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Balkan Films at the 66th Berlinale
9 February 2016
 
 
   
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 “A film festival is always also a seismograph, a discourse and a mirror of the reality. The artists reflect the world audiovisually. And the world is literally on the move. Millions of people are on the move. Most of them against their free will. Many are on the run. This year, Berlinale will focus especially on people, not just them who are on the run, but also on them who have suffered persecution, war violence and tortures. The treatment center for torture victims takes care of them and for this initiative we ask you for donation. Thank you very much!”

-Dieter Kosslick
Festival Director


The 66th Berlin International Film Festival will be held from 11th to 21st February 2016, offering once again a very rich program of films in various sections, including world premieres, tributes, retrospectives and much more. Among the numerous films, we find numerous productions and co-productions from the Balkan region that will screen during this edition of Berlinale.


Death in Sarajevo by the director of No Man’s Land Danis Tanovic, will compete in the Official Competition of the 66th Berlin International Film Festival, claiming the Golden Bear award. 

The audience will have the chance to watch the Croatian-Serbian co-production On the Other Side by Zrinko Ogresta in the Panorama section, while Hotel Dallas by Sherng-Lee Huang (Romania/USA) will screen in the Panorama documents.


The Forum category includes four Balkan films and more specifically the co-productions Depth Two by Ognjen Glavonić (Serbia/France), Illegitimate by Adrian Sitaru (Romania/Poland/France), Dust Cloth by Ahu Öztürk (Turkey/Germany) and Humidity by Nikola Ljuca (Serbia/Netherlands/Greece).


The Bulgarian film In your Dreams by Petr Oukropec will screen in the section Generation 14plus, while the films Young Wrestlers by Mete Gümürhan (Netherlands/Turkey), Blue Bicycle by Ümit Köreken (Turkey/Germany) and Rauf by Soner Caner and Barış Kaya (Turkey) in Generation Kplus.


Finally, in the section Lola at Berlinale the audience will watch the films One Breath by Christian Zübert (Germany/Greece), Babai by Visar Morina (Germany/Kosovo*/F.Y.R.O.M/France) and Outside by Andrei Schwartz (Germany/Romania).

For the complete program of the 66th Berlinale, visit the Festival’s Official Website

 
 
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  No Man`s Land
  Outside
  Father
  Young Wrestlers
  Humidity
  Blue Bicycle
  Death in Sarajevo
  Depth Two
  Illegitimate
  Rauf
  On the Other Side
  Hotel Dallas
  Dust Cloth
  One Breath
 
  Adrian Sitaru
  Mete Gumurhan
  Danis Tanovic
  Zrinko Ogresta
  Ognjen Glavonic
  Andrei Schwartz
  Visar Morina
  Nikola Ljuca
  Umit Koreken
  Sherng-Lee Huang
  Soner Caner
  Baris Kaya
  Ahu Ozturk
  Christian Zubert
 
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