berlinale 2016

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Berlinale

BERLINALE 2016: MAQUINARIA PANAMERICANA BY JOAQUÍN DEL PASO

By Tara Judah

Returning to Maquinaria Panamericana’s management’s opening remarks, the day’s end shows that the workers have not grown, even if they enjoyed the journey. Above all else, first time filmmaker Joaquin del Paso makes his intention clear: there certainly is cause for panic if this is the life in front of you.

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BERLINALE 2016: ELDORADO XXI BY SALOMÉ LAMAS

By Tara Judah

With Eldorado XXI, Salomé Lamas (Terra de ninguém, No Man’s Land, 2013) has created a docu-tragedy; she captures the landscape at its iciest, greyest and most eerie. The town, nestled in the heights of the Peruvian Andes, is almost invisible at first glance, but Lamas lets the camera linger long enough to ensure we get the picture.

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BERLINALE 2016: LILY LANE

By Tara Judah

Lily Lane (Liliom Ösvény, 2016) is the modern metamorphosed child of the Brothers’ Grimm. Rebeka (Angéla Stefanovics), separated from her husband and searching for her estranged father after her mother’s death, tells her son a disturbing tale about a Huntsman, a Fairy and a Fox.

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