Berlinale Adds New Films Starring Catherine Deneuve, Geoffrey Rush
New films from Stanley Tucci, Martin Provost and China’s Liu Jian complete the Berlinale’s competition lineup and will see their world premieres at the next month’s festival. Only Liu’s film,…
By Robert Mitchell

Competition lineup:

“Ana, mon amour,” Calin Peter Netzer (Romania/Germany/France)
“Beuys,” Andres Veiel (Germany)
“Bright Nights,” Thomas Arslan (Germany/Norway)
“Colo,” Teresa Villaverde (Portugal/France)
“The Dinner,” Oren Moverman (U.S.)
“Django,” Etienne Comar (France)
“The Bar,” Alex de la Iglesia (Spain) – Not in contention
“A Fantastic Woman,” Sebastian Lelio (Chile/U.S./Germany/Spain)
“Felicite,” Alain Gomis (France/Senegal/Belgium/Germany/Lebanon)
“Final Portrait,” Stanley Tucci (U.K./France) – Not in contention
“Have a Nice Day,” Liu Jian (China)
“Joaquim,” Marcelo Gomes (Brazil/Portugal)
“Logan,” James Mangold (U.S.) – Not in contention
“Midwife,” Martin Provost (France/Belgium) – Not in contention
“Mr. Long,” Sabu (Japan/Hong Kong/China/Taiwan/Germany)
“On Body and Soul,” Ildiko Enyedi (Hungary)
“On the Beach at Night Alone,” Hong Sangsoo (South Korea)
“The Other Side of Hope,” Aki Kaurismaki (Finland/Germany)
“The Party,” Sally Potter (U.K.)
“Spoor,” Agnieszka Holland (Poland/Germany/Czech Republic/Sweden/Slovakian Republic)
“Return to Montauk,” Volker Schlöndorff (France/Germany/Ireland)
“T2 Trainspotting,” Danny Boyle (U.K.) – Not in contention
“Viceroy’s House,” Gurinder Chadha (India/U.K.) – Not in contention
“Wild Mouse,” Josef Hader (Austria)

Berlinale Special:

“the bomb,” Kevin Ford, Smriti Keshari, Eric Schlosser (U.S.)
“Bye Bye Germany,” by Sam Garbarski (Germany/Luxembourg/Belgium)
“Close Up,” Abbas Kiarostami (Iran)
“Devil’s Freedom,” Everardo Gonzalez (Mexico)
“Eight Hours Don’t Make A Day,” Rainer Werner Fassbinder (Federal Republic of Germany 1972) – TV series with 5 episodes
“In Times of Fading Light,” Matti Geschonneck (Germany)
“Last Days in Havana,” Fernando Perez (Cuba/Spain)
“The Lost City of Z,” James Gray (U.S.)
“Maudie,” Aisling Walsh (Canada/Ireland)
“A Prominent Patient,” Julius Sevcík (Czech Republic/Slovakian Republic)
“The Queen of Spain,” Fernando Trueba (Spain)
“The Trial: The State of Russia vs Oleg Sentsov,” Askold Kurov (Estonia/Poland/Czech Republic)
“The Young Karl Marx,” Raoul Peck (France/Germany/Belgium)

Berlinale Special Series:

“4 Blocks,” Marvin Kren (Germany)
“Below The Surface,” Kasper Barfoed (Denmark/Germany)
“Black Spot,” Mathieu Missoffe, Thierry Poiraud, Julien Despaux (France/Belgium)
“Patriot,” Steve Conrad (U.S./Czech Republic)
“The Same Sky,” Paula Milne, Oliver Hirschbiegel (Germany/Czech Republic)
“SS-GB,” Philipp Kadelbach (U.K.)

El clasico: A Summary

- me yelling for 90 minutes
- ref having no idea what he’s doing
- Neymar slipping
- Varane saving our asses
- Neymar diving
- drama
- benzo and cris killing each other
- pique almost scoring for RMA
- Cristiano laughing about it
- Neymar Slipping
- hands
- more drama
- Luis Suarez scoring
- me crying
- Casemiro the saviour entering the pitch
- lucas vasquez doing what iwanted to do for a long time
- hands everywhere
- Varane saving our asses again
- drama drama drama
- baby asensio entering
- hands again
- neymar diving for the 100th time
- lionel missi
- andres iniesta helping marcelo
- serhio aka header king dramatically missing
- drama
- fight
- serhio aka header king rising
- me running around this house and yelling hala madrid
- saint Raphael Varane saving our asses one last time
- me being proud of my club