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Berlinale 2018

‘The Ground Beneath My Feet’ (‘Der boden unter den fuessen’): Film Review | Berlin 2019

Austrian director Marie Kreutzer's Berlin competition title 'The Ground Beneath My Feet' looks at the incompatible professional and private lives of a female restructuring expert in Germany.

Alicia Vikander-Narrated Climate Change Doc ‘Anthropocene’ Nabbed by Kino Lorber

Kino Lorber has nabbed U.S. rights to the Canadian documentary 'Anthropocene: The Human Epoch,' narrated by Alicia Vikander.

SF Studios Buys Norway’s Paradox, Producer of ‘The King’s Choice,’ ‘U-July 22’

SF Studios has acquired Erik Poppe's Norwegian production company Paradox, the production firm behind such critically acclaimed films as 'The King's Choice' and terror drama 'U-July 22.'

Berlin: Market Sets New Attendance Record, Audience Tops 330,000

The Berlin International Film Festival wrapped up Sunday, Feb. 25.

Berlin: Strong Sales for Harrowing ‘U-July 22’

TrustNordisk closes deals across Europe and Asia for Erik Poppe's real-time take on the 2011 massacre in Utoya, Norway.

Provocative ‘Touch Me Not’ Wins Berlin Golden Bear

Wes Anderson wins best director honors for 'Isle of Dogs.'

Berlin: Netflix Takes Berlin Silver Bear Winner ‘Dovlatov’

Netflix picked up Alexey German Jr.'s drama, about six days in the life of a struggling Russian writer, for all English-speaking territories worldwide.

Berlin Festival: Complete Winners List

Wes Anderson won best director honors for 'Isle of Dogs.'

Berlin: ‘In the Aisles’ Wins Top Honors From German Film Guild, Ecumenical Jury

Thomas Stuber's low-key romance, between two forklift operators in an eastern German supermarket, stars Sandra Huller and Franz Rogowski.

Berlin: ‘Profile’ Wins Panorama Audience Award

Timur Bekmambetov's thriller about a journalist who goes undercover as a radicalized Muslim convert unfolds entirely on the computer screen.

Berlin: ‘Hard Paint’ Wins Teddy Award for Best LGBTQ Feature

A socially withdrawn young man escapes into a virtual world as a gay chatroom performer in this intimate character study from Brazilian writer-director duo Filipe Matzembacher and Marcio Reolon.

Berlin: Refugee Drama ‘Styx’ Wins European Cinema Label Prize

A German doctor is faced with a moral crisis when she encounters a leaky trawler filled with refugees while on a solo yachting trip.