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Berlinale-Blogger 2019

Each year in February the film world gathers in Berlin. 13 bloggers and film journalists from twelve countries presented their takes on the Berlinale for the Goethe-Institut.

As Berlinale bloggers, they were on the lookout for stories – on the big screen and behind the scenes.

All our impressions of the Berlinale 2019 can also be found on Instagram!

Berlinale Blogger 2019Graphic: Lea Delazer © Goethe-Institut

The Berlinale Bloggers 2019

Noha Abdel Rassou Photo: © Private

Egypt
Noha Abdelrassoul

is a freelance journalist studying European literature and media at Saarland University.

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, 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.

Ding Dawei Photo: © Private

China
Ding Dawei

is a film critic and curator of the Beijing Short Film Festival. He is based in Beijing and Paris.

Alva Gehrmann Photo: © Einar Aslaksen

Norway
Alva Gehrmann

is an author and a freelance journalist for “Frankfurter Allgemeine Sonntagszeitung”, “Spiegel Online”, among others.

Camila Gonzatto Photo: © Private

Brazil
Camila Gonzatto

is a screenwriter and director for film and television.

Man Jung Ma Photo: © Private

Taiwan
Man Jung Ma

is a freelance journalist and has already reported on the Cannes Film Festival.

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.

Joseph Walsh Photo: © Private

United Kingdom
Joseph Walsh

is a freelance film journalist and has reported for “TimeOut” and “The Guardian”, among others.

Sarah Ward Photo: © Darren Ward

Australia
Sarah Ward

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

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