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Berlin Feminist Film Week (Mar 7-13 at Babylon Mitte and Berliner Union Film) reclaims the big screen for the sisterhood this International Women’s Day. Read more

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Exberlinale Interview: Ordinary xenophobia and the Undead

David Mouriquand interviews Canadian director Denis Côté for his Competition selected film, Repertoire Des Villes Disparues (Ghost Town Anthology). Read more

Feb 15, 2019 1:12 PM The Berlinale Blog

Exberlinale Interview: Opening wounds with Stitches

David Mouriquand talks to the director of Panorama favourite, Šavovi (Stitches). Read more

Feb 14, 2019 4:11 PM The Berlinale Blog

The Exberlinale Blog: Traumatic encounters

David Mouriquand rounds up two documentaries and a stirring drama, all dealing with the multifaceted topic of trauma. Read more

Feb 12, 2019 4:41 PM The Berlinale Blog

Exberlinale Interview: Coming of age in Quebec

David Mouriquand talks to Geneviève Dulude-De Celles, the director of one of his standout films this year, "Une Colonie" in the Generation section... Read more

Feb 12, 2019 4:06 PM The Berlinale Blog

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The Exberlinale Blog: Skaters & Highschoolers

David Mouriquand assesses the state of the coming-of-age genre with three films, including a must-see in Generations. Read more

Feb 11, 2019 1:04 PM The Berlinale Blog

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The Exberlinale Blog: Zombies before Polly

Several films this year deal with the topic of musical creativity and inspiration, including PJ Harvey doc A Dog Called Money, Système K, as well as the Generations section’s opening film, We Are Little Zombies. Read more

Feb 9, 2019 4:30 PM The Berlinale Blog

The Exberlinale Blog: Charlotte Rampling & The Existential Giallo

This year's 69th Berlinale has chosen to award British actress Charlotte Rampling with an Honorary Golden Bear and has dedicated the Homage section to a selection of her films, including the underseen 'Hannah'. Read more

Feb 8, 2019 12:08 PM The Berlinale Blog

Filmfestival Cottbus serves post-Soviet fare and comes loaded with movies about monkeys, writers and Soviet rock stars. On Nov 6-11 in Cottbus. Read more

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Walter Crasshole on Berlin's 13th Pornfilmfestival, on Oct 23-29 at Moviemento and more. Read more

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Explore the murky side of paradise at Australian and New Zealand film fest Down Under Berlin, Sep 19-23 at Moviemento. Read more

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Visionär Film Festival scours the globe for under-the-radar talent May 2-7 across the city. Read more

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The Exberlinale Blog: Touch Me Not hits the spot

We ponder this year's recipient of the Golden Bear, and share thoughts on another big awards-winner. Read more

Feb 25, 2018 5:00 PM , The Berlinale Blog 1 Comments

The Exberlinale Blog: Sheer(an) Torture

An Ed Sheeran doc had us howling with despair, but Steven Soderbergh's gloriously trashy new thriller offered some much-needed light relief. Read more

Feb 23, 2018 7:00 PM , The Berlinale Blog

The Exberlinale Blog: Pure idiocy

One of our critics watched the three-hour German incest movie so that you don't have to, while another unearths a low-key Korean gem. Read more

Feb 22, 2018 7:30 PM , The Berlinale Blog

The Exberlinale Blog: Happy Mondays

We start the week with a swing in our step, as we sing the praises of a couple of out-of-Competition corkers. Read more

Feb 19, 2018 6:00 PM , The Berlinale Blog

The Exberlinale Blog: Surviving the sinking ship

Underappreciated Russian writers, the M.I.A. documentary that ticked off its key protagonist and #MeToo in the Panorama programme. All in a day's work at the Berlinale... Read more

Feb 18, 2018 5:00 PM , , The Berlinale Blog

The Exberlinale Blog: A far from ruff opening

This year's Competition selection kicks off with Wes Anderson's newest, Isle of Dogs. It is his second foray into stop-motion and the first time the Berlinale has opened with an animated film. Read more

Feb 16, 2018 2:00 PM The Berlinale Blog

On February 15, the Berlin Film Festival’s 68th edition takes over the city for 10 days of movies, politics and glamour, bringing a splash of “carpet red” to our winter grey. Here’s our insider’s guide. Read more

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Whether programmers, Kino founders or festival curators, for our February issue we found 12 women who are shaking up the city’s cinema scene. The first: Final Girls Berlin (Feb 1-3 at Friedrichshain’s Ladenkino) curator Sara Neidorf. Read more

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