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BERLINALE 2021 Encounters / Panorama / Perspektive Deutsches Kino

Berlin annonce le programme des sections Encounters, Panorama et Perspektive Deutsches Kino

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- En tout, les trois sections vont accueillir 27 nouvelles (co)productions européennes

Berlin annonce le programme des sections Encounters, Panorama et Perspektive Deutsches Kino
Théo et les métamorphoses de Damien Odoul, sélectionné au Panorama

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Today, the Berlinale announced the full programmes for its Encounters, Panorama and Perspektive Deutsches Kino strands. In detail, this year’s Encounters line-up includes 12 titles from 16 countries, and seven of them are first features. The section was introduced last year, with the aim of supporting “new voices in cinema and to give more room to diverse narrative and documentary forms in the official selection”. A three-member jury will choose the winners of Best Film, Best Director and a Special Jury Award, and will announce them during the Berlinale Industry Event (1-5 March). The awards ceremony will take place at the Summer Special (9-20 June).

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“Each film in the second edition of Encounters is a line that crosses an unknown field. If something unites these very diverse cinematic achievements, it is a sense of discovery. Like the Lumière brothers, 125 years later, these films want to take us to places where we will learn something about the world, humankind and, maybe, about ourselves, too. In a time where trips are almost always cancelled, cinema regains its function,” says artistic director Carlo Chatrian.

Meanwhile, the Panorama section comprises 19 titles, including 16 world premieres and six debut films. Speaking about this year's picks, section head Michael Stütz commented: “2021 is characterised by combative, political cinema. The cinematic gazes of strong female directors, critical new cinema from the Middle East as well as indigenous and queer narratives set clear focal points in the Panorama. The filmmakers are taking a stand with their observations, reflecting on individual conflicts and collective trauma while also questioning political and interpersonal power relations, and challenging others to respond.”

Finally, the Perspektive Deutsches Kino programme includes six titles, selected from among a total of 225 submissions. This year’s selection has been described as reflecting “the increasing blurring of national borders, and the free movement of filmmakers and their stories across geographic borders”.

Here is the list of films selected:

Encounters

As I Want [+lire aussi :
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Samaher Alqadi (Egypt/France/Norway/Palestine) (documentary)
Azor [+lire aussi :
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interview : Andreas Fontana
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Andreas Fontana (Switzerland/France/Argentina)
The Beta Test [+lire aussi :
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Jim Cummings and PJ McCabe (USA/UK)
Bloodsuckers [+lire aussi :
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interview : Julian Radlmaier
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Julian Radlmaier (Germany)
Social Hygiene – Denis Côté (Canada)
The Girl and the Spider [+lire aussi :
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interview : Ramon Zürcher et Silvan Zü…
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Ramon Zürcher and Silvan Zürcher (Switzerland)
Distr [+lire aussi :
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ict Terminal [+lire aussi :
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Bardia Yadegari, Ehsan Mirhosseini (Iran/Germany)
Moon, 66 Questions [+lire aussi :
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interview : Jacqueline Lentzou
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Jacqueline Lentzou (Greece/France)
We [+lire aussi :
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interview : Alice Diop
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Alice Diop (France) (documentary)
Rock Bottom RiserFern Silva (USA)
The Scary of Sixty-FirstDasha Nekrasova (USA)
Taste [+lire aussi :
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Lê Bảo (Vietnam/Singapore/France/Thailand/Germany/Taiwan)

Panorama

Censor [+lire aussi :
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interview : Prano Bailey-Bond
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Prano Bailey-Bond (UK)
Death of a Virgin, and the Sin of Not LivingGeorge Peter Barbari (Lebanon)
Dirty FeathersCarlos Alfonso Corral (USA/Mexico) (documentary)
Genderation [+lire aussi :
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Monika Treut (Germany) (documentary)
Bliss [+lire aussi :
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interview : Henrika Kull
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Henrika Kull (Germany)
Celts [+lire aussi :
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interview : Milica Tomovic
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Milica Tomović (Serbia)
Human Factors [+lire aussi :
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interview : Ronny Trocker
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Ronny Trocker (Germany/Italy/Denmark)
Miguel's War [+lire aussi :
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Eliane Raheb (Lebanon/Germany/Spain) (documentary)
All Eyes Off Me [+lire aussi :
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interview : Hadas Ben Aroya
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Hadas Ben Aroya (Israel)
The World After Us [+lire aussi :
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interview : Louda Ben Salah-Cazanas
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Louda Ben Salah-Cazanas (France)
Night RaidersDanis Goulet (Canada/New Zealand)
North By CurrentAngelo Madsen Minax (USA) (documentary)
Brother's Keeper [+lire aussi :
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interview : Ferit Karahan
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Ferit Karahan (Turkey/Romania)
Souad [+lire aussi :
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Ayten Amin (Egypt/Tunisia/Germany)
Ted K – Tony Stone (USA)
Theo and the Metamorphosis [+lire aussi :
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interview : Damien Odoul
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Damien Odoul (France)
The Last Forest – Luiz Bolognesi (Brazil) (documentary)
Copilot [+lire aussi :
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interview : Anne Zohra Berrached
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Anne Zohra Berrached (Germany/France)
A Balance – Yujiro Harumoto (Japan)

Perspektive Deutsches Kino

Instructions for Survival [+lire aussi :
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Yana Ugrekhelidze (Germany) (documentary)
Jesus Egon Christ – David Vajda, Saša Vajda (Germany) (medium-length film)
Keep Moving [+lire aussi :
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Salar Ghazi (Germany) (documentary)
The Seed [+lire aussi :
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Mia Maariel Meyer (Germany)
When a farm goes aflame [+lire aussi :
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Jide Tom Akinleminu (Germany) (documentary)
Wood and Water [+lire aussi :
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Jonas Bak (Germany/France)

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