Complete Berlinale 2011 Forum Program Announced

Todd Brown, Founder and Editor
The complete lineup for the Forum program at the 2011 Berlinale has been announced and it's an interesting mix of newcomers and familiar names. On the familiar side Richard Ayoade's Submarine, Dante Lam's The Stool Pigeon and Jeff Nichols' Take Shelter - fresh from Sundance - have all been included. The fresh titles? Those include Joe Swanberg's Silver Bullets / Art History - a film that evidently features House Of The Devil director Ti West in an acting role.

Find the complete list of films below.


Main Programme 

 
Amnesty by Bujar Alimani, Albania/Greece/France - WP
 
Auf der Suche (Looking for Simon) by Jan Krüger, Germany/France - WP
 
Ausente (Absent) by Marco Berger, Argentina - WP
 
The Ballad of Genesis and Lady Jaye by Marie Losier, USA/France - WP
 
Brownian Movement by Nanouk Leopold, The Netherlands/Germany/Belgium - EP
 
Cheonggyecheon Medley: A Dream of Iron by Kelvin Kyung Kun Park, Republic of Korea - IP
 
Day Is Done by Thomas Imbach, Switzerland - WP
 
Dom (The House) by Zuzana Liová, Slowak Republic/Czech Republic - WP
 
E-Love by Anne Villaceque, France - IP
 
De Engel van Doel (An Angel in Doel) by Tom Fassaert, The Netherlands/Belgium - WP
 
En terrains connus (Familiar Ground) by Stéphane Lafleur, Canada - WP
 
FIT by Hirosue Hiromasa, Japan - IP
 
Folge mir (Follow Me) by Johannes Hammel, Austria - IP
 
Halaw (Ways of the Sea) by Sheron Dayoc, The Philippines - EP
 
Heaven's Story by Zeze Takahisa, Japan - IP
 
Hi-So by Aditya Assarat, Thailand - EP
 
Jagadangchak: shidaejeongshin kwa hyeonshilchamyeo (Self Referential Traverse: Zeitgeist and Engagement) by Kim Sun, Republic of Korea - WP
 
Kazoku X (Household X) by Yoshida Kōki, Japan - IP
 
Man chu (Late Autumn) by Kim Tae-Yong, Republic of Korea/Hongkong, China/USA - EP
 
Made in Poland by Przemysław Wojcieszek, Poland - IP
 
Les mains libres (Free Hands) by Brigitte Sy, France - IP
 
El mocito (The Young Butler) by Marcela Said, Jean de Certeau, Chile - WP
 
Nesvatbov (Matchmaking Mayor) by Erika Hníková, Czech Republic - IP
 
Ocio (Idleness) by Alejandro Lingenti, Juan Villegas, Argentina - IP
 
Osmdesát dopisů (Eighty Letters) by Václav Kadrnka, Czech Republic - WP
 
Os residentes (The Residents) by Tiago Mata Machado, Brasil - IP
Patang (The Kite) by Prashant Bhargava, India/USA - WP
 
Poor kor karn rai (The Terrorists) by Thunska Pansittivorakul, Germany/Thailand - WP
 
Sekai Good Morning!! (Good Morning to the World!!) by Hirohara Satoru, Japan - EP
 
Silver Bullets/Art History by Joe Swanberg, USA - WP
 
State of Violence by Khalo Matabane, Republic of South Africa/France - EP
 
Submarine by Richard Ayoade, Great Britain - EP
 
Swans by Hugo Vieira da Silva, Germany/Portugal - WP
 
Take Shelter by Jeff Nichols, USA - IP
 
Territoire perdu by Pierre-Yves Vandeweerd, France/Belgium - WP
 
Traumfabrik Kabul (Kabul Dream Factory) by Sebastian Heidinger, Germany/Afghanistan - WP
 
Unter Kontrolle (Under Control) by Volker Sattel, Germany - WP
 
Utopians by Zbigniew Bzymek, USA - WP
 
Viva Riva! by Djo Tunda Wa Munga, Democratic Republic of Congo/France/Belgium - EP
 
 

Special Screenings 

 
Dreileben - WP
Etwas besseres als den Tod by Christian Petzold, Germany
Komm mir nicht nach by Dominik Graf, Germany
Eine Minute Dunkel by Christoph Hochhäusler, Germany
 
Eine Serie von Gedanken by Heinz Emigholz, Germany - WP
 
Himmel und Erde by Michael Pilz, Austria, 1979-82 (Revival screening)
 
Sleepless Nights Stories by Jonas Mekas, USA - WP
 
The Stool Pigeon by Dante Lam, Hongkong, China - EP
 
Twenty Cigarettes by James Benning, USA - WP
 
 

Shibuya Minoru 

 
Honjitsu kyushin (Doctor's Day Off) by Shibuya Minoru, Japan 1952
 
Gendaijin (Modern People) by Shibuya Minoru, Japan 1952
 
Seigi-ha (Righteousness) by Shibuya Minoru, Japan 1957
 
Akujo no kisetsu (The Days of Evil Women) by Shibuya Minoru, Japan 1958
 
Mozu (The Shrikes) by Shibuya Minoru, Japan 1961
 
Kojin kojitsu (A Good Man, a Good Day) by Shibuya Minoru, Japan 1961
 
Yopparai tengoku (Drunkard's Paradise) by Shibuya Minoru, Japan 1962
 
Daikon to ninjin (The Radish and the Carrot) by Shibuya Minoru, Japan 1964
 
EP = European premiere
IP = International premiere
WP = World premiere

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