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[20.02.2016] Newsletter Cineuropa

Fire at Sea honoured with the Golden Bear: Berlin awards humanistic cinema

Fire at Sea honoured with the Golden Bear: Berlin awards humanistic cinema

BERLIN 2016: Meryl Streep’s jury has singled out Gianfranco Rosi’s documentary on Lampedusa, the island of the migrants; European film is well represented in the winners’ list  

20/02 | Berlin 2016 | Awards

Berlin’s FIPRESCI Prize goes to Death in Sarajevo

Berlin’s FIPRESCI Prize goes to Death in Sarajevo

BERLIN 2016: The international critics have crowned Danis Tanovic’s film, while Aloys has also won accolades  

20/02 | Berlin 2016 | Awards

The Europa Cinemas Label goes to The First, The Last at Berlin

The Europa Cinemas Label goes to The First, The Last at Berlin

BERLIN 2016: The feature by Belgian filmmaker Bouli Lanners has been crowned Best European Film in the Panorama section  

19/02 | Berlin 2016 | Awards

Matthijs Wouter Knol • Director, European Film Market

Interview: Matthijs Wouter Knol • Director, European Film Market

Interview

BERLIN 2016: Cineuropa met up with the European Film Market director Matthijs Wouter Knol to discuss virtual reality  

17/02

“European film is a cultural authority,” says Oettinger

“European film is a cultural authority,” says Oettinger

BERLIN 2016: MEDIA is testing day-and-date release strategies with further projects  

20/02 | Berlin 2016 | Market

Saint Amour: The ten stages of drunkenness

Saint Amour: The ten stages of drunkenness

BERLIN 2016: Benoît Delépine and Gustave Kervern’s dark humour is tinged with a painful kind of tenderness through a father-son relationship  

19/02 | Berlin 2016 | Out of competition

United States of Love: The antibody in Poland

United States of Love: The antibody in Poland

BERLIN 2016: In a post-Cold War Poland under the Solidarity movement, Tomasz Wasilewski follows the crossed paths of four women who express their desire for love through shame  

19/02 | Berlin 2016 | Competition

The Wounded Angel to premiere online on Festival Scope

The Wounded Angel to premiere online on Festival Scope

The newly launched platform presents Emir Baigazin’s follow-up to Silver Bear winner Harmony Lessons to international audiences  

19/02 | Releases | Europe

TVCO sells Napoli Jungle to Argentina and Australia

TVCO sells Napoli Jungle to Argentina and Australia

BERLIN 2016: Negotiations are under way for France, Spain, Mexico and Germany; plus, a deal has been struck with iTunes, Google Play and Amazon for a package of European films  

19/02 | Berlin 2016 | Market

Cine-Regio presents its Building Bridges report

Cine-Regio presents its Building Bridges report

BERLIN 2016: The European network of regional film funds has backed one in three European Union films selected at the festival  

19/02 | Berlin 2016 | Market

The 32nd Mons International Love Film Festival kicks off tonight

The 32nd Mons International Love Film Festival kicks off tonight

Irreplaceable will open the gathering, which unspools from 19-26 February, and features two competitions and myriad parallel sections  

19/02 | Festivals | Belgium

A Serious Game: Total eclipse of the heart

A Serious Game: Total eclipse of the heart

BERLIN 2016: Pernilla August portrays complex passion based on a classic Swedish novel adapted by Danish screenwriter Lone Scherfig  

19/02 | Berlin 2016 | Berlinale Special

Zhaleika: Fighting tradition

Zhaleika: Fighting tradition

BERLIN 2016: Eliza Petkova’s debut feature portrays a world stuck in time, where you have to follow the ancient rules or suffer the consequences  

19/02 | Berlin 2016 | Generation

Shooting Stars 2016

Shooting Stars 2016

Cineuropa met up with EFP's Shooting Stars, 10 of the most promising young actors from all over Europe selected by a jury of film industry professionals  

17/02

A barrage of hopefuls for the Croisette

A barrage of hopefuls for the Croisette

There is a very tantalising list of potential candidates for the 69th Cannes Film Festival, which will unspool from 11-22 May 2016  

18/02 | Cannes 2016 | Selection

The End: Night of the hunter, twilight of an idol

The End: Night of the hunter, twilight of an idol

BERLIN 2016: Guillaume Nicloux brings us a dark forest story in which he uses Gérard Depardieu to portray the loneliness of a man whose life is behind him  

18/02 | Berlin 2016 | Forum

Rio Corgo: Walking to leave a footprint

Rio Corgo: Walking to leave a footprint

BERLIN 2016: Sergio Da Costa and Maya Kosa present their latest, touching documentary in the Forum section of the Berlinale  

18/02 | Berlin 2016 | Forum

News from Planet Mars: A flaw in the system

News from Planet Mars: A flaw in the system

BERLIN 2016: Dominik Moll recycles his fondness for anxiety-inducing atmospheres with intelligence and humour in an off-the-wall comedy with brilliant performances  

18/02 | Berlin 2016 | Out of competition

German competition drama 24 Weeks becomes a sales hit at Berlin

German competition drama 24 Weeks becomes a sales hit at Berlin

BERLIN 2016: Beta has closed several deals for the Berlinale competition title 24 Weeks by Anne Zohra Berrached  

18/02 | Berlin 2016 | Market

Parasol: Tender wanderings

Parasol: Tender wanderings

Valery Rosier, who already made a splash with Sundays and Silence Radio, continues to forge ahead with a brand of cinema that refuses to side with documentary or fiction  

17/02 | Films | Belgium

 
 
 
 
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