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March 5, 2021, 1:25 pm
And Maren Eggert can also look forward to a silver bear for the best acting performance, which this year was no longer awarded separately by gender. The German was honored for her role as a scientist in Maria Schrader’s “Ich bin dein Mensch”. The jury’s grand prize, and thus another Silver Bear, went to Japan, as it was given to Ryusuke Hamaguchi’s dialogue drama “Guzen to sozo”. The prizes will then be officially handed over at the second, public-open part of the Berlinale in June of this year.
Here you will find the articles for this year’s edition:
It was the first festival at which the majority of the films submitted were shot or completed during the pandemic. That also affects the films themselves.
“The pandemic was not the central theme of the films, but our everyday life in the pandemic was again and again the everyday life of the characters in the films,” Benno Feichter
Filmmakers and journalists from all over the world, full cinemas, 330,000 tickets sold and fans on the red carpet. That was the Berlinale 2020. This year, the Berlin International Film Festival was divided into two parts: From March 1st to 5th, a predominantly virtual, one-week event for the film industry took place, the festival program was only presented to a specialist audience and the press in online screenings. In June, the films are to be shown to the public in a so-called “Summer Special”.
How can you imagine the online festival in the home office?
The division of the Berlinale into a branch and public event was the best possible solution for everyone, says managing director Mariette Rissenbeek: “On the one hand, because the filmmakers absolutely need a platform for their films. On the other hand, because the people who work in the Working in the film industry, having to create the path to the cinema. “
The fact that the European film market – as the first big market of the year – can at least take place digitally is essential for the film industry. The production cycle can continue to rotate. Projects can be put on track, film rights can be traded. “So you have the opportunity to let the films travel to where they belong: on the screen,” says Rissenbeek. And those 15 films that competed for the golden bear should also be shown on the screen in June.
Probably with a view to the “Summer Special”, even if the red carpet is to be played, German cinema was strongly represented in the competition with four productions this year. Including Dominik Graf’s Erich Kästner film adaptation “Fabian or the walk to the dogs”, the new film by Maria Schrader and “Nebenan”, Daniel Brühl’s directorial debut based on a screenplay by Daniel Kehlmann.
From France, the new works by Cèline Sciamma and Xavier Beauvois will be shown. And with Radu Jude, Hong Sang-soo and Ryusuke Hamaguchi, other directors from the front row of auteur cinema are represented. International stars can mainly be found outside the competition, in “The Mauritanian” with Jodie Foster or “French Exit” with Michelle Pfeiffer.
What is really obscene? An amateurish piece of film pornography or the many moments of obvious and hidden violence in everyday Romanian life? Asks the Romanian director Radu Jude in his sarcastic society portrait “Bad Luck Banging or Loony Porn”.
Another film in the bear race was the Lebanese-French production “Memory Box”, a personal reminder of the civil war in Lebanon in the 1970s and 1980s.
“The Berlinale is the first festival at which around half of the films submitted were made during the pandemic,” says the artistic director of the Berlinale Carlo Chatrian. Although hardly any films deal specifically with the current crisis, they do deal with interpersonal relationships, the often fragile relationship between the personal and the political, the mistrust in institutions or then in the deeply private, which is becoming the focus of public debate via social media , is always inscribed a feeling of insecurity that shapes our present.
And the pandemic also appears formally in some films – as a trigger for experiments. For example in those Sciammas and Hamaguchis, each of which was filmed with a small ensemble and reduced to a few locations.
The competition jury – prominently made up of previous Golden Bear winners such as Gianfranco Rosi and Jasmila Žbanić – will see the films in Berlin next week. With the exception of Mohammad Rasoulof. He is under house arrest in Iran.
Berlinale 2021 – March 1st to 5th for the professional audience, June 9th to 20th “Summer Special” for all film lovers
Los Angeles (ots/PRNewswire) – Sharpen the blade and embark on a martial arts adventure: Blade & Soul Revolution starts worldwide
Netmarble is excited to announce that Blade & Soul Revolution, his newest open world RPG taken straight from the popular Blade & Soul MMORPG inspired for Windows PC is now available worldwide on the App Store and Google Play. To celebrate the launch, Netmarble is partnering with four famous gaming personalities – ProZD, TheLazyPeon, CynicAlex, OrangeJuiceGaming – for Blade & Soul Revolution Showdown, that on 5. March starts at 6:00 p.m. PT on the official Twitch, Facebook and YouTube channels.
Players new to the Blade & Soul IP can look forward to an updated and streamlined experience in Blade & Soul Revolutionhappy as improvements have been made to in-game hunting mechanics, player balance, and the pace of player growth to better match the sensations of western gamers. The game offers unique features like windwalk and other martial arts actions that no other game offers.
At the start, players will have access to five classes – Blade Master, Destroyer, Kung Fu Master, Force Master and Summoner. Additional information on what to expect at launch can also be found on the official website of Blade & Soul Revolution. To celebrate the launch, Netmarble has prepared a daily 7-day check-in event for four weeks with various rewards including Superior Pet Peanut, Heroic Pet Chest, and many others.
“Developing Blade & Soul Revolution was a lot of fun. Thanks to our team’s experience in developing AAA-quality mobile games like Lineage 2: Revolution and A3: Still Alive, we were once again able to take a famous IP, the MMO and RPG players around the world know and create an authentic Blade & Soul experience that everyone can enjoy, “said Andy Kang, Executive Producer of Netmarble.
Blade & Soul Revolution is an open world mobile role-playing game that implements breathtaking cinematic revenge stories based on the PC online game Blade & Soul. Staying true to its PC roots, the game features high levels of 3D graphics and rich content that have been redesigned to work flawlessly on mobile devices. It shows an Asian fantasy world with breathtaking 3D graphics, which are supported by the Unreal Engine 4, and offers massive faction battles in real time as well as an incomparable hands-on action experience.
Blade & Soul Revolution is now available as a free download (with in-app purchases) in 149 countries via the App Store, and available in 126 countries via Google Play. For more information, please follow Blade & Soul Revolution on Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube.
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A painting by former British prime minister Sir Winston Churchill has just sold for an auction record, making Angelina Jolie millions of dollars richer. The actress had offered up The Tower Of The Koutoubia Mosque, which Churchill painted in Marrakech, Morroco, during World War II. An anonymous buyer nabbed it for $9.75 million at auction in London on Monday, per the BBC. That’s almost four times the previous $2.7 million record for a Churchill painting, set at Sotheby’s in London in 2014, and well above the $3.5 million estimate. CNN reports the final purchase price after fees was $11.5 million. Two other works by Churchill sold for more than triple their estimates. “Scene at Marrakech,” painted in 1935, went for $2.6 million, while “St Paul’s Churchyard” sold for $1.5 million.
But The Tower Of The Koutoubia Mosque is the only painting Churchill completed during the war, according to Christie’s. A spokesman calls it “Churchill’s most important work,” per the BBC. It depicts “the majestic landscape of Marrakech as the sun set over the Atlas Mountains”—a scene that Churchill and US President Franklin Roosevelt reportedly viewed together after wrapping up the 1943 Casablanca Conference, antiques dealer Bill Rau tells CNN. Churchill is said to have gifted the oil painting to Roosevelt for his birthday before Roosevelt’s son sold it in the 1960s. It then sat in a closet in New Orleans until Brad Pitt purchased it in 2011 as a gift for his then-partner, per CNN. The purchase price is unclear. Pitt and Jolie separated five years later. (Churchill completed more than 500 works.)