Sunday, February 11, 2007

2007 Berlinale

300 by Zack Snyder, U.S. (World Premiere, Out of Competition)
Angel by François Ozon, France/Belgium/U.K. (World Premiere)/Closing Film
Beaufort by Joseph Cedar, Israel (World Premiere)
Bordertown by Gregory Nava, U.S. (World Premiere)
Desert Dream/Hyazgar by Zhang Lu, Republic of Korea/France (World Premiere)
Die Fälscher/The Counterfeiter by Stefan Ruzowitzky, Germany/Austria (World Premiere)
El Otro/The Other by Ariel Rotter, Argentina/France/Germany (World Premiere)
Goodbye Bafana by Bille August, Germany/France/Belgium/U.K./Italy (World Premiere)
Hallam Foe by David Mackenzie, U.K. (World Premiere)
In memoria di me/In Memory of Myself by Saverio Costanzo, Italy (World Premiere)
Irina Palm by Sam Garbarski Belgium/Germany/Luxembourg/U.K./France (World Premiere)
La Môme/La Vie en rose by Olivier Dahan, France/U.K./Czech Republic (World Premiere)/Opening Film
Les témoins/The Witnesses by André Téchiné, France (World Premiere)
Letters from Iwo Jima by Clint Eastwood, U.S. (European Premiere, Out of Competition)
Ne touchez pas la hache/Don’t Touch the Axe by Jacques Rivette, France/Italy (World Premiere)
Notes on a Scandal by Richard Eyre, U.K. (International Premiere, Out of Competition)
O Ano em Que Meus Pais Saíram de Férias/The Year My Parents Went on Vacation by Cao Hamburger, Brazil / Argentina (International Premiere)
Obsluhoval jsem anglického krále/I Served the King of England by Jiri Menzel, Czech Republic / Slovakia (International Premiere)
Ping guo/Lost in Beijing by Li Yu, China (World Premiere)
Saibogujiman kwenchana/I’m a Cyborg, But That’s Ok by Park Chan-wook, Republic of Korea (International Premiere)
The Good German by Steven Soderbergh, U.S. (International Premiere)
The Good Shepherd by Robert DeNiro, U.S. (International Premiere)
The Walker by Paul Schrader, U.S./U.K. (World Premiere, Out of Competition)
Tu ya de hun shi/Tuya’s Marriage by Wang Quan’an, China (World Premiere)
When a Man Falls in the Forest by Ryan Eslinger, Canada/U.S. (World Premiere)
Yella by Christian Petzold, Germany (World Premiere)

Festival runs from February 8 to 18. So many films to look forward!

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