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25 Shorts Join Berlinale Lineup

Twenty-five short films from 21 countries, including Spike Jonze's world premiere of "Scenes from the Suburbs," will compete for the Golden Bear and Silver Bear (Grand Prix of the Jury), the DAAD Short Film Prize and a nomination for the EFA Short Film Prize at the upcoming Berlin International Film Festival taking place February 10 - 20.

The full list of Berlinale shorts with information provided by the festival:

"15 iulie" by Cristi Iftime, Romania, 12’ (World Premiere)
"Apele Tac" by Anca Miruna Lazarescu, Germany/Romania, 31’ (World Premiere)
"Ashley/Amber" by Rebecca R. Rojer, USA, 22’ (World Premiere)
"Aterfödelsen" by Hugo Lilja, Sweden, 28’ (International Premiere)
"Back by 6" by Peter Connelly, Belgium, 28’ (World Premiere)
"Cleaning up the Studio" by Christian Jankowski, Republic of Korea, 10’ (International Premiere)
"Erdö" by György Mór Kárpáti, Hungary, 12’ (World Premiere)
"Fragen an meinen Vater" by Konrad Mühe, Germany, 11’ (World Premiere)
"Green Crayons" by Kazik Radwanski, Canada, 10’ (International Premiere)
"Heavy Heads" by Helena Frank, Denmark, 8’ (World Premiere)
"La Calma" by Fernando Vílchez Rodríguez, Peru, 20’ (World Premiere)
"La Ducha" by Maria Jose San Martin, Chile, 10’ (International Premiere)
"PARANMANJANG, PARKing CHANce (PARK Chan-wook, PARK Chan-kyong)" by Park Chan-wook, Park Chan-kyong, Republic of Korea, 33’ (International Premiere)
"Pera Berbange" by Arin Inan Arslan, Turkey, 15’ (World Premiere)
"Planet Z" by Momoko Seto, France, 10’ (World Premiere)
"Pu-Seo-Jin Bam" by Yang Hyo-joo, Republic of Korea, 23’ (International Premiere)
"Rao Yi Sheng" by Alexej Tchernyi, Wu Zhi, Germany, 7’ (World Premiere)
"Scenes From The Suburbs" by Spike Jonze, USA, 28’ (World Premiere)
"Sju dagar i skogen" by Peter Larsson, Sweden, 6’ (International Premiere)
"Stick Climbing" by Daniel Zimmermann, Austria/Switzerland, 14’ (International Premiere)
"Sudsanan" by Pimpaka Towira, Thailand, 30’ (International Premiere)
"Susya" by Dani Rosenberg, Yoav Gross, Israel/Palestinian Territories, 15’ (World Premiere)
"Świteź" by Kamil Polak, Poland, 21’ (World Premiere)
"Tomorrow Everything Will Be Alright" by Akram Zaatari, Lebanon/Great Britain, 7’ (International Premiere)
"Woman Waiting" by Antoine Bourges, Canada, 15’ (International Premiere)

TAGS: Festivals

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