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Meryl Streep Wants More Inclusion

As Berlin Film Festival Jury head, that is. In industry and politics, I mean. And the Berlinale is just the place to, uh, want that kind of thing, or something. 135 more words

Humor

Berlinale 2016: Day 1

By Sascha Krieger

Hail, Caesar!  (Out of Competition / United States, United Kingdom / Directors: Joel & Ethan Coen)

The Coen brothers are going back to their roots. 549 more words

English

European cinematographic culture… and interculturally defending tolerance through art

by Sérgio Maia Tavares Marques, Managing Editor
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From 11th to 21st, Feb. 2016, Berlin will be the European (and not only) movie capital as the 66th Berlinale Festival takes off. 350 more words

EU

Joel and Ethan Coen's "Hail, Caesar!" to premiere at opening of Berlin Festival tonight

The 66th Berlin International Film Festival at the Berlinale Palast will open tonight. During the Opening Gala, the International Jury will be introduced. In addition to Meryl Streep (actress, USA), its members are Lars Eidinger (actor, Germany), Nick James (film critic, author, programmer, United Kingdom), Brigitte Lacombe (photographer, France), Clive Owen (actor, United Kingdom), Alba Rohrwacher (actress, Italy) and Małgorzata Szumowska (director, Poland). 77 more words

Festivals

Getting ready for Berlinale

კონკრეტულად რომელი პოსტის შემდეგ ან რა დროს გადავწყვიტე, პირადი ამბებიდან კინოსა და მუსიკაზე გადავსულიყავი, არ მახსოვს. სამაგიეროდ, ვიცი რამ იქონია ჩემზე გავლენა – კინოზე მეწერა. ეს, რა თქმა უნდა, ფილმების მიმართ ჩემი უდიდესი სიყვარულისა  და  

Movies

Short Film: Symphony No. 42

This wonderful short piece of animation played at Berlinale: https://www.shortoftheweek.com/2016/02/09/symphony-no-42/

Humorous, thought-provoking, and beautifully rendered. It is like a symphony of real and absurd human/animal encounters. 171 more words

Watching what we eat

The clouds lay thick over the city and the days are short and grey. It’s cold, wet, or both, and people on the street wear the weather on their faces. 686 more words

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