Lone Scherfig becomes showrunner for a realistic and touching series set in the Maternity ward.
(Synthetic) Diamonds lasts forever. At the 72 Berlinale, a documentary discussing the real value of the gems representing the ultimate symbol of committed love.
Ursula Meier talks about her film “The Line” and the meaning of symbolism in her work.
Dale Dickey about her performance in “A Love Song” and her personal Indie/Blockbuster balance.
Feature debutant Max Walker-Silverman about making movies is like writing a country song.
Charlotte Gainsbourg about her mother role in Mikhaël Hers “Passengers Of The Night”
Talking with the director of the European Film Market Dennis Ruh about another edition on line, pros and cons and hopes for the future.
From a real story, a very contemporary film, sadly a little too much. Maggie Peren talks with us about all the references and implications of it.
Incredible Dupieux makes it possible to be surreal and down to earth at the same time with Incredible but true in Berlinale Special Gala.
Finding love in the most unexpected way.