Lindsay Bellinger

Born in South Korea and raised in Upstate New York, Lindsay recently moved to Berlin after living in Seoul for three years. There, she worked with Seoul Shakespeare Company, volunteered with KIXFF, taught Korean students how to appreciate the English language and attended as many film festivals as possible. She enjoys talking to strangers, writing about films and food, mastering the art of second-hand shopping and working with the non-profit GSBTB Open Art Shelter.

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    Mudbound

    The raw and muddy nature of the world that Dee Rees and her cinematographer Rachel Morriso...

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    Remember Baghdad

    “Jews, Muslims, Christians – we were all Iraqis – it was paradise…” s...

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    Félicité

    Alain Gomis is a Franco-Senegalese filmmaker whose feature Félicité follows Kinshasa...

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    L’École buissonnière (The School of Life)

    Wildlife and the pristine forests of...

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    The Merciless

    It is a bit of a surprise that the action thriller The Merciless, which opened in ...

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    Base

    It is a bit of a letdown if one goes into watching Base without knowing about Alexander Polli b...

  • Film festivals
    Tides

    Up-and-coming writer/director/editor Tupaq Felber premiered his fe...

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    Bitch

    Bitch is a dark comedy from the mind of Scottish writer/director/actor Marianna Palka, and it ...

  • Film festivals
    Karera Ga Honki De Amu Toki Wa (Close-Knit)

    The premiere of N...

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    One Thousand Ropes

    Redemption. How much good must one person do to b...