Nicolas Cage and Emma Stone talk about the new Dreamworks animated film “The Croods” at the red carpet and press conference for the Berlin Film Festival, where the film had its premiere.
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Young German actress Saskia Rosendahl has just been named one of the EFP Berlinale (Berlin Film Festival) Shooting Stars for 2013. Check out our video with the actress here.
Cinema for Peace raises awareness for movies and documentaries that tackle humanitarian, environmental and political issues. Inviting key figures around the world to its annual awards ceremony and gala in Berlin, this year’s attendees included Angelina Jolie – who was honored for her directorial debut “In the Land of Blood of Honey,” Luc Besson and Michelle Yeoh (who were treated to a video cross to the Nobel prizewinner portrayed by Yeoh in Besson’s latest film, Aung San Suu Kyi).
Jolie expressed that she’s feeling nervous about debuting the film in Bosnia. “I’m nervous and excited,” she revealed. “I’ll probably cry through the entire thing. I’ll be very, very moved because, of course, a lot of the people coming are the victims of war so it’s going to be heavy.”
Brad Pitt attended the event in support of Jolie, and actors Christopher Lee and Catherine Deneuve also participated in proceedings.
Photos by Getty Images for Berlin Cinema for Peace
Now officially the top grossing Chinese film of 2011, Zhang Yimou‘s “The Flowers of War” has not been free from controversy. The film is about the Japanese invasion of Nanking. Christian Bale portrays a priest who attempts to lead Chinese women to safety after providing them refuge in his church. The film will also play the Berlin Film Festival (“Berlinale”) in February.
Check out the trailer below: