Beuys, an in-depth look into the profound psyche of German performance artist and 1960’s era philosophe, Joseph Beuys, is one for the ages.
The public has cast its votes: the 19th Panorama Audience Awards go to Insyriated by Philipp Van Leeuw for best fiction film and I Am Not Your Negro by Raoul Peck for best documentary.
Călin Peter Netzer returns to the Berlinale Competition with Ana, mon amour, starring Diana Cavallioti, as Ana, and Mircea Postelnicu as Toma.
Liu Jian mortgages the house to make films! Utilizing a warm color palette and an exceptional musical score mixing classical American jazz with traditional Chinese sounds, Liu Jian takes the viewer on a colorful journey through a southern Chinese city in the darkly comedic, animation feature film, Have a Nice Day.
Kim Minhee returns to the big screen as Younghee, an actor out-of-work, in Hong Sangsoo’s On the Beach at Night Alone (Bamui haebyun-eoseo honja).
Wanda Films and Marcelo Gomes bring forth Joaquim, a loosely based account of Brazilian henchman turned revolutionary, Joaquim de Silva Xavier at Berlin. Seemingly, Joaquim is a dichotomy between historical realism for mise-en-scene and a North American hit job.
Director Volker Schlöndorff debuts Return to Montauk, at the 67th Berlin Film Festival in Competition. Volker having previously adapted “Homo Faber” draws again from the world of Max Frisch.
HELPING FILMS GET MADE – THREE PRIZES AND 1,200 MEETINGS AT THE BERLINALE CO-PRODUCTION MARKET
Sally Potter and her new dark comedy, The Party, found a receptive audience at the Berlin International Film Festival yesterday with a near-capacity crowd at the Berlinale Palast Theater. Filmgoers were abuzz after the screening.
More than 250,000 tickets have been sold halfway through the 67th Berlin International Film Festival .