Claire Denis, Peter Strickland and Andrew Dominik will present new films at the 2022 Berlin Film Festival

After a virtual festival in 2021, it’s no surprise the team are keen to get back to the cinema – and they’ve secured an intriguing line-up full of familiar names as well as some new faces. As if that wasn’t enough, a new Lucretia Martel short, entitled North Terminal, will also premiere. Special presentations will include Quentin Dupieux’s Incredible But True, Imitation Game director Graham Moore’s The Outfit, and Dario Argento’s first directorial effort in 10 years, Dark Glasses. Perhaps the most high profile title in the competition is Claire…

A Journal for Jordan

We then see the couple fall in love, cope with the strain of distance, along with how Dana learns to cope with the emptiness caused by her beloved’s untimely death. Denzel set the bar high after successfully bringing a Pulitzer Prize-winning play to screen. A Journal for Jordan Review by Marina Ashioti Share this Directed by Denzel Washington Starring Chanté Adams Michael B Jordan Anticipation. Solely relying on Dana’s subjective and romanticised memories, it makes sense that the narrative would paint Charles with such idealistic brushstrokes, but by denying him…

Brian Wilson: Long Promised Road

While having lunch at a diner, he mentions offhand that he feels like he hasn’t talked to a real friend in three years, a shattering divulgence he nonetheless makes in an unaffected voice obscuring his emotion. And so the new documentary from Brent “No Relation” Wilson arrives with the promise of a more candid, intimate look at a man reluctant to bare the innermost parts of himself. It’s revealing, if only of how opaque Wilson is. After years of reclusion and instability, he’s gotten back on an even keel in…

Bong Joon-ho has lined up Robert Pattinson for his next sci-fi epic

When he dies, his body is regenerated with most of its memory intact, Mickey having already undergone this procedure six times before. Bong Joon-ho has lined up Robert Pattinson for his next sci-fi epic The new film loosely adapts Mickey7, a to-be-released novel about a clone colonizing an ice-world. Now one of the world’s foremost directorial talents, he’s returning to the Hollywood that Snowpiercer and Okja never really conquered for another English-language project on a greater scale than ever. An exclusive from Deadline broke the news that Bong will go…