"Caesar Must Die" Wins the Golden Bear
"Caesar Must Die," a docu-drama in which murderers and mafiosi act out a Shakespearean tragedy in a high-security Italian jail, won the Golden Bear award for best picture at the Berlin film festival on Saturday.

Chinese Movies Make Strong Comeback at Berlinale
After sitting out last year's Berlin Film Festival, top Chinese movie makers have returned to the spotlight with 12 films dealing with Chinese mythology, history and modern society.
v "Sister" Won Silver Bear Prize by Alfred Bauer Prize
v "Haywire" Presented at Berlin Film Festival
v Berlin Film Festival Attracts Record Numbers
v About 500 Films to Be Screened as Part of the BIFF
v Streep Honored with Lifetime Achievement Award
v "The Flowers of War" Premieres in Berlin
v Diane Kruger Opens Berlin Film Festival with 'Farewell My Queen'
v Wang Quan'an to Grace the Red Carpet at BIFF

Director: Wang Quan'an
Cast members: Zhang Yuqi, Duan Yihong, 
                       Zhang Fengyi, Wu Gang

[Director: Doze, Niu Chen-Zer]

Joyful Reunion
[Director: Tsao Jui-Yuan]

The Monkey King
[Director: Da Su, Zhihong Chen]

Flying Swords of Dragon Gate
[Director: Tsu Hark]

The Flowers of War
[Director: Zhang Yimou]

White Deer Plain


Home For The Weekend


War Witch


Farewell My Queen


Postcards From The Zoo

Jayne Mansfield's Car


A Royal Affair

Childish Games

Just The Wind

Caesar Must Die



Coming Home

'Tuya's Marriage'
(Golden Bear)

The Women From The Lake Of Scented Souls (Golden Bear)

'Red Sorghum'
(Golden Bear)
• The 60th Berlin Film Festival
• The 59th Berlin Film Festival
• The 58th Berlin Int'l Film Festival