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Opening Film

"The International" (USA/Germany)
Videos

Katalin Varga

Mammoth

Ricky

Forever Enthralled

Tatarak (Sweet Rush)

In the Electric Mist
Full list of 'Competition' films>>
Christina Yao's Qing dynasty family drama "Empire of Silver" ("Baiyin Diguo") has been invited for the Berlinale Special section. "John Rabe" starring Chinese actress Zhang Jingchu will be screened at Berlinale Special.
Jury Members
Tilda Swinton (president)

Alice Waters

Wayne Wang

Christoph Schlingensief

Henning Mankell

Gaston Kabore

Isabel Coixet
 
Previous Chinese Winners at Berlinale
'In Love We Trust' - Silver Bear (2008)
Chinese director and screenwriter Wang Xiaoshuai has picked up his second Silver Bear at the Berlin Film Festival.
'Tuya's Marriage' - Golden Bear (2007)
Chinese drama "Tuya's Marriage" about a herdswoman and her two husbands won the Golden Bear prize for best picture at the 57th Berlinale.
'Peacock' - Silver Bear (2005)
Chinese director Gu Changwei's art-house film "Peacock" ("Kong Que") garnered the Silver Bear award at the 2005 Berlinale.
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The 58th Berlin Int'l Film Festival
The 61st Cannes Film Festival