Berlin Event

18 Films Make Final Round At Berlinale

This year's Berlinale international film festival will feature 18 international films that will compete for the Silver and Golden Bear Awards.

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En Kongelig Affaere trailer

Many of this year's films portray the uprisings that have occurred in several countries around the world and the perspective of those people affected.

Here's a look at the 62nd Berlinale competition:

A Moi Seule: In English, Coming Home. A French movie directed by Frederic Videau

Aujourd'hui: In English, Tey. A movie from France and Senegal directed by Alain Gomis

Bai Iu Yuan: In English, White Deer Plain. A Chinese movie directed by Wang Quan'an

Barbara: A German movie directed by Christian Petzold

Captive: A drama film from France, Philippines, Gerrmany and the United Kingdom directed by Brillante Mendoza

Cesare Deve Morire: In English, Caesar Must Die. An Italian film directed by Paolo & Vittorio Taviani

Csak A Szei: In English, Just The Wind. A film from Hungary, Germany and France directed by Bence Fliegauf

Dictado: In English, Childish Games. A Spanish movie directed by Antonio Chavarrias

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Dictado trailer

En Kongelig Affaere: In English, A Royal Affair. A film from Denmark, Czech Republic, Sweden and Germany directed by Nicolaj Arcel

Gnade: In English, Mercy. A movie from Germany and Norway directed by Matthias Glasner

Jayne Mansfield's Car: A film from the United States and Russia directed by Billy Bob Thornton

Kebun Binatang: In English, Postcards From The Zoo. A drama film from Indonesia, Germany, Hong Kong and China directed by Edwin

L'Enfant D'En Haut: In English, Sister. A movie from Switzerland and France directed by Ursula Meier

Les Adieux A La Reine: In English, Farewell My Queen. A drama film from France and Spain directed by Benoit Jacquot

Meteora: A movie from Germany and Greece directed by Spiros Stathoulopoulos

Rebelle: In English, War Witch. A Canadian film directed by Kim Nguyen

Tabu: A movie from Portugal, Germany, Brazil and France directed by Miguel Gomes

Was Bleibt: In English, Home For The Weekend. A German movie directed by Hans-Christian Schmid

In total, there will be 23 movies screening in the competition program and eight international jurors.

The Berlinale International Film Festival begins Thursday, February 9th and runs until Sunday, February the 19th in different venues around the city.

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