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The Berlinale's Adaptability in Acknowledging Auteurs Of
The Cinema: Theo Angelopoulos & Vadim Glowna Special
Screenings Dedicated To The Memory of Their Work.
 

Theo Angelopoulos and Vadim Glowna
  
It's one of the reasons why Dieter Kosslick and his team in all the sections of the Berlinale are held in esteem by the film community. Their collective ability to act, accommodate and recognize in the program the great auteurs of worldwide film acknowledges the filmmakers' wealth of contribution to cinema, from political prisoners to those that have passed. On the occasion of the death of Theo Angelopoulos and Vadim Glowna, the Berlin International Film Festival will be presenting two special screenings in this year's program.

Since the beginning of the 1970s Theo Angelopoulos has been regarded as one of Europe's major directors of auteur cinema. A guest at the Berlin International Film Festival many times, most recently, Theo Angelopoulos presented I skoni tou chronou (The Dust of Time) in the Berlinale Competition 2009.

The Berlinale will show Trilogia: To livadi pou dakrisi (Trilogy: The Weeping Meadow) in a special screening – in the original version with German subtitles - at the CinemaxX 9 at Potsdamer Platz on February 16, 2012 at 9pm. Greek author Petros Markaris, who worked with Angelopoulus on many of his film scripts, and Phoebe Economopoulos, widow and producer of many of his films, are expected to attend the screening.

Actor and director Vadim Glowna was a prominent figure of New German Cinema. Starting in the 1960s, character actor Glowna played in more than 160 film and television productions, and performed on stage for many noted directors. He won the Golden Camera at Cannes in 1981 for his directorial debut, Desperado City. Vadim Glowna was a constant companion of the Berlin International Film Festival and a member of the International Jury in 1989. In memory of Vadim Glowna, the Berlinale will present Desperado City, in cooperation with the Deutsche Filmakademie, at the Filmkunst 66 in Charlottenburg as part of the initiative Berlinale goes Kiez on February 11, 2012 at 8pm.

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