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Due to the pandemic, the Berlin Film Festival will take place in two parts this year - an industry-geared online event from March 1 to 5 and a Summer Special event to run from June 9 to 20, which is intended to include physical screenings of the selection.
View Films by Strand:
- Berlinale Series
- Berlinale Special
- Generation 14plus
- Generation Kplus
- No Angels – Mae West, Rosalind Russell and Carole Lombard
- Perspektive Deutches Kino
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BIFF Latest Reviews
Three generations of women in Canada, deal with memories of their homeland of Lebanon.
A docufiction dive into the Mexican police force.
Thriller set in the world of high finance.
Two sex workers meet in a Berlin brothel. In a place where the female body is a commodity, they experience moments of happiness.
In the near future, a scientist finds herself agreeing to live with a humanoid "partnership robot" in order to fund her research.
Emi, a school teacher, finds her career and reputation under threat after a personal sex tape is leaked on the Internet.
Something magical happens to a young girl after the death of her grandma.
A portrait of a gay man who confronts the ghosts of his past. After fleeing war and repression 37 years ago, Miguel returns to Lebanon where he traces hidden longings, unrequited love and tormenting feelings of guilt.
Two mismatched roommates discover and relive the murky secrets of their new Upper East Side apartment.
A single mum, whose husband has been executed, struggles for justice.
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