The Berlinale reflects the #metoo era
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Film journalist Emma Jones speaks to Eve Jackson from the Berlin Film Festival about the prominent women in the spotlight there, former First Lady and Secretary Hillary Clinton, Helen Mirren and Cate Blanchett and reactions to the Harvey Weinstein verdict.
They also talk about the films not to miss including co-directors Benoit Delepine and Gustave Kervern’s sly, comic look at the online world "Delete History", Eliza Hittman's "Never Rarely Sometimes Always" starring Javier Bardem, Salma Hayek and Elle Fanning and "DAU Natasha," the first film to emerge from the controversial multi-million dollar DAU immersive art project co-directed by Ilya Khrzhanovsky and Jekaterina Oertel. More than 400 people cut themselves off from their daily lives and went to Ukraine to experience life as it would have been in the Soviet era.
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