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Berlin Film Festival Reveals 2021 Line-up



The Berlin Film Festival may feel slightly different this year, but they are still delivering some high calibre cinema for us. Split into two events this year with a press & industry event taking place virtually between March 1st-5th. Along with blended indoor and outdoor screenings for the public this June.

There is a lot to get excited about with the full line up this year. Directors such as Céline Sciamma, Hong Sang-soo, Ryusuke Hamaguchi and Jim Cummings all feature within the programme. There are also major award season contenders in the mix, including The Mauritanian and French Exit. There is a wide array of cinema from across the globe ready to be devoured courtesy of Berlinale:


Albatros (Drift Away) (France), dir. Xavier Beauvois

Bad Luck Banging or Loony Porn (Romania / Luxemburg / Croatia / Czech Republic), dir. Radu Jude

Fabian – Going to the Dogs (Germany), dir. Dominik Graf

Ballad of a White Cow (Iran / France), dir.  Behtash Sanaeeha, Maryam Moghaddam

Wheel of Fortune and Fantasy (Japan), dir. Ryusuke Hamaguchi

Mr. Bachmann and His Class (Germany), dir. Maria Speth

I’m Your Man (Germany), dir. Maria Schrader

Introduction (Korea), dir. Hong Sangsoo

Memory Box (France / Lebanon / Canada / Qatar), dir. Joana Hadjithomas, Khalil Joreige

Next Door (Germany), dir. Daniel Brühl

Petite Maman (France), dir. Céline Sciamma

What Do We See When We Look at the Sky? (Germany / Georgia), dir. Alexandre Koberidze

Forest – I See You Everywhere (Hungary), dir. Bence Fliegauf

Natural Light (Hungary / Latvia / France / Germany), dir. Dénes Nagy

A Cop Movie (Mexico), dir. Alonso Ruizpalacios


Best Sellers (Canada / United Kingdom), dir. Lina Roessler

Courage (Germany), dir. Aliaksei Paluyan

French Exit (Canada / Ireland), dir. Azazel Jacobs

Je suis Karl (Germany / Czech Republic), dir. Christian Schwochow

Language Lessons (USA), dir. Natalie Morales

Limbo (Hong Kong / People’s Republic of China), dir.Cheang Soi

The Mauritanian (United Kingdom), dir. Kevin Macdonald

For Lucio (Italy), dir. Pietro Marcello

Tides (Germany / Switzerland), dir. Tim Fehlbaum

Tina (USA), dir.Dan Lindsay, T. J. Martin

Who We Were (Germany) dir. Marc Bauder

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