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The 2017 IndieWire Berlinale Bible: Every Review, Interview and News Item Posted During the Festival

The festival runs from February 9 – 19 in Berlin, Germany.


Lineup and Pre-Festival Announcements and News

Paul Verhoeven to Serve as Berlin Film Festival Jury President

Berlinale 2017 Will Premiere ‘Logan,’ ‘Trainspotting: T2,’ and Hong Sangsoo’s Latest

Berlin Film Festival Adds ‘Golden Exits’ and ‘Menashe’ to 2017 Line-Up

Pre-Festival Analysis

Berlinale 2017: 8 Must-See Films At This Year’s Festival

Shia LaBeouf, Rooney Mara and More: 10 Hot Projects at Berlin’s European Film Market

Berlin Film Festival Adds ‘Golden Exits’ and ‘Menashe’ to 2017 Line-Up


‘Django’ Review: Etienne Comar’s Django Reinhardt Biopic Dazzles Despite Striking a Few Flat Notes — Berlinale 2017

‘Barrage’ Review: Isabelle Huppert Acts Against Her Daughter In Laura Schroeder’s Movingly Delicate Family Drama — Berlinale 2017

‘The Dinner’ Review: Steve Coogan and Richard Gere Are Enraged Siblings in Oren Moverman’s Intense Family Drama — Berlinale 2017

‘Final Portrait’ Review: Armie Hammer and Geoffrey Rush Star in Stanley Tucci’s Engaging Biopic — Berlinale 2017

‘EMO the Musical’ Review: An Emo Kid Falls for A Christian Rocker In This Sweet Teen Musical — Berlinale 2017

‘Spoor’ Review: A Genre-Bending Revenge Thriller From Agnieszka Holland — Berlinale 2017

‘The Young Karl Marx’ Review: Raoul Peck’s Communist Biopic Is a Bit Too Bourgeois — Berlinale 2017

‘For Ahkeem’ Review: This Vérité Doc About a St. Louis Teen Offers Compellingly Humane Proof of the Fact That Black Lives Matter — Berlinale 2017

‘The Party’ Review: Sally Potter’s Farce Is Undercooked — Berlinale 2017

‘The Misandrists’ Review: Bruce LaBruce’s Lesbian Separatist Cult Charms With Sex and Satire — Berlinale 2017

‘Viceroy’s House’ Review: India’s History With the British Gets a Bland Makeover — Berlinale 2017

‘The Other Side Of Hope’ Review: Aki Kaurismäki Returns With Another Deadpan Delight — Berlinale 2017

‘Freak Show’ Review: Trudie Styler’s Directorial Debut Isn’t Nearly As Fabulous As Its Trans-Visionary Hero — Berlinale 2017

‘Return to Montauk’ Review: Nina Hoss Excels Opposite Stellan Skarsgård In Volker Schlöndorff’s Chatty Romance — Berlinale 2017Hong Sang-soo Addresses His Marriage Scandal With a Movie in ‘On the Beach at Night Alone’ — Berlinale 2017

‘The Midwife’ Review: Catherine Deneuve Gives Her Best Role in Years in Minor-Key Crowdpleaser — Berlinale 2017


Features and Analysis


‘T2: Trainspotting’: Danny Boyle and His Reunited Cast Bring Film to Berlin for Live Press Conference — Watch

Watch: Oren Moverman and His ‘The Dinner’ Cast Hit Berlinale for Live Press Conference

Watch: Paul Verhoeven, Diego Luna, Maggie Gyllenhaal and Members of Berlinale Jury Open Festival With Live Press Conference

Watch: Stanley Tucci, Armie Hammer, Geoffrey Rush and More Attend ‘Final Portrait’ Live Berlinale Press Conference

Watch: Luca Guadagnino, Armie Hammer and More Discuss ‘Call Me By Your Name’ at Live Berlinale Press Conference

Watch: Sally Potter Brings Star-Studded Cast of ‘The Party’ to Live Berlinale Press Conference

Watch: ‘The Lost City of Z’ Filmmaker James Gray and Cast Hit Berlinale for Live Press Conference

Watch: Aki Kaurismäki Brings His ‘The Other Side of Hope’ to Live Berlinale Press Conference

Clips, Trailers, Posters and More

‘Django’ Exclusive Clip: Berlinale 2017 Opening Night Film Follows The French Jazz Guitarist’s Escape From Nazis

‘The Dinner’ Trailer: Richard Gere and Steve Coogan Face Off In Oren Moverman’s New Psychological Thriller

‘Félicité’ Exclusive Trailer: A Congolese Bar Singer Races Against The Clock To Save Her Teenage Son

‘Ghost Hunting’ Exclusive Clip: Berlinale Documentary Explores Pain of Political Prisoners By Recreating Their Experiences

‘Discreet’ Exclusive Poster: An Eccentric Drifter Returns Home To Exact Revenge Against His Childhood Abuser

‘For Ahkeem’ Exclusive Trailer and Poster: A Young Woman Struggles in Inner City Drama Premiering at Berlin

‘The Lost City of Z’: Charlie Hunnam Plans a Dangerous Journey in First Clip from James Gray’s Latest


Sony Pictures Classics Acquires ‘A Fantastic Woman’ — Berlin 2017

‘The Death of Stalin’: IFC Films Acquires Armando Iannucci’s Upcoming Drama

The festival runs from February 9 – 19 in Berlin, Germany.

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