Browsing: Berlinale 2016

Berlinale Goat (dir. Andrew Neel, 2016)

Directed by Andrew Neel, the hazing drama Goat, based on the acclaimed memoir of Brad Land, was adapted by Andrew Neel, David Gorden Green and Mike Roberts for the big screen. After screening at Sundance, the film had its European premiere at the Berlinale within the Panorama section. It offers a…

Berlinale Zero Days (dir. Alex Gibney, 2016)

After screening his second and forth features Men at Work and Modest Reception at the Forum section of Berlinale in 2006 and 2012, Iranian director Mani Haghighi returned to the festival with his fifth feature A Dragon Arrives! to have it compete in this year’s main section of the festival, the…

Berlinale Things to Come
(dir.  Mia Hansen-Løve, 2016)

With eight French films in the official competition, most of them are co-productions, L’avenir is one among the strongest French contenders this year. Written and directed by Mia Hansen-Løve, a daughter of two philosophy professors, the French-German co-production L’avenir reflects on the intellectual and…