Berlin Film Festival


For the first time Cinémoi brings the Berlin International Film Festival to the USA. One of the three big hitting film festivals in the world, alongside Venice and Cannes. Offering a programme of diverse, independent and daring films, the 69th edition promises to delight. With 17 films in competition all looking to win the coveted Golden Bear award Join us for the Premiere of Cinémoi Goes To Berlin 2019 on February 26th. Only on Cinémoi: Verizon FiOs and Frontier channel 236, and Sling TV. And of course on the new Cinémoi App (Samsung). 

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The Jury of the 2019 Berlinale

French actress Juliette Binoche is President of the Jury at this year’s Berlin Film Festival. She has captivated audiences and critics alike in over 70 films, and has gathered numerous awards and nominations, including honours at the festivals in Berlin, Venice and Cannes.

The International Jury will decide who will receive the Golden Bear and Silver Bear of the 2019 Berlinale Competition. Other members of the jury are US film critic Justin Chang, German actress Sandra Hüller, Chilean director Sebastián Lelio, US curator and author Rajendra Roy and British actress and producer Trudie Styler.

Dieter Kosslick, Director of the Berlinale

Dieter Kosslick is the Festival director, and the 69th edition of the Berlinale is going to be his last festival after steering it to success over 18 years. His parting gift to the festival was to sign a manifesto promising 5050 x 2020 gender parity. The festival signing up to the gender equality initiative marks another signal that the days of male-dominated major film festivals are coming to an end. Indeed, we’re going to meet a majority female filmmakers in our show Cinémoi Goes To Berlin 2019.


Charlotte Rampling, Honorary Golden Bear award

Charlotte Rampling’s body of work comprises more than 100 film and television roles. She has been a guest of the Berlin International Film Festival several times; in 2006, she was president of the International Jury for the 56th Berlinale and in 2015, she won the Silver Bear for Best Actress for 45 Years (dir: Andrew Haigh). 

The 69th Berlin International Film Festival awarded the Honorary Golden Bear to British film and stage actress Charlotte Rampling for her lifetime achievement, as well as dedicating the Homage section of the programme to a selection of her films.


Cinémoi Goes to Berlin 2019

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One of the three big hitting film festivals in the world, alongside Venice and Cannes. Offering a programme of diverse, independent and daring films, the 69th edition was a delight. Get the highlights from this year’s Berlinale, and the films in competition to win the coveted Golden Bear award.

Only on Cinémoi: Verizon FiOs and Frontier channel 236, and Sling TV. And of course on the new Cinémoi App (Samsung). Don’t miss it!


Welcome to the 69th edition of the Berlin Film Festival! #1

Adam McKay & Christian Bale (Vice) #4

Teona Strugar Mitevska (God Exists, Her Name Is Petrunya) #7

The Kindness of Strangers #2

Claudio Giovannesi & Roberto Saviano (Piranhas) #5

Chiwetel Ejiofor (The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind) #8

Agnieszka Holland (Mr Jones) #3

Agnès Varda (Varda by Agnès) #6

Golden Bear winner, roundup and end credits montage.