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Indian short selected for Berlinale 2012

By NewsDesk • Published on January 20, 2012

Panchabhuta by Mohan Kumar Valasala has been selected for competition in Berlinale Shorts 2012.

This Indian short film will compete with 26 other short films from 21 countries for the Golden Bear and Silver Bear Jury Prize, the DAAD Short Film Award and a short film nomination for the European Film Prize.

The short film Jury comprises German actress Sandra Hüller, Palestinian artist Emily Jacir and Irish-born filmmaker David OReilly.

Berlinale Shorts 2012:

 Ad balloon, Lee Woo-jung, Republic of Korea

An das Morgengrauen, Mariola Brillowska, Germany

Ein Mädchen Namens Yssabeau, Rosana Cuellar, Germany / Mexico

Enakkum Oru Per, Suba Sivakumaran, USA / Sri Lanka

Erotic Fragments No. 1, 2, 3, Anucha Boonyawatana, Thailand

Gurehto Rabitto, Atsushi Wada, France

Impossible exchange, Mahmoud Hojeij, Lebanon

Karrabing! Low Tide Turning, Liza Johnson, Elizabeth A. Povinelli

La Santa, Mauricio López Fernández, Chile

LI.LI.TA.AL., Akihito Izuhara, Japan

Licuri Surf, Guile Martins, Brazil

Loxoro, Claudia Llosa, Spanien / Peru / Argentine / USA

Mah-Chui, Kim Souk-young, Republic of Korea

Nostalgia, Gustavo Rondón Córdova, Venezuela

Panchabhuta, Mohan Kumar Valasala, India

PUSONG WAZAK! Isa Na Namang Kwento Ng Pag-ibig Sa Pagitan Ng Isang Kriminal at Isang Puta, Khavn De La Cruz, Philippines

Rafa, João Salaviza, Portugal / France

Say Goodbye to the Story (ATT 1/11), Christoph Schlingensief, Germany

Shi Luo Zhi Di, Zhou Yan, People’s Republic of China

Strauß.ok, Jeanne Faust, Germany

The End, Barcelo, France

The Man that Got Away, Trevor Anderson, Canada

Utsikter, Marcus Harrling, Moa Geistrand, Sweden

Uzushio, Naoto Kawamoto, Japan

Vilaine Fille Mauvais Garçon, Justine Triet, France

Yi chang ge ming zhong hai wei lai de ji ding yi de xing wei, Sun Xun, People’s Republic of China

Zounk!, Billy Roisz, Austria

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