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‘Undine’ Trailer: Acclaimed German Director Christian Petzold Tackles The World Of Sea Nymphs

Acclaimed German filmmaker Christian Petzold (“Transit“) makes films like no one else. While grounded and realistic, they’re also elevated, melodramatic, and sometimes even steeped in ideas of fairy tales. While not an overly stylish genre filmmaker per see, Petzold always subtly reimagines genre in his films, whether it’s the thriller, melodramas, the spy genre, film […]

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‘Another Round’ wins four European Film Awards including best film

Other winners included ‘Undine’ actress Paula Beer and documentary ‘Collective’.Thomas Vinterberg’s Another Round swept the European Film Awards on Saturday (December 12), winning four awards including best film, director, screenplay and actor for Mads Mikkelsen.Scroll down for full list of winnersAccepting the best screenplay prize via video link, sat alongside co-writer Tobias Lindholm, Danish filmmaker […]

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European Film Award Winners: Thomas Vinterberg Takes Best Director for ‘Another Round’ (Updating Live)

The European Film Awards, unfolding virtually this year, reveals its major winners during a ceremony on Saturday, December 12. The European Film Academy previously doled out prizes for below-the-line crafts, short films, and more throughout the week. The 33rd annual European Film Awards this year are being emceed by German TV host Steven Gätjen out […]

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Christian Petzold’s ‘Undine’ Wins Arab Critics’ Award for European Films

Christian Petzold’s “Undine,” for which Paula Beer won the Silver Bear for best actress at the Berlin Film Festival, has won the Arab Critics’ Award for European Films. Petzold received the award virtually at the Cairo Film Festival, which is running physically until Thursday.The award, which was launched by European Film Promotion and Arab Cinema […]

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Joanna Hogg, Ludivine Sagnier, Christian Petzold Join Cate Blanchett on Venice Fest Main Jury

The Venice Film Festival has revealed the rosters of its main juries — a move that indicates organizers expect a robust contingent of top international talent and industry executives to make the trek to the Lido for the fest’s planned physical edition in September.The U.K.’s Joanna Hogg (“The Souvenir”), Germany’s Christian Petzold (“Undine”) and Romania’s […]

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Eliza Hittman’s ‘Never Rarely Sometimes Always’ finishes top of Screen’s Berlin 2020 jury grid

‘Days’, ‘Undine’ come second and third; Abel Ferrara’s ‘Siberia’ last.Eliza Hittman’s teenage pregnancy drama Never Rarely Sometimes Always has won the Screen Berlin 2020 Competition jury grid, with an average score of 3.4.It pipped Tsai Ming-liang’s Days by one point, having gained top score fours (excellent) from three critics: Segnocinema’s Paolo Bertolin, Meduza’s Anton Dolin […]

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‘Delete History’ prospers, ‘My Little Sister’, ‘Siberia’ struggle on Screen’s Berlin 2020 jury grid

Christian Petzold’s ‘Undine’ still leads.Benoit Deléphine and Gustave Kervern’s social media drama Delete History has landed in joint-second place on Screen’s Berlin 2020 Competition jury grid, while both My Little Sister and Siberia struggled.Delete History pulled in a 2.7 average from our seven critics, including fours (excellent) from Segnocinema’s Paolo Bertolin and The Morning Star’s […]

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‘Undine’ Trailer: Christian Petzold’s Berlin Drama Riffs On The Myth Behind ‘The Little Mermaid’

For years now, filmmaker Christian Petzold has enjoyed a bit of notoriety among international film fans for his career of very unique projects. Last year, his film “Transit” seemed to crossover and become a bit more of a mainstream film, attracting plenty of acclaim from critics and enjoying a spot in many top 10s. Now, […]

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