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her natural snowboarding genius — and the boss’ gorgeous son. dffb-Kino

GUARDIANS OF THE LOST CODE (Mexico) American Cinema International, 100mins. Dir: Benito Fernandez. Key cast: Joes Luiz Orozco, Jose A. Toledano, Miguel Calderon. Brijes are magical animal spirits in which the humans were able to transform into warrior form: a physical state in which the human acquired the powers of his brije and extraordinary strength needed to perform acts of heroism. CineStar 7


HERE (US) Drama. 120mins. Dir: Braden King. Key cast: Ben Foster, Lubna Azabal. A road movie set in the craggy mountains of Armenia, this film tells the story of the brief but emotive relationship between a young

three of the Heymann sons and their families have left Israel in the hope of finding a better life in the United States. They have made their dreams reality but, at the same time, have destroyed their mother’s hopes. Panorama Dokumente CineStar 7


GOOD MORNING TO THE WORLD!! (Japan) Drama. 81mins. Dir: Hirohara Satoru. Key cast: Koizumi Yoichiro, Arai Miho. Yuta has adjusted to his life as a loner. Every day his walk to school leads him through a tunnel, where a homeless man resides. One day Yuta steals his bag — the next day he is found dead. Now the boy sets out

American who has come to the Caucasus to take geographic measurements for satellite images, and an Armenian photographer who has left her country and is now returning for the first time in years. Panorama CineStar 3

to find the dead man’s family. The contents of the bag help him in his search for clues. This voyage into another person’s life leads him to discover the outside world. Forum Kino Arsenal 1

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WHATSOEVERLY (Italy) Comedy. 96mins. Dir: Giulio Manfredonia. Key cast: Antonio Albanese, Sergio Rubini, Lorenza Indovina. Cetto La Qualunque wants to have it all and to hell with the consequences. He describes himself as a businessman, a profession he practices without a shred of scruples.

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After some serious soul- searching Cetto comes to the conclusion that the time has come for him to repay his town for all the support he has received over the years. And so our businessman decides to enter politics; he sees it as his duty to avert disaster, namely, the election of a squeaky clean Democrat as mayor. Panorama Cubix 7 & 8 Interlock


Mona Gray is a 20-year- old loner who, as a child, turned to mathematics for salvation after her father became ill. As an adult, Mona now teaches the subject and must help her students through their own crises. Kino Arsenal 2


A THOUSAND TIMES STRONGER (Sweden) Svensk Filmindustri, 85mins. Dir: Peter Schildt. Key cast: Julia Sporre, Judit Weegar, Happy Jankell. What happens when someone refuses to play by the rules? CinemaxX 4

AN INVISIBLE SIGN (US) Sierra/Affinity, 92mins. Dir: Marilyn Agrelo. Key cast: Jessica Alba, Chris Messina, John Shea.

BORDERLINE (France, Belgium) Bac Films, 89mins. Dir: Alexandre Coffre. Key cast: Francois Damiens, Pascale Arbillot, Laurent Lafitte. When a family man discovers a suitcase filled with cocaine and a phone ringing non-stop with calls from eager clients, he thinks he has found the solution to all of his problems. CinemaxX 8

CHALET GIRL (UK, Germany) Metropolis International Sales, 97mins. Dir: Phil Traill. Key cast: Felicity Jones, Ed Westwick, Tamsin Egerton. A young girl from a working class suburb lands a job in an ultra- glam ski resort, where she’s totally out of her depth until she discovers

THE FACTORY (US) IM Global, 113mins. Dir: Morgan O’Neill. Key cast: John Cusack, Jennifer Carpenter, Sonya Walger. Detective Mike Fletcher is on the trail of a serial killer when his daughter is kidnapped by the suspect. His obsession goes into overdrive when he drops all professional restraint to get the killer and save his daughter. CineStar 5

KILLING BONO (UK) The Salt Company, 114mins. Dir: Nick Hamm. Key cast: Ben Barnes, Robert Sheehan, Krysten Ritter. Two brothers attempt to become global rock stars but can only look on as old school friends U2 become the biggest band in the world. CinemaxX 1

LEILA (France) Wild Bunch, 87mins. Dir: Audrey Estrougo. Key cast: Leila Bekhti, Benjamin Siksou, Cecile Cassel. Gab, a young slacker from a rich Parisian family, falls passionately for Leila, a beautiful French Arab law student. Their love grows, despite all opposition from the society that does everything in its power to keep them apart. CineStar 4

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MAMMA GOGO (Iceland, Norway, Germany) Bavaria Film International, 88mins. Dir: Fridrik Thor Fridriksson. Key cast: Kristbjorg Kjeld, Hilmir Snaer Gudnason, Margret Vilhjalmsdottir. An ambitious film-maker has his eyes on an Oscar nomination while his energetic and quick-witted mother is diagnosed with Alzheimer’s. CineStar 1

THE MAN OF A THOUSAND SONGS (Canada) Picture Plant, 93mins. Dir: William D. MacGillivray. Key cast: Ron Hynes, Joel Thomas Hynes, Amelia Curran. Brandishing words and music like weapons, legendary Canadian singer/songwriter Ron Hynes examines failed marriages, battles with his alter ego, near death by drug overdose and finally his stirring, triumphant recovery through song. CinemaxX Studio 19


(Serbia) Soul Food Distribution, 136mins. Dir: Dragan Bjelogrlic. Key cast: Vojin Cetkovic, Nikola Djurieko, Nebojsa Ilic. A story about young football players who achieved success with their enthusiasm and talent, spread the fame of their country throughout the world and became true stars and real legends of those times. Kino Arsenal 1

THE OLSEN GANG GETS POLISHED (Denmark) TrustNordisk, 80mins. Dir: Jorgen Lerdam. Key cast: Anette Heick, Jonas Schmidt, Simon Jul. The Olsen Gang, the legendary trio of lovable small-time hustlers with big-money dreams, has adventured in more than a dozen films since 1968. For the first time the three friends appear in an animated version. CinemaxX Studio 11

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