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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.

Hofer, Ragazzi and the Winter of their discontent

From Teddy Awards emcee to nominee: After having hosted the 2007 ceremony for the awards given to gay-themed films at the Berlinale, this year Gustav Hofer (a documentary filmmaker and noted face...  

12/02/2008 | Berlinale 2008 | Panorama/Italy

The bright side of life

The bright side of life

Lengthy applause followed today’s screening of Happy-Go-Lucky, the highly anticipated new film by the (often) controversial English filmmaker Mike Leigh, in competition at the Berlinale. This...  

12/02/2008 | Berlinale 2008 | Competition

Death and dreariness at the manor in Guilty

The title of French film Guilty by Laetitia Masson - which screened at Berlin in the Panorama section - is deceptive, for beyond the Cluedo-like murder mystery, the director explores an altogether...  

12/02/2008 | Berlinale 2008 | Panorama/France

Big Brother in Denmark

Danish filmmaker Søren Kragh-Jacobsen’s What No One Knows, which had its official screening last night in the Panorama Special, is a gripping political thriller denouncing the surveillance society...  

12/02/2008 | Berlinale 2008 | Panorama

Le Pacte falls for Young @ Heart

Jean Labadie’s Le Pacte has acquired French distribution rights to UK documentary film Young @ Heart by Stephen Walker. The film, which won the Audience Award for Best International feature at the...  

12/02/2008 | Berlinale 2008 | Market/France

Winning streak for UGC International

A surprise competition entry at the 58th Berlinale (where it will be unveiled on Thursday), writer Philippe Claudel’s debut feature I’ve Loved You So Long (see news) has already brought success at...  

12/02/2008 | Berlinale 2008 | Market/France

Epiphany in the shadow of Mount Fuji

Epiphany in the shadow of Mount Fuji

Journalists had tears in their eyes yesterday following the screening of Doris Dörrie's German competition film Cherry Blossoms - Hanami, whose title recalls the brief period when the cherry trees...  

11/02/2008 | Berlinale 2008 | Competition/Germany

Films Distribution's Lemon Tree bears fruit

Following its screening at the Panorama Section on Saturday, Eran Riklis’ Lemon Tree has been sold to six territories by Paris-based Films Distribution. Deals were sealed with Benelux (Cinéart),...  

11/02/2008 | Berlinale 2008 | Market/France

Non Stop closes deals on Class and Gnomes

The Stockholm-based NonStop Sales has announced a series of deals on the Estonian award-winning film The Class and the animated film Gnomes & Trolls. Ilmar Raag’s The Class was sold to Sweden...  

11/02/2008 | Berlinale 2008 | Market/Sweden

SF pushes Norway’s Veum and Gone with the Woman

SF International, headed by Ann-Kristin Westerberg, is taking offers on Norwegian films Varg Veum and Gone With the Woman, as well as introducing to buyers the new Kaj Pollack from the Sonet...  

11/02/2008 | Berlinale 2008 | Market/Sweden

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