The lineup for the 74th Berlin Film Festival has been announced, which will run from February 15-24.
After making its world premiere at Sundance this week is U.S. director Aaron Schimberg’s A Different Man starring Sebastian Stan, Renate Reinsve and Adam Pearson a comic body horror story about actor who has facial reconstruction surgery only to find out that the role in the story of his life has been given to another actor. Kristen Stewart, who presided over last year’s Berlin jury, returns with Rose Glass’s queer road thriller Love Lies Bleeding, also a Sundance get.
Also in the lineup we’ll see La Cocina with Rooney Mara from Alonso Ruizpalacious, Another End with Gael García Bernal and Reinsve and the opening film Small Things Like These starring Oppenheimer‘s Cillian Murphy. Films set for the Berlinale Special strand section include Amanda Seyfried in Atom Egoyan’s Seven Veils, which premiered in Toronto last fall, German filmmaker Julia von Heinz’s Treasure (formerly titled Iron Box) with Lena Dunham and Stephen Fry, and Nathan Zellner’s Sasquatch Sunset starring Riley Keough and Jesse Eisenberg, which premiered at Sundance.
As previously announced, Adam Sandler, Carey Mulligan and Paul Dano will be there for the world premiere of Netflix’s Spaceman, directed by Johan Renck plus Euphoria and The Hunger Games: A Ballad of Songbirds & Snakes star Hunter Schafer will be in the lineup with the horror film Cuckoo from German-American director Tilman Singer.
Lupita Nyong’o will preside over the main jury. See full lineup below.
Small Things Like These by Tim Mielants
Another End by Piero Messina
Architecton by Victor Kossakovsky
Black Tea by Abderrahmane Sissako
La Cocina by Alonso Ruizpalacios
Dahomey by Mati Diop
A Different Man by Aaron Schimberg
L’Empire (The Empire) by Bruno Dumont
Gloria! by Margherita Vicario
Hors du temps (Suspended Time) by Olivier Assayas
In Liebe, Eure Hilde (From Hilde, With Love) by Andreas Dresen
Keyke mahboobe man (My Favourite Cake) by Behtash Sanaeeha and Maryam Moghaddam
Langue Etrangere by Claire Burger
Me el Ain (Who Do I Belong to) by Meryam Joobeur
Pepe by Nelson Carlos De Los Santos Arias
Shambhala by Min Bahadur Bham
Sterben” by Matthias Glasner
Des Teufels Bad (The Devil’s Bath) by Severin Fiala and Veronika Franz
Vogter (Sons) by Gustav Moller
Yeohaengjaui pilyo (A Traveler’s Needs) by Hong Sangsoo
Arcadia by Yorgos Zois
Cidade; Campo by Juliana Rojas
Demba by Mamadou Dia
Direct Action by Guillaume Cailleau and Ben Russell
Dormir de olhos abertos (Sleep With Your Eyes Open)” by Nele Wohlatz
The Fable by Raam Reddy
Une famille (A Family) by Christine Angot
Favoriten by Ruth Beckermann
Ivo by Eva Trobisch
Khamyazeye bozorg (The Great Yawn)” by Aliyar Rasti
Kong fang jian li de nv ren (Some Rain Must Fall) by Qiu Yang
Maos no fogo (Hands in the Fire) by Margarida Gil
Matt and Mara by Kazik Radwanski
Through the Graves the Wind Is Blowing by Travis Wilkerson
Tu me abrasas (You Burn Me) by Matias Pineiro