A documentary on Ukraine directed by Sean Penn premieres at the Berlinale

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Sean Penn and President Zelensky on November 8, 2022 – STR / UKRAINIAN PRESIDENTIAL PRESS SERVICE / AFP American actor and director Sean Penn will premiere a documentary on the Russian invasion of Ukraine starring President Volodymyr Zelensky at the Berlin film festival next month, organizers said on Monday. The 73rd Berlinale, which will take … Read more

Berlinale 2023: Golden Bear of Honor to Steven Spielberg – Film Review

Berlinale 2023 Golden Bear of Honor to Steven Spielberg

The Color Purple © 1985 John Shannon / The Guber-Peters Company / Amblin Entertainment / Warner Bros. FranceAll rights reserved Will 2023 be the year of consecration for Steven Spielberg? Of course, the one who was rightly considered the king of Hollywood in the 1980s and ’90s no longer needs any sign of recognition whatsoever … Read more

Oscars, Berlinale, Césars… Epidemic of political correctness at film festivals

You have the locust invasion or the fires in California. But question devastation, the political correctness is not left out. He has just hit the Oscars head-on, the prestigious ceremony founded in 1929 supposed to crown the “best film of the year”. From 2024, it will be necessary to respect a new mode of representations … Read more

Berlinale: the festival unveils a female prize list and awards its Golden Bear to the film “Alcarràs” by Carla Simón

1645894917 Berlinale the festival unveils a female prize list and awards

The Berlinale made the voice of the countryside and that of women heard by crowning the Spanish film “Alcarràs” by director Carla Simón, in an almost exclusively female prize list. By winning the Golden Bear, the 35-year-old filmmaker becomes the third young director in a row to be crowned by a major festival, after the … Read more

Berlinale: a very feminine prize list

Berlinale a very feminine prize list

The women have achieved the grand slam this season at major international film festivals. After Julia Ducournau in Cannes with Titaniumwho won the Palme d’Or then Audrey Diwan whose The Event won the Golden Lion at the Venice Film Festival, it’s the turn of the Spaniard Carla Simon to be crowned for Alcarrasa touching portrait … Read more

Berlinale: Golden Bear at “Alcarràs” by Spaniard Carla Simón

Berlinale Golden Bear at Alcarras by Spaniard Carla Simon

The Berlinale made the voice of the countryside and that of women heard by crowning the Spanish film ‘Alcarràs’ by director Carla Simón. The prize list is almost exclusively female. By winning this prize, the 35-year-old filmmaker becomes the third young director in a row to be crowned by a major festival, after the French … Read more

Berlinale: the golden bear goes to the Catalan Carla Simón for “Alcarràs”

Berlinale the golden bear goes to the Catalan Carla Simon

Announced as one of the favorites in Berlin, the filmmaker won the supreme award with a film retracing the collapse of a family of farmers, forced to give up their farm in Spain. The very singular “Avec amour et acharnement” by Claire Denis wins the silver bear. It’s the end of a beautiful Berlinale, with … Read more

At the Berlinale, “Alcarras”, by the Spaniard Carla Simon, awarded the Golden Bear

1645056153 At the Berlinale Alcarras by the Spaniard Carla Simon awarded

Carla Simon receives the Golden Bear for best film at the Berlinale, in Berlin, on February 16, 2022. MONIKA SKOLIMOWSKA / AP The German festival, the Berlinale, awarded the Golden Bear to the film on Wednesday February 16 Alcarras by the Spanish filmmaker Carla Simon, a tender and profound portrait of a family of farmers … Read more

‘Alcarràs’, the film that won the Golden Bear, the highest prize at the Berlinale | Cinema | Entertainment

1645045850 Alcarras the film that won the Golden Bear the highest

Spanish director Carla Simón moved the Berlinale with Alcarràsan immersion in the threatened world of the small farmer, who shared the festival’s penultimate competition day with “Leonora Addio”, by Italian Paolo Taviani. “This film is like a family. Not only because I start from the memories of my own, but because all of us who … Read more

72nd Berlinale | A festival without buzz

1645015738 72nd Berlinale A festival without buzz

(Berlin) The winners of the 72and Berlinale will be unveiled this Wednesday, just six days after the festival opened. It is always improbable to make predictions at festivals, but as such a special edition is about to end, held in unprecedented conditions, the exercise, this time, is practically impossible to do. Posted at 7:00 a.m. … Read more