9-14 / 02 / 2019
250 emerging talents from all over the world.
7-17 / 02 / 2019
A great cultural event and one of the most important dates for the international film industry.
23/01 - 3/02/2019
One of the largest audience and industry-driven film festivals in the world.
Italian Film Commissions in the foreground.
Intralingual real time respeakers and velotypists.
Let’s meet the President of the Vallée d’Aoste Film Commission at the European Film Market in Berlin.
The Emilia Romagna Film Commission at the European Film Market, through the words of Emma Barboni.
A delicate coming of age with a strong insight on the rising of Right-wing populism in Finland.
A ghost town as a metaphor for a little ordinary xenofobia.
Australian documentary-maker Damon Gameau tells us about the making of his delightfully creative and eye-opening film envisioning how our world may look in 2040.
The tale of an impossible but inevitable love, in a society that urges you to conform. A tale in three parts for an intense and surprising film.
The two lead actresses (of the three) of Flatland tell us the work done to build their characters and the journey that the film has been for them.
A doc about landless workers in Brazil, and their old traditions and fights, facing the new right-wing government recent threats.
A talk with Jenna Bass, director of Flatland, about thriller, western and female empowerement.
Belgian director Bas Devos speaks to us about his second feature Hellhole aiming to capture a fractured Brussels in the wake of the 2016 terror attacks.
German director Angela Schanelec discusses her non-conventional approach to filmmaking in I Was At Home, But.
The ugliness of violence.
Chinese film director Wang Xiaoshuai spoke with us about the capturing three decades of his country’s history through a personal tale of loss in his film.
A poetic journey through a man’s life among the wild nature.
A fun ride, tinted in black and neon lights.
We are all Petrunya.
Living more than one life within one.
German film director Nora Fingscheidt tells us why she wanted to make a film about a wild little girl.
What profit, and what loss?
Taking character development to a whole new level.
Reading between the lines.
Discovering the immediacy of filmmaking.
Berlinale Talents is 17 and not afraid to fail.
IFFR’s tribute to one of world cinema’s most unpredictable voices.
The uncertain nature of a piano prodigy.
A prison black comedy about community versus egotism.
On the road with a seasoned transgender truck driver.
An emotional journey through one of the oldest forms of Western music.
Teens come of age in a self-proclaimed Moldavian republic.
A film based on the composition The Seven Last Words of Our Saviour on the Cross (1787) by Joseph Haydn.