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Crystal Bears and the Awards by the Bundeszentrale für Politische Bildung (Federal Agency for Civic Education) in Generation 14+

    The members of the Youth Jury Generation 14plus - Rosa Ehrlich, Oscar R. Franck, Hannah Kähler, Luka Kowalewsky, Marie Kühn, Quinten Samrotzki, Rosa Schaefer Bastian  - give the following awards:   Crystal Bear for the Best Film: Butterfly Kisses By Rafael Kapelinski, 2017, United Kingdom Propelled by the rhythm of its powerful soundtrack and imagery, this film awakens a terrifying suspicion in the viewer. Without resorting to simple accusations of guilt,...

Berlin 2017, Day Seven -- Two winners were enough for one day

  Ben Becker after the screening of "Der Gleiche Himmel" (The Same Sky) Berlin Journal, Thursday Day 7  by Alex Deleon <film> Only two films were seen today but both of were of primo excellence. After resting in bed until noon I headed out to West Berlin on the U-bahn to Catch the  much heralded TV series World Premiere of "The Same Sky" about sex espionage in divided Berlin  in 1974 at the hard to get to Haus der Deutschen Fests...

Berlinale Talents 2017: Courage in Action!

The 15th edition of Berlinale Talents was rounded off yesterday by Berlinale International Jury member and artist Olafur Eliasson as well as director Raoul Peck, who is at the festival this year with the Oscar-nominated I Am Not Your Negro (Panorama) and Le jeune Karl Marx (Berlinale Special). During the last six days, over 100 experts, 250 Talents and well over 6,000 visitors turned HAU Hebbel am Ufer into an international hub of discussion and networking for film lovers.   “Once...

DAY 6, Valentines Day at Berlin Strong Older Women, death in the Sewers of Madrid and a Coppola masterpiece Resufaces

by Alex Deleon <>   The ZOO Palace, Berlin --the most confortable cinema on Earth-- The day started with a trip to West Berlin to see a Polish competition film at the lavish ZOO Palace theatre. Agnieszka Holland's SPOOR, (Polish, Czech, Slovak co prod) takes place in a village in Southern Poland near the Czech border. Very good competition film, with strong role by Agnieszka Mandat (64) as Duszejko, the older woman who lives alone with her beloved two dog...

HAVE A NICE DAY by Liu Jian, the sole animated film in competition this year, but also the first Chinese animation film ever

Nezha Bros. Pictures Company Limited and Le--‐joy Animation Studio present HAVE A NICE DAY a film by Liu Jian 2 CHINA I ANIMATION I 77 MIN I DCP I 5.1 SYNOPSIS A hard rain is about to fall on a small town in Southern China. In a desperate attempt to find money to save his fiancée's failed plastic surgery, Xiao Zhang, a mere driver, steals a bag containing 1 million from his boss. News of the robbery spreads fast within the town and, over the course of one night, everyone starts loo...

The Summer Hill Films deals @ EFM 2017

Here's a brief recap of some of the deals we made during the last week  Our repeat client FirstBrave from China signed a deal for two features for Chinese territory. Last time FirstBrave was interested in pure love stories, but this time a drama/thriller from the Producer of Game of Thrones, "Chasing Robert Barker", and a music themed comedy "Abby Singer/Songwriter" (recently picked to stream at Sundance Now) worked the best. Happy to do bus...

FULL LIST OF WINNING FILMS at Berlin Film Festival 2017 - Golden Bear for Best Film On Body and Soul

Hungarian author and director Ildik’ Enyedi, ‘On Body and Soul’ poses for photographers after winning the Golden Bear for Best Film at the awards ceremony of the 67th Berlinale Film Festival in Berlin, Germany, Saturday Feb. 18 2017. (Britta Pedersen/Pool Photo via AP) (Associated Press) BERLIN — A Hungarian love story about two slaughterhouse workers who connect in shared dreams won the top award Saturday at this year’s Berlin Film Festival. “On Body and ...

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Diversity is in the business of making news every single day. And so are we. Starting this month – we’re getting social with the launch of our #BigBUFFGoal - 100,000 YouTube subscribers. Why 100,000? Well why not?    As part of our #BigBUFFGoal we’re asking everybody in our networks to subscribe to our YouTube channel. And we mean everybody. Writers, Producers, Directors, Companies, Actors, Actresses, Agents, Patrons and other personalities who have been par...

OldMan Hawk Film And HawkFilme Invited To Screen Four Films At Film Festival

  On Sunday February 19, 2017, the Film Forum On The Lake Festival will be screening four of OldMan Hawk Film and HawkFilme’s short films. The festival is located at The Lodge & Conference Center at Geneva-on-the-Lake, 4888 North Broadway, Geneva, Ohio. The festival director, Carl Feather has stated that James W. Hawk’s work is exceptional and impressive. The festival program reads as follows: “James W. Hawk - a mini-festival. James W. Hawk grew up i...

Siraj Syed reviews John Wick-Chapter 2: His WICked WICKed ways

Siraj Syed reviews John Wick-Chapter 2: His WICked WICKed ways First tell me, do you have problems with one man shooting down one two hundred, over five encounters, forty each per encounter? Is it fine with you that every time Wick shoots, it’s bull’s eye, while all the shots fired by the Wicked men and women miss the target, and when they do hit pay-dirt, they bounce off his armour? Fine? No problems? Welcome to John Wick 2, a treat for you. This is Chapter 2, so you must recal...