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Berlin’s Panorama Announces 25 Films

Berlin's Panorama Announces 25 Films

Half of the films screening as part of the Panorama section of the upcoming 60th anniversary of the Berlin International Film Festival were announced this morning.

Back with new works are Lothar Lambert, Peter Kern, directorial duo Jacques Martineau and Olivier Ducastel, Isao Yukisada, E J-Yong and Sebastien Lifshitz. Young feature filmmakers are represented by Mat Whitecross, Anahi Berneri and Scud, while the documentaries of Lucy Walker, Tamara Trampe and Johann Feindt, and Michael Stock are all on tap for the Panorama Dokumente.

The Panorama Dokumente and the complete feature film programme will be announced towards the end of January. All of the films are screening as either world or European premieres. The Berlin International Film Festival runs February 10-21, 2010, and indieWIRE will be on the scene.

Main Programme + Panorama Special

Amphetamine by Scud, Hongkong, China (World Premiere) with Thomas Price, Byron Pang, Winnie Leung

Besouro by Joao Daniel Tikhomiroff, Brazil with Ailton Carmo, Jessica Barbosa, Anderson Santos de Jesus, Flavio Rocha, Irandhir Santos

Blutsfreundschaft (Initiation) by Peter Kern, Austria with Helmut Berger, Harry Lampl, Melanie Kretschmann, Michael Steinocher, Manuel Rubey, Matthias Franz Stein, Oliver Rosskopf, Heribert Sasse, Gregor Seberg

El mal ajeno by Oskar Santos, Spain (WP) with Eduardo Noriega, Belen Rueda, Angie Cepeda, Cristina Plazas, Clara Lago

Golden Slumber by Yoshihiro Nakamura, Japan with Masato Sakai, Yuko Takeuchi, Hidetaka Yoshioka, Gekidan Hitori, Nao Omori, Sango Kitamura

Just Another Love Story by Kaushik Ganguly, Rituparno Ghosh, India (WP) with Rituparno Ghosh, Indraneel Sengupta, Chapal Bhaduri, Raima Sen, Jisshu Sengupta

Kawasakiho ruze (Kawasaki’s Rose) by Jan Hrebejk, Czech Republic (WP) with Daniela Kolaova, Martin Huba, Lenka Vlasakova, Milan Mikulcik

Kosmos by Reha Erdem, Turkey/Bulgaria with Sermet Yeil, Tuerkue Turan, Hakan Altunta, Sabahat Doganyilmaz, Korel Kubilay

L’arbre et la foret (Family Tree) by Olivier Ducastel, Jacques Martineau, France (WP) with Guy Marchand, Francoise Fabian, Sabrina Seyvecou, Yannick Renier

Nacidas para sufrir (Born To Suffer) by Miguel Albaladejo, Spain with Adriana Ozores, Petra Martinez, Malena Alterio, Ricard Borras, Jorge Calvo, Marta Fernandez Muro, Maria Elena Flores

Parade by Isao Yukisada, Japan with Tatsuya Fujiwara, Karina, Shihori Kanjiya, Kento Hayashi, Keisuke Koide

Phobidilia by Doron Paz, Yoav Paz, Israel with Ofer Shechter, Efrat Baumwald, Shlomo Bar Shavit, Efrat Dor

Plein sud (Going South) by Sebastien Lifshitz, France with Yannick Renier, Lea Seydoux, Nicole Garcia, Theo Frilet, Pierre Perier

Por tu culpa (It’s Your Fault) by Anahi Berneri, Argentina/France (WP) with Erica Rivas, Ruben Viani, Nicasio Galan, Zenon Galan, Osmar Nunez

Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll by Mat Whitecross, UK with Andy Serkis, Naomie Harris, Olivia Williams, Bill Milner, Tom Hughes

Son Of Babylon by Mohamed Al-Daradji, Iraq/UK/France/United Arab Emirates/The Netherlands/Egypt/Palestinian territories with Yassir Talib, Shazada Hussein, Bashir Al-Majid

The Man Who Sold The World by Swel Noury, by Imad Noury, Morocco with Said Bey, Fehd Benchemsi, Audrey Marnay, Latifa Ahrrare, Hakim Noury

Yeobaewoodle (The Actresses) by E J-Yong, Republic of Korea with Yoon Yeo-jeong, Lee Mi-sook, Ko Hyun-joung, Choi Ji-woo, Kim Ok-vin, Kim Min-hee

Panorama Dokumente

Alle meine Stehaufmaedchen – Von Frauen, die sich was trauen (All My Tumbler Girls Or All About Women Who Dare To…) by Lothar Lambert, Germany (WP)

Beautiful Darling: The Life And Times Of Candy Darling, Andy Warhol Superstar by James Rasin, USA (WP)

Hazman havarod (Gay Days) by Yair Qedar, Israel

Making The Boys by Crayton Robey, USA (WP) with Mart Crowley, Edward Albee, Tony Kushner, Terrence McNally, Dominic Dunne, William Friedkin, Robert Wagner

Postcard To Daddy by Michael Stock, Germany (WP)

Waste Land by Lucy Walker, co-directors: Joao Jardim, Karen Harley, UK/Brazil

Wiegenlieder (Lullaby) by Tamara Trampe, Johann Feindt, Germany (WP) with Detlef Jablonski, Helmut Oehring, Santos, Apti Bisultanov, Jocelyn B. Smith.

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