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The Man Beyond the Bridge in Berlinale Forum

By NewsDesk • Published on January 19, 2010

Laxmikant Shetgaonkar s The Man Beyond the Bridge will be screened in the Berlinale forum in the 60th edition of the festival. The 40th Berlinale Forum will be showing a total of 34 films in the main programme, 19 of which are world premieres and 12 of which are international premieres.


According to an official press release, in its 40th year, the Berlinale Forum will feature a selection of films that capture the mood of the times in a sensitive way. As part of its special screenings, the section will be showing a three film homage to director Shimazu Yasujiro, a director who is still largely unknown in this part of the world and who is seen as one of the modernisers of Japanese pre-war cinema.


Berlinale 2010 will witness a considerable participation of Indian Cinema. Dev Benegal s Road, Movie and Vihir Kulkarni s Vihir will be screened in the Generation 14 Plus section. Panorama section will screen Kaushik Ganguly s Just Another Love Story while Shyam Benegal s Manthan will be screened in Culinary Cinema. Karan Johar s My Name is Khan will also be screened in the festival.


 The films to be shown in the 40th Forum as part of the official programme of the 60th Berlin International Film Festival: 


 A Crowd of Three (Kenta to Jun to Kayo chan no kuni) by Omori Tatsushi, Japan (IP)


 Aisheen [Still Alive in Gaza] by Nicolas Wadimoff, Switzerland/Qatar/France (WP)


 Au revoir Taipei (Y« y¨ T¡i bºi) by Arvin Chen, Taiwan/USA/Germany (WP)


 La belle visite by Jean-Fran§ois Caissy, Canada (IP)


 Biblioth¨que Pascal by Szabolcs Hajdu, Hungary/Germany (IP)


 Black Bus (Soreret) by Anat Yuta Zuria, Israel (IP)


 La bocca del lupo by Pietro Marcello, Italy (IP)


Congo in Four Acts by Dieudo Hamadi, Divita Wa Lusala, Patrick Ken Kalala, Kiripi Katembo Siku, Democratic Republic of Congo/South Africa (WP)


Crossing the Mountain (Fn shn) by Yang Rui, People s Republic of China (WP)


 Double Tide by Sharon Lockhart, USA/Austria (IP)


 Eine flexible Frau (The Drifter) by Tatjana Turanskyj, Germany (WP)


 El recuento de los da±os (The Counting of the Damages) by Ins de Oliveira Czar, Argentina (WP)


 El vuelco del cangrejo (Crab Trap) by Oscar Ru­z Navia, Colombia/France (EP)


 Fin (End) by Luis Sampieri, Spain (WP)


 Im Schatten (In the Shadows) by Thomas Arslan, Germany (WP)


 I m in Trouble! (Na-neun gon-kyeong-e cheo-haet-da!) by So Sang-min, Republic of Korea (IP)


 Imani by Caroline Kamya, Uganda/Sweden/Canada (WP)


 Indig¨ne d Eurasie (Native of Eurasia) by Sharunas Bartas, France/Lithuania/Russian Federation (WP)


 Kanik…sen by Sabu, Japan (EP)


 The Man Beyond the Bridge (Paltadacho Munis) by Laxmikant Shetgaonkar, India (EP)


 The Oath by Laura Poitras, USA (IP)


 One Day (Y‡™u y« tin) by Hou Chi-Jan, Taiwan (WP)


 Orly by Angela Schanelec, Germany/France (WP)


 Our Fantastic 21st Century (Neo-wa na-eui i-shib-il-seki) by Ryu Hyung-ki, Republic of Korea (IP)


 Portrait of the Fighter as a Young Man (Portretul luptÆ’torului la tinere…£e) by Constantin Popescu, Romania (WP)


 Pus (Haze) by Tayfun Pirselimo¸lu, Turkey/Greece (IP)


 Putty Hill by Matthew Porterfield, USA (WP)


 Sawako Decides (Kawa no soko kara konnichi wa) by Ishii Yuya, Japan (IP)


 Schnupfen im Kopf (Head Cold) by Gamma Bak, Germany/Hungary (WP)


 Sona, the Other Myself (Sona, m… hitori no watashi) by Yang Yonghi, Japan/Republic of Korea (WP)


 Sunny Land by Aljoscha Weskott, Marietta Kesting, Germany/South Africa (WP)


 Der Tag des Spatzen (The Day of the Sparrow) by Philip Scheffner, Germany (WP)


 Winter s Bone by Debra Granik, USA (IP)


 Ya (I am) by Igor Voloshin, Russian Federation (IP)


 Special Screenings


 


Antonio das Mortes (O Drag£o da Maldade contra o Santo Guerreiro) by Glauber Rocha, Brasil


 Boris Lehman et ses amis Three short films by Boris Lehman


Retouches et rparations by Boris Lehman, Belgium (WP)


Choses qui me rattachent aux ªtres by Boris Lehman, Belgium (WP)


Un peintre sous surveillance by Boris Lehman, Belgium


 Im Angesicht des Verbrechens by Dominik Graf, Germany (WP)


 Kyoto Story (Ky…to Uzumasa monogatari) by Yoji Yamada, Tsutomu Abe, Japan (WP)


 Nnette by Nicolas Philibert, France (WP)


 Word is Out Stories of Some of Our Lives by Rob Epstein, USA


 The Lights of Asakusa (Asakusa no tomoshibi) by Shimazu Yasujiro, Japan


So Goes My Love (Ai yori ai e) by Shimazu Yasujiro, Japan


The Trio s Engagement (Konyaku sanbagarasu) by Shimazu Yasujiro, Japan


 

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