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Berlin Film Festival Reveals Competition, Encounter Titles

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The 72nd edition of the Berlin Film Festival is revealing the films in the Competition and Encounters strands, as well as the not-yet-announced films of the Berlinale Special section.

The festival will go ahead as an in-person event, albeit with seating capacity in movie theaters reduced to 50% and without any parties or receptions. The dates of the fest have also been adjusted, with the Berlinale running only from Feb. 10-16, rather than for the full 11 days through to Feb. 20 as previously planned.

The Berlinale has been revealing its program in stages, with the Panorama selections unveiled on Tuesday.

BERLINALE SPECIAL SHORTS

“North Terminal” by Lucretia Martel

“Nest” by Hlynur Palmason

BERLINALE SPECIAL GALA ADDITIONAL TITLES

“Good Luck To You, Leo Grande” by Sophie Hyde

“Incredible But True” by Quentin Dupieux

“Dark Glasses” by Dario Argento

“The Outfit,” Graham Moore

BERLINALE SPECIAL ADDITIONAL TITLES

“This Much I Know to be True” – Andrew Dominik

“A German Party” by Simon Bruckner

INTERNATIONAL COMPETITION TITLES

“AEIOU – A Quick Alphabet of Love” by Nicolette Krebitz

“Acarras” by Carla Simon

“Both Sides of the Blade” by Clare Denis

“Call Jane” by Phyllis Nagy

“A Piece of Sky” by Michael Koch

“That Kind of Summer” by Denis Cote

“Everything Will Be Ok” by Rithy Panh

“Leonora Addio” by Paolo Taviani

“The Line” by Ursula Meier

“Before, Now & Then” by Kamila Andini

“The Passengers of the Night” by Mikhael Hers

“Rimini” by Ulrich Seidl

“Rabiye Kurnaz vs George W. Bush” by Andreas Dresen

“Robe of Gems” by Natalia Lopez Gallardo

“The Novelist’s Film” by Hong Sangsoo

“One Year, One Night” by Isaki Lacuesta

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