PANORAMA 2017 PROGRAMME COMPLETE: POWERFUL EUROPEAN AUTEUR CINEMA / THREE SURPRISING INDIE GEMS FROM CHINA AND HONG KONG / BRAZIL WELL-REPRESENTED WITH FIVE FILMS
With the welcome of 24 further element movies, the choice for the Panorama 2017 program has been finished. 51 works from 43 countries have been decided for screening in the segment, incorporating 21 in Panorama Dokumente and 29 include movies in the fundamental program and Panorama Special. 36 of these movies will praise their reality debuts at the Berlinale, while the program additionally highlights six global and nine European debuts.(see the Panorama press releases from December 12, 2016 and January 17, 2017).
The German production Tiger Girl by Jakob Lass will open the current year's version of Panorama Special at Berlin's Zoo Palast film, alongside the beforehand declared Brazilian generation Vazante.
In Tiger Girl's quick paced account, a solid companionship creates between two ladies, one in which customary esteem frameworks start to unwind, in what sums to a veritable good picture of the underbelly of today's German republic. Daniela Thomas' Vazante speaks to as far as concerns its the program center "Dark Worlds", which is likewise fortified by the crisply affirmed incorporation of the South African creation Vaya by Akin Omotoso, which offers a submersion in the urbanity of Johannesburg.
The fourth film from Brazil is Como Nossos Pais (Just Like Our Parents) by Laís Bodanzky, who portrays the regular day to day existences of three eras in Sao Paulo as a pyrotechnic show of individual interests and existential dreams arranged with a brilliant expectation. The short energized film Vênus - Filó a fadinha lésbica (Venus - Filly the Lesbian Little Fairy) by Sávio Leite adjusts off Brazil's solid nearness at the current year's release of Panorama.
With Discreet, US outside the box chief Travis Mathews, a chronographer of a gay Western advancement, is demonstrating his second film in Panorama. A ghostly soundscape drifts on his frequently circularly altered story, which rotates around a man moving toward middle age who becomes involved with the darker profundities of his past.
The first style of Moroccan producer Hicham Lasri was at that point evident at Panorama 2015 in The Sea is Behind and in plain view again a year ago in Starve Your Dog. Presently he returns for the third time with Headbang Lullaby, an outwardly dazzling hallucinogenic tall tale swimming in dynamic shading and brimming with foolish circumstances, which additionally investigates the historical backdrop of Lasri's local Morocco.
Naoko Ogigami effectively charmed groups of onlookers in Berlin with Megane in 2008 and Rentaneko in 2012. In her latest film Karera ga Honki de Amu toki wa (Close-Knit), the Japanese chief utilizes pondering, focussed symbolism to respect a potential matter-of-factness for non-regulating sexualities and the estimation of families that are characterized by affection and mind and not by traditions
Three present day arthouse movies from China and Hong Kong shed some new light on the intricate changes astir all through the unfathomable nation. Building up choices for one's self inside dictator frameworks is an awesome stride towards singular opportunity: In Bing Lang Xue (The Taste of Betel Nut), we encounter the tornado of youthful love on a resort island, while in Ghost in the Mountains and Ciao, a French co-generation, we relax in the amazing scenes of the Chinese good countries through the force of proficient cinematography.
In his New Zealand film One Thousand Ropes, Samoan executive Tusi Tamasese makes mythic pictures brimming with strain and focus to relate the narrative of Maea, the pastry specialist and male birthing assistant with the recuperating hands, whose individual evil spirits assume a fundamental part in his regular daily existence.
Today entire crowds of youthful cosmopolitans are attracted to Berlin by the guarantee of joy that the city has come to speak to – three movies that compensation tribute to this vision in to a great degree distinctive conduct are accumulated at Panorama: the psycho thriller Berlin Syndrome by Australian chief Cate Shortland, including Teresa Palmer, Max Riemelt and Matthias Habich; the women's activist tall tale The Misandrists by Berlinale standard Bruce LaBruce; and the para-explicit work of underground sci-fi Fluidø, by Taiwanese-American craftsman Shu Lea Cheang.
Thirteen more movies have been affirmed for the last determination from Europe alone. These incorporate works like the Spanish introduction include Pieles (Skins) by Eduardo Casanova, Rekvijem za gospodju J. (Memorial for Mrs. J.) by Serbia's Bojan Vuletić, Ferenc Török's 1945 from Hungary and God's Own Country, Francis Lee's element film make a big appearance from United Kingdom. Teona Mitevska comes back with a biting portrayal of Macedonian young people attempting to get their heading in When the Day Had no Name. Likewise coming back to Panorama are Norwegians Ole Giæver, with the emancipatory and philosophical self-examination Fra balkongen (From the Balcony), and Erik Poppe with Kongens Nei (The King's Choice), which manages the Norwegian lord's imperviousness to the German military in World War II.
Luca Guadagnino will demonstrate his French-Italian record of summer love, Call Me by Your Name, including Armie Hammer, Timothée Chalamet, Michael Stuhlbarg and Amira Casar, a screen adjustment of André Aciman's novel of a similar name, co-composed with James Ivory.
The Belgian-French-Lebanese co-generation Insyriated by Philippe Van Leeuw is an extreme chamber show including Hiam Abbass as a lady caught in the family's condo while a war seethes on outside. Kaygı (Inflame) by Ceylan Özgün Özçelik recounts the account of the incremental take off of across the board oversight of the press in Turkey and its impact on the work of a youthful female writer. Lastly there is Georgian chief Rezo Gigineishvili's Hostages, in which a yearning for flexibility and freedom grows into a preparation to utilize viciousness for youthful Soviet subjects amid a plane seizing set in 1983.
The Panorama Audience Awards for Best Feature Film and Best Documentary will be displayed for the nineteenth time together with radioeins and without precedent for co-operation with rbb TV. In 2016, more than 30,000 group of onlookers individuals cast their votes. On the Berlinale Publikumstag, February 19, the triumphant movies will be exhibited in CinemaxX7 taking after the honors service.
For the fifth time, the Heiner Carow Prize will be granted to a narrative, fiction highlight or exposition film in Panorama in co-operation with the DEFA Foundation for the Promotion of German Film Culture. Taking after the presentation of the honor on February 16 in Kino International, the Heiner Carow film Bis dass der Tod euch scheidet (Until Death Do Us Part, GDR 1979) will be appeared.
In his New Zealand film One Thousand Ropes, Samoan executive Tusi Tamasese makes mythic pictures brimming with pressure and focus to relate the account of Maea, the dough puncher and male birthing assistant with the recuperating hands, whose individual evil presences assume a fundamental part in his regular day to day existence.
Today entire crowds of youthful cosmopolitans are attracted to Berlin by the guarantee of satisfaction that the city has come to speak to – three movies that compensation tribute to this vision in greatly extraordinary behavior are accumulated at Panorama: the psycho thriller Berlin Syndrome by Australian chief Cate Shortland, including Teresa Palmer, Max Riemelt and Matthias Habich; the women's activist children's story The Misandrists by Berlinale standard Bruce LaBruce; and the para-obscene work of underground sci-fi Fluidø, by Taiwanese-American craftsman Shu Lea Cheang.
Panorama main programme and Panorama Special1945 - Hungary
By Ferenc Török
With Péter Rudolf, Bence Tasnádi, Tamás Szabó Kimmel, Dóra Sztarenki, Eszter Nagy-Kálózy
Berlin Syndrome - Australia
By Cate Shortland
With Teresa Palmer, Max Riemelt
Bing Lang Xue (The Taste of Betel Nut) – Hong Kong, China
By Hu Jia
With Zhao Bing Rui, Yue Ye, Shen Shi Yu
Call Me by Your Name - Italy / France
By Luca Guadagnino
With Armie Hammer, Timothée Chalamet, Michael Stuhlbarg, Amira Casar, Esther Garrel, Victoire Du Bois
Ciao Ciao - France / People’s Republic of China
By Song Chuan
With Liang Xueqin, Zhang Yu
Como Nossos Pais (Just Like Our Parents) - Brazil
By Laís Bodanzky
With Maria Ribeiro, Clarisse Abujamra, Paulo Vilhena, Felipe Rocha, Jorge Mautner, Herson Capri, Sophia Valverde, Annalara Prates
Discreet - USA
By Travis Mathews
With Jonny Mars, Atsuko Okatsuko, Joy Cunningham, Bob Swaffar
Fluidø - Germany
By Shu Lea Cheang
Fra balkongen (From the Balcony) - Norway
By Ole Giaever
Ghost in the Mountains – People’s Republic of China
By Yang Heng
With Tang Shenggang, Liang Yu, Shang Meitong, Xiang Peng, Zhang Yun
God's Own Country - United Kingdom
By Francis Lee
With Josh O'Connor, Alec Secăreanu, Gemma Jones, Ian Hart
Headbang Lullaby - Morocco / France / Qatar / Lebanon
By Hicham Lasri
With Aziz Hattab, Latefa Ahrrare, Zoubir Abou el Fadl, El Jirari Benaissa, Salma Eddlimi, Adil Abatorab
Hostages – Russian Federation / Georgia / Poland
By Rezo Gigineishvili
With Merab Ninidze, Darejan Kharshiladze, Tina Dalakishvili, Irakli Kvirikadze
Insyriated – Belgium / France / Lebanon
By Philippe Van Leeuw
With Hiam Abbass, Diamand Abou Abboud, Juliette Navis, Mohsen Abbas, Moustapha Al Kar
Karera ga Honki de Amu toki wa (Close-Knit) - Japan
By Naoko Ogigami
With Toma Ikuta, Rinka Kakihara, Kenta Kiritani
Kaygı (Inflame) - Turkey
By Ceylan Özgün Özçelik
With Algı Eke, Özgür Çevik
World premiere– Debut film
Kongens Nei (The King's Choice) - Norway / Sweden / Denmark / Ireland
By Erik Poppe
With Jesper Christensen, Anders Baasmo Christiansen, Karl Markovics, Tuva Novotny, Katharina Schüttler, Juliane Köhler
The Misandrists - Germany
By Bruce LaBruce
With Susanne Sachsse, Kembra Pfahler
One Thousand Ropes - New Zealand
By Tusi Tamasese
With Uelese Petaia, Frankie Adams, Væle Sima Urale, Ene Petaia, Beulah Koale, Anapela Polataivao
Pieles (Skins) – Spain
By Eduardo Casanova
with Ana Polvorosa, Candela Peña, Carmen Machi, Macarena Gómez, Secun de la Rosa, Jon Kortajarena, Antonio Duran "Morris", Eloi Costa
World premiere - Debut film
Rekvijem za gospodju J. (Requiem for Mrs. J.) - Serbia / Bulgaria / Macedonia / Russian Federation / France
By Bojan Vuletić
With Mirjana Karanović, Jovana Gavrilović, Danica Nedeljković, Vučić Perović
Tiger Girl – Germany
By Jakob Lass
With Ella Rumpf, Maria Dragus
Vaya - South Africa
By Akin Omotoso
With Mncedisi Shabangu, Zimkhitha Nyoka, Nomonde Mbusi, Sihle Xaba, Warren Masemola, Zimkhitha Nyoka, Nomonde Mbusi, Azwile Chamane
When the Day Had no Name - Macedonia / Belgium / Slovenia
By Teona Mitevska
With Leon Ristov, Hanis Bagashov, Dragan Mishevski, Stefan Kitanovic, Igorco Postolov, Ivan Vrtev Soptrajanov
Supporting FilmVênus - Filó a fadinha lésbica (Venus - Filly the Lesbian Little Fairy) – Brazil
By Sávio Leite
Already Announced TitlesCentaur - Kyrgyzstan / France / Germany / The Netherlands, by Aktan Arym Kubat
Honeygiver Among the Dogs – Bhutan, by Dechen Roder
Pendular - Brazil / Argentinia / France, by Julia Murat
The Wound - South Africa / Germany / The Netherlands / France, by John Trengove
Vazante - Brazil / Portugal, by Daniela Thomas
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