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Agnieszka Gratza rounds up the most daring new movies in the festival’s ‘most daring section’.
From a prize-winning study of maternal love to a day in the life of Radio France, Geoff Andrew finds much to enjoy at this year’s Berlinale.
Alex Gibney’s exposé of child abuse in the Catholic Church finds the institution seeing (and even breeding) evil while speaking none of it. By Philip Kemp.
Paul Dano’s prodigal father is just another distillation of the Korean-American writer-director’s ongoing preoccupation with truant parents, she confesses to Sam Wigley.
The festival’s ‘Journey into Indigenous Cinema’ strand found common ground (and tone) from Canada to New Zealand.
Shane Danielsen wonders why we are stripping the lustre from our screen stars.