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German Stars and Industry Shine At Bavaria Fiction's Berlin Bash

The stars of German TV descended on the Bavaria Fiction party in Berlin this week. An A-list roster of German film and TV executives were also out in force as cocktails were served at the bash, which counted… 227 more words


The Festival Of Fences

First impressions of the Berlinale are an ambivalent mixture of sophisticated programming, great variety, lovely surfaces, all the shades of pink amidst a well-oiled division between fans/stars, outsiders/insiders, and talents/audience. 462 more words


Drama Series Days Opening Reception Captures Berlin's TV Buzz

Delegates to Berlinale’s buzzy Drama Series Days spilled out of the Zoo Palast cineplex Monday and into a bustling opening reception, supported by Film und Medien Stiftung NRW and Medienboard Berlin-Brandenburg, and with  357 more words


The Monocle Daily - report on 68th Berlinale

After a whirlwind visit to the 68th Berlinale – Berlin International Film Festival, I stopped by the studios at Monocle24 radio to talk with The Daily’s Andrew Mueller about Timur Bekmambetov’s newest “screen life” movie, PROFILE, Josephine Decker’s latest contemplation of the artistic process and its ethical implications, as well as episodes 1 & 2 of the new Australian television adaptation of PICNIC AT HANGING ROCK. 14 more words

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Berlin: Feng Xiaogang Dials up ‘Cell Phone 2’ (EXCLUSIVE)

Leading Chinese filmmaker Feng Xiaogang has set “Cell Phone 2” as his next movie to direct.

The film is a follow-up to his 2003 hit “Cell Phone,” which was a wry social comedy in which the extramarital affair of a media executive is exposed by his careless use of modern technology. 440 more words


Filmax Intl., La Claqueta, Irusoin Partner for 'The Miramar Murders' (EXCLUSIVE)

Barcelona-based Filmax has acquired international sales rights to “The Miramar Murders,” a documentary series directed by multi-prized Spanish film director Manuel Martín Cuenca (“Cannibal”).

“Murders” turns on the still unresolved case of Spaniard Pablo Ibar, the subject of several trials. 181 more words


Day 40 - Berlinale

The 68th Berlinale (film festival) is currently happening in Berlin. Of course we had to attend a few screenings and today we were very lucky to be at the international premiere of ‘Gurrumul’; a documentary about a man with an incredible voice that is tightly interwoven with his Aboriginal culture.