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Berlinale-Blogger 2020

They come from India and Poland, from Russia and Italy, from China and Australia: 17 film journalists from 14 countries and regions meet in Berlin and present their views on the Berlinale. As Berlinale bloggers they are looking for stories - on the screen and behind the scenes of the film festival, which celebrates its 70th birthday in 2020.

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The Berlinale Bloggers 2020

Jutta Brendemühl Photo (Detail): © Michelle Kay

Canada
Jutta Brendemühl

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

Philipp Bühler Photo: © Private

Germany
Philipp Bühler

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

CHEN Yun-hua

China
Yun-hua Chen

is a film scholar, curator, critic, 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.

Egor Moskvitin Photo: © Private

Russia
Egor Moskvitin

is a film critic, programme director of the “Pilot” film festival and lecturer at the Moscow Film Academy.

Sarah Ward Photo: © Darren Ward

Australia
Sarah Ward

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

Michal Zielinski Photo: © private

Poland
Michal Zielinski

is scriptwriter, journalist, former editor at Gazeta Wyborcza, Polityka Insight, among others.

Neelam Tailor Photo: © private

United Kingdom
Neelam Tailor

is a journalist specialising in pop culture, politics and gender. She currently works for the Guardian in London and wrote columns for the online and print magazine gal-dem.

Javier Estrada Photo: © private

Spain
Javier Estrada

is a film critic and Head of Programming for the Seville European Film Festival and FILMADRID.

Ieva Šukytė Photo: © private

Lithuania
Ieva Šukytė

is a freelance film journalist and art historian, covering films for online and print magazines.

Hyunjin Park Photo: © private

Korea
Hyunjin Park

has worked in South Korea as an editor specializing in visual culture and is currently studying East Asian art history in Berlin.

Gabriele Magro Photo: © private

Italy
Gabriele Magro

is a novelist and develops content for cultural institutions. He lives in Turin.

Erik Estrada Photo: © private

Mexico
Erick Estrada

works as a film critic. He was editor of the magazine 24xSegundo and founded the magazine Cinemanía and the project Cinegarage.

Willian Silveira Photo: Willian Silveira

Brazil
Willian Silveira

Willian Silveira  is a journalist writing for the Brazilian blog Estado da Arte, and has been covering Berlinale as a film critic since 2014.

Anjana Singh Photo: © private

India
Anjana Singh

is a freelance journalist and editor of an Indian newspaper. Among other things, she works as a trainer for intercultural skills and organizes the IndoGerman Film Festival in Berlin.

Arjun Pavakkulath Photo: © private

Arjun Pavakkulath

Arjun Pavakkulath lives in Berlin and is a content creator for social media.

Berlinale Blogger 2018 Art Design: Lea Delazer © Goethe-Institut

Berlinale Bloggers 2018

Berlin will be playing host to the world of film when the 68th Berlinale comes to town from 15 to 25 February 2017. On behalf of the Goethe-Institut, ten bloggers and film journalists from around the world will be our Berlinale Bloggers, reporting on the international film festival from a multinational perspective.

Berlinale Blogger 2019 Graphic: Lea Delazer © Goethe-Institut

Berlinale-Blogger 2019

Each year in February the film world gathers in Berlin. Twelve bloggers and film journalists will present their takes on the 69th Berlinale for the Goethe-Institut.

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