Tag: Berlinale



Cheerful, touching, colourful, extraordinarily alive and pulsating. Favoriten is all this and much more. And in three years of filming Ruth Beckermann has managed to capture every single aspect of the children’s lives, giving us moments of pure beauty. At the Berlinale 2024, Encounters section.



Details of hands that write or draw eyebrows on the faces of little girls, but also tired eyes, gazes staring into space and thinking faces that try to process wounds from the past become the absolute protagonists in Anqa. At the Berlinale 2023.



Stams is the imagine of a world of dreams, of fears, of hopes. The image not of one, but of many stories of young people who have chosen a difficult path, but who desperately want to live to the full with all that life has to offer them. At the Berlinale 2023.



Meticulously detailed and quite original in its costumes, with an excellent cast and locations that almost seem to belong to enchanted dimensions, Frauke Finsterwalder’s Sisi & I is definitely the most “feminist” version of all the feature films dedicated to Elisabeth of Austria. At the Berlinale 2023.