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Berlinale
2018-02-23
Willem Dafoe – Honorary Golden Bear for Lifetime Achievement #Berlinale2018

How to stay an actor: Willem Dafoe on the Honorary Golden Bear and his approach to life and acting.

Berlinale
2018-02-23
Alvaro Delgado-Aparicio – Retablo #Berlinale2018

A delicate coming of age in the Peruvian mountains, with a first-time young lead actor to watch.

Berlinale
2018-02-23
Felipe Matzembacher, Marcio Reolon – Tinta Bruta (Hard Paint) #Berlinale2018

The second feature film, a nice and talented directors duo from Brazil that know how to capture real life with art and soul.

Berlinale
2018-02-23
Claudia Priscilla, Kiko Goifman – Bixa Travesty #Berlinale2018

A directors duo for the most surprising documentary in Panorama 2018.

Berlinale
2018-02-21
Aleksey German Jr. – Dovlatov #Berlinale2018

An oath to Art: Dovlatov lives again.

Berlinale
2018-02-21
Freddie Fox, Jim Broadbent, Moe Dunford – Black 47 #Berlinale2018

The grey shades of Evil.

Berlinale
2018-02-21
Linn da Quebrada – Bixa Travesty #Berlinale2018

The fantastic Linn opens up on her film, her life and pesonal ideas of self affirmation as an artist and as a single transwoman.

Berlinale
2018-02-21
Andreas Struck #Berlinale2018

A talk with one of the three new directors of Panorama, at the beginning of this year’s festival.

Berlinale
2018-02-21
Stephen Rea, James Frecheville – Black 47 #Berlinale2018

Demanding justice, through cinema.

Berlinale
2018-02-21
Göran Hugo Olsson – That Summer #Berlinale2018

Ode to a lost joy: the power of the Edith Beales.

Berlinale
2018-02-21
Barry Keoghan, Hugo Weaving, Lance Daly – Black 47 #Berlinale2018

Working with responsibilities, overcoming the challenges.

Berlinale
2018-02-20
Corneliu Porumboiu – Infinite Football #Berlinale2018

A new freedom, through infinite rules.

Berlinale
2018-02-20
Ibrahim al Hussein, Qutaiba Naefa – Central Airport THF #Berlinale2018

Safe, after experiencing Hell.

Berlinale
2018-02-20
Karim Aïnouz – Central Airport THF #Berlinale2018

Tracing the lines of dignity.

SYSF
2018-02-18
Till Schauder – When God Sleeps #SYSF2018

A young Iranian musician has to seek refuge in Europe to escape from a fatwa for his music. An intense documentary on an intense life.

Berlinale
2018-02-8
Florian Weghorn – Berlinale Talents #Berlinale2018

Berlinale Talents turns 16 and unveils its secrets.

SYSF
2018-02-6
Phil Cox – Betty: They Say I’m Different #SYSF2018

Betty Davis was a sensation, a gigantic performer. She was married to Miles Davis and then she disappeared all of a sudden. Now we know why.

International Film Festival Rotterdam
2018-02-3
Aditya Vikram Sengupta – Jonaki #IFFR2018

The interlinking of dreams, memory, and nostalgia.

International Film Festival Rotterdam
2018-02-3
Alexey Fedorchenko – Anna’s War #IFFR2018

A little Jewish girl finds an unlikely hiding place in a Nazi occupied building.

International Film Festival Rotterdam
2018-02-3
Eddie Martin – Have You Seen the Listers? #IFFR2018

The art and family life of Australian street artist, Anthony Lister.

International Film Festival Rotterdam
2018-02-2
Ikeda Akira – Ambiguous Places #IFFR2018

The previous Hivos Tiger Award winner returns to Rotterdam for the international premiere of his new feature film.

International Film Festival Rotterdam
2018-02-2
Malene Choi Jensen – The Return #IFFR2018

Being adopted has something to do with what is real and what is not.

International Film Festival Rotterdam
2018-02-2
Travis Beard – RocKabul #IFFR2018

Meet Afghanistan’s first (and only) metal band.

International Film Festival Rotterdam
2018-02-2
Donal Foreman – The Image You Missed #IFFR2018

Foreman’s fascinating essay documentary about his father, filmmaker Arthur MacCaig.

International Film Festival Rotterdam
2018-02-2
Robert Clem – How They Got Over #IFFR2018

The amazing gospel quartets of the 40’s and 50’s.

International Film Festival Rotterdam
2018-02-2
Steven Eastwood – Island #IFFR2018

A film about the very end of life and the moment of death.

FIPA
2018-01-31
David Czarnetzki, Mikhele Apitzsch – Lady You Shot Me: Life and Death of Sam Cooke #FIPA2018

A take on the story of the legendary soul music artist.

FIPA
2018-01-31
Anne Georget #FIPA2018

A chat with the President of the International Festival of Audiovisual Programmes of Biarritz, France.

FIPA
2018-01-31
Clara López Rubio, Juan Pancorbo – Hacking Justice #FIPA2018

A behind the scenes look at the case of WikiLeaks and its founder Julian Assange.

FIPA
2018-01-31
Francois Sauvagnargues #FIPA2018

A conversation on the 31st edition of the International Festival of Audiovisual Programmes with its General Delegate.