Berlin's Panorama rounds out with world premieres for Cherry, Iron Sky
Cherry - starring Heather Graham, James Franco and Dev Patel - and my Brother the Devil among final Panorama titles.
This year’s Berlin Panorama section rounds out with world premieres for Stephen Elliot’s drama Cherry about a troubled porn star, starring Heather Graham, James Franco, Dev Patel, Lili Taylor and Ashley Hinshaw; Naoko Ogigami’s Dove, Alexei Mizgirev’s The Convoy, Timo Vuorenola’s Iron Sky and Peter Kern’s Belief, Love, Death, among others.
The Berlinale today announced the final 11 features and two documentaries in the section, bringing the total number of feature film entries in Panorama to 53: 18 in the main programme, 15 in Panorama Special and 20 in Panorama Dokumente.
In total, 24 women filmmakers present 16 films in the strand.
Panorama feature additions:
Bugis Street Redux by Yonfan (Hong Kong)
Cherry by Stephen Elliott (US) [WP]
Chocó by Jhonny Hendrix Hinestroza (Columbia) [WP]
Belief, Love, Death (Glaube, Liebe, Tod) by Peter Kern (Austria) [WP]
Highway by Deepak Rauniyar (Nepal/US) [WP]
Iron Sky by Timo Vuorensola (Finland/Netherlands/Australia/Germany) [WP]
Love by Doze Niu (China/Taiwan)
Man On Ground by Akin Omotoso (South Africa)
My Brother The Devil by Sally El Hosaini (UK)
Rent-a-Cat (Rentaneko) by Naoko Ogigami (Japan) [WP]
The Convoy by Alexey Mizgirev (Russian Federation) [WP]
Our Story – 10-year ‘Guerrilla Warfare’ of Beijing Queer Film Festival (Wo men de gu shi) by Yang Yang (China)
Blut muss fließen - Undercover unter Nazis by Peter Ohlendorf (Germany) [WP]