Berlinale Blogger

Berlinale Blogger 2018 Grafik: Lea Delazer © Goethe-Institut

Screenland flocks to Berlin: The 68th Berlinale takes place between the 15th and 25th of February. Ten bloggers and film journalists from all over the world cover the international film festival as Berlinale Bloggers for the Goethe-Institut. Blogging for Australia for the second time is Brisbane-based film critic Sarah Ward.

In 2018 the Berlinale Bloggers are from Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, Egypt, Germany, Greece, Italy, Japan and the United Kingdom.

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Our 2018 Berlinale bloggers

Grace Barber-Plentie Foto: © Privat

Great Britain
Grace Barber-Plentie

is a London-based freelance film journalist.

Gerasimos Bekas Foto: Vangelis Patsialos

Greece
Gerasimos Bekas

is an author and playwright in Germany and Greece.

Jutta Brendemühl Photo: Goethe-Institut

Canada
Jutta Brendemühl

is programme curator of the Goethe-Institut Toronto and blogger at GermanFilm@Canada.

Philipp Bühler Photo: © Private

Germany
Philipp Bühler

has been reporting on the Berlinale as a freelance film critic since 2000.

Yun-hua Chen Photo: © Private

China
Yun-hua Chen

is a film scholar, critic, author and co-host of the film podcast "Reel Chats".

Andrea D'Addio Photo: © Private

Italy
Andrea D’Addio

covers international film festivals for Italian and German media.

Camila Gonzatto Photo: © Private

Brazil
Camila Gonzatto

is a screenwriter and director for film and television.

Ahmed Shawky Photo: © Private

Egypt
Ahmed Shawky

writes as an independent critic at international and Arab film festivals.

Hikaru Suzuki Foto privata

Japan
Hikaru Suzuki

is a Japanese filmmaker who has been living in Berlin since 2012.

Sarah Ward Photo: © Darren Ward

Australia
Sarah Ward

is a freelance film critic for Screen International, ArtsHub and others.

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