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BERLINALE 2021 Panorama

Berlin annonce tout le programme de sa section Panorama

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- La section, qui sera ouverte cette année par Viens je t'emmène d'Alain Guiraudie, proposera en tout 29 films représentant 33 pays, dont 25 en première mondiale

Berlin annonce tout le programme de sa section Panorama
Viens je t'emmène d'Alain Guiraudie

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The Berlinale has announced the full line-up of its Panorama strand. The section will include a total of 29 films from 33 countries, among them 25 world premieres and nine debut films. This year, Panorama will be opened by Alain Guiraudie’s Nobody’s Hero [+lire aussi :
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, the helmer’s first title to be presented at the prestigious German gathering. In it, Guiraudie’s love-struck band of middle-class citizens race through the streets of Clermont-Ferrand following a terrorist attack. Events will be driven forward by an unusual cast of characters revolving around a likeable man in his mid-thirties, an older, married female sex worker and a young, homeless man of Arab descent.

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According to the official press release, this year’s selection will offer “a wild ride through contemporary cinema with works that denounce corrupt elites, dissect hardened and toxic family structures, and lead us to places of resistance and reconciliation”. In detail, these titles will “mediate between past and present and look at the interplay between the individual and society”, but also “demonstrate an aesthetic desire to create, a delight in dramatic gestures and a satirical sensibility”.

Among the newly announced European (co-)productions are three German productions. In Cem Kaya’s documentary essay Love, Deutschmarks and Death [+lire aussi :
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, the director orchestrates footage from 60 years of alternative German post-war and Turkish-German cultural history. In Bettina [+lire aussi :
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interview : Lutz Pehnert
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, Lutz Pehnert paints a portrait of Berlin-born singer-songwriter Bettina Wegner, made thanks to “meticulously researched and arranged archive material” and aiming to narrate “not only the biography of an artist, but also the history of the divided Germany”. In Grand Jeté [+lire aussi :
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interview : Isabelle Stever
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, Isabelle Stever invites viewers “to witness the blossoming desire between a mother and her estranged son”, and “challenges our viewing habits and moral assumptions with relentless persistence and a masterful mise-en-scène”.

From Italy, the section includes Francesco Costabile’s Una Femmina – The Code of Silence [+lire aussi :
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interview : Francesco Costabile
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, depicting “a young woman’s process of emancipation in the midst of a family entangled in dark machinations”. Meanwhile, Flávia Neves’ debut, Fogaréu [+lire aussi :
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(Brazil/France), promises to combine “family horror with the history of colonialism and slavery in a surreal and virtuosic manner”.

This year’s Eastern European titles include modern slavery stories set in Russia – namely, Michael Borodin’s Convenience Store [+lire aussi :
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interview : Michael Borodin
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(Russia/Slovenia/Turkey) and Askar Uzabayev’s Happiness (Kazakhstan) – alongside Miloš Pušić’s tale about Serbian turbo-capitalism Working Class Heroes [+lire aussi :
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interview : Miloš Pušić
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(Serbia) and Adam Koloman Rybanský’s Somewhere Over the Chemtrails [+lire aussi :
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interview : Adam Koloman Rybanský
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(Czech Republic), labelled as “a laconic film that explores the causes of racism”.

Finally, the other European titles present in this year’s line-up include Guðmundur Arnar Guðmundsson’s follow-up to Heartstone [+lire aussi :
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interview : Guðmundur Arnar Guðmundsson
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, the coming-of-age tale Beautiful Beings [+lire aussi :
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(Iceland/Denmark/Sweden/Netherlands/Czech Republic), Ike Nnaebue’s documentary No U-Turn [+lire aussi :
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(Nigeria/South Africa/France/Germany) and Alauda Ruiz de Azúa’s Lullaby [+lire aussi :
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interview : Alauda Ruiz de Azúa
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(Spain), billed as “a sensitive study of the caring, cross-generational role of women”.

The full Panorama selection (including the first few titles announced - see the news) is as follows:

Nobody’s Hero [+lire aussi :
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interview : Alain Guiraudie
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 – Alain Guiraudie (France) (opening film)
Until Tomorrow [+lire aussi :
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 - Ali Asgari (Iran/France/Qatar)
Into My Name [+lire aussi :
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interview : Nicolò Bassetti
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 - Nicolò Bassetti (Italy)
Swing Ride [+lire aussi :
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interview : Chiara Bellosi
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 - Chiara Bellosi (Italy/Switzerland)
Convenience Store [+lire aussi :
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interview : Michael Borodin
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Michael Borodin (Russia/Slovenia/Turkey)
Una femmina – The Code of Silence [+lire aussi :
bande-annonce
interview : Francesco Costabile
fiche film
]
Francesco Costabile (Italy)
Klondike [+lire aussi :
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interview : Maryna Er Gorbach
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- Maryna Er Gorbach (Ukraine/Turkey)
We, Students! [+lire aussi :
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 - Rafiki Fariala (Central African Republic/France/Democratic Republic of the Congo/Saudi Arabia)
Nelly & Nadine [+lire aussi :
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interview : Magnus Gertten
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- Magnus Gertten (Sweden)
Beautiful Beings [+lire aussi :
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Guðmundur Arnar Guðmundsson (Iceland/Denmark/Sweden/Netherlands/Czech Republic)
Concerned CitizenIdan Haguel (Israel)
Love, Deutschmarks and Death [+lire aussi :
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interview : Cem Kaya
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Cem Kaya (Germany)
The Apartment with Two Women - Kim Se-in (South Korea)
Somewhere Over the Chemtrails [+lire aussi :
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interview : Adam Koloman Rybanský
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Adam Koloman Rybanský (Czech Republic)
No Simple Way HomeAkuol de Mabior (Kenya/South Sudan/South Africa)
Northern Skies Over Empty SpaceAlejandra Márquez Abella (Mexico)
Brainwashed: Sex-Camera-Power - Nina Menkes (USA)
Myanmar Diaries [+lire aussi :
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- The Myanmar Film Collective (Netherlands/Myanmar/Norway)
Fogaréu [+lire aussi :
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Flávia Neves (Brazil/France)
No U-Turn [+lire aussi :
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fiche film
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Ike Nnaebue (Nigeria/South Africa/France/Germany)
Talking About the Weather [+lire aussi :
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interview : Annika Pinske
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]
 - Annika Pinske (Germany)
Bettina [+lire aussi :
critique
bande-annonce
interview : Lutz Pehnert
fiche film
]
Lutz Pehnert (Germany)
Working Class Heroes [+lire aussi :
critique
bande-annonce
interview : Miloš Pušić
fiche film
]
Miloš Pušić (Serbia)
Lullaby [+lire aussi :
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interview : Alauda Ruiz de Azúa
fiche film
]
 – Alauda Ruiz de Azúa (Spain)
Grand Jeté [+lire aussi :
critique
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interview : Isabelle Stever
fiche film
]
Isabelle Stever (Germany)
Taurus - Tim Sutton (USA)
HappinessAskar Uzabayev (Kazakhstan)
Dreaming Walls [+lire aussi :
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interview : Amélie van Elmbt et Maya D…
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- Amélie van Elmbt, Maya Duverdier (Belgium/France/USA/Netherlands/Sweden)
A Love Song - Max Walker-Silverman (USA)

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