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Western: an Interview with Valeska Grisebach

Western, Valeska Grisebach’s latest work, was met with significant critical acclaim when it screened at Cannes’ Un Certain Regard last May. It’s a memorable film. 1,803 more words



If I didn’t know it was shot entirely on an iPhone, I would not have figured it out while watching Soderbergh’s new twist on his road to revolutionising craft, if not necessarily art. 245 more words


Tokyo Twilight (Tokyo Boshoku, 1957)

This title, directed by Ozu Yasujiro, was screened in this year’s Berlinale Classics. The film is in Ozu’s standard academy ratio and black and white. This was the premiere of a restored version screened from a 4K DCP. 669 more words

Japanese Film

My Berlinale 2018 experience: part II

I’m the kind of person who likes to be prepared and who likes to know how things are going to happen (as far as that is reasonably possible). 1,464 more words


Weimar Revisited at the Berlinale

The Berlinale, or Berlin International Film Festival, is one of the great Film Festivals. It has a vast and varied programme. Alongside the offerings of world cinema, mainstream productions, documentaries and experimental fare are well designed retrospective programmes. 11,013 more words

35mm Films