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Berlin Gives Sneak Peek at Some of Panorama Lineup

Berlin Gives Sneak Peek at Some of Panorama Lineup

Berlin Gives Sneak Peek at Some of Panorama Lineup

by Brian Brooks/indieWIRE

Achim von Borries’ X-Filme production “Love in Thoughts,” playing
in the Panorama section at the Berlinale in February. Photo © X Filme.

The Berlin International Film Festival has released some details of its program, releasing the titles of 15 films that will screen in its Panorama section. The full list of films will include 18 features, 16 “Panorama specials,” 10 “Panorama Dokumente” as well as 20 short films and all will be either world or European premieres. The films will compete for the Panorama audience award, which is given on the last day of the festival. The following is a list of films that will screen at the festival, which takes place in the German capital February 5-15. The full list of Panorama offerings will be released in January.

>From Germany

“Was nützt die Liebe in Gedanken” (Love in Thoughts) by Achim von Borries Starring European Film Award 2003 winner Daniel Brühl, with August Diehl, Anna Maria Mühe, Thure Lindhardt, Jana Pallaske

“The Stratosphere Girl” by M. X. Oberg, co-produced with Switzerland,France, Great Britain, Italy and the Netherlands
with Chloé Winkel, Jon Yang, Tuva Novotny, Tara Elders, Burt Kwouk

“The Raspberry Reich” by Canadian filmmaker Bruce LaBruce
with Susanne Sachsse, Daniel B‰tscher, Andreas Rupprecht, Dean Stathis

>From Denmark

“2 ryk og en aflevering” (Kick’n Rush) by Aage Rais-Nordentoft
with Jacob Oliver Krarup, Esben Smed Jensen, Cyron B. Melville, Marie BachHansen, Niels Ellergaard, Ann Eleonora Jørgensen

>From the Netherlands

“Shouf shouf habibi!” by Albert ter Heerdt with Mimoun Oaïssa, Touriya Haoud, Najib Amhali, Bridget Maasland

>From Poland, co-produced with the Czech Republic

“Nienasycenie” (Insatiability) by Wiktor Grodecki with Cezary Pazura, Micha Lewandowski, Weronika Marczuk-Pazura, Katarzyna
Gniewkowska, Leon Niemczyk

>From Japan

“A Day on the Planet” by Isao Yukisada with Rena Tanaka, Satoshi Tsumabuki

>From Hong Kong, China

“Lost in Time” by Derek Yee with Cecilia Cheung, Lau Ching Wan, Daichi Harashima, Paul Chun Pui, Louis Koo

>From Brazil

“Contra todos” (Up against them all) by Roberto Moreira
with Silvia Lourenço, Giulio Lopes, Leona Cavalli, Ailton Graça, Martha Meola, Dionisio Neto

>From South Africa (Canadian Co-production)

“Proteus” by John Greyson & Jack Lewis with Rouxnet Brown, Shaun Smyth, Neil Sandilands, Kristen Thomson

>From Canada

“A Problem with Fear or Laurie’s Anxiety Confronting the Escalator” by Gary Burns with Paulo Costanzo, Emily Hampshire, Camille Sullivan, Willie Garson, Benjamin Ratner, Keegan Connor Tracy, Jennifer Clement

>From the USA

“How to Get the Man’s Foot Outta Your Asss!” by Mario Van Peebles with Mario Van Peebles, Joy Bryant, Nia Long, Khleo Thomas, Ossie Davis

“A Letter to True” by star photographer Bruce Weber

“Anonymous” by Todd Verow with Todd Verow, Dustin Schell, Sophia Lamar, Shawn Durr, Craig Chester

“The Graffiti Artist” by James Bolton with Ruben Bansie-Snellman, Pepper Fajans

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