Just like world premieres and debut films, retrospection is an important part of the Berlinale. Therefore, this blog shouldn't be shy of presenting a late recap of our Short Talks 2012 interviews.
Love Games) is from the Republic of Korea. Hirofumi Nakamoto (The Silent Passenger) comes from Japan. The three of us communicate with the help of two interpreters who translate to English and German.
Kwaku Ananse is Akosua Adoma Owusu's cinematic adaptation of a popular fable from Ghana. I've met the director along with her associate producer Sumie García and production manager William Boateng at the Marriott Hotel close-by Potsdamer Platz.
Posted by Daniel Pook at 7:49 AM
Labels: 63. Berlin International Film Festival, Akosua Adoma Owusu, Berlinale, Berlinale 2013, Forst, Interviews, Kwaku Ananse, Short Talks, Short Talks 2013, Short Talks PURE, Sumie Garcia, Ulu Braun, William Boateng
Location: Marriott Hotel, Potsdamer Platz, Berlin
Echo to us - in black and white. During the interview the German animation artist briefly hits on a topic, that recently became the center of media attention after the Berlinale 2013.
"Amazing, there's still so much to discover at the Shorts."