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Berlinale 2021


150 articles available in total starting from 25/08/2020. Last article published on 18/03/2021.

Louda Ben Salah-Cazanas  • Director of The World After Us

Interview: Louda Ben Salah-Cazanas • Director of The World After Us

"Learning to accept the city’s brutality and the harsh nature of money is central to the film"

BERLINALE 2021: Idealism, ambition and love blend together in a seductive first film which explores the precarious predicament of young people in Paris whilst flirting with autofiction  

04/03 | Berlinale 2021 | Panorama

The Berlinale announces the winners of the Generation and Shorts sections

The Berlinale announces the winners of the Generation and Shorts sections

BERLINALE 2021: The Fam by Switzerland’s Fred Baillif has received the Generation 14Plus Grand Prix, while Olga Lucovnicova’s short My Uncle Tudor won the Golden Bear  

04/03 | Berlinale 2021 | Awards

Review: Je Suis Karl

Review: Je Suis Karl

BERLINALE 2021: Christian Schwochow's thriller swaps subtlety for melodrama, and excessive singing  

04/03 | Berlinale 2021 | Berlinale Special

Review: Who We Were

Review: Who We Were

BERLINALE 2021: Marc Bauder’s ambitious documentary about the global humanitarian and environmental crisis conveys the same old bad news but from a slightly new angle  

04/03 | Berlinale 2021 | Berlinale Special

Review: The Luminous View

Review: The Luminous View

BERLINALE 2021: Fabrizio Ferraro focuses on the German Romantic philosopher and poet Friedrich Hölderlin to reflect upon the limits of cinematic representation  

04/03 | Berlinale 2021 | Forum

Review: Forest – I See You Everywhere

Review: Forest – I See You Everywhere

BERLINALE 2021: Hungarian auteur Bence Fliegauf is back in the competition with his seventh feature, a bleak and unremittingly dark follow-up to his breakout debut, Forest  

04/03 | Berlinale 2021 | Competition

Review: Azor

Review: Azor

BERLINALE 2021: Andreas Fontana offers a captivating first feature following in the wake of a Swiss banker who is plunged into a labyrinthine mission navigating society’s noxious upper echelons  

04/03 | Berlinale 2021 | Encounters

Review: What Do We See When We Look at the Sky?

Review: What Do We See When We Look at the Sky?

BERLINALE 2021: Georgian director Alexandre Koberidze's second feature is an idiosyncratic mix of styles, genres and forms that incredibly wraps into a coherent 150 minutes of cinematic joy  

04/03 | Berlinale 2021 | Competition

Andreas Fontana  • Director of Azor

Interview: Andreas Fontana • Director of Azor

“It was important to be meticulous with the details because they have a political meaning”

BERLINALE 2021: We talked to the Swiss director about his mystery-drama feature, inspired by real historical events that shook Argentina in the 1980s  

04/03 | Berlinale 2021 | Encounters

Gustav Lindh  • Actor

Interview: Gustav Lindh • Actor

"As far I can remember I always wanted to be an actor"

BERLINALE 2021: We discuss fiction, reality, acting, challenges and dream directors with the young Swedish actor  

03/03 | Shooting Stars 2021

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