Institutional Funding

© 2021 Nord-Ouest Films, Arte France Cinema © 2021 Nord-Ouest Films, Arte France Cinema

Institutional Funding

Berlinale Goes Kiez

Berlinale Back Again with Kino im Kiez

With the special series, the festival honours the social function of the neighbourhood cinemas and the role they play in a diverse film culture

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Encounters

The 2022 films

Berlinale 2022

Mariette Rissenbeek and Carlo Chatrian with an outlook on the festival 2022. Afterwards the Artistic Director presents the films in the Competition, the Encounters section as well as the Berlinale Special.

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Berlinale Special

The Complete Programme

Exercises in Resistance

Carlo Chatrian on the uncertainty in times of Corona, the necessity for an in-person festival and the films of the 72nd Berlin International Film Festival

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Panorama

Caution! High Voltage!

The section's 2022 programme offers a wild ride through contemporary cinema

Berlinale Talents

The Talents of 2022

From February 12 to 17, 2022, a new cohort of 200 Talents from over 70 countries joins the fold: connecting them digitally worldwide, we count on them to broaden our horizons and to inspire the wider film community!

„Co-Pro Series“ 2022

Ten Extraordinary Series Projects in Search of International Partners

At its pitch event on February 15, “Co-Pro Series”, the Berlinale Co-Production Market will again be presenting ten international series projects looking for financing partners. One-on-one meetings will also be organised. New projects come from the producers of The Bridge and Occupied, among others, as well as from directors such as Isabel Coixet, Hans Herbots and Alli Haapasalo

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„Berlinale Series Market“

Current Trends and Developments in Talks, Screenings and Showcases

The eighth edition of the “Berlinale Series Market” (February 14 to 16, 2022) will once again offer industry experts, right holders, buyers and creatives a platform to address and discuss current developments in the world of series

Forum

The Pull of Precisely Observed Matter

The films of the 52nd Berlinale Forum

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Berlinale Series

Un-familiar Spaces

Seven titles comprise the eighth year of Berlinale Series

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Generation

Let‘s Dance

The section's programme is complete

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Berlinale Co-Production Market

A Boost for Attractive Feature Film Projects

34 selected feature film projects from 32 countries will be presented at the 19th Berlinale Co-Production Market (February 12 to 16)

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Berlinale Shorts

Close-Ups of the Bigger Picture

With their fearless subjectivity, the filmmakers invite us to see the world through their eyes. Rosa Barba, Payal Kapadia and Reinhard W. Wolf form the 2022 International Short Film Jury

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Forum Expanded

Closer to the Ground

Moving closer to the ground, getting to the bottom of things, looking and hearing with precision, perceiving what’s happening close by, oft-unnoticed: these are the ideas that inform the 17th edition of Forum Expanded

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Perspektive Deutsches Kino

An Echo of the Past

Seven feature films and documentaries have been invited. From this year onwards, the section also wishes to draw attention to other skills that shape the creative process of filmmaking

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Sustainable Travel

Environment and Climate-Friendly Journey to the Berlinale

The Berlinale Event Ticket of the Deutsche Bahn.