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‘Ballad of a White Cow’: Film Review | Berlin 2021

The widow of a man wrongfully executed for murder seeks justice in all the wrong places in Behtash Sanaeeha and Maryam Moghaddam’s Iranian drama.

‘Minamata’: Film Review | Berlin 2020

Johnny Depp stars as photojournalist W. Eugene Smith, whose moving pictures of the environmental tragedy in Minamata, Japan, marked a high point in his career in the film 'Minamata.'

‘The Intruder’ (‘El Profugo’): Film Review | Berlin 2020

Natalia Meta ('Death in Buenos Aires') directs Erica Rivas in a tongue-in-cheek psychological horror film from Argentina about a voice actress haunted by inner noises in 'The Intruder' ('El Profugo').

‘Swimming Out Till the Sea Turns Blue’ (‘Yi zhi you dao hai shui bian lan’): Film Review | Berlin 2020

Jia Zhangke completes his documentary trilogy about the arts in China with 'Swimming Out Till the Sea Turns Blue' ('Yi zhi you dao hai shui bian lan'), a look at contemporary writers and the times…

‘Who You Think I Am’ (‘Celle que vous croyez’): Film Review | Berlin 2019

Juliette Binoche stars in Safy Nebou's Facebook-themed French romantic drama 'Who You Think I Am.'

‘God Exists, Her Name Is Petrunya’: Film Review | Berlin 2019

Zorica Nusheva stars in Macedonian writer-director Teona Strugar Mitevska's drama 'God Exists, Her Name Is Petrunya,' which is contending for the Golden Bear.

‘A Dog Called Money’: Film Review | Berlin 2019

Director Seamus Murphy's unorthodox music documentary 'A Dog Called Money' chronicles his collaboration with PJ Harvey on her 2016 album 'The Hope Six Demolition Project.'

‘Monsters’ (‘Monstri’): Film Review | Berlin 2019

An anguished young couple face their psycho-sexual demons in Romanian director Marius Olteanu's Berlin world premiere 'Monsters.'

Berlin: Watch the Award Ceremony for the 66th Berlinale Live Stream

Watch the Berlin Film Festival Awards live on Saturday. beginning at 7 p.m. CET (1 p.m. ET/10 a.m. PT).

Berlin Connects Refugees With Locals for Market Training, Movie Screenings

The festival is living up to its reputation as the most socially conscious annual film event. Says one refugee: "Here is safety and you can live in peace."

Berlin According to…Publicist Maxine Leonard: Never Watch TV in Your Hotel Room

The president of Maxine Leonard Marketing & Publicity shares her take on the fest.

Berlin: Download THR’s Day 5 Daily

A last look at the European Film Market, exclusive casting news for a Paris attacks film and a chat with Raoul Peck about his new narrative.