Berlinale Blog 2018 #10: CUBAN FOOD STORIES – CULINARY CINEMA

     |    Tuesday February 27th, 2018

An old Cuban proverb says, “love comes in through the kitchen door.” Film critic Andrew Horn recognizes this warm-hearted openness in Asori Soto’s “Cuban Food Stories”. There used to be a Cuban restaurant near where I live that was operated by a small collective where no one person was the dedicated cook. Whoever happened to 

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Berlinale Blog 2018 #8: SANTO VS EVIL BRAIN – Forum

     |    Sunday February 25th, 2018

A coffin with negatives, the last 20 dollars as a tip, the shooting ending in revolution? Our critic Andrew Horn today follows the intricate paths – or odyssey – of SANTO, Mexico’s early superhero, who was actually a real person. Hard to believe? Read it yourself: “When I was a kid, my father went to 

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Berlinale Blog 2018 #5: Transit – Competition

     |    Thursday February 22nd, 2018

Film critic and filmmaker Adrew Horn is reminded of CASABLANCA and PARIS WHEN IT SIZZLES by Christian Petzold’s competition entry TRANSIT. But read it yourself in the realeyz Berlinale Blog: When I was a kid, I saw a movie called “Paris When It Sizzles” with William Holden and Audrey Hepburn. Holden played a screen writer 

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Berlinale Blog 2018 #4: Genezis (Genesis) – Panorama

     |    Wednesday February 21st, 2018

Sin, catharsis and rebirth in today’s realeyz Berlinale Blog. Film critic and filmmaker Andrew Horn watched Árpád Bogdán’s Genezis at the Berlinale Panorama: The story of Árpád Bogdán’s film Genezis (Genesis) was inspired by a series of real life incidents of right wing violence against Roma communities in Hungary that took place in 2008 and 

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