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Berlinale 2023 Review: GOLDA, Biopic Becomes War Drama

Helen Mirren and Liev Schreiber star; Guy Nattiv directed.

Berlinale 2023 Review: WHEN WILL IT BE AGAIN LIKE IT NEVER WAS BEFORE, A Family Saga on the Edge

Camile Loup Moltzen, Laura Tonke, Devid Streisow star in Sonja Heiss eccentric tragicomic family coming-of-age that defies normalcy.

Berlinale 2023 Review: #MANHOLE, From Claustrophobic Horror to Social Satire

Nakajima Yuto stars in director Kazuyoshi Kumakiri's genre-bending psychological thriller.

Berlinale 2023 Review: 20,000 SPECIES OF BEES, Coming of Identity, Told With Deep Empathy

Sofía Otero, Patricia López Arnaiz, Ane Gabarain, Itziar Lazkano, Martxelo Rubio and Miguel Garcés star in Spanish director Estibaliz Urresola Solaguren's feature debut.

Berlinale 2023 Review: MUSIC Turns Oedipal Story Into Transcendental Experience

Directed by Angela Schanelec, Aliocha Schneider, Agathe Bonitzer, Marisha Triantafyllidou, Argyris Xafisc and Wolfgang Michael star in the German-language film.

Berlinale 2023 Review: AFIRE, Art and Love Burn in Tragicomedy

Director Christian Petzold's new film stars Thomas Schubert, Paula Beer, Langston Uibel, Enno Trebs and Matthias Brandt.

Berlinale 2023 Review: INSIDE, Heist Drama Turns Into Something Else

Willem Dafoe wrecks a luxury apartment, creating conceptual art in a bid for survival in director Vasilis Katsoupis' feature-length fiction debut.

Berlinale 2023: Exclusive SILVER HAZE Poster Premiere for Coming of Age Drama

Berlinale Film Festival is bracing for its 73rd edition from February 16 to February 26, 2023, and has begun gradually revealing its lineup. The festival has now announced the latest crop of titles for its Panorama section. The section is...