Kino in Brief
Maria Dragus shone as a parson's daughter in the award-winning historical drama "The White Ribbon" by master director Michael Haneke. Now she's a Shooting Star at the Berlinale. The jury said, "Her personality permeates her work with a quiet strength that demands our attention." In our Kino interview the young actress talks about what it's like to be a Shooting Star.
For nearly fifty years, he's been the critical voice of British cinema. Now Ken Loach is being honored with a Golden Bear for lifetime achievement. He brings the hardships of ordinary people to the screen, such as the struggle of a mother for custody of her children and the descent of a working class family into homelessness. Kino meets the combative director at the Berlinale.
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