Posts tagged ‘BERLINALE’
For the World Cinema Fund (WCF), 2013 proved to be an exceedingly successful year: the WCF-funded film Uroki Garmonii (Harmony Lessons) by Emir Baigazin took home the Silver Bear at the last Berlinale.
Also the Berlinale 2014 could not have got off to a better start. For the first time two (more…)
31 fictional features from 23 countries will provide insights into contemporary world cinema production, and this includes a number of works just invited from Turkey, Indonesia, India, Taiwan and the Ivory Coast. (more…)
En el tradicional festival alemán se estrena la ópera prima de la joven realizadora. “Retrata a una mujer en crisis que halla libertad en el juego”, relató.
La única película hispanoamericana del Festival de Cine de Berlín se presenta este jueves en la capital alemana y con ella el debut de la argentina Natalia Smirnoff como directora. Su film Rompecabezas participa en la sección oficial de la Berlinale y según su creadora la película retrata “a una mujer en crisis” que encuentra “un poquito de libertad” en el ensamblaje de puzzles. (more…)
“We have a lot of problems in Mexico,” a well-known Mexican filmmaker said somberly, frustrated and shaking his head earlier this week during a party at the Berlinale.
At the Mexican Embassy shortly after the first screening of “Revolución,” I ran into a director of one of the ten short films that make up the new omnibus movie marking the centennial of the Mexican Revolution.
“I have a hole in my heart,” the filmmaker told me, looking a bit shell-shocked and explaining that seeing the ten films on the big screen for the first time earlier that night was a “very heavy” experience.
“I need to go get drunk,” he half-smiled, excusing himself for a moment and making his way to the crowded tequila bar inside the Embassy.
By Martin BlaneyCompiled by Latin American Film blog from screendaily.com
Documentaries are set to put in a strong showing at the Berlinale’s Panorama section this year as selectors announce that half of the 50-title programme has now been confirmed. A third of the final line-up will be made up of documentaries. (more…)
Compiled by Latin American Film blog from dearcinema.com
Selected from over 2600 short film entries, 25 films from 15 countries will be presented in five programmes, and compete for a Golden Bear, a Nomination for the European Film Academy Short Film 2010, and a DAAD grant in Berlinale Shorts in the 60th edition of Berlianle. Out of competition, Japanese director Akihito Izuhara’s Akai Mori no Uta (The Song of Red Forest) will also be screened: an animated work featuring two mystic beings singing about the state of the world. (more…)
El cortometraje peruano “El segundo amanecer de la ceguera”, de Mauricio Franco Tosso, será el único representante latinoamericano en la sección Shorts (Cortos) del festival de cine de Berlín (Berlinale). (more…)