Russian writer-director-producer Sergei Bodrov will be in Berlin on Sunday to unveil his upcoming directing and production slate, including The Great Khan, the anticipated sequel to his Oscar-nominated 2007 film, Mongol.

This second part of his Genghis Khan biopic will be shot in 2011 in China, Kazakhstan, Germany and Mongolia, and will be produced by Bodrov Film Production with the US-based Tengri Production, Kinofabrika and Skady Lis’ new independent production and financing company Getaway Pictures.

The production partners are also developing Bodrov’s Queen Of War, which will shoot in India, Kazakhstan and Morocco, and Samson, an adaptation of Vladimir Jabotinsky’s novel of the same name, which will shoot in Israel and Morocco.

Bodrov will also serve as producer on Régis Wargnier’s Sultan Beybars, and direct The Last Photograph for Zack and Deborah Snyder’s Cruel & Unusual Films.