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Dan Stevens, Maren Eggert's 'I'm Your Man' Acquired by Bleecker Street


Dan Stevens, Maren Eggert’s ‘I’m Your Man’ Acquired by Bleecker Street
Acquisition marks Bleecker’s first foreign language filmBeatrice Verhoeven | March 18, 2021 @ 8:00 AM
Bleecker Street
Bleecker Street has acquired the U.S. rights to Maria Schrader’s “I’m Your Man,” which stars Dan Stevens and Maren Eggert.
The film won the Silver Bear at the 2021 Berlinale for Eggert’s leading performance, and will be released in theaters later this year with a VOD release to follow.
“I’m Your Man” follows Alma (Eggert), a scientist who is coerced into participating in an extraordinary study to obtain research funds for her work. For three weeks, she has to live with a humanoid robot, who is designed to be the perfect life partner for her.

Sex, Magic and Anarchy: Ten Highlights From Berlin Film Festival 2021


Sex, Magic and Anarchy: Ten Highlights From Berlin Film Festival 2021
Despite Covid-inflicted limitations, Berlinale’s 2021 lineup was one of its most original and exciting yet. Here, Josh Slater-Williams rounds up ten of the festival’s best breakout releases
March 15, 2021
Traditionally the biggest European film festival in the calendar year’s first quarter, the
Berlinale unsurprisingly had to shift to an online-only model for its early March incarnation in 2021; one that was only open to industry professionals and buyers, plus journalists reporting on the premieres. (The organisers are planning to host a later in-person repeat of the programme in the summer so that the public can experience the films on the big screen, vaccine rollout permitting).

How Arab films triumphed at the first online Berlinale

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How Arab films triumphed at the first online Berlinale
Covid-19 may have forced this major festival to go virtual but this year’s Berlinale was its best, showcasing the largest collection from the Middle East in its history
Bear trophies on display for the 2021 Berlinale (AFP)
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Regulars at the Berlin Film Festival (Berlinale) in recent years are used to a number of sights and sensations: the sinister cold shrouding the ultra-touristic Potsdamer Platz where the fest is held; an eclectic ensemble of journalists and critics pressed against one another waiting for shots of coffee; food trucks hawking expensive snacks for guileless guests and the incessant search for comfortable seating in bustling cinemas. That’s all in addition to the affable atmosphere of Berlin itself - the new European capital of art.

2020 Berlin Film Festival goes virtual, gets personal

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2020 Berlin Film Festival goes virtual, gets personal
Angelika Jansen, Correspondent
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Maren Eggert won the top acting prize at the Berlin Film Festival for playing a scientist who falls in love with a robot (Dan Stevens).Christine FenzlShow MoreShow Less
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Natsuko (Fasako Urabe) and Nozomi (Aoba Kawai) are strangers who form a tenuous friendship after meeting by chance in “Wheel of Fortune and Fantasy.”Berlin Film FestivalShow MoreShow Less
COVID-19 reduced this year’s Berlin Film Festival, normally attended by hundreds of thousands of film fans, to a virtual event attended only by the jurors, industry members and the press.

Photographs taken by Nazi camp prisoners remind us of the horrors of the Holocaust in new documentary at Berlin Film Festival

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Foremost among the art films that premiered at the 2021 Berlin International Film Festival last week was
À Pas Aveugles (From Where They Stood) a documentary by the French film-maker Christophe Cognet that focuses on the photographs taken by prisoners in Nazi concentration camps and in the Birkenau death camp.
Cognet’s rigorously reconstructs the places where the pictures were shot in secret, identifies the people who took them, shows how they might have obtained and concealed cameras, and places the picture-taking in the wider context of Nazi forced labour and extermination.
Since the Germans destroyed many of the camps as Allied troops approached, part of Cognet’s project became an archaeology of vanished sites that are now highly groomed monuments. Like crime scene reconstructions, each of these landscapes frames a microhistory of horror, not least in Birkenau, where fragments of charred bones still rise from mass graves when it rains.

ROUND-UP Berlin Film festival | Morning Star

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THIS YEAR’S Berlin film festival, with a competition line-up including just three films made outside Europe and a jury consisting entirely of white people, all previous winners of the Golden Bear, offered no representation from Latin America or Africa. It was a markedly Eurocentric, if not incestuous, affair.
The Golden Bear prize went to
Bad Luck Banging or Loony Porn by Romanian director Radu Jude, a clumsy and chaotic social satire shot during the pandemic with actors wearing anti-viral masks.
In it, a schoolteacher finds her career and reputation on the line after a personal sex tape is leaked online and while this take on her plight might resonate nationally, it lacks universal appeal.

Bad Luck Banging or Loony Porn wins Golden Bear prize at 71st Berlin film fest

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Filmmaker Radu Jude in 2015. Jude’s satire Bad Luck Banging or Loony Porn, which won the 71st Berlinale top prize, makes the case that corruption, pettiness and discrimination are more obscene than graphic sex. AFP
Bad Luck Banging or Loony Porn wins Golden Bear prize at 71st Berlin film fest
Sun, 7 March 2021
The 71st Berlin film festival awarded its Golden Bear top prize on March 5 to
Bad Luck Banging or Loony Porn by Romania’s Radu Jude, a satire skewering pandemic-era social hypocrisy with the story of a teacher whose sex tape winds up on the internet.
This year’s Berlinale was held entirely online for critics and industry buyers but judged by a jury made up of previous winners, who watched the 15 contenders in a specially reserved cinema.

'Bad Luck Banging or Loony Porn' Wins Golden Bear at 2021 Berlinale

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'Bad Luck Banging or Loony Porn' Wins Golden Bear at 2021 Berlinale
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The social satire movie directed by Radu Jude and fronted by Katia Pascariu has taken home the top prize at this year's virtual Berlin International Film Festival.
Mar 6, 2021
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The Golden Bear for best film at the 2021 Berlin International Film Festival has been won by "
Bad Luck Banging or Loony Porn".
The 71st edition of the festival ran as an industry-focused, online-only edition from 1-5 March (21), the Competition and Encounters prizes were revealed via a video presentation by the juries, hosted by artistic director
Carlo Chatrian.
The social satire, directed by

Berlinale: Berlin Festival to award first 'gender-neutral' acting award on final day

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Variety called him a “wry revelation, progressing from rigid, unworldly physical comedy to near-living, breathing emotional turmoil”.
The enthusiasm raised speculation Stevens could walk away with the Berlinale’s first “best performance” Silver Bear, after the festival did away with its best actor and actress trophies. A supporting performance will also be rewarded.
Cate Blanchett and Tilda Swinton have both welcomed Berlin’s bid to set aside outdated sex distinctions, a move the festival’s director Mariette Rissenbeek told AFP was aimed at “spurring the discussion about gender justice” in the entertainment industry.
‘Gripping and impressive’
Reviewers also swooned over the first Georgian picture in competition in almost 30 years, “What Do We See When We Look at the Sky?”, about two lovers who don’t recognise each other when a curse changes their appearance.

Berlin film festival 2021 roundup: the most impressive selection in years

There’s something to be said for an online Berlin film festival. You don’t have to endure the winter bleakness of Potsdamer Platz, and you can watch a lot more, since you get a full 24 hours into which to cram each day’s crowded viewing menu. Naturally, everyone felt that Covid restrictions were tough luck for the festival’s directors, Carlo Chatrian and Mariette Rissenbeek, now in their second year; after 2020’s respectable but low-key debut,...

Berlin film festival 2021 roundup: the most impressive selection in years | Berlin film festival 2021

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Berlin film festival 2021 roundup: the most impressive selection in years
‘European art cinema at its most irresistibly playful’: Ani Karseladze in Alexandre Koberidze’s What Do We See When We Look at the Sky? Photograph: Faraz Fesharaki/DFFB
‘European art cinema at its most irresistibly playful’: Ani Karseladze in Alexandre Koberidze’s What Do We See When We Look at the Sky? Photograph: Faraz Fesharaki/DFFB
No glitz, no big screens, no cold… in a modest yet triumphant virtual edition of the festival, dazzling debuts vied with the superb, low-key latest from Céline Sciamma
Sat 6 Mar 2021 03.00 EST
There’s something to be said for an online Berlin film festival. You don’t have to endure the winter bleakness of Potsdamer Platz, and you can watch a lot more, since you get a full 24 hours into which to cram each day’s crowded viewing menu. Naturally, everyone felt that Covid restrictions were tough luck for the festival’s directors, Carlo Chatrian and Mariette Rissenbeek, now in their second year; after 2020’s respectable but low-key debut, it seemed that they had been robbed of the chance to consolidate in style.

At the Berlinale, Bad Luck Banging or Loony Porn proves lucky after all

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film profile], about a sex video complicating the life of a teacher. “It's a film that has that rare and essential quality of a lasting artwork,” read Lapid. “It captures on screen the very content and essence, the mind and body, the values and the raw flesh of our present moment in time, of this very moment of human existence. It does so by provoking the spirit of our time by slapping it, by challenging it to a duel. It attacks the spectator, evokes disagreement, but leaves no one with a safety distance.”
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Deutschland 89, Channel 4 review - the Wall comes down, what next?


Deutschland 89, Channel 4 review - the Wall comes down, what next? | reviews, news & interviews
Deutschland 89, Channel 4 review - the Wall comes down, what next?
Deutschland 89, Channel 4 review - the Wall comes down, what next?
Compulsive start to final series of the East German spy drama that's much more
by Tom BirchenoughSaturday, 06 March 2021
Guarded confidence: Jonas Nay as Martin Rauch
Joerg and Anna Winger’s gripping drama of East Germany, a loose portrait set over the final decade of that country’s existence, has reached its culmination, and this first episode of
Deutschland 89 landed us right in the unpredictable maelstrom of history.

'I'm Your Man' Review | Hollywood Reporter

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Familiar high concept, played in a refreshingly low key.
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As a humanoid robot tailored to be the perfect romantic partner, Dan Stevens stars opposite Maren Eggert in Maria Schrader's dramatic comedy.
Not long into
I'm Your Man, Dan Stevens' character, a genial android named Tom, arranges a perfectly contrived combination of romantic clichés for his would-be partner, Alma. The rose petals are "artfully" strewn, the candles flicker, and flutes of bubbly are ready for sipping beside the bubble-filled tub. "Ninety-three percent of German women dream of this," he assures her as she exits the room, profoundly unimpressed. Tom is programmed to satisfy Alma, a German human, but he's still in beta, and his learning curve is one of the oddball delights of this farcical and poignant comedy about love.

Berlin Film Festival: Radu Jude's 'Bad Luck Banging Or Loony Porn' Scoops Golden Bear

Refresh for latest…: The Berlin Film Festival is unveiling its Competition winners this afternoon following five days of virtual screenings. Given the ongoing pandemic, this year was a hybrid event that included the European Film Market and the competition films being made available only to industry delegates and the international jury from March 1-5. Berlin

Sex tape satire 'Bad Luck Banging or Loony Porn' wins Berlinale Golden Bear

Romanian sex tape satire "Bad Luck Banging or Loony Porn" by Radu Jude won the 71st Berlin film festival's Golden Bear top prize Friday. The Berlinale jury was made up of six previous Golden Bear winners including last year's laureate, dissident Iranian director Mohammad Rasoulof, who claimed the prize for "There Is No Evil", about capital punishment.

Berlinale′s Golden Bear goes to ′Bad Luck Banging or Loony Porn′ | All media content | DW

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Berlinale's Golden Bear goes to 'Bad Luck Banging or Loony Porn'
Along with Radu Jude's Golden Bear-winning film, find out more about the Silver Bear winners of the Berlin International Film Festival's competition.
Golden Bear for 'Bad Luck Banging or Loony Porn'
Definitely not safe for work: Its opening scene is a homemade sex tape. But for Radu Jude, finding this material more obscene than society's racism, anti-Semitism and nationalism is what's perverse. The Romanian director had won a Silver Bear in 2015 with "Aferim"; this film is for those who enjoy transgressive experiments — like the jury, who praised the way it captures the pandemic's zeitgeist.

Sex Tape Satire 'Bad Luck Banging Or Loony Porn' Wins Berlinale Golden Bear

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Sex tape satire 'Bad Luck Banging or Loony Porn' wins Berlinale

At the Berlinale, Bad Luck Banging or Loony Porn proves lucky after all

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film profile], about a sex video complicating the life of a teacher. “It's a film that has that rare and essential quality of a lasting artwork,” read Lapid. “It captures on screen the very content and essence, the mind and body, the values and the raw flesh of our present moment in time, of this very moment of human existence. It does so by provoking the spirit of our time by slapping it, by challenging it to a duel. It attacks the spectator, evokes disagreement, but leaves no one with a safety distance.”
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Berlin′s Golden Bear award goes to ′Loony Porn′ | Film | DW

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As the Berlinale's "Industry Event" comes to an end, the jury has revealed the Golden and Silver Bears winners. The awards ceremony will follow in June.

Berlinale's Golden Bear Goes to 'Bad Luck Banging or Loony Porn'

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Romanian director Radu Jude’s irreverent contemporary satire “Bad Luck Banging or Loony Porn” has won the Berlin Film Festival’s Golden Bear for best film. The jury said the film has that “rare and essential quality of a lasting art work. It captures on screen the very content and essence, the mind and body, the values […]

How is Corona Changing Cinema? | Hollywood Reporter

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'Homeroom'
The new crop of films that screened at the Sundance and Berlin film festivals are evidence that the global pandemic is having an impact on the stories filmmakers want to tell: "The pandemic has just exposed and revealed so many issues that were in our society."
The coronavirus pandemic has obviously changed how movies are being made, with the extra costs involved in testing and implementing strict hygienic regimes, and the constant threat hanging over every shoot that a local outbreak or lockdown could shut things down. 
But what impact has the once-in-a-lifetime, global experience of the Corona crisis had on what stories filmmakers want to tell? 

Pondering love and loss amid COVID at the Berlinale | Film | DW

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Pondering love and loss amid COVID at the Berlinale
The Bengali film "Jole Dobe Na" at the Berlinale mirrors the sense of disorientation and loneliness that most of us face, especially those who care for the sick.
A still from "Jole": Reading and speaking function as distractions, but also as memories
The opening scenes of "Jole Dobe Na" — Bengali for "Those Who Do Not Drown" —  are apocalyptic. The camera moves slowly, visually documenting parts of an abandoned building, its doors and walls stripped of paint, until it reaches a large window that overlooks the courtyard.
A man's voice says, "What if I told you, all this never happened. We are fine and we will be fine. [That] The whole catastrophe was a dream after all? They promised, science could do everything, cure the sick, bring Lazarus back to life…"

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