Films from SEE Countries Selected for 2022 Berlinale

2022-01-27 04:00:44

Several feature, short, animated and documentary films from SEE countries have been selected for various sections of the 72nd edition of the Berlin International Film Festival. This year the festival will start on 10 February and the winners will be announced on 16 February, with the last four days (17-20 February) with re-runs for the public.

The European Film Market will take place entirely online from 10 to 17 February 2022, and the same will go for the Berlinale Co-Production Market (12-16 February 2022), Berlinale Talents (12-17 February 2022) and World Cinema Fund-Day.

Films and Projects from SEE Countries Selected for the Berlinale 2022:

Berlinale Shorts:

Memories from the Eastern Front / Amintiri de pe Frontul de Est (Romania) Documentary
Directed by Radu Jude, Adrian Cioflâncă

Panorama:

Working Class Heroes / Heroji radničke klase (Serbia)
Directed by Milos Pusic 

Convenience Store / Produkty 24 (Russian Federation, Slovenia, Turkey)
Directed by Michael Borodin

Forum:

Afterwater (Germany, Spain, South Korea, Serbia)
Directed by Dane Komljen 

Generation:

Generation Kplus:

Moja Vesna (Slovenia, Australia)
Directed by Sara Kern 

Generation 14plus:

Alis (Colombia, Chile, Romania) Documentary
Directed by Clare Weiskopf, Nicolas van Hemelryck

Berlinale Series 2022:

“Berlinale Series Market Selects”:

Black Wedding / Crna svadba (Serbia)
Directed by Nemanja Cipranic 

The Silence / Šutnja (Croatia, Ukraine)
Directed by Dalibor Matanic 

Co-Production Market:

Official Selection of Projects Berlinale Co-Production Market 2022:

In the Shadow of the Horns (Serbia)
Directed by Ognjen Glavonic 

“Berlinale Directors”:

Heia, Heia, Safari! (Germany, Romania)
Directed by Radu Jude 

 


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