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More Competition & Special Films Announced For The 2018 Berlinale

Another ten films have now been invited to the Competition of the 68th edition of the Berlin International Film Festival. Three more have also been selected...

Maudie review: Dir. Aisling Walsh [Berlinale]

Maudie review: Sally Hawkins skilfully portrays Nova Scotia artist Maud Lewis in this quaint, sweet biopic from Irish filmmaker Aisling Walsh. Maudie review by Paul...

In Times Of Fading Light review [Berlinale]: Dir. Matti Geschonneck (2017)

In Times Of Fading Light review: Director Matti Geschonneck and screenwriter Wolfgang Kohlhaase tackle Eugen Ruge's source novel. In Times Of Fading Light review by Paul Heath at...

Butterfly Kisses review [Berlinale]: Dir. Rafael Kapelinski (2017)

Butterfly Kisses review: Rafael Kapelinski's debut is a startling and confronting look into one teenager's deviant desires. Butterfly Kisses review by Kat Hughes at the 2017 Berlin Film...

I Am Not Your Negro review [Berlinale]: Dir. Raoul Peck (2017)

I Am Not Your Negro review: Raoul Peck assembles a powerful documentary based on the unfinished work of poet, author and social critic James...

The Lost City Of Z review [Berlinale]: Dir. James Gray (2017)

The Lost City Of Z review: James Gray writes and directs this take of an epic true story of twentieth century explorer Percy Fawcett. The...

Berlin Syndrome review [Berlinale]: Dir. Cate Shortland (2017)

Berlin Syndrome review: Cate Shortland directs this adaptation of Melanie Joosten's best-selling 2011 novel of the same name, a film which has already caused...

The Other Side Of Hope review [Berlinale]: Dir. Aki Kaurismaki (2017)

The Other Side Of Hope review: Aki Kaurismaki delves into the subject matter of the Syrian refugee crisis, and erm, the restaurant business, in...

The Party review [Berlinale]: Dir. Sally Potter (2017)

The Party review: Sally Potter writes and directs this ultra-tight character-driven drama which boasts an impressive cast. The Party review by Paul Heath at the...

Bright Nights review [Berlinale]: Dir. Thomas Arslan (2017)

Bright Nights review : Thomas Arslan returns to the Berlin Film Festival with a new film about rekindling relationships that may be already lost. Bright...