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Berlinale 2016

Join George Armstrong, as he covers the 66th Berlinale film festival, 2016:

Running from 11th February, through to 21st February 2016– the Berlinale is one of the first film festivals to start in the year. Which, by all means, is one of the first places that new, unique and upcoming films are shown – often many months before their official release. This year we will be in Berlin for a few days during the festival, showing feature films, documentaries and short-films from countries all over the world.



Alone in Berlin

Alone in Berlin -

Alone in Berlin is the story of Anna and Otto Quangel (Emma Thompson and Brendan Gleeson) in 19040 Nazi Germany, who receive news that their only son has died in the war. Both of the characters deal with this news differently, but there was very little communication between the two of them for a while... [Read more]


 Written: 15th February 2016 Released: 15th February 2016


Indignation

Indignation -

Set in the 1950s, Marcus Messner (Logan Lerman) works in his Father?s kosher butcher shop and plans to go to college, partly because he is an intelligent individual, partly to ensure he doesn?t join the war in Korea... [Read more]


 Written: 14th February 2016 Released: 14th February 2016


Mahana (The Patriarch)

Mahana (The Patriarch) -

This is the story of the Mahana family in the 1960s, led by the Grandfather (Temuera Morrison) with tradition, respect and history flowed down throughout the family. One boy, Simeon (Akuhata Keefe), quickly stands out and questions the rules and limitations... [Read more]


 Written: 14th February 2016 Released: 13th February 2016


Midnight Special

Midnight Special -

We are introduced to Alton (Jaeden Lieberher) in a motel room wearing goggles; showing on the TV is breaking news of a missing child. Protecting Alton is his Father, Roy (Michael Shannon) with his friend Lucas (Joel Edgerton)... [Read more]


 Written: 13th February 2016 Released: 8th April 2016


Shepherds and Butchers

Shepherds and Butchers -

Opening to Leon Labuschagne (Garion Dowds) driving through rural South Africa at night in the pouring rain with blood on his face, he is overtaken by mini bus containing members of a football team. Leon follows the mini bus to the end of a secluded quarry-like area. The door of the mini-bus opens and Leon proceeds to shoot the seven occupants dead... [Read more]


 Written: 26th March 2016 Released: 13th February 2016


War on Everyone

War on Everyone -

War on Everyone opens to a man running, dressed as a mime, being pursued by a car being driven by Terry Monroe (Alexander Skarsgård) with his partner, Bob Bolaño (Michael Peña), in the passenger seat. They run the mime down, identify themselves as cops and search... [Read more]


 Written: 12th February 2016 Released: 12th February 2016

Coverage by:
George Armstrong
George Armstrong






Midnight Special: Press Conference Coverage
Midnight Special: Press Conference Coverage


Mahana (The Patriarch): Press Conference Coverage
Mahana (The Patriarch): Press Conference Coverage


Indignation: Press Conference Coverage
Indignation: Press Conference Coverage


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