The Sørfond-supported film The Heiresses by Marcelo Martinessi took home four prizes from the 68th edition of the Berlin International Film Festival.
The Sørfond-supported film Las Herederas by Marcelo Martinessi have been invited to the Competition of the 68th edition of the Berlin International Film Festival.
A good way to begin the year is to look back at all the wonderful guests we had at last year's festival.
Hala Elkoussy from Egypt visited this year's festival with her debut film, Cactus Flower supported from Sørfond. We had a chat with Elkoussy about her work as a visual artist.
We are proud to present this year’s winners of The Silver Mirror, Doc:South and the Audience Awards.
Films from the South 2017: The Argentinian director Anahí Berneri (b. 1975) visits Oslo this week with her new film Alanis, which is partaking in the main competition during this year’s Films from the South. In this interview Berneri discusses her visual philosophy, thematic exploration and the position of female directors in Argentina and internationally.
Killing Jesus is based on director Laura MOr's own brutal reality, but how much of the film is actually true?
We are introduced to a phenomenon called "land grabbing," a serious and growing problem in developing countries, in director Joakim Demmer's documentary Dead Donkey’s Fear No Hyenas.
The Argentinian director Diego Lerman (b. 1976) is participating in the main contest during this year’s festival with his award-winning film A Sort of Family. We talked with the filmmaker ahead of his Oslo-visit.
For Annemarie Jacir Palestine is a home she always carries with her. Through this prism she sees both the world and her own life, and it’s Palestine that gives her faith in humans and in the human ability to survive.
It’s finally here! The main event of the season, scratch that, the event of the year! Films From the South is coming back on 9 November, and here’s our guide to make sure you get the most out of the festival as possible!
Films from the South 2017: “Cinema does not want to be under the influence and rule of the governing body. I will continue to make my films,” says director Mohammad Rasoulof steadfastly determined. We have just received a depressing email that Rasoulof – who was supposed to be one of this year’s Films from the South-guests – has had his passport revoked in his home country Iran and is not allowed to travel to Norway.
Director Firas Fayyad’s documentary The Last Men in Aleppo is more than a personal project, it’s a passionate search to save our compassion.