The 2014 Berlin International Film Festival (aka Berlinale) will take place February 6-16

The 2014 Berlinale: what you need to know

The 2014 Berlin International Film Festival, also called the Berlinale, is set to kick off on February 6, 2014. Located in art and culture hub Berlin, the 10-day festival showcases a wide variety of international films, with the Berlinale Competition at the heart of the festival. A highly curated selection of 20 films will compete at the festival, including the newest efforts by Wes Anderson and Richard Linklater, with three films having their world premieres. Here's a complete list of what you can expect to see at the event:


'71, directed by Yann Demange

Aimer, boire, et chanter (Life of Riley), directed by Alain Resnais

Aloft, directed by Claudia Llosa

Boyhood, directed by Richard Linklater

Bai Ri Yan Huo (Black Coal, Thin Ice), directed by Diao Yinan

Chiisai Ouchi (The Little House), directed by Yoji Yamada

Die Geliebten Schwesterb (Beloved Sisters), directed by Dominik Graf

The Grand Budapest Hotel, directed by Wes Anderson

Historia del Miedo (History of Fear), directed by Benjamin Naishtat

Jack, Edward Berger

Kraftidioten (In Order of Disappearance), directed by Hans Petter Moland

Kreuzweg (Stations of the Cross), directed by Dietrich Brueggemann

Macondo, directed by Sudabeh Mortezai

Praia do Futuro (Beach of the Future), directed by Karim Ainouz

Stratos, directed by Yannis Economides

La Tercera Orilla (The Third Side of the River), directed by Celina Murga

Tui Nna (Blind Massage), directed by Lou Ye

Le Voie de L'ennemi (Two Men in Town), directed by Rachid Bouchereb

Wu Ren Qu (No Man's Land), directed by Ning Hao

Zwischen Welten (Inbetween Worlds), directed by Feo Aladag

Out of Competition:

La Belle et La Bete (Beauty and the Beast), directed by Christophe Gans

The Monuments Men, directed by George Clooney

Nymphomaniac Volume 1 (long version), directed by Lars von Trier

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