StudioCanal has announced three new films set to debut on its Berlin slate. The first is from director Cedric Klapisch who will re-team with his Auberge Espagnole star Romain Duris. Few details are currently available apart from cast with Juliette Binoche, Fabrice Luchini, Francois Cluzet, Karin Viard and Albert Dupontel joining Duris. The film, entitled Paris , is in production and is budgeted at $17.6m (Euros 13.5m).

Also new is Game Of Four from directors Bruno Dega and Jeanne Le Guillou. Currently in post-production, the film centers on two married couples in which one spouse from each is having an affair with a spouse from the other. Francois Cluzet, Mathilde Seigner, Roschdy Zem and Alice Taglioni star.

The third new film on the line-up is billed as a 'Polski Western' called Summer Love. Starring Val Kilmer, Boguslaw Linda, Karel Roden and Katarzyna Figura, Love is a game of cat and mouse replete with a 'Wanted Man,' a 'Stranger' and a posse. StudioCanal will screen the film in Berlin.

Other previously announced titles on the StudioCanal line up include David Lynch's Inland Empire, Wong Kar-Wai's Lady From Shanghai and My Blueberry Nights, Mathieu Kassovitz's Babylon A.D., Denys Arcand's The Age Of Ignorance, James Huth's Hellphone, Jean-Jacques Annaud's His Majesty Minor and Margarethe von Trotta's I Am The Other Woman.