Berlin International Film Festival 2014

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Age Of Cannibals (Zeit der Kannibalen) (Country: Germany; Year: 2014; Director: Johannes Naber; Writer: Stefan Weigl; Stars: Devid Striesow, Sebastian Blomberg, Katharina Schüttler, Jaymes Butler, Florence Kasumba, Carlos Lobo, Steve Ellery)
Paints a picture of global economy in its worst human perversions.
Amma & Appa (Country: Germany; Year: 2014; Writer: Franziska Schönenberger)
Documentary focusing on the wedding plans of director Franziska Schönenberger and her fiancé and co-director Jayakrishnan Subramanian, highlighting the cultural differences between India and Bavaria.
Anywhere Else (Anderswo) (Country: Germany; Year: 2014; Director: Ester Amrami; Writer: Momme Peters, Ester Amrami; Stars: Neta Riskin, Golo Euler, Hana Laslo, Hana River, Dovaleh Reiser, Romi Abulafia, Kosta Kaplen)
You left your home to move far away. You were struck by a wind of change and were unfaithful to yourself. You reinvented yourself and you are now feeling free. But suddenly pressure arises in you.
The Blue Car (El carro azul) (Country: Cuba; Year: 2014; Director: Valerie Heine; Writer: Carlos M. Quintela, Valerie Heine; Stars: Carlos Riverón, Marcos Costa, Miriam Socarrás, Indira Reyes, David Borrás)
His grandmother´s death brings Hansel back to Cuba to take care of his brother Marcos. With the help of an old family game, Hansel attempts to restore his brother’s trust.
Bosteri Beneath The Wheel (Bosteri unterm Rad ) (Year: 2014; Director: Levin Hübner)
Documentary about a village and its inhabitants in the Kyrgyz Steppe.
Der Samurai (Country: Germany; Year: 2013; Director: Till Kleinert; Writer: Till Kleinert; Stars: Uwe Preuss, Pit Bukowski, Michael Schumacher, Ulrike Bliefert, Manfred Möck, Yvonne Yung Hee, Janin Halisch, Ulrike Hanke-Haensch, Michel Diercks, Gernot Alwin Kunert, Christopher Kane, Kaja Blachnik)
A young policeman from a remote village in the middle of nowhere, finds his small world unhinged when an ominous, nameless stranger in a woman’s dress emerges from the forest and commences a wave of destruction.
Flowers Of Freedom (Year: 2014; Director: Mirjam Lenze)
Documentary sees activists fight against a gold mine.
Fog (nebel) (Country: Germany; Year: 2014; Director: Nicole Vögele)
Documentary tracks fog and solitude.
The Innocents (Die Unschuldigen) (Country: Germany; Year: 2014; Director: Oskar Sulowski; Writer: Roderick Warich; Stars: Clemens Schick, Juri Winkler, Aydo Abay, Izabela Kala)
The life of a drug courier shown from the perspective of a child.
Lamento (Country: Germany; Year: 2014; Director: Jöns Jönsson; Writer: Jöns Jönsson; Stars: Gunilla Röör, Hendrik Kraft, Björn Andersson, Elin Söderquist, Inga Landgré)
Story of survivor's guilt after a suicide.
International premiere
My Brother’s Keeper (Hüter meines Bruders) (Year: 2014; Director: Maximilian Leo)
Scenario (Szenario) (Year: 2014; Director: Philip Widmann and Karsten Krause)
Chronicles a love affair from 1970, in a city that may well be an allegory for post-war West Germany.
Spacemen (Raumfahrer) (Country: Germany; Year: 2014; Director: Georg Nonnenmacher; Writer: Georg Nonnenmacher)
Documentary shot on a prison transport bus.
Tape_13 (Country: Germany ; Year: 2014; Director: Axel Stein; Writer: Jan-Oliver Lampe; Stars: Nadine Petry, Lars Steinhöfel, Pit Bukowski, Sonja Gerhardt, Cristina do Rego)
Homage to the Blair Witch Project.
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