Berlinale 2014. New Panorama Titles

The Berlinale has unveiled the first set of screenings from the 64th edition of the festival's Panorama section.

The 64th Berlin International Film Festival has announced the first set of screenings from the edition's Panorama section. 50 fictional and documentary films will be chosen to give the programme its distinctive profile between innovative mainstream and radical alternative. So far 19 films have been invited. 

Fabio Audi, Ghilherme Lobo, Tess Amorim in Hoje Eu Quero Voltar Sozinho (The Way he Looks) von/by Daniel Ribeiro

If You Don't, I Will (Sophie Fillières, France)

The Rice Bomber (Cho Li, Taiwan)

Ice Poison (Midi Z, Taiwan/Myanmar)

Calvary (John Michael McDonagh, Ireland/Great Britain)

The Way He Looks (Daniel Ribeiro, Brazil)

Is the Tall Man Happy? (Michel Gondry, France)

The Man of the Crowd (Marcelo Gomes & Cao Guimarães, Brazil)

Papillio Buddha (Jayan Cherian, India/USA)

Quick Change (Eduardo Roy Jr., Philippines) 

Stereo (Maximilian Erlenwein, Germany)

Test (Chris Mason Johnson, USA)

The Better Angels (A. J. Edwards, USA)

The Lamb (Kutluğ Ataman, Germany/Turkey)

Things People Do (Saar Klein, USA)

Triptych (Robert Lepage & Pedro Pires, Canada)

Superegos (Benjamin Heisenberg, Germany/Switzerland/Austria)

Unfriend (Joselito Altarejos, Philippines)

Journey to the West (Tsai Ming-liang, France/Taiwan)

Yves Saint Laurent  (Jalil Lespert, France)


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