Berlin Film Festival 2015

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  • Zurich

    Dutch filmmaker Sacha Polak’s second feature film is a dark tale about lost love, grief,...

  • Love, Theft, and Other Entanglements

    Over the past few years, cinema from the Middle East has been ostentatiously self-aware. The...

  • Eisenstein in Guanajuato

    The central themes of Eros and Thanatos in Peter Greenaway’s new biopic of Russian master...

  • Iraqi Odyssey

    War, destroyed cities, patriarchy: these are things that come to mind when thinking about Iraq. Rarely...

  • 13 Minutes

    The Berlin Film Festival really couldn’t have got off to a better start for Oliver...

  • Ned Rifle

    Completing his obscure trilogy (Henry Fool, Faye Grim) that never quite got the mainstream’s attention,...

  • You’re Ugly Too

    Mark Noonan’s debut You’re Ugly Too is a bittersweet drama reflecting on some dark subjects....

  • Pioneer Heroes

    Nizhny Novgorod, 1987: a class of schoolchildren are practising a rendition of the Soviet heroes’...

  • Sworn Virgin

    Body identity and gender politics are some of the most analysed themes in modern cinema. It’s...

  • Daniel’s World

    The word paedophile is associated with one of the most taboo subjects. When we hear...