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Berlinale adds 11 films to its program, of which 5 are rotated by cineastes

The organisers of the Berlinale, the first major international film festival of the year, eleven new films will be added to the official section of the competition, including prints from China, Norway, Mongolia and Israel, and a further six on the prestigious side section Berlinale Special. The most well-known film-makers from the fresh has to offer are three women: Agnieszka Holland, Agnès Varda, and Isabel Coixet. Among the special impressions fall debut films of the British actor Chiwetel Ejiofor (“The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind’) and the series ‘Narcos’ well-known Brazilian actor Wagner Moura (‘Marighella’).

The renowned Polish filmmaker Holland ‘Mr Jones’ at the Potsdamer Platz in world premiere, a film about the Welsh journalist Gareth Jones, who in the years 30 the west at the height brought of the holomodor, the mass hongersood in the former Soviet republic of Ukraine. The leading roles are played by James Norton, and Vanessa Kirby.

Veterane Varda is present with her autobiographical ‘Varda par Agnes’ and of the Spanish Coixet, known of, and since ‘My Life Without Me” (2003), ‘Elisa y Marcela” films. Also with the Macedonian Teona Strugar Mitevska going to the Berlinale, the female-cineastentoer. The director of ‘How I killed a Saint’ beheld in a timely manner the film ‘God exists, her name is Petrunija’. That print with a feminist-sounding title with Entre Chien et Loup is also the Belgian co-producers.

A well-known name is Wang Shiaoshuai. Of the Chinese film-maker, creator of the acclaimed ‘Beijing Bicycle’, is ‘So Long My Qon’ be on the list of competition films, in addition to ‘The Operative’ of the Israëlier Yuval Adler (Diane Kruger), Who You Think I Am’ of the Frenchman, Safy Nebbou (with Juliette Binoche), the Mongolian ‘Öndôg’, ‘La pranza dei bambini’ is the Italian Claudio Giovannesi, the German ‘Systemsprenger’ (even though made by a woman, Nora Fingscheidt) and the Scandinavian ‘Out Stealing Horses’ (with Stellan Skarsgeld) by Hans Peter Moland, known for the thriller ‘In Order of Disappearance’.

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