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SCREENINGS BERLIN THEATRES


ADRIA Schlossstrasse 48 12165 Berlin (Steglitz)


CINEMA ARSENAL Potsdamer Strasse 2 10785 Berlin


BERLINALE PALAST Marlene-Dietrich-Platz 1 10785 Berlin


CINEMAXX POTSDAMER PLATZ Potsdamer Strasse 5/ Entrance Voxstrasse 10785 Berlin


CINESTAR IN THE SONY CENTRE Potsdamer Strasse 4 10785 Berlin


FESTIVAL 09:OO


TALES OF THE NIGHT (France) Animation. 84mins. Dir: Michel Ocelot. Every night, a boy, a girl and an elderly technician meet in a closed, rather dilapidated old cinema. But the old picture palace harbours a secret. If truth be


SCREENINGS 09:OO


FESTIVAL & PRESS


TALES OF THE NIGHT See box, above


09:30


KABUL DREAM FACTORY (Germany, Afghanistan) Documentary. 82mins. Dir: Sebastian Heidinger. Saba Sahar has been a policewoman for 18 years in Kabul. But she is also an actress, director and producer. As a representative of the state executive, but also a film-maker, the central theme of her work is the everyday violence against Afghan women. Heidinger portrays a protagonist


known, the cinema is a magical place where the three friends enjoy rummaging about, fantasising, dressing up and playing parts in make-believe stories which, at night, become all too real for the three friends. Competition press screening Berlinale Palast


who is surprising in many ways: who stands up for her cause with impressive matter-of-factness, even though in doing so she openly contradicts Afghan family law. Forum press screening CinemaxX 6


SLEEPING SICKNESS (Germany) Drama. 91mins. Dir: Ulrich Kohler. Key cast: Pierre Bokma, Jean-Christophe Folly, Jenny Schily. A young French doctor of Congolese origin travels to Cameroon to evaluate a development project and encounters a destructive, lost man. Competition Friedrichstadtpalast


10:00


TOMORROW WILL BE BETTER (Poland, Japan) Drama.


n 32 Screen International in Berlin February 13, 2011


118mins. Dir: Dorota Kedzierzawska. Key cast: Oleg Ryba, Evgeny Ryba, Akhmed Sardalov. Coming-of-age drama about two destitute brothers and a young girl. Generation Kplus Haus der Kulturen der Welt Kino 1


TOTALLY TRUE LOVE (Norway, Germany) Drama. 80mins. Dir: Anne Sewitsky. Key cast: Maria Annette Tander Berglyd, Otto Garli. Ten-year-old Anne is a bundle of energy. But then a new boy called Jorgen joins their class. Jorgen and his family have moved into the spooky house at the end of the street. When of all people Anne discovers that she is falling in love with her new neighbour, this turns her rambunctious lifestyle upside down. Generation Kplus Filmtheater am Friedrichshain


10:20


BULLHEAD (Belgium, Netherlands) Drama. 129mins. Dir: Michael R. Roskam. Key cast: Matthias Schoenaerts, Jeroen Perceval, Jeanne Dandoy. Jacky Vanmarsenille is a young farmer based in the Flemish province


of Limburg. One day he is approached by an unscrupulous vet who offers him a stake in a dubious business venture with a notorious west Flemish beef manufacturer. But then the murder of a police officer and an unexpected confrontation with a mysterious aspect of his past draws Jacky into a rapid maelstrom of unforeseen events with far-reaching consequences. Panorama Special press screening CineStar 3


10:30 LIFE IN A DAY


(UK) Documentary. 95mins. Dir: Kevin Macdonald. The fruit of a project spearheaded by Ridley Scott’s production company and YouTube. com. Applicants were asked to document a day in their lives and to post their results on the web — users from 197 countries responded, posting a total of about 80,000 short films. Panorama Special CinemaxX 7


11:00


HEAVEN’S STORY (Japan) Drama. 278mins. Dir: Zeze Takahisa. Key cast:


COLOSSEUM Schonhauser Allee 123 10437 Berlin


CINESTAR CUBIX Alexanderplatz Rathausstrasse 1 10778 Berlin


DELPHI FILMPALAST Kantstrasse 12a 10623 Berlin


EVA LICHTSPIELE Blissestrasse 18 10713 Berlin (Wilmersdorf)


FILMTHEATER AM FRIEDRICHSHAIN Botzowstrasse 1-5 10407 Berlin


Tsuruoka Moeki, Hasegawa Tomoharu, Oshinari Shugo. Eight-year-old Sato, whose family was wiped out by a psychopath who then went on to kill himself, learns by chance of a man who has sworn to take revenge on the man who murdered his wife and daughter. For eight long years she waits in vain for him to keep his promise, then takes the initiative herself, setting in motion a chain of tragic events that gradually plunges everyone involved into misery. Forum CineStar 8


FRIEDRICHSTADTPALAST Friedrichstrasse 107 10117 Berlin


HAUS DER KULTUREN DER WELT John-Foster-Dulles-Alle 10 10557 Berlin


KINO INTERNATIONAL Karl-Marx-Allee 33 10178 Berlin


DIE KURBEL Giesebrechstrasse 4 10629 Berlin (Charlottenburg)


PASSAGE Karl-Marx-Strasse 131 12043 Berlin (Neukolln)


TONI & TONINO Max-Steinke-Str. 43 / Antonplatz 13086 Berlin (Weissensee)


UNION FILMTHEATER Bolschestrasse 69 12587 Berlin (Friedrichshagen)


URANIA An der Urania 17 10787 Berlin-Schoneberg


YORCK Yorckstrasse 86 10965 Berlin (Kreuzberg)


ZEUGHAUSKINO Unter den Linden 2 10117 Berlin


LIA (Israel) Documentary. 65mins. Dir: Taly Goldenberg. A cinematic portrait of Lia van Leer, founder of the Israeli Film Archive, Jerusalem Cinematheque and Jerusalem International Film Festival. Berlinale Special Homage International


11:15


LATE AUTUMN (South Korea) Drama. 113mins. Dir: Kim Tae- Yong. Key cast: Tang Wei, Hyun Bin. Anna, sentenced to prison for murdering her brutal husband, is granted a


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