The 69th annual Berlin International Film Festival took place from 7 to 17 February 2019. French actress Juliette Binoche served as the Jury President. Lone Scherfig's drama film The Kindness of Strangers opened the festival. The Golden Bear was won by Israeli-French drama Synonyms directed by Nadav Lapid, which also served as the closing film of the festival.
The Berlin International Film Festival was founded in West Berlin in 1951, with film historian Dr. Alfred Bauer as its first director, a position he would hold until 1976. Alfred Hitchcock's Rebecca opened the first festival which ran from June 6–17th. Bauer was succeeded by film journalist Wolf Donner in 1976.
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Mr Jones (2019 film) Mr Jones. (2019 film) Mr Jones ( Polish: Obywatel Jones; Ukrainian: Ціна правди) is a 2019 biographical thriller film directed by Agnieszka Holland. It was selected to compete for the Golden Bear at the 69th Berlin International Film Festival. The film loosely tells the story of Gareth Jones, a journalist from Wales, who in 1933 travels to the Soviet Union and uncovers the truth about the Holodomor, the devastating famine in Ukraine in which millions died.
Director and screenwriter Claudio Giovannesi and actors Viviana Aprea, Francesco Di Napoli and Arthem Tkachuk arrive for the screening of the movie 'La Paranza dei Bambini' (Piranhas) at the 69th Berlinale International Film Festival in Berlin, Germany, February 12, 2019.