More

    Berlinale documentary jury and full competition programme announced

    The Berlinale has long been committed to the diversity of documentary forms. A distinct award for the best documentary film was launched in 2017. In total, 18 documentary forms from across the 2022 Berlinale programme are nominated.

    A three-member jury will pick the winner. The jury consists of Chinese filmmaker Wang Bing, Lebanese sound designer and filmmaker Rana Eid, and German cinematographer Susanne Schüle. The award will be presented during the official Award Ceremony at the Berlinale Palast on February 16, 2022.

    The 2022 Berinale documentary competition

    • Eine deutsche Partei (A German Party) (dir. Simon Brückner) – Germany
    • À vendredi, Robinson (See You Friday, Robinson) (dir. Mitra Farahani) – France, Swizterland, Iran
    • Journal d’Amérique (American Journal) (dir. Arnaud des Pallières) – France
    • Mutzenbacher (dir. Ruth Beckermann) – Austria
    • Dreaming Walls (dir. Amélie van Elmbt, Maya Duverdier) – Belgium. France, USA, Netherlands, Sweden
    • Myanmar Diaries (dir. The Myanmar Film Collective) – Netherlands, Myanmar, Norway
    • Nelly & Nadine (dir. Magnus Gertten) – Sweden, Belgium, France
    • Nel mio nome (Into My Name) (dir. Nicolò Bassetti) – Italy
    • No U-Turn (dir. Ike Nnaebue) – Nigeria, South Africa, France, Germany
    • Für die Vielen – Die Arbeiterkammer Wien (For the Many – The Vienna Chamber of Labour) (dir. Constantin Wulff) – Austria
    • Geographies of Solitude (dir. Jacquelyn Mills) – Canada
    • Mis dos voces (My Two Voices) (dir. Lina Rodriguez) – Canada
    • Scala (dir. Ananta Thitanat) – Thailand
    • Terra que marca (Striking Land) (dir. Raul Domingues) – Portugal
    • The United States of America (dir. James Benning) – USA
    • Terykony (Boney Piles) (dir. Taras Tomenko) – Ukraine
    • Alis (dir Clare Weiskopf, Nicolas van Hemelryck) – Colombia, Chile, Romania
    • Kind Hearts (dir. Olivia Rochette, Gerard-Jan Claes) – Belgium

    DEAR READER.
    What about a subscription, for full access and 2-3 print copies in your mail a year?
    (Modern Times Review is a non-profit organisation, and really appreciate such support from our readers.) 

    Modern Times Review
    Industry news is made by us. Contact Steve Rickinson.

    Latest news

    X