The line-up for the Berlinale’s Panorama is now complete with the confirmation of the remaining films including projects from Ferzan Ozpetek, Andreas Kleinert, Rosa von Praunheim, Feo Aladag and Patrick Hughes.

A total of 54 films from 29 countries have been selected, of which 31 are world premieres and 18 directorial debuts.

The Panorama’s main programme will open on February 11 with Felix Mikhailov’s Jolly Fellows (Veselchaki) (picured) focusing on the clandestine subculture of a Moscow club and its drag queen performers confronted with Russia’s profoundly homophobic society.

The main programme’s world premieres will also include Andreas Kleinert’s Barriere, Patrick Hughes’ Red Hill and Cheryl Dunye’s The Owls.

Meanwhile, the Panorama Special will kick off a day later on February 12 with Czech director Jan Hřebejk’s family drama Kawasaki’s Rose (Kawasakiho Růže), which highlights a dark chapter of recent Czech history.  The Panorama Dokumente showcase of documentaries will open with David Sieveking’s David Wants To Fly exploring his idol David Lynch’s obsession with transcendental meditation.

The Panorama Dokumente’s showcase includes a number of projects covering art and film history, including Blank City, which brings together an array of US avant-garde artists from the 1970s and 80s.

In addition, section head Wieland Speck has invited supporting films by Canada’s “Panorama regular” John Greyson, James Franco and Ira Sachs.

Speck also announced that the filmmaker Werner Schroeter will receive the Special TEDDY 2010 at the TEDDY - Queer Film Awards during the Berlinale.

The latest additions to the Panorama line-up are:

Main Programme

Barriere, (Germany) Andreas Kleinert, world premiere

One Life Maybe Two (Due Vita Per Caso), (Italy) Alessandro Aronadio, world premiere

Fucking Different São Paulo, (Germany/Brazil) Rodrigo Diaz Diaz, Luiz René Guerra, Sabrina Greve, Joana Galvão, Monica Palazzo, Max Julien, Ricky Mastro, René Guerra, Silvia Lourenço, Gustavo Vinagre, Herman Barck, Luciana Lemos, Elzemann Neves

Missing Man (Propavshyi Bez Vesty),(Russia) Anna Fenchenko

Red Hill, (Australia) Patrick Hughes, Australia, world premiere

The Owls, (US) Cheryl Dunye, US

Jolly Fellowsi (Veselchak), (Russia) Felix Mikhailov

Southern Districtr (Zona Su), (Bolivia) Juan Carlos Valdivia

Panorama Special

Bróder! (Broder!), (Brazil) Jeferson De

Die Fremde (When We Leave), (Germany) Feo Aladag, world premiere

Mine vaganti (Loose Cannons), (Italy) Ferzan Ozpetek, world premiere

Monga by Doze, (Taiwan) Niu Chen-Zer, world premiere

Open, (US) Jake Yuzna, world premiere

Paha Perhe(Bad Company), (Finland) Aleksi Salmenperä

Reinventing Robert Axle, (US) Trent Cooper, world premiere

Welcome To The Rileys, (US) Jake Scott, world premiere

Panorama Dokumente

Arias With A Twist The Movie, (US) Bobby Sheehan, world premiere

Blank City, (US) Céline Danhier

Budrus, (US) Julia Bacha

Cuchillo De Palo (108), (Spain) Renate Costa, world premiere

Daniel Schmid - Le Chat Qui Pense, (Swizerland) Pascal Hofmann, Benny Jaberg, world premiere

David Wants To Fly, (Germany/Austria/Switzerland) David Sieveking, world premiere

Friedensschlag - Das Jahr Der Entscheidung (To Fight For – The Year of Decision), (Germany) Gerardo Milsztein, world premiere

Fritz Bauer - Tod auf Raten (Death By Instalments), (Germany) Ilona Ziok, world premiere

I Shot My Love, (Israel/Germany) Tomer Heymann, world premiere

New York Memories, (Germany) Rosa von Praunheim, world premiere

Red, White & The Green, (Iran) Nader Davoodi

Rock Hudson - Dark and Handsome Stranger, (Germany) Andrew Davies, André Schäfer, world premiere

Shtikat Haarchion (A Film Unfinished), (Israel) Yael Hersonski

Supporting films

Covered, (Canada) John Greyson

Herbert White, (US) James Franco

Last Address, (US) Ira Sachs

The Feast Of Stephen, (US) James Franco