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The 71st  Berlinale International Film Festival will be held March 1–5 (market) & June 9–20, 2021.
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Best 25 photos from Berlinale 2019: A man and his golden camera

(Nora Fingscheidt, Helena Zengel and Albrecht Schuch with their Silver Bear for System Crasher, © Antonio Castello 2019)





The man with the golden camera. I first noticed photographer Antonio Castello during a press conference, due to his old-timey looking camera with a golden vintage lens. He captured over two thousand photos over the course of the massive eleven-day film festival. Looking through his snaps of festival director Dieter Kosslick, filmmakers, actors and actresses and average festivalgoers really made me miss the festival. Sit back and enjoy the unique perspective of Berlin-based Colombian photographer Antonio Castello as he gives you a peek into some of the exclusive moments from these past two weeks. This year's 69th Berlin International Film Festival was a lovely final hurrah for festival director Dieter Kosslick, the man who has courageously curated the Berlinale for nearly two decades. 

(Dieter Kosslick, © Antonio Castello 2019)




(Lea Van Acken, © Antonio Castello 2019)



(Casey Affleck, © Antonio Castello 2019)




(Tilda Swinton, © Antonio Castello 2019)
(Christian Bale, © Antonio Castello 2019)
(Ina Marie Wilmann, © Antonio Castello 2019)




(Bill Nighy, © Antonio Castello 2019)




(Wagner Moura with Bella Camero, © Antonio Castello 2019)

(Seu Jorge, © Antonio Castello 2019)
(Charlotte Rampling, © Antonio Castello 2019)
(Oliver Masucci, © Antonio Castello 2019)
(Norovsambuu from the film Öndög, © Antonio Castello 2019)
(Tilda Swinton with Honor Swinton Byrne, © Antonio Castello 2019)
(The fabulous Geraldine Chaplin with Udo Kier, © Antonio Castello 2019)
(Jonas Dassler, © Antonio Castello 2019)
(Heike Makasch, © Antonio Castello 2019)
(Fahri Yardim, © Antonio Castello 2019)
(Manuel Abramovich with Bogdan Georgescu, © Antonio Castello 2019)
(Campino from Die Toten Hosen, © Antonio Castello 2019)
(Silver Bear winners Wang Jingchun and Yong Mei, © Antonio Castello 2019)
(François Ozon with his Silver Bear, © Antonio Castello 2019)
(Hakon Overas, Rasmus Videbæk with his Silver Bear, HansPetterMoland, © Antonio Castello 2019)
(The remarkable Helena Zengel with Systemsprenger's Silver Bear, © Antonio Castello 2019)
(Dieter Kosslick after 18 years as Festival Director of the Berlinale, © Antonio Castello 2019)
(Berlinale screening, © Antonio Castello 2019)
Photo Credits: Antonio Castello
Instagram: @antoniocastello
Antonio Castello is a Colombian photographer and creative artist based in Berlin, Germany. For the last 6 years, he has been capturing scenes from Fashion Weeks, art events and various festivals all around the world. His artistic approach, the use of analogue cameras and vintage lenses mixed with modern technology along with a more experimental, radical style has put this Latin creative in the European art scope. 
(Antonio Castello at an official Berlinale press conference, © Adam Berry 2019)


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