8 lectures about: Jury
It’s hardly a mistake to question aspects of a beloved art. International Jury members from the fields of acting, directing, curating and film criticism get together to face up to their personal mishaps and faults in the film world. Don’t let this chance for a collective catharsis go by!
Berlinale Jury president Tom Tykwer (Babylon Berlin) kicks off this edition of Berlinale Talents and unpacks the secrets of his uniquely collaborative approach to both film and drama series during development and on-set.
Making space tangible by situating the viewer within it, Icelandic artist Olafur Eliasson’s works challenge his audience to take personal responsibility for the consequences of shaping spaces, as well as ideas.
Presenting this year at the Berlinale a fictional portrait of Karl Marx and a doc about race in America, Haitian director Raoul Peck uses cinema to illuminate alternate historical realities.
Berlinale jury president Paul Verhoeven (Elle) and jury member Maggie Gyllenhaal (The Honourable Woman) kick off this edition of Berlinale Talents and reflect on their most courageous moments onscreen and in a sometimes unforgiving industry.
Hot shots of the New Mexican Cinema scene, directors Gabriel Ripstein and Michel Franco frequently produce each other's lauded films. The friends join Talents to describe their creative partnership.
French photographer Brigitte Lacombe leads us on an eye-opening photographic travelogue of her experiences working on the film sets of Martin Scorsese, Quentin Tarantino and other greats.
No matter how many experiences you have in the film business or how many movies you have seen in your life, there is space for more. Berlinale jury president Darren Aronofsky (PI, BLACK SWAN, NOAH) and jury member and winner of a Golden Bear Claudia …