomonovitz’s second feature film Spain is a road movie that without movement, with multiple storylines and a temporal surprise, in addition to being an immigration story, which is already a...  

13/02/2012 | Berlinale 2012 | Forum | Austria

The choices they made in Formentera

The choices they made in Formentera

German director Ann-Kristin Reyels’ first feature film Hounds won the Berlinale Forum FIPRESCI prize in 2007, and she returns to the same section with Formentera, an intimate film about a...  

10/02/2012 | Berlinale 2012 | Forum/Germany

Secret: a drag queen takes on history

Secret: a drag queen takes on history

Secret by Polish director Przemysław Wojcieszek will premiere this week-end in the Forum section at the 62th Berlinale. The director, who was first noticed for his two first features Kill Them All...  

10/02/2012 | Berlinale 2012 | Forum/Poland

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