Critics in favor of “Toni Erdmann” as Best Foreign Language Movie
Palm Springs. At the 28th “Palm Springs International Film Festival” (PSIFF, USA, January 2-16, 2017), the FIPRESCI Jury focused on the films submitted to the Best Foreign Language Film category of the Academy Awards and presented the “International Critics’ Prize (FIPRESCI Prize) for the Best Foreign Language Film of the Year (2016)” to Maren Ade’s “Toni Erdmann” – “for its originality, human complexity and unique tonal orchestration that seems natural and uncalculated. It is also an observant look at corporate culture carried by two wonderful performances.” See our reports on the festivals of Cannes 2016 and Palm Springs 2017.
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Indictment for "Cuties"
Berlin 2021 – Conference on Film Criticism
European Discovery 2020, Nominations
Appeal of the Directorate of the Minsk IFF Listapad
Warsaw Critics Project 2020
FIPRESCI Honors Ken Loach
Berlinale Talent Press 2021
Ronald Bergan 1937 – 2020
Controversy at the Cairo International Film Festival
Peter van Bueren, 1942 – 2020
Nelson Hoineff 1948 - 2019
Siegfried Kracauer Prize 2019
Six Debut Films Nominated for the European Film Awards 2019
Rotterdam Young Film Critics Traineeship
Warsaw Critics Project
Grand Prix 2019: "Roma"
Cüneyt Cebenoyan, 1960 - 2019
Néjib Ayed, 1953 - 2019
Berlinale Talent Press 2019 Call
Critics Jury at the Montreal Festival du Nouveau Cinéma