Bruhl’s directorial debut is a black comedy which in the end will make you question yourself and watch out for your neighbours.
A love story, the evil eye, Notti Magiche and Nanni Moretti: tradition, superstition and italian cinema in Koberidze’s cinema at the Berlinale.
Is it possible to fall in love with a robot? What do women and men look for in a relationship? I’m your man by Maria Schrader tries to answer.
A mom and her daughter’s adolescences intersect through a “memory box”.
An engaging and engaged film about child labour and the challenge of education.
Riz Ahmed’s two worlds in the first feature film by Bassam Tariq.
The Siberia of hopes, dreams, regrets, memories: Willem Dafoe and Abel Ferrara’s cinematic trip in competition at the Berlinale.
Is there life at the edge of the world?
Life on a forlorn Chinese village fades away.
A man trying to save his homeland while facing the collapse of his marriage.