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68th Berlin International Film Festival, 2018

The 68th Berlin International Film Festival is being held from February 15 to February 25, 2018. It shows about 400 films per year, mostly international or European premieres. Films of every genre, length and format find their place in the various sections. It is a source of inspiration in the global film community with film programmes, workshops, panel discussions, joint projects with other social and cultural factors. The forms of cooperation and the possibilities for creative interaction are countless.

INDIAN CONNECT

Circle

Directed by Jayisha Patel, this short is a haunting portrait of a rape victim, caught in the devious ploys of her family. Through the poignant and personal story of 13 year-old Khushboo, Circle weaves together the horror of her gang-rape, emotional abuse at the hands of her grandmother, who orchestrated her rape, and that of her child marriage to a man she does not know.

Opening Film

Isle Of Dogs

Directed by Wes Anderson, the film is set in a dystopian future Japan in which all dogs have been exiled to a quarantine island after a mysterious “canine flu”. Isle of Dogs follows the lead character, a 12-year-old called Atari as he searches for his dog, Spots.

Watch Out For

BERLINALE SHORTS

Babylon

Alma Bandida

Wishing Well

Programmhinweise

Russa

Onde o Verão Vai (episódios da juventude)

Coyote

Imperial Valley

T.R.A.P

The Men Behind the Wall

Terremoto Santo

Solar Walk

PANORAMA

La omission

That Summer

Ex Pajé

Bixa Travesty

Malambo, el Hombre Bueno

Zentralflughafen THF

Yocho (Foreboding)

River’s Edge

Profile

Obscuro Barroco

GENERATION

Girl Asleep

What’s in the Darkness

Refugee Blues

Royahaye Dame Sobh

Das Tagebuch der Anne Frank

El Gurí

Cirkeln

Die Suche nach dem Vogel Turlipan

The Nightingale and the Rose

Violet

BERLINALE SPECIAL

The Queen of Spain

The Lost City of Z

The Bomb

The Man Who Fell to Earth

Life

Selma

American Hustle

Baal

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