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Marcos Ludevid

Fantasy Filmfest, Germany’s touring genre film showcase, returns to the Hauptstadt Apr 13-14. 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

Final Girls, Green Book and more are on in Berlin cinemas this week... Read more

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Berlin's "Christmas Film Festival" revels in both the joy and the horror of the holidays, Dec 21-24 at Moviemento. Read more

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Fantasy Filmfest returns with a scorching selection of future cult classics Sep 5-16. 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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Shelley

The Berlinale Blog: Go gothic or go home

Motherhood is a recurring theme this year at the Berlinale and two films have decided tackle it via the suspense/horror genre... "Shelley" and "The Ones Below" are reviewed. Read more

Feb 14, 2016 9:30 PM The Berlinale Blog

The Fantasy Filmfest returns to CineStar at Sony Center on Dec 5-6 for a special weekend of chills, thrills and double bills to herald the onset of winter: White Nights. Read more

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OUT NOW! If you're hungry for horror, THE GALLOWS will leave you unsatisfied with its incessant cliches and adherence to genre conventions. Read more

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INTERVIEW: What do you do when mommy returns home but may not be mommy? Austrian duo Franz and Fiala present a terrifying exploration of that question in "Ich seh, ich seh". Also, twins! The film opens in Berlin cinemas on Jul 2. Read more

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INTERVIEW. Cult filmmaker Jörg Buttgereit hasn't made a foray into horror for over 20 years. Now he's back along with Michal Kosakowski and Andreas Marschall for the very German horror anthology "German Angst", playing in small Berlin cinemas now. Read more

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