DAILY | Berlinale 2013 Lineup, Round 3

Today, the Berlin International Film Festival‘s not only unveiled the poster for the 63rd edition, running February 7 through 17, but also presented the first round of titles for Panorama section—which itself is split into three series: the main program, Panorama Dokumente, and Panorama Special. Earlier: The first six titles in Competition and the first round for the Generation section.

Berlinale 2013

The poster for the 63rd edition

Narrative Features:
Panorama and Panorama Special

Baek Ya (White Night), by Hee-il LeeSong (Republic of Korea). With Tae-hee Won, Yi-kyung Yi. European premiere.

Chemi Sabnis Naketsi (A Fold in My Blanket), by Zaza Rusadze (Georgia). With Tornike Bziava, Tornike Gogrichiani, Zura Kipshidze, Avtandil Makharadze, Giorgi Nakashidze. World premiere.

Dduit-dam-hwa: Gam-dok-i-mi-cheot-eo-yo (Behind the Camera), by E J-Yong (Republic of Korea). With Yuh-jung Youn, Hee-soon Park, Hye-jung Gang, Jung-se Oh, Min-hee Kim. International premiere.

Deshora (Belated), by Barbara Sarasola-Day (Argentina / Columbia / Norway). With Luis Ziembrowski, Alejandro Buitrago, Maria Ucedo. World premiere.

Don Jon’s Addiction, by Joseph Gordon-Levitt (USA). With Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Scarlett Johansson, Julianne Moore. International premiere.

Frances Ha, by Noah Baumbach (USA). With Greta Gerwig, Mickey Sumner, Charlotte D’Ambiose, Adam Driver. European premiere. Earlier: Reviews from Telluride and Toronto.

Habi, la extranjera (Habi, the Foreigner), by Maria Florencia Alvarez (Argentina / Brazil). With Martina Juncadella, Martin Slipak, Maria Luisa Mendonça, Lucia Alfonsin. World premiere.

Inch´Allah, by Anaïs Barbeau-Lavalette (Canada). With Evelyne Brochu, Sabrina Ouazani, Yousef Sweid, Sivan Levy, Carlo Brandt. International premiere.

Kashi-ggot (Fatal), by Don-ku Lee (Republic of Korea). With Yeon-woo Nam, Jo-a Yang, Jeong-ho Hong, Ki-doong Kang. European premiere.

La Piscina (The Swimming Pool), by Carlos Machado Quintela (Cuba / Venezuela). With Raul Capote, Monica Molinet, Felipe Garcia, Carlos Javier Martinez, Marcos Costa. International premiere.

Lovelace, by Rob Epstein and Jeffrey Friedman (USA). Amanda Seyfried, Peter Sarsgaard, Sharon Stone, Robert Patrick, Juno Temple. International premiere.

Meine Schwestern (My Sisters), by Lars Kraume (Germany). With Jördis Triebel, Nina Kunzendorf, Lisa Hagmeister, Beatrice Dalle, Angela Winkler. World premiere.

Rock the Casbah, by Yariv Horowitz (Israel). With Yon Tumarkin, Roy Nik, Yotam Ishay, Rave Iftach, Khawla Alhaj Debsi. International premiere.

Tanta Agua (So Much Water), by Ana Guevara Pose, Leticia Jorge Romero (Uruguay / Mexico / Netherlands / Germany). With Malú Chouza, Néstor Guzzini, Joaquín Castiglioni. World premiere.

The Broken Circle Breakdown, by Felix van Groeningen (Belgium). With Johan Heldenbergh, Veerle Baetens, Nell Cattrysse. International premiere.

Panorama Dokumente

Alam laysa lana (A World Not Ours), by Mahdi Fleifel (Great Britain / Lebanon / Denmark). European premiere.

Gut Renovation, by Su Friedrich (USA). International premiere.

Naked Opera, by Angela Christlieb (Luxemburg / Germany). World premiere.

Roland Klick – The Heart Is a Hungry Hunter, by Sandra Prechtel (Germany). With Roland Klick, Otto Sander, Eva Mattes, David Hess, Hark Bohm. World premiere.

Sing Me the Songs That Say I Love You – A Concert for Kate McGarrigle, by Lian Lunson (USA). With Rufus Wainwright, Martha Wainwright, Emmylou Harris, Norah Jones, Anna McGarrigle. European premiere.

State 194, by Dan Setton (USA / Israel). With Yoram Millo, Daniel J. Chalfen, Ariel Setton,
Margaret Yen. European premiere.

The Act of Killing, by Joshua Oppenheimer (Denmark / Norway / Great Britain). With Janus Billekov Jansen, Carlos Mariano Arango de Montis, Mariko Montpetit, Henrik Gugge Garnov, Charlotte Munch Bengtsen. European premiere.

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