Nagesh Kukunoor must be a happy man waiting impatiently for the announcement of the Crystal Bear awards in the Generation K Plus category. His film Dhanak had several
Films by two celebrated German masters Werner Herzog and Wim Wenders lit up the Berlinale Palast on Wednesday.
Herzog’s period film Queen of the Desert set in early
Latin American films go to the crux of the problem by making us involved with the characters. Who can forget the brilliance of Brazilian masterpiece City of Gods?
Great performances by veteran actors Tom Courtenay and Charlotte Rampling in Andrew Haigh’s poignant British drama 45 Years and by Ian McKellen in Mr Holmes by Bill Condon, an imaginary
Minister of state and federal government commissioner for culture and the media, Monika Grütters, the mayor of Berlin Michael Müller, jury president Darren Aronofsky and festival director Dieter Kosslick opened
So at the awards night Berlinale 2014 spoke Chinese. The Golden Bear for the Best Film went to the Chinese detective thriller Black Coal Thin Ice
American filmmaker Richard Linklater affectionately called St Richard of Austin returns to Berlin competition with his film Boyhood. Unlike his earlier trilogy — Before Sunrise Before
It is time the government of India watch and learn how the Chinese, Koreans and other countries promote their films and film industries. Last minute, hurriedly put together efforts
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