berlin film festival

'Django' opens the Berlin Film Festival.
What happens when traditional beliefs and modern life come into conflict? In 'The Wound', director Jon Trengrove explores this dynamic in a traditional Xhosa initiation ceremony.
Ronald Pickup is a stalwart of British cinema, here in the forthcoming 'The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel I come across
"Too many films......not enough time," is a sentiment I heard a few times at this year's Berlin Film Festival. The Berlinale present approximately 200 films. Combine that with the European Film Market's in excess of 200 films and add in the 200 or so from the previous month's Sundance and Rotterdam and well, you have a lot of films to work your way through and only so much time.
Erm... where do you start with this one? Shia LaBeouf stormed out of a press conference promoting his new film, 'Nymphomaniac
At 09:00 Tuesday 12 February the international press sit down in the Berlinale Palast to view Closed Curtain, the Iranian director Jafar Panahi's eagerly anticipated Competition entry in the 63rd Berlin Film Festival.
Angelina Jolie avoided the Baftas on Sunday night leaving Brad Pitt to make a solo red carpet appearance (did we mention
As seen at the world premeiere of Marley at the Berlin Film Festival last night, Bob Marley has found a champion in the innovative filmmaker Macdonald - who says that he hopes he has made the "definitive documentary" - to chart his extraordinary and thrilling life.
Angelina Jolie's directorial debut, In the Land of Blood and Honey, gets its European premiere at the Berlin Film Festival this weekend. Her film gives viewers an insight into what life was like in Bosnia during the 1990s war. But 20 years on, have things changed?
A costume drama set during the French revolution and starring Diane Kruger as Marie Antoinette has kicked off the annual