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Berlinale Competition Films - Today - February 10th

The Dinner - D: Oren Moverman /USA 2017/ English with Richard Gere, Laura Linney, Steve Coogan, Rebecca Hall, Chloë Sevigny
Milena Canonero
Berlinale Director Dieter Kosslick says: "Milena Canonero is an extraordinary costume designer. With her designs she has contributed decisively to the style of many cinematic masterpieces. With this year's Homage... read more
Charlotte Mickie
Following A24's acquisition of the U.S. and Chinese Distribution rights to Joshua Z Weinstein's compelling father/son drama Menashe, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival. Charlotte Mickie... read more
Danielle Raaphorst
Danielle Raaphorst, CEO of Dutch-based Incredible Film, has three new thought-provoking films and the documentary It Hurts So Much, available for the international marketplace at the European Film Market (EFM)... read more
Pedro Almodóvar
The flamboyant icon and beloved preserver of the Spanish cinema, world-renowned director and screenwriter Pedro Almodovar will preside as the next President of the Jury for the Festival International du Film de Cannes, which will be celebrating its 70th edition. Responding ... read more
Christoph Terhechte
The Forum of the 67th Berlinale programme shines a light on the sheer wealth and depth of forms employed by the documentary, including films from Southeast Asia, Europe, North America, Latin America, the Middle East and Africa. The spectrum could hardly be broader, encompassing institutional portraits, long-term observational... read more
Annie Goldson
Kim Dotcom: Caught in the Web, the latest documentary from award winning filmmaker Annie Goldson that details the battle between Dotcom and the US government and entertainment industry being fought out... read more
Adrian Politowski
Ramping up its global reach and expanding its television business portfolio, Umedia has acquired Brussels-based television production company Be-FILMS. Founded in 2004, Be-FILMS has matured into the leading French speaking Belgian producer of scripted television content. The acquisition further strengthens Umedia's... read more
Sun Moon
In line with several western based media entities in the Asian region beefing up the two way stream of international content - Edward Sabin, Executive Managing Director, International, A+E Networks announced... read more
Cyrus Farrokh
On the heels of launching its international division and the appointment of Cyrus Farrokh at the helm, global indie studio Propagate entered into a new partnership with Caracol, initiated by Chairman and Co-CEO Ben Silverman and Howard T. Owens, Co-CEO. Through... read more
Johanna Byer
Expanding the Gaumont footprint in the USA, Christophe Riandee, Vice CEO of Gaumont, has established a feature film division and appointed feature film executive Johanna Byer as the newly-created position of... read more

Nansun Shi Hong Kong Awarded Berlinale Camera
Nansun Shi
Renowned international producer distributor Nansun Shi based in Asia is one of the most influential individuals in the international film industry. In the 1970s, following her studies in statistics and computer science in London, and before starting her career as a film producer, she was engaged in the field of television in Hong Kong. In 1984, after working as executive director for Cinema City Studios for a number of years, Nansun Shi and renowned director Tsui Hark, founded the production company Film Workshop. It wasn't long before its name was associated with hits at the box office. Their biggest international successes in this include A Better Tomorrow (1986) by John Woo; Once Upon a Time in China (1991) with Jet Li; and Seven Swords (2005), both of which were directed by Tsui Hark. Produced in 2002, the multiple prize-winning thriller Infernal Affairs was the film on which Martin Scorsese based The Departed (2006). In addition, as co-founder of Distribution Workshop, she was committed to her role as distributor of Chinese-language films. She was the Vice Chairman of the Media Asia Group, one of the largest Asian film studios. In 2011 she served on the jury of the International Film Festival in Cannes, and in 2014 she received the Best Independent Producer Award in Locarno. In 2013 the French government honoured Nansun with the title of Officier de I'Ordre des Arts et des Lettres; in 2015 the Udine Far East Film Festival, with the Golden Mulberry Life Time Achievement Award. She has close ties with the Berlinale: in 2007 she was a member of the International Jury, and since then has been a regular guest at the Festival. In 2011 she presented Late Autumn (dir: Kim Tae-Yong) in the Forum; and in 2012 Flying Swords of Dragon Gate (dir: Tsui Hark) in the Competition section, where it screened out of competition. Most recently, she produced The Taking of Tiger Mountain, which was a hit in China. Today Nansun Shi will be awarded the Berlinale Camera in the cinema at the Martin-Gropius-Bau at 12.30 pm on Friday. Fred Tsui will give a speech in her honour. First awarded in 2016, this prestigious prize will now be presented annually to a producer.

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Eolomea - On Body and Soul
Berlinale Retrospective 2017: Eolomea DDR 1972/by - Herrmann Zschoche Wsewolod Sanajew, Iwan Andonow, © DEFA-Stiftung Alexander Kühn 201702302 3.
Berlinale Retrospective 2017: Testrol és lélekrol | On Body and Soul/HUN 2017/ D: Ildikó Enyedi.
The Retrospective 2017 of the 67th Berlin International Film Festival is dedicated to science fiction films, one of the most visually stunning and spectacular genres in the history of film. This year's Retrospective will showcase imaginary worlds in an imperfect future, the way the science fiction genre has conceived of them since its beginnings, with a focus on two themes - the society of the future, and the strange and Other. A total of 27 international features, including classics, cult films, and largely unknown productions from places like Japan, as well as Central and Eastern Europe will make up the 2017 Retrospective. "Science fiction is one of the most commercially successful film genres. The possible worlds on Earth or in space open up a vast scope for re-defining questions of collective visions and fears. So as a mirror for society's public debates, science fiction films are enormously topical," says Festival Director Dieter Kosslick.

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