The 16th edition ofCopenhagen's NatFilm Festival (April 1-17) will kick off with a screening of Edgar Reitz's11-hour long Heimat 3 - A Chronicle of Endings and Beginnings,the latest film in the director's trilogy about Germany.

Starting on the dayof the fall of the Berlin Wall and ending on the eve of the new millennium, itsees Hermann Simon, a celebrated conductor, reunited with the love of his life,singer Clarissa Lichtblau.

The festival willalso screen Kim Ki-Duk's 3-Iron as well Nicole Kassell's The Woodsman, John Sayles' SilverCity and Gregg Araki's Mysterious Skin.

NatFilm is the largest film festival in Denmark - last year it racked up35, 086 ticket sales.