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‘Natural Light’: Film Review | Berlin 2021

Hungarian soldiers in World War II patrol the icy forests of Ukraine in Denes Nagy’s feature bow.

‘Drift Away’ (‘Albatros’): Film Review | Berlin 2021

French actor-director Xavier Beauvois' latest feature stars Jérémie Renier as a small-town gendarme whose career takes an unwanted turn.

‘Ted K’: Film Review | Berlin 2021

Sharlto Copley plays the Rocky Mountains wilderness recluse who became known to the world as the Unabomber in Tony Stone's unsettlingly intimate true crime thriller, 'Ted K.'

‘Fabian — Going to the Dogs’: Film Review | Berlin 2021

Tom Schilling, Albrecht Schuch and Saskia Rosendahl play young friends in Berlin between the wars in Dominik Graf’s dramatic coming-of-ager.

Berlin Exclusive Trailer: Vietnam’s ‘Taste’

The directorial debut from self-taught Vietnamese filmmaker Lê Bảo, which Wil Bbunch is selling worldwide, is described as a sensorial fever dream centering on a Nigerian man cohabitating with four…

‘Language Lessons’: Film Review | Berlin 2021

Platonic love between virtual strangers helps ease the pain of grief in 'Language Lessons,' the tender first feature from Natalie Morales, who also stars opposite co-writer Mark Duplass.

‘Memory Box’: Film Review | Berlin 2021

Lebanese filmmakers Joana Hadjithomas and Khalil Joreige explore the importance of personal and historical memory in a drama bouncing between Montreal and Beirut.

Berlin: Daniel Brühl on Playing a “Vain, Mean” Version of Himself in His Directorial Debut

The 'Captain America: Civil War' and 'Inglourious Basterds' star has a few laughs at his own expense in 'Next Door,' playing a cocky actor named Daniel who gets taken down a few pegs by a vengeful…

Berlin Film Festival Unveils Competition Lineup

The Berlin International Film Festival has unveiled the films that will compete in the 2021 Berlinale, which will take place online in March and in-person in the German capital in June.

Berlin Film Festival Unveils Panorama, Encounters Titles

The 71st Berlin International Film Festival has announced the films screening in its main Panorama sidebar, as well as the lineup for the 2021 Encounters and Perspektive Deutsches Kino sidebars.

Berlin Film Festival Sets Forum Lineup

The 71st Berlin International Film Festival has unveiled the titles that will screen in the 2021 Forum and Forum Extended sidebars.

Berlin Film Festival Unveils First Films

The 71st Berlinale unveils the lineup for its Generation and Retrospective sidebars.