berlinale

Berlinale 2016: Best of the Fest

Just take a walk around Berlin; the cultural diversity laced within the city’s lifeblood is…

Road To Istanbul – Berlin Film Festival Review

The pressing topicality of Rachid Bouchareb’s Road To Istanbul cannot be ignored. One of the…

Much Ado About Nothing – Berlin Film Festival Review

Much Ado About Nothing, the second instalment in Chilean director Alejandro Fernández Almendras’ ‘Justice’ trilogy,…

Curumim – Berlin Film Festival Review

“Death is something that sneaks up on you,” says Marco ‘Curumim’ Archer in a rare…

The Ones Below – Berlin Film Festival

One of the common criticisms levelled at debut directors who polished their trade in theatrical…

Uncle Howard – Berlin Film Festival Review

Howard Brookner could have been a contender. In the 80s he was a critically acclaimed…

Maggie’s Plan – Berlin Film Festival Review

New York is well known for its coffee. Heck, they even have an annual 3-day…

Zero Days – Berlin Film Festival Review

If just a glimpse of HTML code is enough to leave your head spinning faster…

The Commune – Berlin Film Festival Review

This isn’t the first time Thomas Vinterberg has explored the relationship between community and the…

Chi-Raq – Berlin Film Festival Review

Spike Lee has never been one to mince his words. “This is an emergency,” reads…

Where To Invade Next – Berlin Film Festival Review

“We’ve got problems no army can solve,” says Michael Moore of his beloved America. Yes,…

Alone In Berlin – Berlin Film Festival Review

The pervading paranoia of life lived in 1940s Berlin has never been more intensely personified…