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‘Anatomy Of A Fall’ Producer Marie-Ange Luciani Talks Berlin Film ‘Langue Étrangère’ & Future Projects - deadline.com - France - London - Germany - Berlin
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23.02.2024 / 11:31

‘Anatomy Of A Fall’ Producer Marie-Ange Luciani Talks Berlin Film ‘Langue Étrangère’ & Future Projects

Anatomy of a Fall French producer Marie-Ange Luciani put in a flying appearance at the Berlinale this week with Claire Burger’s coming-of-age drama Langue Étrangère which received a warm reception in competition.

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

Helicopter Rescues, Motorbike Accidents, Altitude Sickness: How Nepal’s Min Bahadur Bham Overcame the Odds to Shoot Berlin Competition Title ‘Shambhala’ (EXCLUSIVE) - variety.com - Berlin - Nepal - city Busan
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22.02.2024 / 09:53

Helicopter Rescues, Motorbike Accidents, Altitude Sickness: How Nepal’s Min Bahadur Bham Overcame the Odds to Shoot Berlin Competition Title ‘Shambhala’ (EXCLUSIVE)

Naman Ramachandran Nepali filmmaker Min Bahadur Bham‘s journey to make Berlin competition title “Shambhala” was arduous but an ultimately rewarding one. Bham’s 2012 short “Bhansulli” debuted at Venice. His debut feature “Kalo Pothi” (aka “The Black Hen,” 2015) won the Fedeora best film award at Venice Critics’ Week and became Nepal’s official Oscar entry.

Margherita Vicario’s Musical Comedy ‘Gloria!’ Scores Multiple Sales Ahead of Berlin Competition Bow (EXCLUSIVE) - variety.com - France - Italy - Austria - Germany - Netherlands - Belgium - Greece - Berlin - Luxembourg - Bulgaria
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21.02.2024 / 15:51

Margherita Vicario’s Musical Comedy ‘Gloria!’ Scores Multiple Sales Ahead of Berlin Competition Bow (EXCLUSIVE)

Nick Vivarelli International Correspondent Italian singer-songwriter Margherita Vicario’s directorial debut “Gloria!” has scored a slew international sales ahead of its world premiere in the Berlin Film Festival competition. RAI Cinema International Distribution has sealed deals to nine territories on Vicario’s vibrant musical comedy set in a late 18th century Venetian female orphanage where a young rebel named Teresa leads a group of performers to challenge classical canons and invent a precursor to pop music.

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
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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.

Berlin: Taiwan’s ‘Shambhala,’ ‘Sleep With Your Eyes Open’ Producers Join Forces for Film, TV Venture - variety.com - Brazil - China - Japan - Berlin - Nepal - Taiwan
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20.02.2024 / 17:57

Berlin: Taiwan’s ‘Shambhala,’ ‘Sleep With Your Eyes Open’ Producers Join Forces for Film, TV Venture

Patrick Frater Asia Bureau Chief Two Taiwan-based production companies with features in this week’s Berlin Film Festival have joined forces to launch new venture, Long Hu Bao × An Attitude. Taiwan’s Yi Tiao Long Hu Bao International Entertainment, is one of eight co-producers on main competition film “Shambhala,” from Nepal’s Min Bahadur Bham.

Berlin Film Festival Hosts the European Actors Selected for the Shooting Stars Program - variety.com - France - Sweden - Italy - Ireland - Germany - Belgium - Eu - Poland - Berlin - Bulgaria - county Stark - Lithuania
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19.02.2024 / 22:01

Berlin Film Festival Hosts the European Actors Selected for the Shooting Stars Program

Leo Barraclough International Features Editor The Berlin Film Festival hosted the 10 young European actors selected for the Shooting Stars program, run by European Film Promotion, at a gala event Monday. The presentation of the Shooting Stars took place prior to the screening of Claire Burger’s “Langue Étrangère,” which plays in competition.

European Film Market Sees Dealmaking Rebound Post-Strikes for Splashy U.S. Packages and Select International Titles: ‘Everyone Needs Movies Again’ - variety.com - USA - Berlin
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19.02.2024 / 11:19

European Film Market Sees Dealmaking Rebound Post-Strikes for Splashy U.S. Packages and Select International Titles: ‘Everyone Needs Movies Again’

Elsa Keslassy International Correspondent As the European Film Market starts to unwind, the verdict is already in: Even if global economics are rocky, buyers are back and on the lookout. This week, dealmaking has been happening on both star-driven packages as well as arthouse and foreign-language movies.

‘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
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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.

Suspense Horror Slasher ‘Goldilocks and the Three Bears’ Locks Multiple Sales at EFM (EXCLUSIVE) - variety.com - Berlin - Philippines
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19.02.2024 / 05:19

Suspense Horror Slasher ‘Goldilocks and the Three Bears’ Locks Multiple Sales at EFM (EXCLUSIVE)

Leo Barraclough International Features Editor International sales company Iuvit Media Sales has closed multiple deals at the European Film Market in Berlin for the suspense horror slasher “Goldilocks and the Three Bears: Death and Porridge.” Buyers include Gussi Films for Latin America, Pioneer for the Philippines and Front Row for the Middle East. Directed by Craig Rees (“Annabellum,” “Whispers”) and starring Olga Solo, Abigail Huxley, Rees and Julian Amos, “Goldilocks and the Three Bears: Death and Porridge” is an “intelligent” horror slasher, in the vein of Wes Craven horrors, and with comparables such as “The Strangers” and “The Purge.” In this adaptation of the fairy tale, Goldilocks and the three bears live together in an isolated house in the woods.

Celine Song’s ‘Past Lives’ Follow-Up ‘Materialists’ Sells To Sony For International In Another Big EFM Deal; Dakota Johnson, Pedro Pascal & Chris Evans In Talks To Star - deadline.com - China - Russia - Japan - Virginia - Berlin - county Evans
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18.02.2024 / 16:07

Celine Song’s ‘Past Lives’ Follow-Up ‘Materialists’ Sells To Sony For International In Another Big EFM Deal; Dakota Johnson, Pedro Pascal & Chris Evans In Talks To Star

EXCLUSIVE: After we broke news of the studio acquiring Margot Robbie starrer Big Bold Beautiful Journey, we can reveal that Sony Pictures has boarded another of the European Film Market’s most in-demand projects: Past Lives director Celine Song‘s next movie, Materialists, which A24 is selling.

‘Transition,’ a Documentary About a Trans Man Who Embeds With the Taliban in Afghanistan, Premieres Trailer (EXCLUSIVE) - variety.com - Australia - Jordan - Berlin - city Amsterdam - Afghanistan
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16.02.2024 / 17:13

‘Transition,’ a Documentary About a Trans Man Who Embeds With the Taliban in Afghanistan, Premieres Trailer (EXCLUSIVE)

Leo Barraclough International Features Editor Variety is premiering the trailer (below) for feature documentary “Transition,” which follows Australian filmmaker Jordan Bryon, a trans man, as he embeds with a Taliban unit as they retake control of Afghanistan. The film, directed by Monica Villamizar and Bryon, will be released in the U.S. on March 26 by Gravitas Ventures.

Robert Bresson’s ‘Four Nights of a Dreamer’ to Be Restored by ‘Anatomy of a Fall’ Banner MK2 Films (EXCLUSIVE) - variety.com - France - Paris - Berlin
variety.com
16.02.2024 / 11:20

Robert Bresson’s ‘Four Nights of a Dreamer’ to Be Restored by ‘Anatomy of a Fall’ Banner MK2 Films (EXCLUSIVE)

Elsa Keslassy International Correspondent Mk2 Films, the Paris-based outfit behind Justine Triet’s Oscar-nominated “Anatomy of a Fall,” is set to restore Robert Bresson’s “Four Nights of a Dreamer,” a romantic drama which competed at the Berlinale in 1971 and disappeared from screens in 1985. MK2 Films, the division of a major arthouse cinema chain in France, will digitize “Four Nights of a Dreamer” in 4K and will bring it to global theatres in 2024. “Four Nights of a Dreamer” is the 10th film directed by Bresson and the only one which wasn’t restored.

Theater Veteran Annie Baker Turns to Film With Berlin Festival Title ’Janet Planet’ Starring Julianne Nicholson - variety.com - state Massachusets - Berlin
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16.02.2024 / 11:06

Theater Veteran Annie Baker Turns to Film With Berlin Festival Title ’Janet Planet’ Starring Julianne Nicholson

Shayeza Walid MacArthur Fellow Annie Baker is an acclaimed playwright and theater director, winning the 2014 Pulitzer Prize for drama for “The Flick,” among other accolades. Now, with the release of the delicate mother-daughter drama “Janet Planet,” both written and directed by Baker, the esteemed theater veteran makes her directorial film debut. Baker began writing “Janet Planet” in the early days of the pandemic, completing it in December 2020.

Italian Movie Business Seeks to Build on Growth at Berlin’s European Film Market - variety.com - Italy - Berlin
variety.com
15.02.2024 / 17:07

Italian Movie Business Seeks to Build on Growth at Berlin’s European Film Market

Davide Abbatescianni Italy will be the Country in Focus at the European Film Market, running this year from Feb. 15-21. One of the major producing hubs in the world with a long history of excellence, Italy is now going through a production boom driven by a rising global demand and a generous tax credit, capable of attracting massive foreign investment across fiction, documentary and animation.

Fandango Takes World Sales on Carlo Sironi’s Berlin Generation Drama ‘My Summer With Irène’ – Watch Trailer (EXCLUSIVE) - variety.com - France - Italy - Berlin
variety.com
15.02.2024 / 15:32

Fandango Takes World Sales on Carlo Sironi’s Berlin Generation Drama ‘My Summer With Irène’ – Watch Trailer (EXCLUSIVE)

Nick Vivarelli International Correspondent Italy’s Fandango Sales has taken global distribution rights outside Italy to Carlo Sironi’s coming-of-age drama “My Summer With Irène,” which will premiere in the Berlin Film Festival‘s Generation section. Sironi, whose first feature “Sole” made a splash on the international fest circuit, is back with this relationship drama starring rising French indie star Noée Abita (“Slalom”) and Maria Camilla Barandenburg (“Slam Italia”) playing two 17-year-olds named Clara and Irène who both have health issues.

Silent D Sets Buffalo 8 Deal for Survival Thriller ‘Dig Me No Grave,’ Bows Acha Septriasa-Starring ‘Daemon Mind’ at EFM (EXCLUSIVE) - variety.com - Los Angeles - Austria - Indonesia - Berlin - city Warsaw
variety.com
15.02.2024 / 10:23

Silent D Sets Buffalo 8 Deal for Survival Thriller ‘Dig Me No Grave,’ Bows Acha Septriasa-Starring ‘Daemon Mind’ at EFM (EXCLUSIVE)

Naman Ramachandran Film and media company Buffalo 8 has acquired worldwide distribution rights to “Dig Me No Grave” from Djonny Chen’s prolific U.K.-based outfit Silent D Pictures. The deal was revealed at the Berlin European Film Market (EFM). “Dig Me No Grave” follows the harrowing journey of an ageing hunter who embarks on a final quest for an elusive elk.

RAI Cinema Launches Standalone Film Sales Unit at EFM With Lineup Toplined by Berlin Title ‘Gloria!’ - variety.com - France - Italy - Berlin
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14.02.2024 / 19:59

RAI Cinema Launches Standalone Film Sales Unit at EFM With Lineup Toplined by Berlin Title ‘Gloria!’

Nick Vivarelli International Correspondent Italian state broadcaster RAI’s RAI Cinema film arm is launching a new standalone film sales unit at the European Film Market. The nascent sales company — which is called RAI Cinema International Distribution — aims to fill a gap within RAI’s content sales force given that RAI’s existing RAI Com sales unit is “mostly dedicated to TV product,” said RAI Cinema CEO Paolo Del Brocco.

The AfD Invitation, Staff Disquiet & Uncomfortable Meetings: The Inside Story Of The Berlin Film Festival’s Tumultuous Build-Up - deadline.com - Germany - Berlin
deadline.com
14.02.2024 / 11:40

The AfD Invitation, Staff Disquiet & Uncomfortable Meetings: The Inside Story Of The Berlin Film Festival’s Tumultuous Build-Up

EXCLUSIVE: The Berlin Film Festival gets underway tomorrow but organizers and staff will be doing so bruised after an uncomfortable build-up to the event.

Shudder Acquires Veronika Franz and Severin Fiala’s Psychological Thriller ‘The Devil’s Bath’ Ahead of Berlin Film Festival Debut (EXCLUSIVE) - variety.com - Australia - New Zealand - Ireland - Austria - Berlin
variety.com
12.02.2024 / 22:39

Shudder Acquires Veronika Franz and Severin Fiala’s Psychological Thriller ‘The Devil’s Bath’ Ahead of Berlin Film Festival Debut (EXCLUSIVE)

Brent Lang Executive Editor Shudder, AMC Networks’ streaming service for horror films, thrillers and supernatural stories, has acquired “The Devil’s Bath,” the new film from Austrian horror auteurs Veronika Franz and Severin Fiala. The deal comes ahead of the psychological thriller’s world premiere at the Berlin International Film Festival, where it will play in competition.

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