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Berlinale Blogger

Berlin Hosts the Film World: The 68th Berlinale will take place from 15 to 25 February. Ten bloggers and film journalists from around the world will report as Berlinale bloggers for the Goethe-Institut on the international film festival - from a multinational perspective.

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

Berlinale Blogger 2018Grafik: Lea Delazer © Goethe-Institut

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    Our 2018 Berlinale bloggers

    Grace Barber-PlentieFoto: © Privat

    Great Britain
    Grace Barber-Plentie

    lives and works in London. There she writes among other things about questions of high and pop culture.

    Gerasimos BekasFoto: Vangelis Patsialos

    Greece
    Gerasimos Bekas

    is an author and playwright in Germany and Greece.

    Jutta BrendemühlFoto: Goethe-Institut

    Canada
    Jutta Brendemühl

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

    Philipp BühlerFoto: © Privat

    Germany
    Philipp Bühler

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

    Yun-hua ChenFoto: © Privat

    China
    Yun-hua Chen

    writes for a variety of magazines and gives lectures at international film seminars.

    Andrea D'AddioFoto: © Privat

    Italy
    Andrea D'Addio

    covers international film festivals for Italian and German media.

    Camila GonzattoFoto: © Privat

    Brazil
    Camila Gonzatto

    is a screenwriter and director for film and television.

    Ahmed ShawkyFoto: © Privat

    Egypt
    Ahmed Shawky

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

    Hikaru SuzukiFoto: © Privat

    Japan
    Hikaru Suzuki

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

    Sarah WardFoto: © Darren Ward

    Australia
    Sarah Ward

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

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