Someone once asked, what’s so good about a goodbye? And today, as the Teddy team is saying it on the last day of Berlinale, we can whole-heartedly say that it’s a good goodbye because we’re grateful to have had the chance to experience this wonderful event with all of you Teddy fans, helping us in contributing for more tolerance acceptance, solidarity and equality in society. And besides, this goodbye is not forever! We’ll see each other again next year, right? But since we still have a whole day to indulge films, let’s just save our farewells after we watch some more movies, don’t you agree? So, here are the rescreens for today, make sure you use your time wisely, IT’S THE LAST DAY!
We’re almost at the end of the Berlinale and if you’re sad because you missed out on yesterday’s fun, don’t be! We will be posting everything very soon. You can watch the live broadcast recordings on YouTube and Facebook and you can also see the pictures on our social media! and for you who were there, hope you had a good time, we told you it would’ve been awesome! Anyway, enough about yesterday, today we still have movie screenings all around Berlin. Just go through the list and see which ones are not yet stroked out out of your to watch list, and find when and where to watch them. Have fun!
Woohoo! Do you know what special day today is? Well of course you do, it’s Teddy day! This is going to be a history-making event, because the 33rdTeddy award is going to blast you off the roofs! Artists, movies, performances, everything and more during the award ceremony starting at 21.00 at the Volksbühne. You know you’re excited! And it doesn’t end there, the after-show party, of which you’ve surely heard of, is going to start at 23.30 right after the ceremony ends. Hopefully you’ve got your tickets and already know what to wear, we’re so excited to see you there. But in the meantime, we’ve got one new movie we want you to see and several rescreens you could binge on.
Jean loves Laura; he is also in a relationship with Samy, and HIV-positive. The three exhaust themselves on a rollercoaster ride of feverish emotions, electrified by longing and a raging lust for life, walking the line between passion and destruction.
Well well, it’s that time of the year again.. Happy Valentine’s day to all Teddy fans! We’ll be sharing much more than love with all of you today. You’re probably gonna guess that today is the day for all lovey-dovey romantic movies. But worry not, we won’t be that mainstream! A broad selection is always available here, you’ve probably learnt that already by now. Anyhow, don’t these titles sound just a bit familiar? That’s right, you’ve seen them before right here on Teddy Today, because Rescreens are coming your way! This is the perfect day for you to catch up on the movies you’ve missed during the first week, everybody deserves a second chance..
Your thirst for movie will again be satisfied, because we’re not letting you get dry today, not even close! In fact, we have so much to offer today that we’re going to flood you with all the colors of the rainbow. And if this doesn’t make you want to just devour everything, then you’re doing something wrong. Today is one of the last days of first-time screeners, from tomorrow on you’ll get the chance to catch up on what you’ve missed. So grab that check list and start planning your movie day! Surely you wouldn’t want to miss anything And while we’re at it, I’d like to remind you of our Queer Academy Summit today. We’ll be starting at 11 am in the Berliner Freiheit. Be sure to check out the Summit’s Facebook Event for more information about the panel topics and participants – the entry is free!
A lesbian obsessively but tenderly relives the night she has just spent with a straight woman which has gone nowhere, just like the cul-de-sacs of San Francisco that seem to reflect her own unfulfilled expectations.
In four short films, three women and a transgender man from New York talk about their sexuality. The subjects unfiltered testimonials turn their “female misbehaviour” into a demonstration of female self-empowerment.
This film is a touching study of a microcosm which represents an entire society; a human mosaic of personal and political stories in which smouldering conflicts and heated discussions come together to form a multifaceted whole.
Based on true events, Isabel Coixet’s film makes use of black-and-white images and letters for her empathetic rendition of the story of Elisa Sánchez Loriga and Marcela Gracia Ibeas, who tied the knot in the church of San Jorge in A Coruña in Spain in 1901.