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Berlinale 2008

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80 articles available in total starting from 20/09/2007. Last article published on 21/02/2008.

Leaving Titov Veles

In Veles, a semi-rural village in Macedonia, life revolves around the town’s only factory, which poisons and kills the inhabitants. Three sisters hope every day to leave the village, to search for...  

14/02/2008 | Berlinale 2008 | Panorama/North Macedonia

"Lady Jane", not so sweet

"Lady Jane", not so sweet

Following Erick Zonca’s Julia, the second French film in competition at Berlin (whose official screening took place on Tuesday evening) also bears a woman’s name, this time recalling a Rolling...  

14/02/2008 | Berlinale 2008 | Competition/France

Trust/Nordisk closes half a dozen deals

The new sales partnership Trust/Nordisk has sold Ole Bornedal’s Just Another Love Story to Netflix’s Red Envelope Entertainment and Koch Lorber Films for the US and closed several deals on three...  

14/02/2008 | Berlinale 2008 | Market/Scandinavia

Applause for Moretti and Quiet Chaos

Applause for Moretti and Quiet Chaos

"The challenge of this film was to depict a character sitting on a bench in the middle of a park,” said director Antonello Grimaldi in speaking to the press about Quiet Chaos (see Focus), his...  

13/02/2008 | Berlinale 2008 | Competition/Italy

Katyn premieres out of competition

Katyn premieres out of competition

Katyn, the latest film by Andrzej Wajda (see interview) and a nominee for the 2008 Best Foreign Language Film Oscar, is set to have its international, out-of-competition premiere on Friday,...  

13/02/2008 | Berlinale 2008 | Poland

Quiet Chaos sold to 11 territories

Nanni Moretti is sweeping up at the Berlinale’s European Film Market. Rights to Quiet Chaos (read the Focus) – which stars the actor-director, was released in Italy last weekend and is in...  

13/02/2008 | Berlinale 2008 | Market/Italy

Leipzig beauties chronicle bygone era

Leipzig beauties chronicle bygone era

Yesterday, German audiences at the Berlinale once again showed their enthusiasm for local productions, and in particular documentaries, that explore aspects of recent German history. Gunther...  

13/02/2008 | Berlinale 2008 | Panorama/Germany

Christmas Story and Winky sell well for Delphis

The Montreal-based sales company Delphis Film, specialised in children’s films (60-70% of European origin), has closed several deals on the Finnish box office hit Christmas Story and Dutch film...  

13/02/2008 | Berlinale 2008 | Market

Latido’s mixed bag of goodies entices buyers

Madrid-based sales company Latido Films, headed by Massimo Saidel, has inked several deals in Berlin across its entire catalogue. From his Cinema from Spain space at the Martin Gropius Bau, Saidel...  

13/02/2008 | Berlinale 2008 | Market/Spain

Kinski and the Pharisees

Yesterday, viewers at the Berlinale had the opportunity to relive an impassioned "performance" given by Klaus Kinski in 1971 before an outraged and rowdy audience. For his film Jesus Christ...  

12/02/2008 | Berlinale 2008 | Panorama/Germany

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