The section's main programme will open on February 5 with Danish actress-director Rie Rasmussen's debut feature Human Zoo while the Panorama Special strand will kick off with another debut, North (Nord) by Norway's Rune Denstad Langlo.

The final raft of titles to be confirmed include world premieres of new films from German directors Andreas Struck (Sleeping Songs), Jochen Hick (The Good American) and Marco Wilms (Comrade Couture), Russia's Pavel Bardin (Russia 88) and Hong Kong's Simon Chung (End Of Love)

In addition, Korean-born Sung-Hyung Cho brings her new documentary Home From Home to Berlin. The film looks at ex-pat Koreans returning to Korea after 30 years of living and working in Germany to spend their retirement in a purpose-built 'German village'.

In addition to celebrating 30 years of programming, the Panorama is also marking 10 years of the Panorama Audience Award by re-screening all of the winning films from the past decade - from Spanish filmmaker Benito Zambrano's Alone in 1998 to Eran Riklis's Lemon Tree in 2008.

The additional confirmed titles completing the programme are:

Panorama Main Programme

A North Chinese Girl by Zou Peng, People's Republic of China (WP)

Raging Sun, Raging Sky by Julián Hernández, Mexico (WP)

Retribution by Paulo Pons, Brazil

Russia 88 by Pavel Bardin, Russian Federation (WP)

Sleeping Songs by Andreas Struck, Germany (WP)

Strella by Panos H. Koutras, Greece (WP)

Panorama Special

Claustrophobia by Ivy Ho, Hong Kong, China

End Of Love by Simon Chung, Hong Kong, China (WP)

North by Rune Denstad Langlo, Norway (WP)

Short Cut To Hollywood by Marcus Mittermeier, Jan Henrik Stahlberg, Germany, Austria, USA (WP)

Yang Yang by Yu-Chieh Cheng, Taiwan (WP)

Panorama Dokumente

City Of Borders by Yun Suh, USA (WP)

Comrade Couture by Marco Wilms, Germany (WP)

Home From Home by Sung-Hyung Cho, Germany (WP)

Kashmir: Journey To Freedom by Udi Aloni, USA/Israel

Kiss The Moon by Kha lid Gill, Germany (WP)

Off Ways by Uli M Schueppel, Germany (WP)

The Good American by Jochen Hick, Germany (WP)

The Yes Men Fix The World by Mike Bonanno, Andy Bichlbaum, Kurt Engfehr, USA

War And Love In Kabul by Helga Reidemeister, Germany (WP)

Supporting Films

575 Castro Street by Jenni Olson, USA

Gevald by Netalie Braun, Israel

Queer Sarajevo Festival 2008 by Masa Hilcisin, Cazim Dervisevic, Bosnia and Herzegovina (WP)

The Casuarina Cove by Junfeng Boo, Singapore (WP)

The End Of The Pig Is The Beginning Of The Sausage by John Edward Heys, Germany (WP)