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Romanian sex docudrama Touch Me Not won the top Golden Bear prize at the conclusion of the 2018 Berlin Film Festival that began on Feb. 15.
“Based around an English woman’s attempt to overcome her intimacy issues, and ranging across everything from disability to sex clubs, Touch Me Not blends fiction and documentary and is Adina Pintilie’s first feature film.”
Gianfranco Rosi‘s refugee documentary Fire at Sea (Fuocoammare) won the Golden Bear for best film at the Berlin International Film Festival on Saturday, beating out several other politically-charged dramas.
The documentary about the refugee crisis in the Mediterranean off the Italian island of Lampedusa,
The Coen Brothers’ latest film, Hail, Caesar! will kick off the 66th edition of the Berlin International Film Festival on February 11th, following in the footsteps of the filmmakers’ 2011 western True Grit.
The auteur-driven film would screen out of competition for the event’s Golden Bear top prize, which will be awarded by a jury led by Meryl Streep on February 20th.
The first official trailer for Jafar Panahi‘s Tehran selfie Taxi has debuted, thanks to TIFF where the film will be playing.
The film won Berlin’s prestigious Golden Bear earlier this year and Kino Lorber is planning to release it in select U.S. theaters starting October 2nd.
The U.S. trailer for a German drama Victoria has just dropped. Shot in a single, unedited take, the film directed by Sebastian Schipper premiered at the Berlin Film Festival, where it won a Silver Bear for Outstanding Artistic Contribution for cinematographer Sturla Brandth Grovlen.
Andrew Haigh‘s new drama 45 Years premiered at February’s Berlin Film Festival. Charlotte Rampling and Tom Courtenay both picked up Best Actress and Best Actor prizes for their acting talents.
The veteran British thesps play married couple who are celebrating 45 years of marriage when the body of her husband’s past girlfriend has been found.
The first international trailer for Queen of the Desert with Nicole Kidman and Robert Pattinson provides our first real look at the Werner Herzog‘s latest film.
The new historical flick premiered in competition at the 2015 Berlin International Film Festival in February.