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BERLINALE 2013 Starts Tomorrow, Here’s What You Need To Know About It!

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BERLINALE 2013 Starts Tomorrow, Here’s What You Need To Know About It!

BERLINALE 2013 Hey guys, the 63rd Berlin International Film Festival (or if you prefer – Berlinale) starts tomorrow in Berlin, Germany and as usual – we’re here to share the most important details about the festival with you! In other words – don’t miss the list of films that have been selected for the main competition, as well as the list of movies that have been selected to be screened out of competition. Check them all out in the rest of this report… THE GRANDMASTER But before we share the full programme for the Competition section, let’s just remind you that this year – Chinese director Wong Kar-wai is the President of the Jury, while his The Grandmaster movie will open the festival. The other members of the International Jury are: – Danish director Susanne Bier, – German director Andreas Dresen, – American director Ellen Kuras, – Iranian director Shirin Neshat, – American actor Tim Robbins and – Greek director Athina Rachel Tsangari. Promised Land IN COMPETITION: Camille Claudel 1915 by Bruno Dumont (France) Gloria by Sebastián Lelio (Chile/Spain) On My Way by Emmanuelle Bercot (France) An Episode in the Life of an Iron Picker by Danis Tanovic (Bosnia Herzegovina/France/Slovenia) Gold by Thomas Arslan (Germany) The Nun by Guillaume Nicloux (France/Germany/Belgium) Layla Fourie by Pia Marais (Germany/South Africa/France/Netherlands) Paradise: Hope by Ulrich Seidl (Austria/France/Germany) Child’s Pose by Călin Peter Netzer (Romania) In the Name Of by Małgośka Szumowska (Poland) Harmony Lessons by Emir Baigazin (Germany/Kazakhstan) A Long and Happy Life by Boris Khlebnikov (Russia) The Necessary Death of Charlie Countryman by Fredrik Bond (USA) Nobody’s Daughter Haewon by Hong Sangsoo (Republic of Korea) Closed Curtain by Jafar Panahi and Kambozia Partovi (Iran) Promised Land by Gus Van Sant (USA) Side Effects by Steven Soderbergh (USA) Prince Avalanche by David Gordon Green (USA) Vic and Flo Saw a Bear by Denis Côté (Canada) NIGHT TRAIN TO LISBON OUT OF COMPETITION: The Croods by Kirk De Micco and Chris Sanders (USA) Before Midnight by Richard Linklater (Greece/USA) Dark Blood by George Sluizer (Netherlands) Night Train to Lisbon by Bille August (Germany/Switzerland/Portugal)
The 63rd Berlin International Film Festival is scheduled to take place in Berlin, Germany from 7 to 17 February 2013. The Award Ceremony will take place at the Berlinale Palast on Saturday, February 16th, 2013, and the event will close with a screening of the winner of the Golden Bear statue.
Stay tuned for updates (trailers, photos, synopsis & more – coming soon!) GOLDEN BEAR Berlinale
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