Daily | Berlinale 2014 Lineup, Round 6



The Berlin International Film Festival, whose 64th edition runs from February 6 through 16, has announced the jury and lineup for the Berlinale Shorts 2014 program. The three jurors are Indonesian filmmaker Edwin, curator and festival programmer Nuno Rodrigues, and Christine Tohme, director of Ashkal Alwan–The Lebanese Association for Plastic Arts. The lineup:

Afronauts, Frances Bodomo, USA, 13’ (International Premiere).

BIRDS, Ulu Braun, Germany, 15’ (World Premiere).

La Casona (The Big House), Juliette Touin, Cuba, 25’ (IP).

darkroom, Billy Roisz, Austria, 13’ (WP).

Do serca Twego (To Thy Heart), Ewa Borysewicz, Poland, 10’ (IP).

Im Tekhayekh, Ha’Olam Yekhayekh Elekha (Smile, and the World Will Smile Back), Familie al-Haddad/Ehab Tarabieh/Yoav Gross, Israel / Palestinian Territories, 21’ (WP).

Kamakura (Snow Hut), Yoriko Mizushiri, Japan, 5’ (WP).

LABORAT, Guillaume Cailleau, Germany, 21’ (WP).

Marc Jacobs, Sam de Jong, Netherlands, 17’ (WP).

Om Amira, Najy Esmail, Egypt, 25’ (IP).

Optical Sound, Elke Groen/Christian Neubacher, Austria, 11’ (WP).

Person to Person, Dustin Guy Defa, USA, 18’ (IP).

Raconte-moi des salades (Salad Days), Olias Barco, Belgium / France, 10’ (WP).

As Rosas Brancas (The White Roses), Diogo Costa Amarante, Portugal / USA, 20’ (WP).

Sky Lines, Nadine Poulain, Serbia, 10’ (IP).

Solo te puedo mostrar el color (I Can Only Show You the Color), Fernando Vílchez Rodríguez, Peru, 26’ (WP).

Symphony no. 42, Réka Bucsi, Hungary, 10’ (WP).

Tant qu’il nous reste des fusils à pompe (As Long As Shotguns Remain), Caroline Poggi/Jonathan Vinel, France, 30’ (WP).

Taprobana, Gabriel Abrantes, Portugal / Sri Lanka / Denmark, 24’ (WP).

Three Stones for Jean Genet, Frieder Schlaich, Germany, 7’ (WP).

Unogumbe (Noye’s Fludde), Mark Dornford-May, South Africa, 35’ (EP).

Un Paraíso (A Paradise), Jayisha Patel, Cuba, 14’ (WP).

Washingtonia, Konstantina Kotzamani, Greece, 24’ (WP).

WONDER, Mirai Mizue, France / Japan, 8’ (WP).

Xenos, Mahdi Fleifel, Denmark / United Kingdom, 13’ (WP).

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