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Panorama 2015 will open with Sangue azul (Blue Blood) from Brazil, 34 fictions in competition

© Rodrigo Valenca Daniel de Oliveira in Sangue azul by Lirio Ferreira The main programme of the Panorama will open with the Brazilian production Sangue azul (Blue Blood) by Lirio Ferreira at the CinemaxX 7 on February 5. In the magnificent visuals of a fairy tale, the film tells of a family torn by strife and how, bit by bit, its members find their way back to each other. In doing so they disclose secrets whose c...

23 films in The Competition of the 65th Berlin International Film Festival

The Competition of the 65th Berlin International Film Festival is now complete. 19 of the 23 films in the Competition programme will be vying for the Golden and Silver Bears. 21 films are world premieres. The following countries are participating in the entire programme: Albania, Belgium, Bulgaria, Canada, Chile, Czech Republic, Finland, France, Germany, Guatemala, Hong Kong/China, Iran, Italy, Japan, Kosovo, Mexico, the Netherlands, Norway, the People’s Republic...

Oskar Sulowski (in the centre), wins the "Made in Germany – Perspektive Fellowship

RIZE CEREMONY: OSKAR SULOWSKI WINS “MADE IN GERMANY – PERSPEKTIVE FELLOWSHIP”, FUNDED BY BERLINALE CO-PARTNER GLASHÜTTE ORIGINAL Today, German watchmaker Glashütte Original, co-partner of the 65th Berlinale, and the Perspektive Deutsches Kino section awarded for the fourth time the “Made in Germany – Perspektive Fellowship” to a young German filmmaker at the Deutsche Kinemathek - Museum für Film und Fernsehen. The EUR 15...

Berlinale special series on Indigenous cinema focuses on Latin America with 18 fictional and documentary films

@ Cuandro Negro Santos de la Torre, Graciela Santiago González in Eco de la Montaña (Echo of the Mountain, 2014) by Nicholás Echevarría The Berlinale special series on Indigenous cinema is continuing its journey: Latin America is the focus of this year’s film programme, with 18 fictional and documentary films made between 1986 and 2014. The series will open with the stunning documentary Eco de la Mont...

The EFM Industry Debates from Saturday the 7th to Monday the 9th of February 2015

The EFM Industry Debates from Saturday the 7th to Monday the 9th of February 2015 will once again focus on contemporary themes in the film and media industries, while also reflecting new initiatives within the European Film Market: The first Industry Debate puts the spotlight on Asia - specifically on mega-market China and the revolutionary success of its online platforms. In the second debate, producers will take the floor and present their experiences in self-distribution for...

Forum Expanded 2015,The 11th edition complete line up

Courtesy of The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Art & Project/Depot VBVR Gift, 2007. © 2015 Estate of David Askevold Concert C with Door by David Askevold The full programme for the tenth edition of Forum Expanded, entitled “To the Sound of the Closing Door”, is now confirmed. The group exhibition at the Akademie der Künste on Hanseatenweg consists of 19 installations by 16 contemporary artists as well as the film lo...

11 new books suitable for film adaptation at “Books at Berlinale”

On February 10, 2015, film producers can discover eleven new books suitable for film adaptation at “Books at Berlinale”. The pitching and get-together afterwards will take place for the tenth year running as part of the Berlinale Co-Production Market. Immediately following the books presentation, producers can meet the copyright owners - noted and internationally active publishing representatives and literary agents - to discuss filming rights and network within the world of ...

Panorama Dokumente 2015 Line up complete with 18 documentaries

© Gerd Conradt Une jeunesse allemande (A German Youth) by Jean-Gabriel Périot Panorama Dokumente will open with the world premiere of the French-Swiss-German co-productionUne jeunesse allemande (A German Youth) by Jean-Gabriel Périot in Cinestar 7 on February 6 at 5.00 pm. Using archive material, the film traces without bias or commentary the developments leading up to the “German Autumn” in late 1977. The ...

The Berlinale Culinary Cinema programme will present 13 new or recent feature-length films about food and ecology

From February 8 - 13, 2015, the Berlinale Culinary Cinema programme will present 13 new or recent feature-length films about food and ecology, serve menus by top European chefs, and discuss the relationships between food, culture and politics. © Lohse, Kempf, Hoffmann: Ali Ghandtschi / Nakamura: Geisels Werneckhof / Pérez: Francesc Guillamet / Bottura: Paolo Terzi The chefs of the Culinary Cinema 2015 The Berlinale w...

Richard Linklater's Berlin Acceptance Speech for Boyhood...and ready for more

Richard Linklater received his first Prize in Berlin in 1995 for the first episode of his trilogy with Ethan Hawke et Julie Delpy, Before (Sunset, Sunrise, Midnight) 19 years after he returned to Berlin to win silver and a second prize in Berlin for Boyhood. The film was shot over twelve years. A 12 Month Film Festival Cycle began almost one year ago for the film Boyhood which today has arrived in its crowning glory. An Oscar nomination and a unanimous agr...