Generation, the Berlinale's programme for children and young people's films, has set its line-up of 25 feature films, including three world premieres and 10 international premieres, from 22 countries.

The competition for Generation Kplus (previously Kinderfilmfest) will open in the Zoo Palast cinema on Feb 9 with the international premiere of Robert Shaye's fantasy adventure The Last Mimzy, starring child actors Rhiannon Leigh Wryn and Chris O'Neil, and Timothy Hutton.

Meanwhile, the youth film competition, Generation 14plus, will open the same day with the Brazilian hip-hop drama Antonia by Tata Amaral whose international career began at the Berlinale in the Forum section 10 years ago with A Starry Sky.

The two competition lineups are follow.

Generation Kplus feature films

Call Me Elisabeth (Je m'appelle Elisabeth) by Jean-Pierre Ameris, France 2006
Crusade: March Through Time (Kruistocht in Spijkerbroek) by Ben Sombogaart, The Netherlands/Germany /Luxembourg/Belgium
Dorm (Dek Hor) by Songyos Sugmakanan, Thailand
Ice Bar (Ice Keh-ki) by Yeo In-gwang, Republic of Korea
Iska's Journey (Iszka Utazasa) by Csaba Bollok, Hungary
Kidz in da Hood (Forortsungar) by Ylva Gustavsson and Catti Edfeldt, Sweden
Lotte from Gadgetville (Leiutajatekula Lotte) by Heiki Ernits and Janno Poldma, Estonia/Latvia
Love & Dance (Sipur Hatzi Russi) by Eitan Anner, Israel
Mukhsin by Yasmin Ahmad, Malaysia
Razzle Dazzle by Darren Ashton, Australia
Silly's Sweet Summer (Blode Mutze!) by Johannes Schmid, Germany
The Last Mimzy by Robert Shaye, US
Trigger by Gunnar Vikene, Norway/Sweden/Denmark
U by Gregoire Solotareff & Serge Elissalde, France

Generation 14plus

Antonia (Antonia) by Tata Amaral, Brazil
Eagle vs. Shark by Taika Waititi, New Zealand
Like a Virgin (Cheonhajangsa Madonna) by Lee Hae-young and Lee Hae-jun, Republic of Korea
Man in the Chair by Michael Schroeder, US
Sweet Mud (Adama Meshuga'at) by Dror Shaul, Israel/Germany/France/Japan
TEKKONKINKREET by Michael Arias, Japan
The Fall by Tarsem Singh, US/India
The Way I Spent the End of the World (Cum mi-am petrecut sfarsitul lumii) by Catalin Mitulescu, Romania/France
This is England by Shane Meadows, Great Britain
Vanaja by Rajnesh Domalpalli, India/USA
West by Daniel Krige, Australia