Berlinale's House of Talents

Berlinale's House of Talents

The Nature of Collaborations

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In this episode, we take a closer look at some of the different stations involved in the making of a movie. Cinematographers, screenwriters, and production designers pitch in as we travel through the Berlinale Talents archive to understand what it takes to carry a director’s vision to the big screen. The pros we talked to – visionaries like Josephine Decker, Agnès Godard or Uli Hanisch – are clear on one aspect of filmmaking: the virtue of collaboration.

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About this podcast

Every February, Berlinale Talents becomes home to the world’s most promising filmmakers. It’s a one-of-a-kind forum for film professionals and cinema lovers alike, nested within the Berlin International Film Festival, where a global vision for the cinema of the future is built and shared. Berlinale’s House of Talents Podcast plunges you into this world. Join us from this special vantage point as we look into the making of the magic we call cinema, featuring stimulating conversations with internationally acclaimed filmmakers and artists from the Berlinale Talents archive.
Berlinale’s House of Talents is one of the Berlinale podcasts and brought to you in cooperation with Goethe-Institut.

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