One month after Sundance, some of its buzziest movies are unsold. The problem may be that they were expected to sell in the first place.
With over 200 movies premiering at the festival this week, the year in cinema is about to get a lot more complicated. Here's a good place to start.
Field told IndieWire at the New York Film Critics awards that we'll "see a few faces" from "TÁR" in the short film set to premiere at the 2023 Berlinale.
See the full list of winners out of this year's Berlinale, which also saw two prizes for the comedy "Rabiye Kurnaz vs. George W. Bush."
The acclaimed filmmaker suggested a feeder be "placed under the screens" in movie theaters during revival screenings of "Le livre d'image" starting February 10.
A jack-of-all-trades of LGBTQ cinema, the filmmaker and historian gets her due with a special Teddy Award.
Hong Sang-soo takes home the Silver Bear for Best Screenplay with "Introduction."
Berlin: Tina Turner has told her story more times than she ever wanted. She hopes this rousing documentary is the final word.
Berlinale is delaying its annual event from February to March in the wake of the pandemic.
The physical edition of Berlinale had been set to take place February 11-21, while the European Film Market had been planning to go virtual and in-person.
Confirmation of Alfred Bauer's Nazi past comes after the Berlinale suspended the Alfred Bauer Silver Bear in February.
Festival organizers have announced the 2021 festival is being planned as a physical event and not a virtual one.
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