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Berlinale's Residency supports first and second feature directors

Berlinale’s Residency supports first and second feature directors

The Berlin International Film Festival will be presenting three films by this year’s participants of the Berlinale Residency at the Arsenal Cinema from October 6 to 8. As Berlinale Residency fellowship holders, the three directors Fernando Eimbcke (Mexico), Daniel Borgman (New Zealand) and Ella Manzheeva (Russian Federation) have been in the capital since September 1....
Berlinale Talents 2015

Berlinale Talents 2015

The main theme for the 2015 Berlinale Talents program is “2015: A Space Discovery“ Berlinale Talents 2015 is a summit and networking platform for 300 outstanding talents from the fields of directing, production, acting, screenwriting, cinematography, editing, production design, film criticism, world sales, distribution, sound design and score composing. An international selection committee is currently...
Call for Entries - Berlinale Talents 2015

Call for Entries – Berlinale Talents 2015

Berlinale Talents is the annual summit and networking platform of the Berlin International Film Festival for 300 emerging film creatives from all over the world. The next edition of Berlinale Talents takes place Feb 7- 12, 2015. Emerging directors, screenwriters, producers, distributors, world sales agents, actors, cinematographers, editors, production designers, sound designers, film music composers...
Summer Berlinale under the Stars

Summer Berlinale under the Stars

In summer, Berlin is a city of outdoor events. And this includes: the Summer Berlinale at the Open-Air Cinema in Friedrichshain. From July 24 to July 27, this summertime sequel of the Festival will give cineastes another chance to see audience favourites and winners from the Competition, Panorama, Forum, Perspektive Deutsches Kino and Berlinale Shorts – under the stars and...
A New Name for Talent Forged at the Berlinale: The Talent Campus is Now Berlinale Talents

A New Name for Talent Forged at the Berlinale: The Talent Campus is Now Berlinale Talents

The label is new, the event is not: since 2003, the Talent Campus at the Berlinale serves to create a network of emerging creatives from all over the world, helping them connect with one another as well as with established filmmakers. Over the past eleven years, 4472 filmmakers have visited the Campus. Starting October 1, the initiative will continue under the name Berlinale...
Berlinale: Some Like It Hot - Filmmakers as Entertainers

Berlinale: Some Like It Hot – Filmmakers as Entertainers

Jane Campion, Anita Ekberg, Bence Fliegauf, Nina Hoss, Ken Loach, Lucrecia Martel, John Cameron Mitchell, Walter Murch, Hengameh Panahi, Ulrich Seidl, and Paul Verhoeven Join the 11th Edition of Berlinale Talent Campus. Going strong for over a decade, the Berlinale Talent Campus continues during the 63rd Berlin International Film Festival to gather the most promising...
Berlinale Shorts 2013 – Cinema’s Avant-Gardists or on Meandering through Time and Space

Berlinale Shorts 2013 – Cinema’s Avant-Gardists or on Meandering through Time and Space

27 films from 20 countries will be competing for the Golden Bear and Silver Bear Jury Prize, the DAAD Short Film Award, and a short film nomination for the European Film Prize. The programme includes 22 world premieres, five international premieres, and one film out of competition: Ossama Mohammed’s Khutwa Khutwa (Step by Step) from...
Over 4,400 applicants for the 11th Berlinale Talent Campus

Over 4,400 applicants for the 11th Berlinale Talent Campus

New initiative in the Berlin House of Representatives: Selected filmmakers present their projects to industry representatives / 2nd Talent Campus Tokyo opens its doors. 4,443 applications from 137 countries, including first-time applicants from French Guiana and Saint Lucia, were received for the 11th edition of the Berlinale Talent Campus under the motto “Some Like It...
World of Shorts - Sarajevo 2012: Less is not enough for us

World of Shorts – Sarajevo 2012: Less is not enough for us

In this interview, Matthijs Wouter Knol, the programme manager of the Berlinale Talent Campus tells us about the concept of international talent campuses and the idea behind the brand new Berlinale Residency. The Berlinale Talent Campus celebrated its 10th anniversary last February. How do you remember it? Did anything special happen on the occasion of...

Young and Sexy – Short Films on Berlinale

As young filmmakers are trying out their skills while making a short film, their topic is often related to sexual life, problems, issues. Right now I selected a couple of films out of the competition, which  all deal with the topic in different, but a very proffesional way. They all manage to prove that sexuality...

Berlinale Short Film Awards

The members of the International Short Film Jury Khavn de la Cruz (Philippines), Arta Dobroshi (Kosovo) and Lars Henrik Gass (Germany) award the following prizes: The Golden Bear to Please Say Something by David OReilly (Ireland) A film which gave us lots of emotion, sensitivity and much to think about. A very humane story. With...

Berlinale Shorts: 28 Wilful, Disturbing and/or Mollifying Ways to Regard the World

A top-notch international jury – with actress Arta Dombroshi from Kosovo, director of the International Short Film Festival Oberhausen Lars Henrik Gass, and Philippine director Khavn de la Cruz – will pick the award winners in this year’s short film section. The Berlinale Shorts will screen 28 films from 17 countries, eleven of which will...