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Berlinale-Jury : The future of film is female

imagine them as a strict but benevolent teacher. Juliette Binoche, the Jury President, sitting in the middle of the podium, very upright, very awake, very middle-parted. Calm, you can gaze across the assembled representatives of the media strays from the point, and to see a Smile on your face. With that in mind, do not know now whether she's enjoying herself a bit on one or the other question, about the role and especially about the Ritual of the first press conference of each festival year.

half An hour later: The Jury of the 69. Berlinale is damn smart. Your Job seriously and takes the world situation , has something to say and goes to her task with the utmost Serenity. Rajendra Roy, film-in-chief of the New York MoMA wearing a red T-Shirt under the Sweater, with the inscription "The Future of Film is Female", the Berlinale has its recent Diversity Numbers released: In 45 percent of all Film shown (400), women have directed. With the T-Shirt it has yet another meaning: The MoMA supports an out-of-2016-"Time's Up"campaign, which emerged from the Initiative of the film curator Caryn Coleman. The Shirts you can buy, with the proceeds of short film projects of filmmakers. The Museum accompanied the action with a women's film series, the second round starts on 14. February. Good thing is that once the women represented the cause of women and our one of the dresses of the men writes. The cream of Tartar question parried Binoche by the way, with a brief "Peace to his mind". Peace to his soul; and the courts do their work.

"The world is pretty selfish," says Binoche. "Rich countries close their borders, the climate change requires a change in thinking is becoming increasingly urgent, and many governments do not work seriously, as it should be." True, perhaps it is more important to talk about the Policy in the policy than it is about political cinema. She holds far greater, brings the human factor into the game and is happy otherwise, on the 17 bears-candidates compete. "Every movie is a leap into the Unknown. This Unknown is my love.“

the Netflix question Clear

in addition to the "woman question" also Netflix is out of the question. The streaming services can have a major impact on the independent cinema, my Binoche. The Chilean Director Sebastián Lelio ("Gloria", "A fantastic woman") argues for anti-apocalyptic Serenity. Yes, the Film is at a crossroads, "but the cinema is so often dead, and it's still alive". The collective experience in the room he will defend always.

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Which Film they were blown away last? "You ask after our taste?", Sandra Hüller counters, also a little strict. At the Berlinale in 2018, it had become with the forklift tragicomedy "In the corridors" the darling of the public – not to mention their outstanding role in "Toni Erdmann". She breaks a lance for another work from Maren Ade production company accomplice films: your last enlightenment in the cinema was Valeska Grisebachs "Western". Juliette Binoche says of Emmanuel Finkiels historical drama "La Douleur", Roy was at the just ended Festival in Sundance from the documentary "American Factory" done, Lelio announced the Netflix Film "Roma", the US film critic Justin Chang "Happy as Lazzaro", while the US-producer Trudie Styler do not want to specify – just looked through the Oscar-candidate list. "It must be in any Case a transcending experience."

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And Berlin, the much-chided German Film? Rajendra Roy is rubbing the balm on all of those souls who like to feel internationally unrecognized. The Berlin school to the Roy in the MoMA, a series of organized, with films from Ade, Christian Petzold, Christoph Hochhäusler or Angela Schanelec – was "the most influential avant-garde movement of the late 20th century. and the early 21st century. Century. It is not possible to speak about the contemporary cinema without talking about these films.“ The Berlinale under Dieter Kosslick has many of them shown. This year, Schanelec in the competition for the first Time. Christiane Peitz

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