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entertainment | Berlin Film Festival To Go Ahead Next February Despite Pandemic

The Berlin Film Festival will go ahead next February as planned despite the Covid-19 pandemic, its organizers said on Monday, as Germany battles a surge in infections linked to returning holidaymakers, large family gatherings and nightlife. 95 palabras más

Arts & Culture & Entertainment

Movie Review: Never Rarely Sometimes Always

I know how you feel. It’s coming up to the end of the month and you’ve already seen all the streaming services’ new releases. You’ve even watched a few clunkers that you wouldn’t have given a moment’s notice to if it weren’t for the pandemic. 485 palabras más

Film

Movie Review: Light of My Life

Actor Casey Affleck (MANCHESTER BY THE SEA) hasn’t had an easy time in some quarters of Hollywood since he was #MeToo’d prior to his Oscar® win in early 2017. 568 palabras más

Film

Adoption / Örökbefogadás, Hungary 1975)

This title was screened in the Berlinale Classics programme and marked the return of a film that was the Golden Bear winner in 1975. It was also the film that established its director, Márta Mészáros, as a internationally recognised film-maker. 1.133 palabras más

Women And Film

The Bicycle / Das Fahrrad, Deutsche Demokratische Republik 1982

I saw this film at the 69th Berlinale as part of a programme “Self-determined. Perspectives of Women Filmmakers” with the sub-title ‘The Personal is Political’. This East German film offers what seems to be a frank and fairly realistic portrait of a working class woman. 1.008 palabras más

Women And Film

BERLINALE'20— Paranoia Takes Hold in 'Exile', an Examination of Xenophobia in Modern Germany

The Match Factory

In a pharmaceutical company in an unnamed town in Germany, middle aged engineer Xhafer (Mišel Matičević), originally from Kosovo, begins to suspect that something is not right. 618 palabras más

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BERLINALE'20 —'Bloody Nose, Empty Pockets' is a Riotous, Heartfelt Look at America's Edges

Department of Motion Pictures

In their ode to the dive bars left on the fringes of the big cities, Bill and Turner Ross weave a compelling tale of a disparate group of people bound together by the space that they share that welcomes each and every one of them. 589 palabras más

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