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UMP Recommends - Body/Ciało

Polish cinema was always trapped in the confines of its own history trauma and social problems, which always kind of excluded the Polish films from being acclaimed by broader audiences. 460 more words


Berlin Festival 2015

By: Catalina Campos

Looking for something fun to do this summer? Fear not, the Berlin Festival Which runs from the 29th to the 31st of May, is the perfect celebration to the start of summer in Berlin. 179 more words


Fassbinder – To Love Without Demands @!f Istanbul 2015

Fassbinder – To Love without Demands made its world premiere at the 2015 Berlinale in the Panorama section, a programme dedicated to  films that provide insight on new directions in art house cinema. 1,176 more words

Interviews With Filmmakers

Never Trust a Skinny Italian Chef

One of the world class chefs featured in the new Netflix series Chef’s Table, premiering April 26, is Italian Massimo Bottura. Massimo Bottura is the Chef/Owner of… 613 more words


Female Representation at the Berlinale 2015

In 2015 I paid my first visit to the International Film Festival in Berlin, known as the Berlinale. One of the things I looked at while I was there was the representation of female directors in the festival programme. 1,700 more words


Alice Waters' Simple Food

What is Simple Food? Star Chef Alice Waters was asked this question at an afternoon talk at the Berlin Film Festival about her latest cookbook. 455 more words


Hide Your Smiling Faces

dir. Daniel Patrick Carbone
USA/2013 /81 min./1.78:1
World Premiere: Berlinale (2013)
US Premiere: Tribeca Film Festival (2013)
Distributor: Tribeca Film

Signaled boldly and evocatively by a cold-blooded clash of fauna in the opening frame of Carbone’s debut feature, predation and mortality cast long shadows over the course of events that unfolds for a pair of brothers during the languor of a formative summer vacation. 154 more words