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Berlinale 2012: A Complete Guide To The Competition.

"Bai lu yuan"
The 62nd Berlin International Film Festival has completed its competition program.

In total, 18 films will be vying for the Golden and Silver Bears in the Berlinale Palast. A total of 23 films will be showing in the Competition programme. There will also be two special screenings in the Berlinale Palast.

The full list below. Click on the film titles for more information.

A moi seule (Coming Home), directed by Frederic Videau (France)

Aujord'hui (Tey), directed by Alain Gomis (France, Senegal)

Bai iu yuan (White Deer Plain), directed by Wang Quan'an (China)

Barbara, directed by Christian Petzold (Germany)

Bel Ami, directed by Declan Donnellan and Nick Oremerod (UK) - out of competition

Captive, directed by Brillante Mendoz (France, Philippines, Germany, UK)

Cesare deve morire (Caesar Must Die), directed by Paolo & Vittorio Taviani (Italy)

Csak a szei (Just The Wind), directed by Bence Fliegauf (Hungary, Germany, France)

Dictado (Childish Games), directed by Antonio Chavarrias

En Kongelig Affare (A Royal Affair), directed by Nikolaj Arcel (Denmark, Czech, Sweden, Germany)

Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close, directed by Stephen Daldry (USA) - out of competition

Flying Swords of Dragon Gate, directed by Tsui Hark (China, Hong Kong) - out of competition

Gnade (Mercy), directed by Matthias Glasner (Germany, Norway)

Haywire, directed by Steven Soderbergh (USA) - special screening

Jayne Mansfield's Car, directed by Billy Bob Thronton (USA)

Jin ling Shi San Chai (The Flowers of War), directed by Zhang Yimou (China) - out competition

Kebun binatang (Postcards From The Zoo), directed by Edwin (Indonesia, Germany, Hong Kong, China)

L'enfant d'en haut (Sister), directed by Ursala Meier (Switzerland, France)

Les adieux a la Reine (Farewell My Queen), directed by Benoit Jacquot (France)

Meteora, directed by Spiros Stathoulopoulos (Germany, Greece)

Rebelle (War Witch), directed by Kim Nguyen (Canada)

Shadow Dancer, directed by James Marsh (UK, Ireland) - out of competition

Tabu, directed by Miguel Gomes (Portugal, Germany, Brazil, France)

The Iron Lady, directed by Phyllida Lloyd (UK) - special screening

Was bleibt (Home For The Weekend), directed by Hans-Christian Schmid (Germany)



 



 

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1 Comment

  • jingmei | February 1, 2012 1:41 AMReply

    Looks like Young Adult also goes some non-competitioin catagory. Cool if some arthouses are among the political subtext galas. Anyway look forward to the updates from Berlin.