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The 67th Berlinale will run from Febrary 9 to 18. The programme is currently being announced. Paul Verhoeven will be the jury president. Sally Potter's The Party will be among the films screening in the Official Competition.

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Call Me By Your Name
Call Me By Your Name
First love blooms over a long, hot summer for a teenager in Italy.
Final Portrait
Final Portrait
Swiss painter and sculptor Alberto Giacometti tries to paint a portrait.
Spoor
Spoor
An elderly woman is convinced she knows what lies behind a spate of mysterious crimes... but nobody will believe her.
Insyriated
Insyriated
A woman tries to hold her family together under a constant barrage of war.
Animals
Animals
Reality starts to shift after a couple take a break to try to rebuild their marriage.
The Midwife
The Midwife
A midwife's life is shaken up by the arrival of her father's old flame.
Sami Blood
Sami Blood
A Sámi girl experiences racism in the 1930s.
God's Own Country
God's Own Country
Young sheep farmer Johnny numbs his daily frustrations with binge drinking and casual sex, until the arrival of a Romanian migrant worker offers the promise of something else.
Maudie
Maudie
Story of folk artist Maud Lewis.
Newton
Newton
A young bureaucrat named Newton is sent to the jungle to monitor an election there. But Maoist blockades, forced police protection and indifferent voters make defending democracy no easy task.
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Berlin International Film Festival Features

Landscape of love
Director Francis Lee talks about authenticity and emotion in God's Own Country.
Pastures new
Alec Secareanu and Josh O'Connor on preparing for God's Own Country.
Teenage kicks
Director Kuba Czekaj talks about the shooting The Erlprince.
All is connected
Reda Kateb on Wim Wenders, Warren Ellis, Ryan Gosling and more.
Beyond the music
Reda Kateb on discovering Django Reinhardt.
Finding Django
Étienne Comar on telling the story of Django Reinhardt and working with Warren Ellis.
Finding the rhythm
Cécile de France on her film about jazz guitarist Django Reinhardt.
Gentleman of letters
Gay Talese on the importance of James Baldwin and films in I Am Not Your Negro.
Recollections of James Baldwin
Gay Talese on the man behind the legend and I Am Not Your Negro.
Making The Wound
John Trengove talks about the challenges of his coming-of-age drama.
Cinematic material
Volker Schlöndorff on life, literature and Return To Montauk.
An affair to remember
We return to Montauk with Volker Schlöndorff.
From Brooklyn to Montauk
Colm Tóibín's journey of discovery.
Keitel - a man for all seasons
Youth star Harvey on Sorrentino, Campion and Scorsese.
Romero - master of the macabre
Veteran director on zombies, religion and genocide.
‘How to Build a Universe…’
The Cinema of Philip K. Dick

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On Body And Soul Takes Golden Bear
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