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Berlinale publishes first film title for 2022

The Berlinale has announced the first titles to be shown in February.

Berlin – The Berlinale has announced the first film titles to run at the festival next year. This includes “À propos de Joan” by Laurent Larivière with the French actress Isabelle Huppert and the German actor Lars Eidinger.

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The list, which was published on Wednesday, also includes “Der Passfälscher” with Jonathan Berlin and Luna Wedler, “Everyone talks about the weather” by Annika Pinske and the US production “Taurus” by director Tim Sutton with Megan Fox.

Along with Cannes and Venice, the Berlinale is one of the major film festivals. The program for the competition for the grand prizes is due to be published in January. The next film festival in Berlin is planned for February 10th to 20th. The festival management had recently repeatedly emphasized that they wanted to keep a festival in attendance despite the pandemic. At least 2G should then apply – so only vaccinated and recovered people would have access. dpa

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