Jeremy S. Levine and Landon Van Soest successfully capture the trajectory of young African-Americans in the North St. Louis, Missouri in For Ahkeem.
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).
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.
Writer/Director Aki Kaurismaki served up a tasty whopper yesterday at the Berlin Film Festival with The Other Side of Hope.
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.
The first edition of Asian Brilliant Stars launched on February 12th in Berlin with three influential Chinese Talents receiving recognition for their recent works.
Agnieszka Holland screened her film, Spoor (Pokor). Spoor is a film that catches the eye and attacks the viewer's sensibilities of right and wrong.