Alex and Orla report from the 2022 Berlinale Film Festival, and introduce you to the films they loved, from Laia Costa-starrer Lullaby, to Swedish YA film about grief, Comedy Queen.
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This episode features Editor-in-Chief Alex Heeney and Executive Editor Orla Smith
On this Berlinale 2022 episode
- Related episodes (1:10)
- Joachim Trier challenge (2:14)
- What we had screeners for (5:22)
- Berlin’s films for young audiences (11:21)
- Alis (Clare Weiskopf & Nicolás van Hemelryck) (14:31)
- Comedy Queen (Sanna Lenken) (16:44)
- Lullaby (Alauda Ruiz de Azúa) (20:56)
- My Small Land (Emma Kawawada) (28:21)
- Until Tomorrow (Ali Asgari) and Millie Lies Low (Michelle Savill) 34:16
- Stay Awake (Jamie Sisly) 46:00
- Coma (Bertrand Bonello) (47:50)
- We Might as Well Be Dead (Natalia Sinelnikova) 50:26
- Creative nonfiction: Nelly & Nadine (Magnus Gertten) and Mutzenbacher (Ruth Beckermann) (52:50)
- Conclusion (1:01:55)
- Read Alex’s interview with Little Wing director Selma Vilhunen
- Take our Joachim Trier challenge, in preparation for our forthcoming ebook on Trier’s work, Existential detours: Joachim Trier’s cinema of indecisions and revisions