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Berlinale Journeys to Latin America With 2015’s NATIVe Indigenous Cinema Program

Berlinale Journeys to Latin America With 2015’s NATIVe Indigenous Cinema Program

The Berlinale special series on Indigenous cinema is continuing its journey with Latin America the focus of this year’s film programme, featuring 18 fictional and documentary films made between 1986 and 2014. The series will open with the stunning documentary Eco de la Montaña (Echo of the Mountain, 2014) by Mexican director and cinematographer Nicholás

Rebooted KINO! Brings German Filmmaking Talent to New York City

Building on 35 years at the Museum of Modern Art, KINO! reboots at new locations –bringing the latest of German cinema to New York audiences.  Programmed by an independent jury, KINO! presents ten films, four of which are North American premieres. Selected by New York industry professionals Denise Kassell, Ian Stimler and Karl Rozemeyer and

Interview: Jos Stelling (Director/Co Writer – ‘The Girl and Death’)

In Russia of the post-WWII era, aging doctor Nicolai (Sergey Makovetsky) returns to an old, abandoned hotel outside of Liepzig, Germany, the place where he first met his great love 50 years ago, and relives his romantic tragedy. The hotel still bears the traces of its impressive past. As a young medical student travelling from

2014 Tribeca Film Festival Filmmaker Profile: Tonislav Hristov (Director/Co-Writer – ‘Love & Engineering’)

Is there an algorithm for love? Atanas, a Bulgarian engineer living in Finland, thinks he has an answer—he’s found a wife for himself, after all—and he wants to share his findings with some of his geeky bachelor friends. Together they carry out a series of experiments to crack the code and develop a new, scientific