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Berlinale Spotlight: Films Travel to Asia

Posted by Larry Gleeson

Just when you think it can’t get any better, they go and do something like this!

The Berlinale has had a global presence with specially curated film programs for many years now. 640 more words


PELESIR | Berpelesir ke Festival Film Berlin

HilariusJourney.WordPress.comSEBAGAI penggemar film dan pelesir, penulis seringkali menggabungkan keduanya dengan menghadiri festival film internasional. Apa saja yang membuat festival film international begitu menarik untuk dijadikan inspirasi destinasi? 552 more words


Film Thoughts: THE PEARL BUTTON (2015)

Have had the good fortune to make it to the evening’s first screening at Film Society of BhubaneswarThe Pearl Button” – a magnificent, enlightening and moving film by the veteran director… 465 more words


Potsdamer Platz - modern, cosmopolitan, night-life district

A wasteland crossed by the Berlin Wall before the reunification, the Potsdamer Platz area of Berlin (Potsdamer Square and surrounding streets) has evolved into a very appealing tourism attraction, especially for foreigners. 158 more words

Main Attractions

El Hombre Nuevo (The New Man) - Berlinale Review

Originally published in The Upcoming as part of the Berlinale 2015 coverage.

El Hombre Nuevo follows Nicaraguan born transvestite Stephania as she returns to her hometown, which she left as a child. 381 more words


Tell Spring Not to Come This Year - Berlinale Review

Originally published in The Upcoming as part of the Berlinale 2015 coverage.

Tell Spring Not to Come This Year has already been met with a resoundingly positive reaction, gaining the Amnesty International Film Award as well as the Best Documentary award in the Panorama section at Berlinale 2015. 325 more words


Out of My Hand - Berlinale review

Originally published in The Upcoming as part of the Berlinale 2015 coverage.

Out of My Hand is the second foreign production narrative film ever shot in Liberia, and it gives us an exclusive glimpse into the everyday lives of the plantation workers living there.  336 more words