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Berlinale 2018

‘Mug’ (‘Twarz’): Film Review | Filmart 2018

A young man's face transplant brings out the worst of a Polish small town in art house director Malgorzata Szumowska's tragicomedy 'Mug' ('Twarz').

Berlin: Uncork’d Nabs Mashup ‘Jurassic Games’ for U.S. (Exclusive)

The film — in which death row convicts are pitted against each other and dinosaurs — is due for release this summer.

Berlin: TriCoast Unveils Label Rock Salt Releasing

The new auteur-driven sales and distribution banner is kicking off with sales of Kazuhiro Soda's Berlin official selection 'Inland Sea.'

‘U-July 22’ (‘Utoya 22. Juli’): Film Review | Berlin 2018

One of Norway's most esteemed directors, Erik Poppe, tackles the 2011 terrorist attack on Utoya Island from the point of view of the victims in this harrowing Berlin competition title.

Hollywood Flashback: Isabelle Huppert Was a Scene-Stealer in ‘8 Women’ in 2002

The veteran actress played the singing, dancing spinster aunt who has a secret motive for murder.

Berlin: ‘Game of Thrones’ Producer to Head Intaglio Films (Exclusive)

The joint venture between 'Babylon Berlin' producers Beta Film and Germany's ZDF Enterprises will develop, finance and produce English-language drama for the international market.

Berlin According to Producer Yoko Higuchi-Zitzmann

The executive producer at Letterbox Filmproduktion shares her take on the fest.

Fyzz Facility’s Wayne Marc Godfrey, Robert Jones on Wide-Release Aspirations

The co-heads of the London-based company also discuss striking gold with a low-budget shark movie and their push into TV.

Emily Atef on ‘3 Days in Quiberon’ and Its “Woman in Crisis”

The Berlin native discusses why she chose to examine the troubled life of screen legend Romy Schneider in her competition entry.

Berlin: Download THR’s Day 5 Daily

The fest's final daily issue includes a look at why dealmakers in Berlin are leaving happy, five ways the festival can improve and Anne Hathaway's latest project.

Dealmakers Rejoice as Berlin Business Bounces Back

As the European Film Market winds down, international buyers are encouraged by the return of bigger, more commercial projects: "People are in a buying mood again."

Berlin: 5 Ways to Fix the Fest

With festival director Dieter Kosslick's contract ending in May 2019 and rising criticism of the event's programming, THR looks at how the German fest can get its mojo back.