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Italian Film Commissions
2019-02-19
Simone Gandolfo – Vallée d’Aoste Film Commission #EFM2019

Let’s meet the President of the Vallée d’Aoste Film Commission at the European Film Market in Berlin.

Italian Film Commissions
2019-02-19
Emma Barboni – Emilia Romagna Film Commission #EFM2019

The Emilia Romagna Film Commission at the European Film Market, through the words of Emma Barboni.

Berlinale
2019-02-17
Selma Vihunen – Stupid Young Heart #Berlinale2019

A delicate coming of age with a strong insight on the rising of Right-wing populism in Finland.

Berlinale
2019-02-17
Denis Coté – Ghost Town Anthology #Berlinale2019

A ghost town as a metaphor for a little ordinary xenofobia.

Berlinale
2019-02-17
Damon Gameau – 2040 #Berlinale2019

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.

Berlinale
2019-02-17
Marius Olteanu – Monsters #Berlinale2019

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.

Berlinale
2019-02-17
Faith Baloyi, Izel Bezuidenhout – Flatland #Berlinale2019

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.

Berlinale
2019-02-17
Camila Freitas – Chao #Berlinale2019

A doc about landless workers in Brazil, and their old traditions and fights, facing the new right-wing government recent threats.

Berlinale
2019-02-17
Jenna Bass – Flatland #Berlinale2019

A talk with Jenna Bass, director of Flatland, about thriller, western and female empowerement.

Berlinale
2019-02-17
Bas Devos – Hellhole #Berlinale2019

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.

Berlinale
2019-02-16
Angela Schanelec – I Was At Home, But #Berlinale2019

German director Angela Schanelec discusses her non-conventional approach to filmmaking in I Was At Home, But.

Berlinale
2019-02-16
Jonas Dassler – The Golden Glove #Berlinale2019

The ugliness of violence.

Berlinale
2019-02-16
Wang Xiaoshuai – So Long, My Son #Berlinale2019

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.

Berlinale
2019-02-16
Hans Peter Molland – Out Stealing Horses #Berlinale2019

A poetic journey through a man’s life among the wild nature.

Berlinale
2019-02-14
Xavier Böhm – O Beautiful Night #Berlinale2019

A fun ride, tinted in black and neon lights.

Berlinale
2019-02-14
Teona Strugar Mitevska – God Exists, Her Name Is Petrunya #Berlinale2019

We are all Petrunya.

Berlinale
2019-02-14
Stellan Skarsgard – Out Stealing Horses #Berlinale2019

Living more than one life within one.

Berlinale
2019-02-14
Nora Fingscheidt – System Crasher #Berlinale2019

German film director Nora Fingscheidt tells us why she wanted to make a film about a wild little girl.

Berlinale
2019-02-14
Marie Kreutzer – The Ground Beneath My Feet #Berlinale2019

What profit, and what loss?

Berlinale
2019-02-14
Yaron Shani – Chained #Berlinale2019

Taking character development to a whole new level.

Berlinale
2019-02-11
Rita Azevedo Gomes – A Portuguesa #Berlinale2019

Reading between the lines.

Berlinale
2019-02-11
Carlos Conceição – Serpentário #Berlinale2019

Discovering the immediacy of filmmaking.

Berlinale
2019-02-8
Florian Weghorn – Berlinale Talents #Berlinale2019

Berlinale Talents is 17 and not afraid to fail.

International Film Festival Rotterdam
2019-02-6
Edgar Pera #IFFR2019

IFFR’s tribute to one of world cinema’s most unpredictable voices.

International Film Festival Rotterdam
2019-02-6
Itay Tal – God of the Piano #IFFR2019

The uncertain nature of a piano prodigy.

International Film Festival Rotterdam
2019-02-6
Frederikke Aspöck – Out of Tune #IFFR2019

A prison black comedy about community versus egotism.

International Film Festival Rotterdam
2019-02-6
Brunna Laboissière – Fabiana #IFFR2019

On the road with a seasoned transgender truck driver.

International Film Festival Rotterdam
2019-02-6
Paul Duane – While You Live, Shine #IFFR2019

An emotional journey through one of the oldest forms of Western music.

International Film Festival Rotterdam
2019-02-6
Anna Eborn – Transnistra #IFFR2019

Teens come of age in a self-proclaimed Moldavian republic.

International Film Festival Rotterdam
2019-02-6
Catherine Chagnon – The Seven Last Words #IFFR2019

A film based on the composition The Seven Last Words of Our Saviour on the Cross (1787) by Joseph Haydn.