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James Bond 007 No time to die 2020 Daniel Craig, Rami Malek

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 Edie is a 2017 British drama film directed by Simon Hunter and written by Elizabeth O'Halloran. Discovered at the SBIFF not to be forgotten.

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Berlinale 2015 Interview: Justin Kelly for I am Michael

  Justin Kelly - I am Michael, 2015 US - Interview   Justin Kelly is an American writer and director, who has mainly directed music videos before entering the film industry with several short films. I am Michael is his first feature film that premiered at this year’s Sundance Film Festival and it was part of the Berlinale Panorama. The film tells the story of a gay activist and writer, who suddenly turned to religion, developing a theory against homosexuality and is starring...

Berlinale 2015: Body (review)

Body, dir. Malgorzata Szumowska, Poland, Berlinale 2015 - Competition  by Martin I. Petrov In a visionary, humorous wander though the life of (not that much) ordinary people in the polish capital Warsaw, Malgorzata Szumowska’s Body aims to go far under the skin and explore incentives, find answers and criticise bits of our parallel realities.  A father living with his anorexic daughter Olga, after the death of his wife, is trapped between the cruelty he has to face...

Berlinale 2015: Body (review)

  Body, dir. Malgorzata Szumowska, Poland, Berlinale 2015 - Competition    In a visionary, humorous wander though the life of (not that much) ordinary people in the polish capital Warsaw, Malgorzata Szumowska’s Body aims to go far under the skin and explore incentives, find answers and criticise bits of our parallel realities.    A father living with his anorexic daughter Olga, after the death of his wife, is trapped between the cruelty he has to face every ...

AVANT PREMIÈRE MUSIC + MEDIA MARKET BERLIN 2015

The IMZ is hosting AVANT PREMIÈRE MUSIC + MEDIA MARKET BERLIN once again (10-13 Feb 2015), the international trade fair for performing arts films. In cooperation with Berlinale Talents and the European Film Market we are offering an extensive programme for over 400 international branch experts: http://www.avantpremiere.at/index.php?id=3&start=on   OPEN HOUSE   Celebrating the official open...

Arclight Films — Berlin 2015 New Film Added to EFM Lineup

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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...

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

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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 ...

23rd Contravision International Film Festival

We are pleased to inform you that the 23rd International ContraVision Film Festival has launched its 2015 call for entries.

The deadline for submission is Monday, December 1st 2014.

There is no submission fee, just our own online entry form and upload.

The films should not be longer than 30 minutes and there are no restrictions regarding genre, style or topic.

You find the online submission form at http://www.contravision.de

The 23rd ContraVision will run from March 20th until 28th 2015 at Cinema Central in Berlin, Germany. It presents action, comedy, horror, animation, romance... and more... from all over the world. The audience will vote the winners of the ContraVision Awards.

Berlin International Film Festival Again Supporting “Berlinale in Sendai”

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    The Berlin International Film Festival is supporting the “Berlinale in Sendai” event for the second time. The event will take place on July 26 and 27 in Sendai City, a municipality in the Tohoku region that was severely damaged by the earthquakes and tsunami in March 2011.   For “Berlinale in Sendai”, the Berlinale section Generation is curating a programme with two emphases: films that entertain, and films that focus on coping positively in problem...

Silent Ones Winner Berlin Independent Film Festival

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RICKY RIJNEKE movies blog about Silent Ones by Ricky Rijneke winner Berlin Independent Film Festival februari 18, 2014 The Berlin Independent Film Festival is at the epicentre for low-budget filmmaking in Europe. After 4 years working under the auspices of the European Film Festival, BIFF now launches one of the hottest indie f...

BERLIN CALLING (documentary)

Director: Nigel Dick.
Berlin Calling is possibly the first film about the holocaust seen through the eyes of a Clash fan. A punk-chick from Los Angeles traces her father's roots back to pre-war Berlin and confronts her family's dark past. Her journey takes her from LA to Houston, Paris, Berlin, Prague and finally the Concentration Camp where her father spent two years. During this voyage she discovers not only how she and her whole family were effected by Hitler's Final Solution but also that her family is larger than anyone dared imagine. She is finally able to leave a tribute to her family on the streets of Berlin and watch while her father is welcomed back to the city of his birth by the Mayor of Berlin.

Magic and dark sides of the „jogo bonito”: The „11mm” Soccer Film Festival in Berlin focused on Brazil

  When the Football World Cup starts on 12th of June, the whole world will look to Brazil. In contrast, the fact that there a military coup occurred exactly 50 years ago, barely attracted attention internationally. In the four-part film documentary „Memórias do Chumbo – O Futebol nos Tempos do Condor” (2013 ), the Brazilian director Lúcio de Castro is addressing to the influence of the military dictatorships in Brazil, Chi...

Fountainhead e-Letter, March 2014, Berlin/Germany

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FOUNTAINHEAD® Tanz Théâtre e - Letter March 2014 . Berlin.Germany www.fountainhead-tanz-theatre.de www.blackinternationalcinema.de www.black-international-cinema.com Please send replies to / Bitte senden Sie Antworten an bicdance@aol.com XXIX. 2014 Black International Cinema Berlin May 7-11 "Footprints in the Sand?" Exhibition July1 -...

XXIX. 2014 Black International Cinema Berlin & "Footprints in the Sand?" Exhibition

A Complexion Change
Transnational & Intercultural Diplomacy
An International Media Project (UNESCO)

http://www.blackinternationalcinema.de/BIC14/bic_14.htm
XXIX. 2014
Black International Cinema Berlin

May 7-11


"Pathways to Enlightenment / Wege zur Erkenntnis"

"Footprints in the Sand?" Exhibition
July 1 - August 31, 2014


Venue: Rathaus Schöneberg (city hall), John-F.-Kennedy-Platz,
10825 Berlin/Germany


 

Captures from the Red Carpet Day 3

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February 8, 2014 ...

First award winners of the 28th TEDDY AWARD

The 28th TEDDY AWARD will be presented on 14 February 2014 at a gala ceremony in the Komische Oper Berlin. This year the Special TEDDY AWARD goes to two filmmakers whose works have had a remarkable impact on queer cinema. Rosa Von Praunheim Rosa Von Praunheim is particularly well known for his pioneering 1970/71 film Nicht der Homosexuelle ist pervers, sondern die Situation, in der er lebt [It is not the homosexual who is perverse, but the society in which he lives] that played a cruci...

EFM Industry Debates 2014: the complete program for Feb 7 - 10

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EFM Industry Debates 2014: Talks on Recent Artistic Forms of Documentaries, Experiences of Renowned Producers, New Sales Strategies in Asia, and Changing Mediascapes in the Age of Digitisation   In 2014, the EFM Industry Debates will again discuss topical issues related to the film and media industry. These issues have to do with the situation of documentaries and how they are changing artistically; with successful producers, the industry’s unsung heroes, and their in...

European Film Market 2014 Set to Go / New Initiative and New Venue

The 64th Berlin International Film Festival European Film Market (EFM) is set to go for 2014, with exhibit spaces fully booked at Martin-Gropius-Bau and the Marriott Hotel on Potsdamer Platz. The EFM is one of the most important platforms for international trade in film distribution rights and audiovisual content. Taking place from February 6 - 14, the first annual industry meeting, the EFM opens the international film year. A new initiative with Berlinale Talents, and new features like the Ca...

Imperfectu: International Film and Gender Festival

Through film, art, and gender studies, Imperfectu: International Film and Gender Festival celebrates and examines the diversity of gender identities and expressions, as well as of sexual identities and orientations, while embracing varied and alternative feminisms.

Imperfectu explores the infinite possibilities that sex, gender and sexuality fields offer to us, questioning the primacy of the conventions to which the binary gender system and heteronormativity limit us. Furthermore, this festival gives room to feminist expressions that know how to include these infinite possibilities in their discourses.

PLACE

The festival will take place in Tijuana, Mexico.
A selection of the screened works in Tijuana will also be presented in Berlin, Germany.

VENUES

Tijuana Cultural Center (CECUT)
Tijuana University CUT
Berlin venue TBD

DATES

The festival will be held from April 1st to 6th, 2014 (Tijuana, Mexico).
The dates for the Berlin screenings will be announced later.

 

MEANING

Through the word “imperfectu” we want to give a new value to the concept of imperfection within the gender studies framework. The “-tu” ending avoids the gender morpheme that in Spanish language is used when the noun “imperfection” becomes an adjective. At the same time, this ending makes a reference to the Spanish pronoun “tú” (“you”) in order to create closeness to the individual.

“Imperfectu” is an invented adjective that seeks identification and fraternity between those who somehow transgress the binary system of sex and gender and heteronormativity and, therefore, are seen as outsiders of “normality” and even as “imperfect beings”. Through this festival, what a binary and heteronormative culture reads as “imperfect” is simply read as “non-normative” and, consequently, considered “normal” and celebrated from a second reading that becomes liberal and intelligent.

 

OBJECTIVES

  • 1. To encourage education, analysis and discussion about the relationship that cinema, art and popular culture maintain with gender studies.
  • 2. To open a cultural space that creates visibility for all those communities whose tendencies are different from the conventional concepts of sex, gender and sexuality.
  • 3. To promote art with a gender focus.
  • 4. To celebrate sexual and gender diversity.
  • 5. To create identification and fraternity among all those individuals whose tendencies are different from the conventional concepts of sex, gender and sexuality.
  • 6. To express alternative feminisms that know how to combine their ideologies and movements and sexual and gender diversity.
  • 7. To include. This festival in any way excludes cisgender communities; on the contrary, it seeks the integration of all types of gender and transgender manifestations.
  • 8. To fight homophobia, lesbophobia, biphobia and transphobia, encouraging acceptance and tolerance of all those individuals whose tendencies are different from the conventional concepts of sex, gender and sexuality. Although all these objectives will have an impact directly on Tijuana society, they will also reach the Baja California and the Mexican societies as well as Spanish speaking and English speaking communities through the festival’s publications.

18th BERLIN & BEYOND in San Francisco announces Selection

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Largest American festival of German-Language Cinema brings broad slate of celebrated pictures to Castro Theatre this January   The Berlin & Beyond Film Festival (Jan 15-21) marks its 18th year with a return to its original exhibition schedule at the head of the calendar in January and a selection of some of the best and brightest award-winning films and talents of European cinema. It is the fourth year under the direction of festival director Sophoan Sorn, and his third in collab...

Perspektive Deutsches Kino revives the Midnight Movie

Spacemen Age of Cannibals Lamento The Innocents Amma & papa     The first six films for the 2014 Perspektive Deutsches Kino programme have been invited: four feature films and two documentaries. "This year, I paid special attention to variety in content and cinematic aesthetics," says section head Linda Söffker in describing her selections. "Directors who tell familiar stories using new images, with an interesting script, or filmmakers who ta...

Generation 2014: New Films and New Cinemas

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Already twelve films produced and co-produced in ten countries have been invited to the Berlinale Generation section. The complete Generation programme will be announced in mid January.   Generation will be returning to the recently reopened Zoo Palast cinema. Here, as well as at the Haus der Kulturen der Welt, it will celebrate film premieres and repetition screenings. The section’s short film competition has been given a new home in the CinemaxX at Potsdamer Platz.   Genera...

Berlinale and Glashütte Original Extend Their Commitment to Young Filmmakers until 2016 and Announce Jury for “Made in Germany –

  Watch manufacturer Glashütte Original is extending its co-partnership with the Berlinale until 2016, and continuing its support of a talented young director from the Perspektive Deutsches Kino section with the “Made in Germany – Perspektive Fellowship”. Conceived for the development of a project, material and screenplay, the €15,000 fellowship is funded by Glashütte Original. “We are very pleased that for the third time now we will be able to awar...

Record Audience Numbers: 19,000 Guests at 29th International Short Film Festival Berlin

Guests attending from all over the world praised the fantastic film selection, the great atmosphere, locations, parties and events.    The 80 interfilm programmes (130 screenings) and 14 KUKI programmes (31 screenings) at seven cinema locations were well attended: a new interfilm record was achieved with 19,000 cinema-goers. All the work we poured into creating new event ideas truly paid off and many innovations are set to return in 2014, we're delighted with the overwhelming ...

KUKI - 6th International Short Film Festival for Children and Youth wrapped in Berlin

KUKI - Shorts for kids drew a record number of 5,400 young and not-so-young cineastes to the cinemas at Filmtheaters am Friedrichshain and Passage Kino Neukölln. The school programmes alone registered more than 4,000 guests, with the most popular being the Spanish Foreign Language Programme "Que Onda?", which was viewed by a total of 700 students and teachers. In addition to the Opening Matinee which burst with an audience of 350, the Competition Programme for ages ...

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