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3238 articles available in total starting from 23/05/2002. Last article published on 21/01/2022.

Review: Loving Highsmith

Review: Loving Highsmith

Based on Patricia Highsmith’s diaries and notes, as well as touching testimonials from friends, lovers and relatives, Eva Vitija’s documentary is a deeply moving work  

21/01 | Solothurn 2022

The eighth Berlinale Co-Pro Series announces its selection

The eighth Berlinale Co-Pro Series announces its selection

The Berlinale Co-Production Market event is inviting ten new international TV projects to be presented during its upcoming online session  

20/01 | Berlinale 2022 | EFM

The Berlinale announces its competition titles: “Never before have we welcomed so many love stories”

The Berlinale announces its competition titles: “Never before have we welcomed so many love stories”

Newcomers meet the usual suspects, as Claire Denis, Ulrich Seidl and Dario Argento are set to premiere their new films at the German festival  

19/01 | Berlinale 2022

The Berlinale Series Market unveils its selection

The Berlinale Series Market unveils its selection

The new season of the market features a slate of discussions focusing on the current trends in series, while the Berlinale Series Market Selects label returns with 17 series in total  

19/01 | Berlinale 2022 | EFM

The Berlinale announces its full Panorama line-up

The Berlinale announces its full Panorama line-up

Opened by Alain Guiraudie’s Nobody’s Hero, this year’s programme will include a total of 29 films from 33 countries and 25 world premieres  

18/01 | Berlinale 2022 | Panorama

The Berlinale announces its Forum titles, praising the inventiveness of the filmmakers

The Berlinale announces its Forum titles, praising the inventiveness of the filmmakers

Twenty-seven films have been chosen for the main programme of the section, including Anka and Wilhelm Sasnal’s We Haven’t Lost Our Way, and Rewind and Play by Alain Gomis  

18/01 | Berlinale 2022 | Forum

MUBI acquires The Match Factory

MUBI acquires The Match Factory

Aiming to “bring beautiful cinema to film lovers”, the new collaboration will open up new opportunities to nourish the future of the cinema that both companies adore  

17/01 | Industry | Market | UK/Germany

The Berlinale announces a raft of new titles for its Generation and Series strands

The Berlinale announces a raft of new titles for its Generation and Series strands

Generation’s line-up will explore how youngsters “perceive the world, how they appropriate it or how they oppose it”, whilst Berlinale Series will see a return to crime scenes and courtrooms  

17/01 | Berlinale 2022 | Generation

The Berlinale Co-Production Market announces its selection for 2022

The Berlinale Co-Production Market announces its selection for 2022

A total of 34 projects, including those by Radu Jude, Agnieszka Holland, Teona Mitevska, Ognjen Glavonić and Bence Fliegauf, will be presented at the online co-production platform  

14/01 | Berlinale 2022 | EFM

The Berlinale announces a new concept for an in-person event, opens with François Ozon’s Peter von Kant

The Berlinale announces a new concept for an in-person event, opens with François Ozon’s Peter von Kant

Meanwhile, the European Film Market, the Berlinale Co-Production Market, Berlinale Talents and the World Cinema Fund will unspool digitally  

12/01 | Berlinale 2022

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