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Wim Wenders’ 3D Drama ‘Every Thing Will Be Fine’ & New Films By Pablo Larraín & Oliver Hirschbiegel Complete Berlin Line-Up

Wim Wenders' 3D Drama 'Every Thing Will Be Fine' & New Films By Pablo Larraín & Oliver Hirschbiegel Complete Berlin Line-Up

After scoring the world premiere of Wes Anderson’s “The Grand Budapest Hotel,” 2015’s most Oscar-nominated film bar “Birdman,” The Berlin Film Festival suddenly seems to have more clout and sway than usual. The festival already has a tremendous line-up that includes anticipated new films by Terrence Malick, Werner Herzog, Anton Corbijn, Jafar Panahi and more.

Berlin announced the completion of their line-up today and there’s definitely a few more cherries to top it all off. As expected (he’s being feted by the festival), Wim Wenders 3D drama, “Every Thing Will Be Fine,” starring James Franco, Charlotte Gainsbourg and Rachel McAdams, will be part of the final line-up, but will play out of competition. Other key additions include two new unexpected films by Chilean auteurs, a documentary by Patricio Guzman titled “The Pearl Button” and a new surprise drama from Pablo Larraín (director of “No” starring Gael Garcia Bernal). German filmmaker Oliver Hirschbiegel (“Downfall”) also has a film out of competition. All and all, it’s a pretty impressive roster. Here’s the new additions:

Aferim!
Romania / Bulgaria / Czech Republic
By Radu Jude (Everybody in Our Family)
With Teodor Corban, Mihai Comanoiu, Cuzin Toma, Alexandru Dabija
World premiere

El botón de nácar (The Pearl Button) – documentary
France / Chile / Spain
By Patricio Guzmán (Nostalgia for the Light)
World premiere

El Club (The Club)
Chile
By Pablo Larraín (Tony Manero, No)
With Roberto Farias, Antonia Zegers, Alfredo Castro, Alejandro Goic, Alejandro Sieveking, Jaime Vadell, Marcelo Alonso
World premiere

Elser (13 Minutes)
Germany
By Oliver Hirschbiegel (Downfall)
With Christian Friedel, Katharina Schüttler, Burghart Klaußner, Johann von Bülow, Felix Eitner
World premiere – Out of competition

Every Thing Will Be Fine
Germany / Canada / France / Sweden / Norway
By Wim Wenders (PINA, Wings of Desire, The American Friend)
With James Franco, Charlotte Gainsbourg, Rachel McAdams, Marie-Josée Croze
World premiere – Out of competition

Ten no chasuke (Chasuke’s Journey)
Japan
By Sabu (Kanikosen, Dead Run)
With Ken’ichi Matsuyama, Ito Ohno, Ren Ohsugi, Yusuke Iseya, Hiromasa Taguchi, Tina Tamashiro, Susumu Terajima
World premiere

Vergine giurata (Sworn Virgin)
Italy / Switzerland / Germany / Albania / Kosovo
By Laura Bispuri – Feature debut
With Alba Rohrwacher, Lars Eidinger, Flonja Kodheli, Luan Jaha, Emily Ferratello
World premiere

Previously announced films in the competitive main line-up include Andrew Haigh’s45 Years,” Terrence Malick’sKnight Of Cups,” Isabel Coixet’s “Nobody Wants the Night Werner Herzog’s “Queen of the Desert and many more.

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