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Panahi´s "Taxi"

My second iranian film in 4 weeks after seeing “a girl walks home alone at night” lately. Jafar Panahi´s “Taxi”, winner of the Berlinale film fest is a celebration of humanity & respect and a strong subtile political fight against any forms of supression in iran. 96 more words

Berlin To Go

Always be thankful


2015 will be probably the year of records in worldwide gross of movies. Currently one summer blockbuster after another comes to theaters. Millions of people running into the movies paying 8 to 10 bugs to just see a mediocre movie. 587 more words

Something To Think About

Berlinale 2015 Encore – Winner of the Panorama Audience Award

By Sascha Krieger

Que horas ela volta? (Panorama / Brazil / Diretor: Anna Muylaert)

Motherhood and social chasms are at the center of yet another Berlinale audience favorite from Brazil. 434 more words


'Victoria' - Germany, 2015

Far from an accomplishment in cinematography, to call it such is an insult not only to cinematographers that I know personally, living and working in Berlin, but cinematographers globally. 320 more words


Festen Boden unter den Füßen

Pünktlich zur 65. Berlinale begann mein Praktikum und damit ein Tauchgang in eine surrealistische Glitzer-Welt. Täglich war ich in den nobelsten Berliner Hotels untergebracht, umgeben von Kameramänner und Kamerafrauen, Tonassistenten, Presseleuten und Journalisten. 268 more words


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