Magazine article Screen International

Berlin Film Festival’s Perspektive Deutsches Kino Announces First Six Titles

Magazine article Screen International

Berlin Film Festival’s Perspektive Deutsches Kino Announces First Six Titles

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Tamer Jandali’s easy love to open the selection.

The Berlin Film Festival has announced the first six titles for Perspektive Deutsches Kino - the sidebar dedicated to German films - with Tamer Jandali’s easy love opening the strand.

Jandali’s feature is a documentary-fiction hybrid, accompanying seven young people in Cologne and chronicling their personal situations and attitudes towards love. Jandali prefaces the opening credits with the words ‘No Actors, No Scripts, No Fake Emotions’.

Also included as a ’guest’ of the programme is Katja and Julius Feldmeier’s documentary 6Minuten66, in which 15 directors explore the question of whether cinema is dying as an art form and language. …

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