The 64th Berlin International Film Festival climaxed tonight with the event's awards. China/Hong Kong feature Black Coal, Thin Ice won the Berlinale's top Golden Bear for Best Feature Film award. Richard Linklater won Best Director.
Richard Linklater has done it again. Two decades after hitting the indie filmmaking scene with his seminal feature Slacker, he has unveiled a new film that could very well be a spyglass into growing up in the 2000s. The filmmaker and cast discussed the remarkable Boyhood in Berlin.
Peruvian filmmaker Claudia Llosa made her mark on the Berlin International Film Festival in 2009, winning the event's top prize (the Golden Bear) for her second film The Milk of Sorrows. She's back with her new feature, Aloft, starring Jennifer Connelly and Cillian Murphy.
Catherine Deneuve has maintained a brisk pace in making films. More recently she has starred in On My Way, which will open the upcoming Rendez-Vous with French Cinema series as well as in Pierre Salvadori's Dans La Cour (The Courtyard), which is screening here at the Berlin International Film Festival.
The flamboyant Danish director sported T-shirt that read: "Persona Non Grata Official Selection," which also not so subtly had the Cannes Palme d'Or logo across his chest, while Shia LaBeouf gives a metaphoric response to a question and walks out.
Wes Anderson's The Grand Budapest Hotel finally made its World Premiere, opening up the Berlin International Film Festival Thursday.
The Berlin International Film Festival revealed five of its films screening in Competition in addition to previously announced Opening Night film The Grand Budapest Hotel.
George Clooney's The Monuments Men will screen in the official program of the Berlin International Film Festival in February.
The World Premiere of Wes Anderson's The Grand Budapest Hotel will launch the Berlinale February 6. Shot in Germany, the feature stars a long list of stars including Edward Norton, Owen Wilson, Bill Murray, Ralph Fiennes, Jude Law, Adrien Brody, Tilda Swinton and more.