Opening the Berlinale Talents panel discussion series on Sunday, festival jury president Paul Verhoeven and jury member Maggie Gyllenhaal took part in a candid and humorous conversation with film historian Peter Cowie spanning politics, religion, music, astronomy, art and, unsurprisingly, sex and violence. 892 more words
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While no one at the Berlin Film Festival’s opening day jury press conference mentioned U.S. President Donald Trump’s name, his shadow loomed large over the crowded room as jury members discussed wide-ranging topics that spanned film, politics, culture, economics and the role of technology. 528 more words
UPDATE with details of the opening-night ceremony: The Berlin Film Festival kicked off tonight with the world premiere screening of Django, French director Etienne Comar’s movie about guitarist and composer Django Reinhardt and his flight from Nazi-occupied Paris in 1943. 502 more words
Directed by: Lenny Abrahamson.
Starring: Michael Fassbender, Domhnall Gleeson, Maggie Gyllenhaal, Scoot McNairy, Carla Azar, François Civil.
I would have loved to have been a fly on the wall when this film went to marketing, … 413 more words
Today I am bringing my 2017 Berlin International Film Festival red carpet wishes full circle by closing with a flurry of wishes for Maggie Gyllenhaal who has been selected for jury duty. 654 more words
Maggie Gyllenhaal and Diego Luna are among those who will make up the Berlin Film Festival’s International Jury this year.
German actress Julia Jentsch, Tunisian producer Dora Bouchoucha, Iceland’s Olafur Eliasson and Chinese writer-director Wang Quan’an will join Gyllenhall and Luna to round out the jury that will decide who will receive the Golden and Silver Bears at Berlinale next month. 342 more words