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Kamikaze ’89 Review: Cyberpunk Fridays at Filmkunst 66

One of the Berlinale's most sought-after retrospectives is in it for the long run: Kamikaze '89 takes the Friday night billing at Filmkunst 66. Wolf Gremm's 1982 cult classic was...

Boddinale Review: Fringe festival fights its corner

A garish projector, hotchpotch seating, candlelight: the Boddinale is the Berlinale's hippy cousin, offering a far edgier, and cheaper, experience. Jem Bosatta found what he was...

Berlinale Reviews: ‘Discreet’, conservative queer odyssey

The camera zooms in on a hushed culture and lifestyle that manages to blossom under a shroud of secrecy. This is Discreet, a bittersweet ballad to gay Texans. There's a man, and...

INDIEFILM REVIEW: FIFTY SHADES OF GREY

British filmmaker Sam Taylor-Johnson’s adaption of British author E.L. James’s controversial and best-selling erotic novel “Fifty Shades of Grey,” about the relationship between a 21-year-old college student and a 27-year-old billionaire who is into bondage and...

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BODDINALE PUTS THE COMMUNITY IN FILM FESTIVAL

BODDINALE PUTS THE COMMUNITY IN FILM FESTIVAL

Boddinale is an alternative, competitive, independent film festival held on the same dates as the Berlinale – Berlin International Film Festival. This year’s festival is the third edition, and it is bigger than ever, with 82 films and a second venue added. In addition...

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The British Shorts Film Festival starts tonight

The British Shorts Film Festival starts tonight

Berlin’s own British Shorts Film Festival (Thursday, January 15 – Monday, January 19) has its finger firmly on the pulse of both student and professional emerging filmmaking talent from the UK and Ireland. The festival is growing – this year, it is one day longer than...

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