Is Tim Sutton lightening up? The American writer-director’s recent films have marked him as a chronicler of his country’s slow-motion collapse, and the weird, psychotic, intensely masculine fraying that comes with it. 2018’s Donnybrock was a road trip through the Darwinian badlands of opioid countryside, in which a bare-knuckle prize fight offers Jamie Bell and … Read more Berlinale Review: Funny Face – the Arthouse Joker?
For all cinema lovers out there here is a tip for this week: the fourth edition of the Lakino Short Film Awards. Lakino is one of the most important Latin American film festivals held in Berlin, with a platform for the screening and funding of films from, and about, Latin America. For their fourth edition, … Read more Lakino Short Film Festival – Brazil in Fokus
With Berlin Fashion week now slowly (but surely) receding from our minds, the next annual winter institution is about to grip the city in the form of the Berlin International Film Festival, better known as the Berlinale. For the uninitiated, the Berlinale is a little bit like the German version of the Oscars and is … Read more Prepare the popcorn, the Berlinale is coming!
Attention aspiring filmmakers! Today, August 8th, starting at 8pm is Raindance Berlin‘s Filmmakers’ Feierabend at Urban Spree. It’s their last networking event series this summer, so don’t skip out on this one! At the event, you’ll be able to connect with members of Berlin’s independent film scene. Plus they will feature a special screening of an award-winning … Read more Filmmakers’ Feierabend! A Networking Event