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[18.02.2016] Newsletter Cineuropa

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

The Commune: Vinterberg moves from nuclear family to communal living

The Commune: Vinterberg moves from nuclear family to communal living

BERLIN 2016: The Danish director is back in the Berlinale competition with a rather uncomfortable film focusing on an unconventional form of household  

18/02 | Berlin 2016 | Competition

An Outpost of Progress: the hallucinated past

An Outpost of Progress: the hallucinated past

BERLIN 2016: Portuguese director Hugo Vieira da Silva broaches the subject of colonialism with a free narrative, strong vision, references to silent film and elements of the absurd  

17/02 | Berlin 2016 | Forum

In Your Dreams!: An imaginative coming-of-age story for youngsters and adults

In Your Dreams!: An imaginative coming-of-age story for youngsters and adults

BERLIN 2016: Czech producer and filmmaker Petr Oukropec has unveiled his sophomore feature in the Generation 14plus section of Berlin  

17/02 | Berlin 2016 | Generation 14plus

A dynamic EFM for French sellers

A dynamic EFM for French sellers

BERLIN 2016: There have been plenty of deals for Things to Come, Agnus Dei and the upcoming Farhadi, Haneke, Dumont and Ostlund films, among countless other titles  

17/02 | Berlin 2016 | Market

Genius: the American novelist whisperer

Genius: the American novelist whisperer

BERLIN 2016: A British team presents a visceral and spot-on tribute to the editor at Scribner’s who first heard the barbaric yawp of the Great American Novel  

17/02 | Berlin 2016 | Competition

Three projects awarded at the Berlinale Co-Production Market

Three projects awarded at the Berlinale Co-Production Market

BERLIN 2016: Eurimages, VFF and ARTE honour Blind Willow, Sleeping Woman, Tank and Memories from the Cell at the EFM  

17/02 | Berlin 2016 | Market

Aloys, a virtual portrait of an extraordinary man

Aloys, a virtual portrait of an extraordinary man

BERLIN 2016: The latest mysterious feature film by Swiss filmmaker Tobias Nölle had its world premiere in the prestigious Panorama section of the Berlinale  

17/02 | Berlin 2016 | Panorama

Soy Nero: Rafi Pitts stigmatises the way Americans behave towards the ‘Other’

Soy Nero: Rafi Pitts stigmatises the way Americans behave towards the ‘Other’

BERLIN 2016: American day at the Berlinale kicked off on a critical note with a film about a young Mexican who wants to be a "Green Card soldier 

17/02 | Berlin 2016 | Competition

Cottbus gives out two prizes during the Berlinale

Cottbus gives out two prizes during the Berlinale

BERLIN 2016: Macedonia's Marija Dimitrova and Croatia's Dalibor Matanic have received prizes from the FilmFestival Cottbus and connecting cottbus  

17/02 | Berlin 2016 | Market

Humidity: An ambiguous drama with the tension of a thriller

Humidity: An ambiguous drama with the tension of a thriller

BERLIN 2016: Serbian director Nikola Ljuca's new atmospheric drama has world-premiered in the Forum section of the Berlinale  

17/02 | Berlin 2016 | Forum

A Quiet Passion: Ecstasy in a corset

A Quiet Passion: Ecstasy in a corset

BERLIN 2016: Maestro Terence Davies has delivered a dialogue-rich and flamboyant look at the life of US poet Emily Dickinson, which paints a reserved portrait of a complex character  

16/02 | Berlin 2016 | Berlinale Special

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

 
 
 
 
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