The 11-day event, Europe’s first major cinema showcase of the year, kicked off with the warmly-received world premiere of acclaimed US director Wes Anderson’s new animated feature “Isle of Dogs”. Actors Bryan Cranston, Jeff Goldblum and Bill Murray, who voice the pack of pooches in the movie, told AFP that the time had come to revolutionise the approach to sex and power.
With the global cinema industry in turmoil over allegations of rampant sexual misconduct, the 11-day event will seek a delicate balance between Hollywood glamour and frank debate in the wake of powerful producer Harvey Weinstein’s downfall. Bryan Cranston, Oscar-nominee Greta Gerwig, Bill Murray, Tilda Swinton, Jeff Goldblum and Liev Schreiber, who voice the pack of pooches and the humans who love them in Anderson’s movie, are expected on the Berlinale red carpet for the world premiere.
This month's Berlin film festival, Europe's first major cinema showcase in the wake of the Harvey Weinstein revelations, will spotlight sexual misconduct in the industry.Kosslick added that four of the 19 films in competition for the Golden Bear, the festival's top prize, were directed by women.In 2017 Hungary's "On Body and Soul" won the festival's Golden Bear and has since been nominated for the Academy's best foreign language film Oscar.
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