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Reporting from Berlin on the 68th edition February 15 -25, 2018
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2018 Berlinale EFM previews: The Bears are back, of course, which one do you prefer?

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2018 Berlinale: The Bears are back, of course, which one do you prefer?

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The Complete Film Program for Berlin Critics’ Week 2018: Bozon, Godin, Lichter, Máté, Feigelfeld and Theatrical Cinema

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        The fourth film program of Berlin Critics’ Week has been finalized. It comes packed with a furtive wink from Quebec’s ci...
 

Competition and Berlinale Special : more updates

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Competition and Berlinale Special: Soderbergh, Diaz, Padilha, Ruizpalacios, and Lazarov in the Competition - Everett, Fischer Christensen, Lommel, Brinkmann, Nomura Schible, and Šulík in the Berlinale Special Another five films have been invited to take part in the Competition of the 68th Berlin International Film Festival. 23 of the 24 titles in the Competition have already been selected, 19 of the 24 films will be competing for the Golden Bear and the Silver Bears.   A fu...
 
 

Forum 2018: In the Realm of Perfection and Elsewhere

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This year, Arsenal – Institute for Film and Video Art is putting on the Forum as part of the Berlinale for the 48th time. The main programme consists of 44 films, 35 of which world premieres. This year’s Special Screenings will be announced in a second press release. 21 years after his directorial debut The Day a Pig Fell into the Well, Korean director Hong Sangsoo makes a more auspicious return to the Forum. Grass is another cheerfully melancholy story about the guests at a small c...
 

Generation 2018 - Reflecting Reality

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 Selected from considerably more than 2,000 submissions, this year a total of 65 full-length and short films from 39 production and co-production countries have been invited to compete in the Generation Kplus and Generation 14plus competitions. Highly contemporary, the selection reflects on both cinematic developments as well as current socio-political situations. The diversity in content and format relentlessly reflects a complex and frequently inconsistent world while at the same time lea...
 

Competition and Berlinale Special updates

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Competition and Berlinale Special: Christian Petzold, Emily Atef, Lance Daly, Marcelo Martinessi, Cédric Kahn, Adina Pintilie, Markus Imhoof, Mani Haghighi, Måns Månsson and Axel Petersén, David and Nathan Zellner in the Competition programme / Raman Hui, Fernando Solanas, Paul Williams in the Berlinale Special Another ten films have now been invited to the Competition of the 68th edition of the Berlin International Film Festival. Three more have also been selected for...
 

International Partner Matching for 36 Film Projects at the Berlinale Co-Production Market

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  For the 15th time, the Berlinale Co-Production Market (February 17 – 21, 2018) will give ca. 550 producers and financers an opportunity to form new partnerships. The current selection comprises 36 new feature film projects that are looking for co-producers. In addition, five high-profile production companies will be introduced in the exclusive “Company Matching” programme.   Interested co-producers, world sales agents, distributors, broadcasters, film funds and f...
 

Perspektive Deutsches Kino 2018: “Whatever Happens Next”

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  14 films, including six full-length fiction and four documentary films, will compete for the Kompass-Perspektive-Preis, endowed with 5,000 euros. In addition, a neighborhood film project that focuses on Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz in Berlin will be a guest at Perspektive Deutsches Kino 2018. Sure, you can always take off. Soon. Right now. Or later. You could just be gone, just steal away from a fully furnished life. But then what happens? Everyone has thought about it but very few actually do ...
 

New Food Trucks at the Berlinale Street Food Market

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From February 15 to 25, the Berlinale Street Food Market will once again provide festival visitors with international delicacies. In collaboration with the BITE CLUB, the Culinary Cinema will present five food trucks at the heart of the festival, next to the Berlinale Palast.    “It’s great that the Slow Food Convivium Berlin will again be offering regional, sustainable products. It’s the second time, we’re collaborating with BITE CLUB on the Berlinale Street ...
 

Berlinale Shorts 2018: International Competition and the Special Programme “1968 – Red Flags for Everyone”

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Farbtest Rote Fahne. Regie/director: Gerd Conradt Foto: © Deutsche Kinemathek   22 films from 18 countries will be competing for the Golden and the Silver Bear, as well as the Audi Short Film Award, worth € 20,000, and a nomination for the European Film Awards. The Nigerian film Besida by Chuko Esiri and the Austrian film The Shadow of Utopia by Antoinette Zwirchmayr will be screened out of competition. This year’s Berlinale Shorts competition includes films by Jo&atild...
 

250 Participants @ Berlinale Talents 2018

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50/50, interdisciplinary and diverse: The Berlinale Talents team is proud to welcome 250 filmmakers from 81 countries in Berlin from February 17 - 22, 2018, including 128 women and 122 men. For six days they will have the opportunity to engage with one another, with experts and the public, to critically question their own artistic standpoint and to further develop their film projects. A vast array of artistic and technical backgrounds The selection for 2018 includes, amongst others, Angela Gue...
 

Berlinale Shorts Introduces the 2018 International Short Film Jury: Diogo Costa Amarante, Jyoti Mistry and Mark Toscano

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Jyoti Mistry     Portuguese filmmaker and winner of the Golden Bear for Best Short Film at the Berlinale 2017, Diogo Costa Amarante; US filmmaker and curator Mark Toscano; and South African filmmaker and academic Jyoti Mistry will make up the International Short Film Jury in 2018. They will award the Golden and the Silver Bear, as well as the Audi Short Film Award. In addition, they will nominate a film for the European Film Awards in the category European Short Film 2018. “...
 
 

2018 Perspektive Deutsches Kino to Open With Rückenwind von vorn by Philipp Eichholtz

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  The first six films in the 2018 Perspektive Deutsches Kino section have been selected. The programme will open with the new feature film by Philipp Eichholtz Rückenwind von vorn (Away You Go) (production: Von Oma gefördert). Staying true to himself, director Eichholtz lovingly and energetically tells the story of self-discovery against the wind. Headwind is uncomfortable and slows down forward motion unless you dress warmly, overcome the obstacles and occasionally change dire...
 
 
 

13th Forum Expanded: “A Mechanism Capable of Changing Itself”

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In 1947, avant-garde cinema pioneer Maya Deren notes: “Marxism - only theory of politics which designed a mechanism capable of changing itself - as in the concept of the withering away of the state.” Media scholar Ute Holl begins a paper on this film poet’s theories and conception of cinema, which takes the form of “a sustained intervention in the social and sensory relationships of all those who take part in this ongoing form of communication.” The title of this ...
 

Morefilms Lineup EFM 2018

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MATCH POINT @ EFM

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DEVILWORKS line up at EFM

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Wide House in Berlin with the world premiere of Claire Simon's SOLITUDE

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    is very proud to announce the WORLD PREMIERE of YOUNG SOLITUDE, the new documentary of CLAIRE SIMON Selected at Berlinale - Forum     Wide House - Line up: click here   YOUNG SOLITUDE     DCP/HD • France • 2018 • 100’  Directed by: Claire Simon  Produced by: Sophie Dulac Productions Co produced by: Carthage Films Original language:...
 
 

“EFM Horizon” Extended to Five Days : the Future in Focus at the European Film Market

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“EFM Horizon” Extended to Five Days / Events on Blockchain, Diversity, Virtual Reality, Artificial Intelligence - the Future in Focus at the European Film Market   The future of film business and pioneering developments in the media and entertainment worlds are the focus of “EFM Horizon”, successfully launched at last year’s European Film Market (EFM). The progressive market platform has been expanded and will take place this year over the course of five days...
 

“CoPro Series” Pitches 2018 – Eight New Drama Series Projects Look for International Partners

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  On February 21, for the fourth time, the Berlinale Co-Production Market will invite producers, commissioning editors, distributors, and other drama series financiers to the Zoo Palast for the exclusive pitch event “CoPro Series”, mounted as part of the “Drama Series Days” 2018 (February 19 – 21). In previous years, "CoPro Series” has hosted drama series projects looking for partners that have since become successful series, such as Babylon Berlin ...
 

Moonrise Pictures @ European Film Market 2018.

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n January 2013, film executive Colette Aguilar founded MOONRISE PICTURES, a sales agency and international distribution company. Based in Madrid, Spain, MOONRISE PICTURES is an independent entertainment company specializing in production, financing and worldwide distribution of feature films and television programming. Participating in top markets and festivals around the world, Moonrise has garnered a strong reputation a...
 
 

Berlinale Special 2018 – Berlinale Series Presents Long-Awaited Highlights and Shines a Spotlight on Newcomers in the World of D

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  The seven series from Australia, Denmark, Germany, Luxembourg, Israel, Norway, and the US will surprise viewers with a diversity of the content and production.   The series will look into the depths of the human soul, and portray the insatiable hunger for wealth, power, and acknowledgement. They depict reactionary political systems, but also turmoil and break-up in society, as well as protagonists who couldn’t be more different as they self-confidently follow their own paths...
 

Forum 2018: In the Realm of Perfection and Elsewhere

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  This year, Arsenal – Institute for Film and Video Art is putting on the Forum as part of the Berlinale for the 48th time. The main programme consists of 44 films, 35 of which world premieres. This year’s Special Screenings will be announced in a second press release. 21 years after his directorial debut The Day a Pig Fell into the Well, Korean director Hong Sangsoo makes a more auspicious return to the Forum. Grass is another cheerfully melancholy story about the guests at a...
 

 

 

Events of the 32nd TEDDY AWARD 2018 during the 68th Berlin International Film Festival

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For the 32nd time, the TEDDY AWARD will be awarded during the International Film Festival Berlin (Feb.15-25, 2017). The festive award ceremony for the world’s most important queer film prize will take place on February 23, 2018 in the Haus der Berliner Festspiele. Several events and receptions will take place in the lead-up to the award ceremony: Monday, 12.02.2018, 10 pm, Kino International Introduction to the TEDDY 2018 Programme with Wieland Speck MonGay, Kino International, ...
 

Destination Canada is Premium Partner of the 32nd TEDDY AWARD

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For the 32nd time, the TEDDY AWARD will be awarded during the International Film Festival Berlin (Feb.15-25, 2018). This year the TEDDY will be supported for the first time by Destination Canada. Within the Premium Partnership with the TEDDY AWARD, Destination Canada will present daily TEDDY TV interviews with the filmmakers whose films are in the race for the 2018 TEDDY AWARDS, as well as the TEDDY AWARD Talk “Diversity & Gender Equality” with exciting guests in the Canadian Emb...
 

Eduardo Nunes’ second feature film UNICORN will have its international premiere in Berlinale Generation

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Photo: Zeca Miranda   After an acclaimed world premiere at the Rio Film Festival, Brazilian director Eduardo Nunes’ second feature film UNICORN will have its international premiere in Berlinale Generation.   Based on two stories by renowned Brazilian writer Hilda Hilst, UNICORN takes up many of the author’s themes – sexuality, physicality, desire, death, and the pain they can inflict, or that people inflict upon each other – in a visual form that enhances ...
 

THE 2018 EUROPEAN SHOOTING STARS: Diversity at its Best

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  EFP (European Film Promotion) proudly presents the 10 most promising up-and-coming actors from Europe that will be honoured at the Berlin International Film Festival 2018 For the 21st edition of EUROPEAN SHOOTING STARS, this year’s jury of industry experts has selected a list of what they deem to be 2018’s ten most talented, up-and-coming actors from all over Europe, who are ready to step out onto the international film scene. They will be presented to the film industry, p...
 

Norwegian films in Berlin

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Los Bando, Threads and Hvalagapet invited to Berlin   Norway’s Los Bando selected for the Berlinale’s Generation Three Norwegian films will screen at the Childen’s Film Fest at the Berlin Internat...
 

Fantastic New Titles at EFM

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FANTASTIC FILMS INTERNATIONAL invites you to email us for an EFM 2018 meeting. Let us know your preferred date and time (from February 15-20), so we can introduce you to our Fantastic NEW titles (the first 5 titles below will complete production this year). We will also be announcing additional NEW titles at the market. Our EFM location is: Martin Gropius Bau, booth # 122,        ...
 

13th Forum Expanded — The Programme Is Complete

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The selection for the 13th Forum Expanded programme, which opens at the Akademie der Künste on Hanseatenweg on February 14 under the title “A Mechanism Capable of Changing Itself”, is now complete.                                                &n...
 

Generation 2018: Reflecting Reality

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    Selected from considerably more than 2,000 submissions, this year a total of 65 full-length and short films from 39 production and co-production countries have been invited to compete in the Generation Kplus and Generation 14plus competitions. Highly contemporary, the selection reflects on both cinematic developments as well as current socio-political situations. The diversity in content and format relentlessly reflects a complex and frequently inconsistent world while at the sam...
 

Attraction @Berlinale/EFM 2018

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  ATTRACTION DISTRIBUTION, 200-5455 De Gaspe Ave., Montreal, QC H2T 3B3 Canada           ...
 
 

Berlinale Classics 2018: Seven Restorations to Celebrate Their World Premieres

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The Berlinale Classics section of the 68th Berlin International Film Festival will present the world premieres of a total of seven films in digitally restored versions. Wim Wenders’ prize-winning classic Der Himmel über Berlin (Wings of Desire, Federal Republic of Germany / France 1987) returns to the screen in a new, digitally restored 4K DCP version. Two guardian angels keep watch over Berlin, until one of them falls in love with a mortal woman. He chooses to become human, giving...
 

Experts at Avant Première Music + Media Market Berlin 2018

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Filmfestivals.com will share news from this event during Berlinale, watch out for our dailies. Avant Première is the largest trade fair for performing arts in audiovisual media. Hosted by the IMZ International Music + Media Centre, it offers participants a front row seat to exclusive previews, cutting-edge information and priceless business contacts. www.avantpremiere.at EXPERTS AT AVANT PREMIÈRE 2018: TALK TO THE RIGHT PEOPLE AND LEARN FROM THE BEST Avant Premi&egrav...
 

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First Films of Berlin Critics’ Week 2018 Announced

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      Urushadze, Popescu, Guerra, Restrepo and a Collective: First Films of Berlin Critics’ Week 2018 Announced Suspenseful Georgia, the collectively constellated portrait of America&...
 
 

Competition and Berlinale Special 2018

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Competition and Berlinale Special: Christian Petzold, Emily Atef, Lance Daly, Marcelo Martinessi, Cédric Kahn, Adina Pintilie, Markus Imhoof, Mani Haghighi, Måns Månsson and Axel Petersén, David and Nathan Zellner in the Competition programme / Raman Hui, Fernando Solanas, Paul Williams in the Berlinale Special Another ten films have now been invited to the Competition of the 68th edition of the Berlin International Film Festival. Three more have also been selected for...
 
 

Generation 2018: On true fairy tales and magical realities

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  In its 41st edition, Generation reinforces the Berlin International Film Festival’s reputation for presenting ambitious new discoveries in the international contemporary film scene to young people told at eye level. “Generation shows films that stay close to the daily lives and fields of experience of children and young people, frequently in challenging situations. And we won’t ever tire of promoting a broader understanding of film for young viewers. At the same time,...
 
 

Competition and Berlinale Special

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Berlinale 2018: Benoit Jacquot, Gus Van Sant, Alexey German Jr., Małgorzata Szumowska, Philip Gröning, Thomas Stuber, and Laura Bispuri in the Competition / Isabel Coixet and Lars Kraume in the Berlinale Special   The first ten films have been selected for the Competition and the Berlinale Special.   Alongside the previously announced opening film, Isle of Dogs by Wes Anderson, seven productions and co-productions from France, Germany, Italy, Poland, Switzerland, Serbia, th...
 
 

The European Film Market celebrates 30 year anniversary:

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Platform for innovation and change / 2018 market already fully booked     30 years ago, the European Film Market (EFM) celebrated its premiere as an international trade market for films at the 38th Berlin International Film Festival. Today, the EFM is one of the most important film markets worldwide. It has become considerably more than just an industry get-together and distribution point: Starting with the digital transformation, the EFM began strategically opening up to new mark...
 
 

Panorama 2018: Disobedience – “Body Politics”, Resistance to Machismo, and a Strong Showing from Latin America

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    In February 2018 the Panorama will present its first programme curated by new section head Paz Lázaro together with Michael Stütz and Andreas Struck. To date, the first eleven films have been confirmed:   In the German documentary Zentralflughafen THF (Central Airport THF), Brazilian-Algerian director Karim Aïnouz films the everyday lives of refugees in the hangars of the defunct Berlin airport Tempelhof. While they dream of having finally reached their...
 
 

Berlinale 2018 - Alert : Dieter Kosslick to leave in 2019

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Reporting from Berlin on the 68th edition February 15 -25, 2018 Our team of festival ambassadors and reporters bring you the dailies from the Berlin Film Festival and European Film Market and keep an eye on past editions archives. #berlinale I Berlinale 2017 coverage I Berlinale  2016 I Berlinale 2015 I  Berlinale 2014 I  ________________ Dieter Kosslick will not renew his contract, ending may 2019, as head o...
 
 

Dieter Kosslick will not renew his contract, ending may 2019, as head of Berlinale

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   Festival Director Dieter Kosslick in response to a letter signed by a group of German directors concerning the future of the Berlinale: “I can understand that these directors want transparency when it comes to the process of reforming the Berlinale. Its future is a matter of great importance for all us. Minister of State and Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media Prof. Monika Grütters will be in charge of any proceedings.  My contract ends on M...
 
 

Berlinale Classics 2018 Presents Das alte Gesetz (The Ancient Law) by E.A. Dupont – World Premiere of the Digitally Restored Ver

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As part of the Berlinale Classics programme, the 68th Berlin International Film Festival will be presenting Ewald André Dupont's silent Das alte Gesetz (The Ancient Law, Germany, 1923) as a special screening with live music. The film, digitally restored under the auspices of the Deutsche Kinemathek, and accompanied by new music by French composer Philippe Schoeller, will have its world premiere on February 16, 2018 in the Friedrichstadt-Palast.   Das alte Gesetz (The Ancient ...
 
 

Wes Anderson’s Isle of Dogs to Open the 68th Berlinale, his 4th time with a film in Berlin

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  The 68th Berlin International Film Festival will open at the Berlinale Palast on February 15, 2018 with the world premiere of Wes Anderson’s animated film Isle of Dogs. Anderson has previously presented three films in the Berlinale Competition: The Royal Tenenbaums (2002), The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou (2005), and The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014) which opened the 64th Berlin International Film Festival and won the Silver Bear Grand Jury Prize. “I’m most delighte...
 

Berlinale Talents 2018 Is Sharing Secrets

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Berlinale Talents 2018 delves into the hidden worlds of film. With the theme “Secrets”, the 16th edition of the Berlinale’s networking platform focuses on the messages behind cinematic stories and images, and on unexplored paths into the film business. 250 international Talents and over 100 experts, mentors and Berlinale guests reveal their secrets of success and address the increasingly urgent social and political issues of how we share, disclose and protect knowled...
 
 

Retrospective 2018 – “Weimar Cinema Revisited”

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  The Retrospective of the 68th Berlin International Film Festival will focus on the great variety of cinema in the Weimar era. Some one hundred years ago, at the end of World War I and the dawn of the Weimar Republic, one of the most productive and influential phases in German filmmaking began unfolding, a creative era that went on to shape international perception of the country’s film culture, even to the present day. For “Weimar Cinema Revisited”, the festival will ...
 
 

Berlinale World Cinema Fund: Latest Funding Recommendations

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  At the 27th jury session of the World Cinema Fund (WCF), the juries recommended contributing to the funding of 10 film projects. Six films from Chile, Argentina, Vietnam, Brazil and Paraguay have been nominated for production funding. In the additional WCF Europe funding programme, the jury has recommended funding the production of a project from Morocco. In the special programme WCF Africa, they have recommended funding a Sudanese project. Two films have received recommendations for...
 

Improvements at the 2018 European Film Market:

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EFM expands the programme in 2018 “DocSalon” is the new meeting point for the documentary film trade   The European Film Market (EFM), hosting more than 9,000 participants annually and serving as the focal point of the film trade during the Berlinale, is improving its attractions for producers.   The “EFM Producers Hub” - an initiative tailored to the needs of producers at the EFM and providing producers with free consultations on financing and distribu...
 

German Director Tom Tykwer to Head Up the Jury for the 2018 Berlinale

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Tom Tykwer       © Joachim Gern German director, screenwriter, film composer, and producer Tom Tykwer will serve as jury president of the 68th Berlin International Film Festival. “Tom Tykwer is one of the highest-profile German directors and has established himself on the international stage as a great filmmaker. His outstanding talent and innovative trademark have been on display in a variety of film genres. We have gained a superb jury president in ...
 

All serial formats at the Berlinale to be presented at Zoo Palast in 2018

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The Berlinale Special Seriesprogramme, highly successful since its introduction three years ago, will run under the new name Berlinale Series and move to the new venue Zoo Palast for the 2018 festival. In 2015 the Berlinale was the first A-festival worldwide to create an individual special programme for series within the official programme. In doing so, the Berlin International Film Festival started a new trend and gave the high-quality serial narrative format a prominent platf...
 

Berlinale: Wieland Speck Hands Over His Position as Head of Panorama to Paz Lázaro

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    Wieland Speck, Paz Lázaro, Michael Stütz, Andreas Struck   Wieland Speck, until now head of the Berlinale’s Panorama section, will in the future be contributing his extensive range of expertise on film to the Berlinale as Consultant of the Official Programme. Starting in 1982, Wieland Speck joined forces with Manfred Salzgeber to build up Panorama (an autonomous section as of 1980, known as “Info-Schau” until 1985) and made its p...
 

Berlinale World Cinema Fund: New Funding Nominations

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Berlinale World Cinema Fund: New Funding Nominations - artistically, structurally and geographically diverse   At the 26th jury session of the Berlinale’s World Cinema Fund (WCF), the juries recommended contributing to the funding of 13 film projects. Five film projects from Bangladesh, Palestine, Brazil, Afghanistan and Uruguay were nominated for production funding. In the additional WCF Europe funding programme, four projects from Tunisia, Brazil, Argentina and Egypt were no...
 

Focus on Canada at coming EFM 2018

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from left to right: Michel Pradier (Director Project Financing, Telefilm Canada), Marielle Poupelin (Director International Promotion, Telefilm Canada), EFM President Beki Probst, Berlinale Director Dieter Kosslick and EFM Director Matthijs Wouter Knol at the signing of the contract © Loïc Thébaud In 2018, Canada will be the next “Country in Focus” at the European Film Market (EFM) of the Berlin International Film Festival. The EFM’s “Country in Foc...

 

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