Talent Press, an initiative of Berlinale Talents in collaboration with FIPRESCI and the Goethe-Institut, is a platform for up-and-coming film critics and journalists from around the globe to deepen their knowledge of current trends in world cinema.
Selected by an international jury, eight film critics are invited to Berlin to review films and events across the festival.
Under the tutelage of prominent film critics they share their impressions and insights through their articles for the Berlinale Talents website and those of its partners – FIPRESCI and Goethe-Institut.
The young film critics:
Debbie Zhou (Australia)
Adina Glickstein (US)
Rodrigo Antonio Garay Ysita (Mexico)
Jakob Åsell (Sweden)
Sadia Khalid (Bangladesh)
Lili Paula Sonnele Hering (Austria/Germany)
Savina Petkova (Bulgaria)
Maja Klaudia Korbecka (Poland)
Letters from Berlin
Review: "First Cow" (2)
Review: "First Cow" (1)
Review: "Swimming Out Till the Sea Turns Blue"
Review: "Nackte Tiere"
Review: "Always Amber"
Review: "Mogul Mowgli"
Review: "The Calming"
"Ouvertures" Reviewed by Savina Petkova
"Ouvertures" Reviewed by Adina Glickstein
On Film Criticism: Maja Klaudia Korbecka
On Film Criticism: Savina Petkova
On Film Criticism: Lili Hering
On Film Criticism: Sadia Khalid
On Film Criticism: Jakob Asell
On Film Criticism: Rodrigo Antonio Garay Ysita
On Film Criticism: Adina Glickstein
On Film Criticism: Debbie Zhou