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Amir Soltaniis covering the Berlin International Film Festival.

The Berlinale officially closes today.Although we're not yet finished with our coverage – a couple of interviews still to come – it's the perfect time to look back and discuss the festival's awards.In my review of Gianfranco Rosi's exquisite new film,Fire at Sea,I noted that it would be a shock for the film to leave the Berlinale empty-handed.Lo and behold,the festival's jury,headed by Meryl Streep,agreed with the sentiment,and rightly awarded the competition's best film with the Golden Bear.

The festival's unofficial theme – repeated across press releases and around the festival hub – was refugees and immigrants.Much as Rosi's impressive constructed,morally compelling and profoundly moving film might have benefited from that,however,it was hard to ignore the fact that its reception by critics and audiences simply towered above any other film playing in any program in Berlin.The theory among critics was that if another film were to win,it would beMia Hansen-Løve'sL'Avenirwould be it.With critics near-unanimously calling it the director's best work yet,and with four women on a jury of seven,the Isabel Huppert vehicle was likely to find favour,and indeed it nabbed the best director prize.[More...]

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