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The Son of Joseph: Joseph, Mary and… Vincent

The Son of Joseph: Joseph, Mary and… Vincent

BERLIN 2016: Eugène Green presents his delightful new film in the Forum at Berlin: this Biblical update verging on a romantic comedy features his trademark hieratic style of directing  

16/02 | Berlin 2016 | Forum

24 Weeks: A drama that gets right under the skin

24 Weeks: A drama that gets right under the skin

BERLIN 2016: Some powerful performances could mean that the new film by German writer-director Anne Zohra Berrached may be in with a chance of winning a Bear this year  

16/02 | Berlin 2016 | Competition

Alone in Berlin: Letters to strangers

Alone in Berlin: Letters to strangers

BERLIN 2016: Vincent Perez’s attempt to adapt a post-war bestseller on the resistance of German citizens to Nazism misses the mark at Berlin  

16/02 | Berlin 2016 | Competition

André Téchiné  • Director

Interview: André Téchiné • Director

"Sticking as close as possible to the natural rhythms of life"

BERLIN 2016: French filmmaker André Téchiné deciphers Being 17, screened in competition at Berlin  

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Illegitimate: A switch of perspectives

Illegitimate: A switch of perspectives

BERLIN 2016: Adrian Sitaru’s independent feature may cause a stir with its uncomfortable story  

16/02 | Berlin 2016 | Forum

Lily Lane: Anything for my mother

Lily Lane: Anything for my mother

BERLIN 2016: Hungarian filmmaker Bence Fliegauf’s latest film is a uterine piece that fuses together different levels of reality to wrap a mother and her son in their own world, time and space  

16/02 | Berlin 2016 | Forum

Inertia: A moving struggle for the desires reflected in our dreams

Inertia: A moving struggle for the desires reflected in our dreams

BERLIN 2016: The impressive feature debut by Israeli director Idan Haguel exposes the timeless struggles of a middle-aged woman  

16/02 | Berlin 2016 | Forum

Fire at Sea looks out over the gateway to the West

Fire at Sea looks out over the gateway to the West

BERLIN 2016: Director Gianfranco Rosi, who won the Golden Lion at Venice with Sacro GRA, spent over a year on the island of Lampedusa to shoot his new documentary  

16/02 | Berlin 2016 | Competition

Death in Sarajevo, where past and present always overlap

Death in Sarajevo, where past and present always overlap

BERLIN 2016: Danis Tanović returns to the Berlinale competition with a drama set in a Sarajevo hotel and revolving around the 100th anniversary of the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand  

16/02 | Berlin 2016 | Competition

Depth Two: Facing up to our own crimes

Depth Two: Facing up to our own crimes

BERLIN 2016: Ognjen Glavonić is the first Serbian filmmaker to tackle the war crimes of his nation head-on in the Forum documentary Depth Two  

16/02 | Berlin 2016 | Forum

Lithuania makes its presence felt at Berlin

Lithuania makes its presence felt at Berlin

BERLIN 2016: The Baltic country continues to attract interest from the international film community  

16/02 | Berlin 2016 | Lithuania

Mellow Mud: Severed ties

Mellow Mud: Severed ties

BERLIN 2016: The feature by young Latvian director Renars Vimba portrays the coming of age of a young woman with (almost) no family, fighting her way out of a quagmire  

14/02 | Berlin 2016 | Generation

Gaumont walks tall with See You up There

Gaumont walks tall with See You up There

BERLIN 2016: The French group has a spectacular-looking slate, having begun pre-sales for the upcoming Albert Dupontel film, adapted from the novel by Pierre Lemaître  

15/02 | Berlin 2016 | Market

Polish box office hit Planet Single to be shown at the Berlinale

Polish box office hit Planet Single to be shown at the Berlinale

BERLIN 2016: The successful film, released in Poland on 5 February, will be shown for professionals at the Berlinale  

15/02 | Berlin 2016 | Poland

The Paris Coproduction Village launches its call for projects

The Paris Coproduction Village launches its call for projects

The third edition of the event will unspool from 8-10 June 2016 in Paris  

15/02 | Industry | France

True Colours boosts sales of The Confessions at the EFM

True Colours boosts sales of The Confessions at the EFM

BERLIN 2016: The new Italian sales outfit founded by Lucky Red and Indigo Film has sealed distribution agreements for the upcoming political thriller  

15/02 | Berlin 2016 | Market

Letters from War: Faraway, so close

Letters from War: Faraway, so close

BERLIN 2016: Ivo Ferreira presents an articulate film at Berlin that tells the story of the correspondence sent by a love-stricken doctor and husband posted in Angola in 1971  

15/02 | Berlin 2016 | Competition

The Berlinale celebrates the Creative Europe day

The Berlinale celebrates the Creative Europe day

The European Film Forum, which will tackle the potential of digital opportunities, and the celebration of the 25 Years of MEDIA take place today, 15 February  

15/02 | Berlin 2016 | Market

Fortissimo closes raft of territories for BAFTA winner Theeb

Fortissimo closes raft of territories for BAFTA winner Theeb

BERLIN 2016: Naji Abu Nowar’s Venice winner is also nominated for an Oscar  

15/02 | Berlin 2016 | Market

Being 17: A sentimental education on contact

Being 17: A sentimental education on contact

BERLIN 2016: André Téchiné’s new film, the screenplay for which he wrote with Céline Sciamma, is a physical, sensual and enjoyable film on the blossoming of desire between two high school students  

15/02 | Berlin 2016 | Competition

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