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PostPosted: Thu Feb 08, 2018 4:34 am    Post subject: 68th Berlinale Film Festival Reply with quote

2018 (Feb 15-25):
http://www.berlinale.de/

Program:
https://www.berlinale.de/en/programm/berlinale_programm/programmsuche.php
Ticket:
https://www.berlinale.de/en/programm/tickets/index.html
Venues:
https://www.berlinale.de/en/programm/spielst_tten/index.html
Prizes:
https://www.berlinale.de/en/das_festival/preise_und_juries/_bersicht_auszeichnungen/auszeichnungen_uebersicht_neu.html
Live Streaming:
https://www.berlinale.de/en/im_fokus/live-streaming/index.html
Video:
https://www.berlinale.de/en/im_fokus/videostreaming/06_streaming_2018.html

In competition:
https://www.berlinale.de/en/presse/pressemitteilungen/alle/Alle-Detail_42070.html

FEB 06, 2018:
COMPETITION AND BERLINALE SPECIAL ARE COMPLETE

The Competition and Berlinale Special programmes of the 68th Berlin International Film Festival have now been finalised.

The Norwegian production Utřya 22. juli (U - July 22) by Erik Poppe completes the Competition programme. This year’s Competition features 24 films, 19 of which will be competing for the Golden Bear and the Silver Bears.

The documentary Songwriter by Murray Cummings completes the Berlinale Special programme. The film follows British singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran as he creates his latest album and provides an intimate look at the musician’s work.

Competition

Utřya 22. juli (U - July 22)
Norway
by Erik Poppe
with Andrea Berntzen, Aleksander Holmen, Brede Fristad, Elli Rhiannon Müller Osbourne, Solveig Kolřen Birkeland, Sorosh Sadat, Ada Eide
World premiere

Berlinale Special Gala at the Friedrichstadt-Palast

Songwriter – Documentary
United Kingdom
by Murray Cummings
World premiere

Competition films:

3 Tage in Quiberon (3 Days in Quiberon) by Emily Atef (Germany / Austria / France)
7 Days in Entebbe by José Padilha (USA / United Kingdom) – Out of competition
Ága by Milko Lazarov (Bulgaria / Germany / France) – Out of competition
Ang Panahon ng Halimaw (Season of the Devil) by Lav Diaz (Philippines)
Black 47 by Lance Daly (Ireland / Luxembourg) – Out of competition
Damsel by David Zellner and Nathan Zellner (USA)
Don't Worry, He Won't Get Far on Foot by Gus Van Sant (USA)
Dovlatov by Alexey German Jr. (Russian Federation / Poland / Serbia)
Eldorado by Markus Imhoof (Switzerland / Germany) – Documentary, out of competition
Eva by Benoit Jacquot (France / Belgium)
Figlia mia (Daughter of Mine) by Laura Bispuri (Italy / Germany / Switzerland)
Las herederas (The Heiresses) by Marcelo Martinessi (Paraguay / Uruguay / Germany / Brazil / Norway / France) - First Feature
In den Gängen (In the Aisles) by Thomas Stuber (Germany)
Isle of Dogs by Wes Anderson (United Kingdom / Germany) – Animation
Khook (Pig) by Mani Haghighi (Iran)
Mein Bruder heißt Robert und ist ein Idiot (My Brother’s Name is Robert and He is an Idiot) by Philip Gröning (Germany / France / Switzerland)
Museo (Museum) by Alonso Ruizpalacios (Mexico)
La pričre (The Prayer) by Cédric Kahn (France)
Toppen av ingenting (The Real Estate) by Mĺns Mĺnsson and Axel Petersén (Sweden / United Kingdom)
Touch Me Not by Adina Pintilie (Romania / Germany / Czech Republic / Bulgaria / France) - First Feature
Transit by Christian Petzold (Germany / France)
Twarz (Mug) by Małgorzata Szumowska (Poland)
Unsane by Steven Soderbergh (USA) – Out of competition
Utřya 22. juli (U - July 22) by Erik Poppe (Norway)

Berlinale Special films:

AMERICA Land of the FreeKS by Ulli Lommel (Germany / USA) – Documentary Form
The Bookshop by Isabel Coixet (Spain / United Kingdom / Germany)
Gurrumul by Paul Williams (Australia) – Documentary, debut film
The Happy Prince by Rupert Everett (Germany / Belgium / Italy)
The Interpreter by Martin Šulík (Slovak Republic / Czech Republic / Austria)
Monster Hunt 2 by Raman Hui (People’s Republic of China / Hong Kong, China)
RYŪICHI SAKAMOTO: async AT THE PARK AVENUE ARMORY by Stephen Nomura Schible (USA / Japan) – Documentary
Das schweigende Klassenzimmer (The Silent Revolution) by Lars Kraume (Germany)
Songwriter by Murray Cummings (United Kingdom) - Documentary
Unga Astrid (Becoming Astrid) by Pernille Fischer Christensen (Sweden / Germany / Denmark)
Usedom – Der freie Blick aufs Meer by Heinz Brinkmann (Germany) – Documentary
Viaje a los Pueblos Fumigados (A Journey to the Fumigated Towns) by Fernando Solanas (Argentina) - Documentary

Berlinale Special - Berlinale Series:

Bad Banks - Director: Christian Schwochow - Head writer: Oliver Kienle, based on a concept by Lisa Blumenberg (Germany / Luxembourg)
Heimebane (Home Ground) - Creator: Johan Fasting - Director: Arild Andresen (Norway)
Liberty - Creator: Asger Leth - Director: Mikael Marcimain (Denmark)
The Looming Tower - Creators: Dan Futterman, Alex Gibney, Lawrence Wright - Director: Alex Gibney - Written by Dan Futterman, based on the book by Lawrence Wright (USA)
Picnic at Hanging Rock - Director: Larysa Kondracki (episodes 1-3) - Written by Beatrix Christian, Alice Addison (Australia)
Sleeping Bears - Creator and director: Keren Margalit (Israel)
The Terror - Showrunners: David Kajganich and Soo Hugh - Director: Edward Berger (episodes 1-3), (USA)

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PostPosted: Thu Feb 08, 2018 6:15 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Yeah ! "Monster Hunt 2" European Premiere in Berlin ! Very Happy
Keep my fingers crossed for all travelling fellow fans,
to getting tickets to watch Tony on the big screen thumbleft GOOD LUCK !

Btw: THANK YOU, Sandy .... for posting those interesting and important dates flower
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 08, 2018 8:53 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Safran wrote:
Yeah ! "Monster Hunt 2" European Premiere in Berlin ! Very Happy
Keep my fingers crossed for all travelling fellow fans,


FAN-S ?
Are you telling me there are more of our friends here going to Berlin?
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 09, 2018 12:10 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

No, I do not know, Heike Rolling Eyes
"Just in case" other lucky fans apart from you will travel Wink thumbleft
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PostPosted: Sat Feb 10, 2018 1:56 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Would be nice if another would have the chance to go too.
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PostPosted: Sun Mar 04, 2018 2:10 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

http://deadline.com/2018/02/berlin-film-festival-2018-winners-announced-full-list-1202302218/

For the second year in a row, a female filmmaker has scooped the Golden Bear at the Berlin Film Festival. After Ildiko Enyedi’s On Body And Soul won the prize last year — and is currently in the running for a Best Foreign Language Film Oscar — Romanian filmmaker Adina Pintilie, scored with her first feature tonight. Her Touch Me Not is an exploration of the boundaries of intimacy that blends the borders between reality and fiction (and has a lot of nudity). She said tonight that the film proposes an opening to dialogue, and is a moment to celebrate.

Golden Bear for Best Film
Touch Me Not, dir: Adina Pintilie

Silver Bear Grand Jury Prize
Twarz, dir: Malgorzata Szumowska

Silver Bear Alfred Bauer Prize
The Heiresses, dir: Marcelo Martinessi

Silver Bear for Best Director
Wes Anderson, Isle Of Dogs

Silver Bear for Best Actress
Ana Brun, The Heiresses

Silver Bear for Best Actor
Anthony Bajon, La Pričre

Silver Bear Best Screenplay
Manuel Alcalá and Alonso Ruizpalacios, Museo

Silver Bear for Outstanding Artistic Contribution
Elena Okopnaya
Costume and Production Design, Dovlatov

Glashutte Original Documentary
Waldheims Walzer, dir: Ruth Beckmann

Glashutte Original Documentary, Special Mention
Ex Pajé, dir: Luiz Bolognesi

Best First Feature
Touch Me Not, dir: Adina Pintile

Best First Feature, Special Mention
An Elephant Standing Still, dir: Bo Hu

Golden Bear Best Short Film
The Men Behind The Wall, dir: Ines Moldavsky

Silver Bear Jury Prize Short Film
Imfura, dir: Samuel Ishimwe

Audi Short Film Award
Solar Walk, dir: Reka Bucsi Laughing
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PostPosted: Sun Mar 04, 2018 2:13 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

FEB 26, 2018:
https://www.berlinale.de/en/presse/pressemitteilungen/alle/Alle-Detail_44885.html

A SUCCESSFUL FESTIVAL FOR AUDIENCES AND THE INDUSTRY

The 68th Berlin International Film Festival culminated festively with the Award Ceremony on February 24, 2018. For the Berlinale Publikumstag, a day of screenings for the public, a large number of films from the different sections were shown again at Berlinale venues on February 25, 2018.

The interest of both trade professionals and the public in the programme of the 68th Berlinale was very impressive: over 21,000 accredited visitors from more than 130 countries attended the Festival, and approximately 330,000 Berlinale tickets were sold.

Over the eleven days of the Berlinale, the various sections of the Festival made it possible for viewers to make many cinematic discoveries. One of the highlights of the Festival was the award ceremony for the Honorary Golden Bear for actor Willem Dafoe in the Berlinale Palast. Enthusiastically received as well were the Berlinale Series, presented this year for the first time with the EFM’s “Drama Series Days” in the Zoo Palast.

The European Film Market set a new record with over 10,000 visitors from 112 countries. On the nine days it was open, the market reconfirmed its position as one of the world’s most important marketing hubs for audiovisual content. The number of buyers (1,838), exhibitors (546), films (800), and screenings (1,112) also increased. Moreover, by strategically expanding the range of its services, the market further enhanced its position as a platform for innovation and change. Its many different initiatives were in great demand - at the same time they were perceived as what gives the EFM its unique profile.

With 1,300 individually scheduled meetings, the Berlinale Co-Production Market once again supported promising film projects in the making. It was also delighted that three films pitched at the Co-Production Market in previous years premiered in the Competition this year.

World Cinema Fund Day 2018 was not only about the future, but also the concept of innovation. Of major importance was the significance and impact of cooperations between German and European producers on the one hand, and producers and directors in the funding regions on the other, as well as the future role of the WCF within the landscape of German and European funding. Five WCF-funded films were screened in this year’s Festival programme.

Openness, collaboration, and dialogue on equal terms: at Berlinale Talents great film personalities from the Berlinale programme and the juries – such as Gus Van Sant, Josephine Decker, Christian Petzold, Nancy Schreiber, Agnčs Godard, Tom Tykwer, Mónica Lairana, and Lav Diaz - met to exchange ideas about film with 250 talents and thousands of Berliners. Especially these talents, who came from 80 countries, were thrilled to be able to find new impulses across borders for their work and so become part of the vast Berlinale Talents network.

The 69th Berlin International Film Festival will be held from February 7 to 17, 2019.

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PostPosted: Wed Mar 21, 2018 5:47 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Winners of the 2018 Berlin International Film Festival

http://variety.com/2018/film/news/berlin-awards-complete-list-1202709796/

Golden Bear for Best Film: “Touch Me Not,” Adina Pintilie

Silver Bear Grand Jury Prize: “Twarz” (“Mug”), Małgorzata Szumowska

Silver Bear Alfred Bauer Prize: “The Heiresses,” Marcelo Martinessi

Silver Bear for Best Director: Wes Anderson, “Isle of Dogs”

Silver Bear for Best Actress: Ana Brun, “The Heiresses”

Silver Bear for Best Actor: Anthony Bajon, “The Prayer”

Silver Bear for Best Screenplay: Manuel Alcalá and Alonso Ruizpalacios, “Museum”

Silver Bear for Outstanding Artistic Contribution, Costume or Set Design: Elena Okopnaya, “Dovlatov”

Audi Short Film Award: “Solar Walk,” Réka Bucsi

Silver Bear for Short Film Jury Prize: “Imfura,” Samuel Ishimwe

Golden Bear for Best Short Film: “The Men Behind the Wall,” Ines Moldavsky

Best First Feature: “Touch Me Not,” Adina Pintilie

Berlinale Glashütte Original – Documentary Prize: “The Waldheim Waltz,” Ruth Beckermann
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