It’s the time when we talk about which Latin American, and Spanish in Berlinale are being featured. From 22/02 to 1/3, films from all over the world are taking over in Berlin. And it’s quite interesting that this year, Berlinale will have a great selection of Ibero American productions that you can enjoy.
Almost 70 years have gone by since right after the end of the war, in 1951 the first Berlinale kicked off. Many things have passed: the rise of the wall and subsequent fall, the unification of Germany and Berlin becoming a united city once again after years of one half being left in shadows. Just last year, the 30th anniversary of the Mauerfall was celebrated in a week of joy, remembrance, and art all over town.
Also, since the 50’s, Latin American history radically changed forever with the rise of fascism and dictatorships all over the continent, to the restoration of democracy in some countries. Latin American literature boom, Latin Rock, and Latin American movies making it to the Oscars, and so much more. The history of such a complex society of almost half-billion population has a unique look and craft for arts. So, without further ado, check the low down of Latin American Films in Berlinale 70.
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