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Berlinale: Top 10 & Coverage Roundup

A listing of our coverage of the 2021 Berlin International Film Festival, including favorite films.
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Above: What Do You See When You Look at the Sky?
AWARDSGolden Bear for Radu Jude's Bad Luck Banging or Loony Porn
TOP PICKS
DANIEL KASMAN
1. What Do You See When You Look at the Sky?
2. Petite maman
3. Limbo
4. Bad Luck Banging or Loony Porn
5. The Girl and the Spider
6. Azor
7. Wheel of Fortune and Fantasy
8. Mr. Bachmann and His Class
9. Fabian - Going to the Dogs
10. Just a Movement
ELA BITTENCOURT
1. Fury is a Feeling Too
2. Bad Luck Banging or Loony Porn
3. What Do We See When We Look at the Sky?
4. We
5. Tzarevna Scaling
6. The Girl and the Spider
7. Taste
8. Ski
9. Manual for an Occupation: The First 54 Years
10. TIE: Mr. Bachmann and His Class | As I Want
COVERAGE
DANIEL KASMAN
From Where They Stood (Christopher Cognet, France)
Fabian - Going to the Dogs (Dominik Graf, Germany)
The Girl and the Spider (Ramon and Silvan Zürcher, Germany)
What Do We See When We Look at the Sky? (Alexandre Koberidze, Georgia)
Wheel of Fortune and Fantasy (Ryusuke Hamaguchi, Japan)
Mr. Bachmann and His Class (Marie Speth, Germany)
Azor (Andreas Fontana, Switzerland)
Limbo (Soi Cheang, Hong Kong)
Just a Movement (Julian Meessen, Belgium)
ELA BITTENCOURT
Taste (Lê Bảo, Vietnam)
Bad Luck Banging or Loony Porn (Radu Jude, Romania)
Petite maman (Céline Sciamma, France)
We (Alice Diop, France)
Ski (Manque La Banca, Argentina)
Tzarevna Scaling (Uldus Bakhtiozina, Russia)
Fury Is a Feeling Too (Cynthia Beatt, West Germany)
DIALOGUES
Evan Morgan and Sean Gilman on Introduction (Hong Sang-soo, South Korea)
INTERVIEWS
by Jordan Cronk
by Matt Turner

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