Review: ‘Supermarkt’

by Jenn Edwards

Screening WEDNESDAY 28TH MAY at PRINCE CHARLES DOORS OPEN: 19:30 // FILM STARTS: 20:00 // Q&A: 21:30 The Berlin Film Society is proud to…

‘Reaching For The Moon’ And Poets In Contemporary Film

by Aleksandra Koluvija

Aleksandra recently watched ‘Reaching for the Moon’ – a film on the Brazil period of poet Elizabeth Bishop. These are her thoughts on poets…

Review: ‘The Pornographers’

by Aleksandra Koluvija

Aleksandra Koluvija reveals why ‘The Pornographers’ is a film that is well worth watching. Directed by Shôhei Imamura, 128 min. Mesmerising. Eccentric. A classical masterpiece…

Review: ‘The Human Scale’

by Aleksandra Koluvija

Aleksandra Koluvija explores Danish environmental documentary The Human Scale and how it relates to Berlin. Directed by Andreas Dalsgard, 83 minutes. Every human being…

Review: ‘Belgrad Radio Taxi’

by Aleksandra Koluvija

Aleksandra Koluvija reviews the 2010 Serbian film, Belgrad Radio Taxi, and explains why it captures the spirit of the city so perfectly. Directed by Srdjan…

The Ugly Truth About ‘The Great Beauty’

by Riccardo Valsecchi

The identification and the self-recognition of the audience with the main character of a drama is a process described, established and accepted since Aristotle….