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Congratulations to Paolo and Vittorio Taviani who won the Golden Bear at Berlinale with their film “Cesare deve morire”.

They spent six months with a group of inmates of the Roman maximum security prison Rebibbia following rehearsals for the stage production of Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar. 

We hope to see it soon in theatres!

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#taviani  #berlinale  #documentary  #prison  #shakespeare  #julius caesar  #italy 
Panorama: first titles revealed

Keep the Lights on

The first twenty films taking part in the Panorama programme have been announced today.

From Volker Schlöndorff to Hou Hsiao-Hsien, from the french Indignados to the gay rights issues portrayed in Parada, here is a preview of one of the most interesting sections of Berlinale.

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Berlinale Video Streaming →

You can follow all that is happening at this year Berlinale through the website and the live video streaming service. Stay tuned!

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The Great Bear Premiere

The Great Bear directed  will premiere the 15th of February during Berlinale. An animated story of a boy who is trying to find his lost sister, and in his way encounters unexpected dangers.

You can view the trailer here.

Don’t miss it.

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#berlinale  #great bear  #animation  #february  #premiere 

Norwegian director Ole Giaever presents his first feature film “Fjellet” at this year Berlinale Panorama.

You can watch the trailer here.

If you want to know something more about Ole, who has been often selected for the short film competition of Milano Film Festival and in 2010 was part of the International Feature Film Jury, you can have a look at some of his previous films: Tommy and The Pledge.

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