Adding just over a dozen features and four shorts to the lists of previously announced titles (first round and Dokumente), the Berlinale announces that the Panorama program for this year's edition (February 9 through 19) is now complete. The breakdown: "53 feature films: 18 in the main program, 15 in Panorama Special and 20 in Panorama Dokumente.... 34 productions from 37 countries are screening as world premieres. Seven fictional films are directorial debuts. There are 12 German productions, and 24 women filmmakers presenting 16 films."
New narrative features:
Chocó by Jhonny Hendrix Hinestroza, Columbia. With Karent Hinestroza, Esteban Copete, Fabio García, Daniela Mosquera, Jesús Benavides. WP.
GLAUBE, LIEBE, TOD (BELIEF, LOVE, DEATH) by Peter Kern, Austria. With Traute Furthner, Peter Kern, Joao Moreira Pedrosa. WP.
HIGHWAY by Deepak Rauniyar, Nepal/USA. With Dayahang Rai, Asha Magarati, Shristi Ghimire, Eelum Dixit. WP.
Wo men de gu shi (Our Story –10-year ‘Guerrilla Warfare’ of Beijing Queer Film Festival) by Yang Yang, People’s Republic of China.
“Blut muss fließen” - Undercover unter Nazis by Peter Ohlendorf, Germany. WP.
Panorama short supporting films:
Green Laser by John Greyson, Canada. WP.
ZUCHT und ORDNUNG (LAW and ORDER) by Jan Soldat, Germany. WP.