The Berlin Film Festival has put together its Forum program made up of 41 features that include 22 world premieres. The section is heavy on European titles with films from Croatia, Greece, Georgia, Denmark, Spain, Greece and Germany. Also on the roster are three U.S. films: David M. Rosenthal’s A Single Shot starring Sam Rockwell, William H. Macy, Melissa Leo, Jeffrey Wright, Kelly Reilly and Jason Isaacs; Andrew Bujalski’s Computer Chess and Matt Porterfield’s I Used To Be Darker, both of which are premiering in the Sundance Next sidebar. Berlin kicks off on February 7. Click over for the full list of Foum films.

Die 727 Tage Ohne Karamo (The 727 Days Without Karamo) by Anja Salomonowitz, Austria – WP

A Single Shot by David M. Rosenthal, USA/United Kingdom/Canada – WP

Al-Khoroug Lel-Nahar (Coming Forth By Day) by Hala Lotfy, Egypt

A batalha De Tabatô (The Battle Of Tabatô) by João Viana, Guinea-Bissau/Portugal – WP

Computer Chess by Andrew Bujalski, USA – IP

Echolot by Athanasios Karanikolas, Germany – WP

Elelwani by Ntshavheni Wa Luruli, South Africa – IP

Fahtum Pandinsoong (Boundary) by Nontawat Numbenchapol, Thailand/Cambodia – WP

Fynbos by Harry Patramanis, South Africa/Greece – IP

Grzeli Nateli Dgeebi (In Bloom) by Nana Ekvtimishvili and Simon Groß, Georgia/Germany – WP

Halbschatten (Everyday Objects) by Nicolas Wackerbarth, Germany/France – WP

Hélio Oiticica by Cesar Oiticia Filho, Brazil – IP

I Aionia Epistrofi Tou Antoni Paraskeua (The Eternal Return Of Antonis Paraskevas) by Elina Psykou, Greece – WP

I Kóri (The Daughter) by Thanos Anastopoulos, Greece/Italy – IP

I Used To Be Darker by Matt Porterfield, USA – IP

Je Ne Suis Pas Mort (I’m Not Dead) by Mehdi Ben Attia, France – IP

Krugovi (Circles) by Srdan Golubović, Serbia/Germany

Kujira No Machi (The Town Of Whales) by Keiko Tsuruoka, Japan

Lamma Shoftak (When I Saw You) by Annemarie Jacir, Palestinian Territories/Jordan

Matar Extraños (Killing Strangers) by Jacob Secher Schulsinger, Nicolás Pereda, Mexico/Denmark – WP

Materia Oscura (Dark Matter) by Massimo D’Anolfi and Martina Perenti, Italy – WP

Das Merkwürdige Kätzchen (The Strange Little Cat) by Ramon Zürcher, Germany – WP

Le Météore (The Meteor) by François Delisle, Canada

Mo Sheng (Forgetting To Know You) by Quan Ling, People’s Republic of China – WP

Moddhikhane Char (Char… The No Man’s Island) by Sourav Sarangi, India

Obrana I Zaštita (A Stranger) by Bobo Jelčić, Croatia/Bosnia Herzegovina – WP

La Paz by Santiago Loza, Argentina – WP

La Plaga (The Plague) by Neus Ballús, Spain – WP

Powerless by Fahad Mustafa and Deepti Kakkar, India – WP

Sakura Namiki No Mankai No Shita Ni (Cold Bloom) by Atsushi Funahashi, Japan

Senzo Ni Naru (Roots) by Kaoru Ikeya, Japan – WP

Shirley – Visions of Reality by Gustav Deutsch, Austria – WP

Sieniawka by Marcin Malaszczak, Germany/Poland – WP

Stemple Pass by James Benning, USA – IP

Sto Lyko (To The Wolf) by Christina Koutsospyrou and Aran Hughes, Greece/France – WP

Terra De Ninguém (No Man’s Land) by Salomé Lamas, Portugal – IP

Tian Mi Mi (Together) by Hsu Chao-jen, Taiwan

Vaters Garten – Die Liebe Meiner Eltern (Father’s Garden – The Love Of My Parents) by Peter Liechti, Switzerland – WP

Viola by Matías Piñeiro, Argentina

The Weight Of Elephants by Daniel Joseph Borgman, New Zealand/Denmark – WP

Za Marksa… (For Marx…) by Svetlana Baskova, Russia – IP

(WP = World Premiere, IP = International Premiere)

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