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Mar 03, 2019
A Tale of Three Sisters: After Alfonso Cuaron's Roma, an equally stirring Turkish version worth exploringAs geographically dissimilar as they are, Roma and A Tale of Three Sisters have their hearts in harmony and share a central narrative significant to the lives of marginalised women. Only, it’s disheartening A Tale of Three Sisters may not find a widespread audience.
Feb 28, 2019
Discovering the Israeli filmmaker whose Synonyms won the Golden Bear at BerlinaleSynonyms is overlong and repetitive and sometimes willfully obscure – but every frame is charged with a break-all-rules aesthetic.
Feb 21, 2019
The Berlinale, and searching for love amongst the Golden Bear winners down the yearsThe big prize winners at film festivals like the Berlinale have a reputation for being grim and arty, and appealing more to the head than the heart.
Feb 20, 2019
Berlinale 2019: The lesser known films to watch out for, from Ghost Town Anthology to Talking About TreesEver heard of Sudanese cinema? The fact that you probably have not is the subject of the intriguing documentary Talking About Trees, that won big at the Berlinale.
Feb 17, 2019
Who You Think I Am review: A tale of catfishing and existential crisis, saved by Juliette Binoche's screen presenceIt’s hard to empathise with a catfishing predator so the movie employs a few plot twists and split narratives to keep its momentum
Feb 07, 2019
Berlinale 2019: The important collaboration of Francois Ozon and Charlotte Rampling, recipient of Golden BearUnder the Sand will be screened in the Homage section at Berlinale 2019, along with another (and more popular) Ozon-Rampling collaboration, Swimming Pool.
Feb 03, 2019
Berlinale 2019: From the Juliette Binoche-led jury, to Gully Boy's premiere — all you need to knowThe high woman representation is a shot in the arm for Berlinale, whose contemporaries in Cannes and Venice could only dream of matching this statistic.
Feb 01, 2019
Move over, Gully Boy: Prantik Basu's short film Rang Mahal heads to Berlinale Shorts International CompetitionWith 24 films from 17 countries in the lineup, the competition at Berlinale Shorts is intense. But Prantik Basu is a film festival veteran.
Dec 20, 2018
Rima Das' Bulbul Can Sing to have European premiere at Berlin International Film Festival 2019Rima Das' Village Rockstars recently ended its dream run at the Oscars 2019 as India's official entry in the Best Foreign Language Film category.
Dec 18, 2018
Charlotte Rampling to be honoured with Golden Bear at Berlin International Film Festival 2019Charlotte Rampling whose career has spanned more than 100 film and television roles, will be honoured with a special Golden Bear at Berlinale.