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Berlin Competition Entry ‘From Hilde, With Love’ Travels Across Europe, to Australia, New Zealand for Beta Cinema (EXCLUSIVE) - variety.com - Australia - France - New Zealand - Italy - Germany - Portugal - Czech Republic - Berlin - Hungary - city Babylon
variety.com
01.03.2024 / 11:41

Berlin Competition Entry ‘From Hilde, With Love’ Travels Across Europe, to Australia, New Zealand for Beta Cinema (EXCLUSIVE)

Leo Barraclough International Features Editor Following its world premiere in the competition section of the Berlin Film Festival, Beta Cinema has revealed first sales across Europe and to Australia and New Zealand for Andreas Dresen’s “From Hilde, With Love.” The drama about anti-Nazi activists in Berlin, which is led by “Babylon Berlin’s” Liv Lisa Fries and introduces Johannes Hegemann in his first big screen appearance, will be released in France by Haut et Court, in Italy by Teodora and throughout Scandinavia by Angel Films. Beta Cinema also closed deals for Benelux (September Film), Portugal (Outsider), former Yugoslavia (Discovery), Hungary (Cirko) and Czech Republic (Film Europe). Palace Film picked up the film for Australia and New Zealand.

CNN, BBC, CBS & Sky Journalists Sign Open Letter Demanding “Unfettered” Access To Gaza - deadline.com - Egypt - Israel - Palestine
deadline.com
28.02.2024 / 13:45

CNN, BBC, CBS & Sky Journalists Sign Open Letter Demanding “Unfettered” Access To Gaza

A group of top international journalists have joined forces to demand that Israel and Egypt provide foreign media with “unfettered access” to Gaza.

Could ‘Maxima’ Be the New ‘The Crown’? Creative Team Discusses ‘Shakespearean’ Dutch Royal Family Love Story - variety.com - Germany - Netherlands - Argentina - city Holland
variety.com
27.02.2024 / 12:02

Could ‘Maxima’ Be the New ‘The Crown’? Creative Team Discusses ‘Shakespearean’ Dutch Royal Family Love Story

Rafa Sales Ross Guest Contributor Germany’s Beta Film is introducing at the London TV Screenings the first episode of “Maxima,” a six-part drama about the love story between future Queen Maxima of the Netherlands and the then Dutch Crown Prince Willem-Alexander. The series is produced by Millstreet Films “The Neighbors”), with Videoland (RTL Netherlands) holding Dutch broadcasting rights.

Berlinale Competition Titles ‘Dying’ and ‘Architecton’ Score Multiple Deals With the Match Factory - variety.com - Spain - France - Italy - South Korea - Russia - Norway - Austria - Germany - Switzerland - county Aurora - Greece - Poland - Hungary - county Andrews - Taiwan - Romania
variety.com
26.02.2024 / 14:07

Berlinale Competition Titles ‘Dying’ and ‘Architecton’ Score Multiple Deals With the Match Factory

Leo Barraclough International Features Editor The Match Factory has revealed multiple distribution deals for two Berlinale competition titles: German director Matthias Glasner‘s “Dying,” which won the festival’s Silver Bear for best screenplay, and Russian director Victor Kossakovsky‘s documentary “Architecton.” “Dying,” which stars Lars Eidinger, Lilith Stangenberg and Corinna Harfouch, also picked up the Guild of German Arthouse Cinemas and the Berliner Morgenpost Readers’ Jury Award. Variety‘s review describes the film as “a profoundly affecting exploration of life and loss.” The Match Factory closed deals for the film in France (Bodega Film), Italy (Satine Film), Benelux (September Film Distribution), Norway (Selmer Media), Poland (Aurora), CIS (Provzglyad), Ex-Yugoslavia (MCF MegaCom Film), Hungary (Cirko Films), Greece (Cinobo), Romania (Freealize), Taiwan (Andrews Film) and South Korea (Pancinema).

In Berlinale Film ‘Paradises of Diane,’ a Woman Abandons Her Baby but Finds Herself: ‘We Don’t Want to Judge Her’ - variety.com - Spain - Berlin
variety.com
24.02.2024 / 21:29

In Berlinale Film ‘Paradises of Diane,’ a Woman Abandons Her Baby but Finds Herself: ‘We Don’t Want to Judge Her’

Leo Barraclough International Features Editor “Paradises of Diane,” which premiered in the Panorama section of the Berlin Film Festival, came out of an exploration of the “dark side of maternity” and the role of the mother in society, director Carmen Jaquier tells Variety. The film, which was directed with Jan Gassmann, starts with Diane abandoning her new-born baby at a maternity clinic in Zurich, and heading to the seedy Spanish seaside resort Benidorm, without telling anyone.

Mubi Buys Berlinale Highlight ‘Dahomey’ by Mati Diop for North America, U.K., Germany and More Territories (EXCLUSIVE) - variety.com - France - Italy - Senegal - Ireland - India - Austria - Germany - Switzerland - Turkey - Benin
variety.com
23.02.2024 / 12:32

Mubi Buys Berlinale Highlight ‘Dahomey’ by Mati Diop for North America, U.K., Germany and More Territories (EXCLUSIVE)

Dahomey,” a highlight of this year’s Berlinale competition and directed by Cannes prizewinner Mati Diop (“Atlantics”), for North America, Latin America, U.K., Ireland, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Italy, Turkey and India. The feature film is represented in international markets by Films du Losange, which negotiated the deal with Mubi. “Dahomey” marks the sophomore outing of Diop, a French-Senegalese talent who is considered one of the leading figures in international arthouse cinema and of a new wave in African and diasporic cinema.

Ray Yeung’s LGBT Bereavement Tale ‘All Shall Be Well’ Sells to Several Territories Following Berlinale Premiere (EXCLUSIVE) - variety.com - Spain - France - Switzerland - Berlin - Hong Kong - Israel - county Ray - city Hong Kong
variety.com
22.02.2024 / 17:55

Ray Yeung’s LGBT Bereavement Tale ‘All Shall Be Well’ Sells to Several Territories Following Berlinale Premiere (EXCLUSIVE)

Elsa Keslassy International Correspondent Hong Kong director Ray Yeung ‘s “All Shall Be Well” has sold in several key markets following its world premiere at the Berlin Film Festival. Represented in international markets by Films Boutique, “All Shall Be Well” is playing in the Panorama section at the Berlinale and is eligible for the Teddy Award.

Christoph Waltz, Sebastian Stan, Tom Wlaschiha Celebrate Berlinale Films at Studio Babelsberg Party - variety.com - Mexico - Berlin - city Babylon
variety.com
22.02.2024 / 11:44

Christoph Waltz, Sebastian Stan, Tom Wlaschiha Celebrate Berlinale Films at Studio Babelsberg Party

Leo Barraclough International Features Editor Sebastian Stan, whose “A Different Man” screens in the Berlin Film Festival, Christoph Waltz and Tom Wlaschiha, the “Faceless Man” in “Game of Thrones,” were among the guests at Studio Babelsberg Night, the historic Berlin film studios’ party at Soho House Berlin held to celebrate the 74th edition of the festival. The event was supported by Mexican tequila brand Don Julio, the Motion Picture Assn. and Little Moons.

Carey Mulligan, Adam Sandler, & Paul Dano Premiere 'Spaceman' at Berlinale Film Festival 2024 - www.justjared.com - Germany - city Sandler
justjared.com
22.02.2024 / 03:56

Carey Mulligan, Adam Sandler, & Paul Dano Premiere 'Spaceman' at Berlinale Film Festival 2024

Carey Mulligan and Adam Sandler are hitting the red carpet at the 2024 Berlinale International Film Festival.

‘Black Tea,’ Abderrahmane Sissako‘s African-Chinese Romance From Gaumont, Sells Wide Ahead of Berlinale Premiere (EXCLUSIVE) - variety.com - Spain - France - Brazil - China - Italy - Norway - Austria - Germany - Portugal - Denmark - Ivory Coast - Indonesia - Berlin - Hungary - Israel - Albania - Cape Verde - Taiwan - Lithuania - Latvia - Estonia
variety.com
21.02.2024 / 15:51

‘Black Tea,’ Abderrahmane Sissako‘s African-Chinese Romance From Gaumont, Sells Wide Ahead of Berlinale Premiere (EXCLUSIVE)

Elsa Keslassy International Correspondent “Black Tea,” Abderrahmane Sissako‘s lushly lensed romance drama set in China, has been bought by major distributors in key territories ahead of its world premiere in competition at the Berlin Film Festival. Gaumont, which co-produced the film, has sold it to Caramel (Spain), Academy two (Italy), Pandora Films (Germany, Austria), Cineart (Benelux), Films4you (Portugal), Provzglyad (CIS), Mozinet (Hungary), Another World Entertainment (Norway), Film Bazar (Denmark), MCF Megacom (Former Yugoslavia, Albania), Filmstop (Latvia, Estonia), MB Taip Toliau (Lithuania), Imovision (Brazil), AV Jet (Taiwan), Falcon (Indonesia), Pathé BC (Sub-Saharan Africa, Maghreb) and New Cinema (Israel).

How Locarno Winner Nele Wohlatz Explores Migrants’ Loss of a Sense of Belonging in Berlinale Film ‘Sleep With Your Eyes Open’ - variety.com - Brazil - China - Germany - Argentina - Berlin - Taiwan - city Taipei
variety.com
21.02.2024 / 14:39

How Locarno Winner Nele Wohlatz Explores Migrants’ Loss of a Sense of Belonging in Berlinale Film ‘Sleep With Your Eyes Open’

Leo Barraclough International Features Editor German filmmaker Nele Wohlatz‘s “Sleep With Your Eyes Open,” which had its world premiere on Saturday in the Encounters section of the Berlin Film Festival, tells a story about the search for a sense of belonging in a foreign country. It starts with Kai, a young Taiwanese woman with a broken heart, arriving at a Brazilian beach resort for a holiday. Here, her life crosses paths with a group of Chinese migrants living in a luxury tower block, and in particular a young woman called Xiaoxin, who accepts her fate, and Fu Ang, who is working in an umbrella store when we meet him but harbors ambitions to become wealthy.

Ian Wright puts forward ex-Manchester United wonderkid for wildcard England call-up - www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk - Brazil - Manchester - Germany - Belgium - Portugal - city Luton
manchestereveningnews.co.uk
19.02.2024 / 21:37

Ian Wright puts forward ex-Manchester United wonderkid for wildcard England call-up

Former Arsenal striker Ian Wright has explained why he believes former Manchester United academy star Angel Gomes is worthy of an England call-up.

‘The Devil’s Bath,’ Berlinale Competition Thriller From ‘Goodnight Mommy’ Duo, Sells to Key Markets for Playtime (EXCLUSIVE) - variety.com - Australia - Spain - New Zealand - Italy - Ireland - Ukraine - Russia - Austria - Japan - Berlin
variety.com
19.02.2024 / 11:19

‘The Devil’s Bath,’ Berlinale Competition Thriller From ‘Goodnight Mommy’ Duo, Sells to Key Markets for Playtime (EXCLUSIVE)

Elsa Keslassy International Correspondent Playtime has had a busy EFM, where it’s locked a raft of major deals on “The Devil’s Bath,” a period psychological thriller in competition at the Berlin Film Festival. “The Devil’s Bath” is directed by Veronika Franz and Severin Fiala, the Austrian filmmaking duo behind “Goodnight Mommy.” Set in rural Austria in 1750, “The Devil’s Bath” stars Anja Plaschg, the up-and-coming singer and composer known as Soap & Skin. Plaschg plays Agnes, a young married woman who feels oppressed in her husband’s world, which is devoid of emotions and limited to chores and expectations.

‘From Hilde, With Love,’ About Anti-Nazi Activists in World War II Berlin, Debuts Trailer Following Berlinale Premiere (EXCLUSIVE) - variety.com - Germany - Berlin - city Babylon
variety.com
19.02.2024 / 10:27

‘From Hilde, With Love,’ About Anti-Nazi Activists in World War II Berlin, Debuts Trailer Following Berlinale Premiere (EXCLUSIVE)

Leo Barraclough International Features Editor “From Hilde, With Love,” which world premiered Saturday in competition at the Berlinale, has debuted its trailer (below). The film, directed by Andreas Dresen, centers on a group of young anti-Nazi activists in Berlin during World War II. (Read Variety‘s review here.) The film, which is being sold by Beta Cinema and is produced by Claudia Steffen and Christoph Friedel for Pandora Film, stars “Babylon Berlin” breakout Liv Lisa Fries and Johannes Hegemann.

Berlinale Series Market Celebrates 10 Years of Originality, Drama and Humor for the Small Screen - variety.com - Germany - city Riga
variety.com
19.02.2024 / 06:11

Berlinale Series Market Celebrates 10 Years of Originality, Drama and Humor for the Small Screen

Marta Balaga As the Berlinale Series Market celebrates its 10th anniversary, series continue to stand “side by side” with films at the German fest, observes EFM director Dennis Ruh. “BSM continues to be a beacon for all aspects of serialized content, even in years where space feels tighter with less films and series, giving selected titles more exposure,” he says, mentioning a “vibrant influx” of international professionals eager to showcase their shows.

Greek Filmmaker Yorgos Zois, Director of Berlinale Encounters Premiere ‘Arcadia,’ Developing Mystery-Drama Series ‘Play’ (EXCLUSIVE) - variety.com - Greece - Berlin - city Athens
variety.com
18.02.2024 / 12:03

Greek Filmmaker Yorgos Zois, Director of Berlinale Encounters Premiere ‘Arcadia,’ Developing Mystery-Drama Series ‘Play’ (EXCLUSIVE)

Christopher Vourlias Greek filmmaker Yorgos Zois, who’s set to bow his sophomore feature, “Arcadia,” in the competitive Encounters strand of the Berlin Film Festival Feb. 18, is developing his first TV series. “Play” follows a lone cinephile who joins a mysterious group of strangers that reenact scenes from movies in real life.

How Novelist Christine Angot Came to Make a Film About Her Family’s Reaction to Revelation That Her Father Repeatedly Raped Her - variety.com - France - Berlin
variety.com
18.02.2024 / 07:45

How Novelist Christine Angot Came to Make a Film About Her Family’s Reaction to Revelation That Her Father Repeatedly Raped Her

Leo Barraclough International Features Editor In Christine Angot‘s documentary “A Family,” which premieres Sunday in the Encounters section of the Berlin Film Festival, the French novelist explores how various members of her family reacted to the revelation that she was repeatedly raped by her father from the age of 13. The film starts with a startling confrontation between Angot and her stepmother in Strasbourg, with Angot pushing her way into her stepmother’s apartment with a camera-person and proceeding to question the woman about Angot’s late father’s crimes and the wife’s view on that. Angot says that this incident was not planned at all.

Rooney Mara Promotes New Movie 'La Cocina' in Chic Black Looks at Berlinale Film Festival - www.justjared.com - Germany
justjared.com
18.02.2024 / 04:11

Rooney Mara Promotes New Movie 'La Cocina' in Chic Black Looks at Berlinale Film Festival

Rooney Mara is hard at work promoting her new movie La Cocina at the 74th Berlinale International Film Festival on Friday (February 16) in Berlin, Germany.

Saoirse Ronan Shimmers Alongside 'The Outrun' Co-Star Paapa Essiedu at Berlinale Film Festival 2024 - www.justjared.com - Scotland - London - Germany
justjared.com
17.02.2024 / 22:45

Saoirse Ronan Shimmers Alongside 'The Outrun' Co-Star Paapa Essiedu at Berlinale Film Festival 2024

Saoirse Ronan is hitting the red carpet at the 2024 Berlinale International Film Festival.

Catherine Deneuve Movie ‘The President’s Wife’ Acquired for North America by Cohen Media Group (EXCLUSIVE) - variety.com - France - USA - Berlin
variety.com
17.02.2024 / 18:19

Catherine Deneuve Movie ‘The President’s Wife’ Acquired for North America by Cohen Media Group (EXCLUSIVE)

Elsa Keslassy International Correspondent Cohen Media Group, the U.S. distribution company behind Matteo Garrone’s Oscar-nominated “Io Capitano,” has acquired North American rights to “The President’s Wife,” a biting movie starring Catherine Deneuve as the former first lady Bernadette Chirac. The deal closed during the European Film Market currently taking place and running alongside the Berlin Film Festival.

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