The Berlinale's Perspektive Deutsches Kino sidebar, which showcases young and up-and-coming German film-makers with fresh ideas, approaches and talent, has become the latest section - after the Forum and Generation (Kplus/14plus) - to finalise its programme for the 2007 edition of the festival.

Another five films have been selected by programmer Alfred Holighaus to join the six titles which were made known at the end of last year.

Theyinclude a documentary portrait of Wim Wenders' early years as filmmaker by Filmakademie Baden-Wuerttemberg student Marcel Wehn; Sonja Heiss' feature film with documentary elements Hotel Very Welcome to Astrid Schult's portrait of an eight-year-old boy mastering the challenges of everyday life in his own inimitable way in the tough Berlin suburb of Hellersdorf.

The 11 titles selected for the Perspektive Deutsches Kino are:

All Gone (Alle Alle), dir: Pepe Planitzer; Ash Wednesday (Aschermittwoch), dir: Ileana Cosmovici; Autopilots (Autopiloten), dir: Bastian Guenther Blind Flight (Blindflug), dir: Ben von Grafenstein; Hotel Very Welcome, dir: Sonja Heiss Memory Effect (Memoryeffekt), dir: Claudia Lehmann; No Circus (Zirkus Is Nich), dir: Astrid Schult; Osdorf, dir: Maja Classen; Nothing Else Matters (Was Am Ende Zaehlt), dir: Julia von Heinz; Pool of Princesses (Prinzessinnenbad), dir: Bettina Blümner; Stand Straight (Aufrecht Stehen), dir: Hannah Schweier; Von Einem Der Auszog Wim Wenders' Fruehe Jahre, dir: Marcel Wehn.