FC at Berlinale


  • Feb
    17

    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

  • Feb
    14

    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

  • Feb
    13

    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

  • Feb
    12

    Alain Resnais the 91-year-old French master has always introduced unconventional narrative structures in his films starting from Hiroshima Mon Amour. His new film Life of

  • Feb
    11
    By Narayan Srinivasan Berlin

    Some films are like power point presentations that tell it all and some are like sutras that demand utmost concentration to get the general drift of the script. Some

  • Feb
    10

    Friend or foe? The most difficult question when armed forces are deployed to deal with insurgency situations in urban areas, when civil disobedience is marred by armed violence.

  • Feb
    09

    The enfant terrible of world cinema, Lars Von Trier, mischievously brandished his T-shirt emblazoned with the Cannes Film Festival logo with the legend: ‘Persona Nongrata, Official Selection,’ at the photo

  • Feb
    07

    It was a cloudy day in Berlin with a mild drizzle in the morning. The German film Jack by Edward Berger warmed our spirits and raised our hopes