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Spanish story of threatened household farm wins Berlinale’s Golden Bear

Spanish story of threatened household farm wins Berlinale’s Golden Bear

BERLIN (REUTERS) – Spanish director Carla Simon’s movie Alcarras, which explores the divisions ripped right into a close-knit household of Catalan farmers who face eviction from their ancestral plot, gained the Berlin Movie Competition’s prime prize on Wednesday (Feb 16).

Simon herself grew up on a peach farm within the village of Alcarras, and her movie was made utilizing novice actors from that space whom she recruited at village gala’s and coached into taking part in a number of generations of a household of smallholders.

Saying the very best movie award, the competition’s first since returning to in-person screenings after final yr’s coronavirus-enforced break, jury president M. Evening Shyamalan praised her talent in marshalling highly effective performances from a forged that ranged from little one actors to individuals of their 80s.

“This can be a movie about household relationships, their generational tensions, gender roles and the significance of unity in instances of disaster,” she wrote in her portrait of the movie.

“This can be a reflection on the necessity of adaptation, as we painting the final days of a universe that its inhabitants believed to be everlasting,” in accordance with Simon.

Throughout an emotional ceremony by which a number of winners devoted awards to mates who had died of Covid-19, the very best documentary award went to Myanmar Diaries, a documentary shot by 10 nameless filmmakers whose footage was smuggled out and stitched right into a portrait of life in Myanmar since final yr’s coup.

Amid tensions and shuttle diplomacy centering on Russia’s intentions towards Ukraine, some awards did replicate the Berlinale’s conventional position as a political competition, arrange within the Fifties in a divided metropolis on the entrance traces of the Chilly Conflict.

The perfect brief movie was awarded to current graduate Anastasia Veber’s Entice, a 20-minute portrait of the lives of younger adults in Russia who get together the nights away, chasing hedonism and making an attempt to evade police checks.

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