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Charlotte Rampling

Charlotte Rampling’s body of work amounts to more than a 100 film and television productions, for which she is the recipient of this year’s Honorary Golden Bear of the Berlinale. Her international breakthrough came with THE NIGHT PORTER in 1974. A career of highpoints followed: THE DAMNED, STARDUST MEMORIES, UNDER THE SAND and SWIMMING POOL, the latter winning Best Actress at the European Film Awards. She has often chosen to embody multifaceted and unconventional figures, which, in her own words, she brings to the screen with an absolute “honesty of feeling.”

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Berlinale Homage: THE LOOK - Charlotte Rampling

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Rodd Rathjen

Born in Colbinabbin, a small town in central Victoria, Australia, in 1981, Rodd Rathjen graduated with an honours degree in film and television from the Victorian College of the Arts in 2010. His short film TAU SERU, which he directed in India, premiered in the Critics’ Week at Cannes in 2013; it went on to screen at over 50 festivals worldwide and won a number of international awards. In 2014, he participated at Berlinale Talents. BUOYANCY is his debut feature film.

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Festival Film Screening: Buoyancy

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Jennifer Reeder

Jennifer Reeder was born in Ohio and graduated from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC). Her multi-award-winning feature films, which have screened at numerous international festivals, focus on stories about relationships, trauma and dealing with such experiences. She attended Berlinale Talents in 2015. That same year, her film BLOOD BELOW THE SKIN screened in Berlinale Shorts; in 2016, CRYSTAL LAKE featured in the Generation programme. She is returning to Generation with KNIVES AND SKIN in 2019.

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Festival Film Screening: Knives and Skin

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Niko Remus

Niko Remus is a German post-production supervisor and workflow consultant working on international co-productions. His projects include Semih Kaplanoglu’s BAL, Margarethe von Trotta’s HANNAH ARENDT, Jim Jarmusch’s ONLY LOVERS LEFT ALIVE, Roy Andersson’s A PIGEON SAT ON A BRANCH… and Bille August’s ELEANOR AND COLETTE. He is part of the European post-production workshop Amsterdam Post Lab, works as a trainer for the TorinoFilmLab and in Rotterdam, and lectures at different film schools.

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Survival Guide: Endangered Images

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Franz Rodenkirchen

Franz Rodenkirchen is a Berlin-based, internationally active script consultant and tutor. In addition to offering individual script consultations, he works with TorinoFilmLab, Berlinale Talents Script Station, SEAFIC (Southeast Asia Fiction Film Lab), DFFB Berlin and others. With Françoise von Roy, he runs Script Circle, a bi-monthly script development workshop in Berlin, as well as Six Days of Practice, a script consulting workshop for film professionals.

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Jean-Louis Rodrigue

An internationally renowned acting coach, movement director and professor, Jean-Louis Rodrigue has worked on many Academy Award-winning films, plays, television, opera and music events. He has worked with Berlinale Talents since 2009, developing the acting programme and mentoring its participants. Most recently, he coached Christian Bale in the upcoming feature VICE, Rachel McAdams in DISOBEDIENCE and Margot Robbie on her Oscar-nominated role in I, TONYA and in the upcoming MARY, QUEEN OF SCOTS. He is a professor at the UCLA School of Theatre, Film and Television and at the UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music.

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Open Studio

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Olga Rojer

Dr. Olga Rojer is Associate Professor of German and Dutch Caribbean Studies at American University in Washington, DC. Her passion is teaching film. She is a published author and award-winning screenwriter. She has participated in screenwriting programmes and film festivals in the US and abroad.

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CREATE! Be One with Your Idea: Pitch and Impress!

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Liz Rosenthal

An expert in interactive, VR and cross-platform storytelling and business models, Liz Rosenthal is the founder and CEO of Power to the Pixel, a leading innovation company based in London. Power to the Pixel advises organisations on innovation strategies, development labs, markets and programmes and helps creators and businesses to develop and finance stories that engage connected audiences.

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Talents Circles: Fail Forwards

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Julie Rousson

Julie Rousson holds a master’s in Cultural Project Production. In 2015, she permanently joined Sauve Qui Peut le Court Métrage, the association behind the Clermont-Ferrand International Short Film Festival, after freelancing for the Short Film Market. She looks after industry meetings, manages the Shortfilmdepot submission platform and coordinates the European short film co-production forum Euro Connection. She is also a member of the international selection committee.

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Meet the Short Film Festivals

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Rajendra Roy

Rajendra Roy is the Chief Curator of Film at MoMA New York, where he manages a collection of over 30,000 works and has helped create exhibitions on Pedro Almodóvar, Wim Wenders, Tim Burton and Mike Nichols. He co-authored the book “The Berlin School: Films from the Berliner Schule” (2013). He is co-chair of the selection committee for New Directors/New Films, presented with the Lincoln Center Film Society. Previously, he was artistic director and programmer for the Hamptons International Film Festival and a member of the Berlinale Competition selection committee.

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Berlinale Talents: Mistakes