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    Steven Yates

    Steven Yates se graduó en Cine y Letras en la Universidad de Kent y obtuvo un M.A. en Estudios cinematográficos y de televisión en la Universidad Westminster de Londres. Ha trabajado como periodista freelance desde 1998, publicando en todo el mundo, tanto libros para Wallflower Press, como en revistas y webs, incluyendo Film International, theartsdesk.com, Vertigo y Afterimage. Vive en Berlín desde 2008, es miembro de FIPRESCI (Federación internacional de críticos de cine), ha sido jurado de numerosos festivales de cine, desde 2002, y también es editor supervisor de su web.

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  • Dance Fight Love Die – With Mikis Theodorakis on the Road (2017)

    Dance Fight Love Die – With Mikis Theodorakis on the Road (2017)

    There is currently a celebration of the life of Greek composer Mikis Theodorakis in Germany with a documentary film which is having screenings in selected cinemas. Being that both the composer and director have had big connections with Germany, it seemed the most appropriate or obvious place to celebrate his life and work outside of

  • 68 Berlinale: Huppert excels in “Eva”

    68 Berlinale: Huppert excels in “Eva”

    At the 2014 Berlinale, there was an excellent film called ’71 that was set during the Bloody Sunday Massacre in Northern Ireland in 1971. A compelling and often scary film, it was a worthy entry into the competition section. Back in 1996, the film Michael Collins was a biopic detailing what happened during the Easter

  • Wes Anderson’s ‘Isle of Dogs’ is a Berlinale First Day Success

    Wes Anderson’s ‘Isle of Dogs’ is a Berlinale First Day Success

    The Berlinale Opening Films and Red Carpet related films, usually Out of Competition and on a comparatively less demanding first day, are usually a light and intended entertaining affair that is more geared to putting critics and audiences in feel-good festival mood rather than deliberately typifying what the Berlinale is chiefly concerned with in terms

  • The Wonderful and Frightening Life of Mark E. Smith: A Reflection and Appreciation

    The Wonderful and Frightening Life of Mark E. Smith: A Reflection and Appreciation

    Cantankerous, Curmudgeon, Oddity, Charming, Self-Abuser, Belligerent and Humorous are just some words that can be used to describe the enigmatic genius of outsider artist Mark E. Smith, front man and sole permanent member of Mancunian Post-Punk music group The Fall from their incarnation in 1976 to their inevitable end when Smith passed away at home

  • Bowie in Berlin: A New Career in a New Town

    Bowie in Berlin: A New Career in a New Town

    Two years after his death, David Bowie still excites an ongoing fascination for the music he produced in his career and the sumptuously re-packaged (not to mention expensive) recently released anthology box sets of his back catalogue on vinyl and CD are continuing evidence of the excellent body of work he recorded. In truth, although

  • 52nd Karlovy Vary (30 June – 8 July, 2017): East of the West Competition

    52nd Karlovy Vary (30 June – 8 July, 2017): East of the West Competition

    Amongst the many different new films and retrospectives, some were in competition and also included debuts by new filmmakers. The East of the West Competition section consisted mostly of debut films from Eastern Europe and beyond, taking in a geographical panorama from Estonia: The End of the Chain (Keti lõpp) and The Man Who Looks

  • 52nd Karlovy Vary Impressions (30 June – 8 July, 2017)

    52nd Karlovy Vary Impressions (30 June – 8 July, 2017)

    It has been around for 52 editions, and coming here for the first time feels like being central to the glitz and the glamour one would expect from a bestowed A-List film festival. Whatever first impressions might be, however, that would take credit away from what is an extensive program of carefully considered and chosen

  • “El Bar”: El terror

    “El Bar”: El terror

    Los que están familiarizados con el cine de Álex de la Iglesia deberían saber qué esperar del asociado de Pedro Almodóvar, cuya carrera como director se ha extendido desde hace 24 años, cuando  Acción Mutante (1993), fue producida por el manchego. Desde entonces, este enfant terrible del cine español nos ha “entretenido” con sus espeluznantes tragicomedias,

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