berlinaleofficialposterThis year’s Berlin Film Festival Panorama Dokumente section includes 16 films, 10 of which are world premieres. The sidebar opens on February 7 with Dutch co-production The Last Hijack about the motivations behind piracy in Somalia. Among other world premieres are Rebecca Chaiklin and Fisher Stevens’ Another World, an overview of how the Occupy Wall Street movement came together; and Mondovino director Jonathan Nossiter’s Natural Resistance, about winemaking in Italy. Sundance entry 20,000 Days On Earth, a look at 24 hours in the life of Nick Cave, will have its European premiere in Berlin. Also transferring from Sundance is Thomas Allen Harris’ Through A Lens Darkly: Black Photographers And The Emergence Of A People. Michel Gondry’s Is The Man Who Is Tall Happy? was previously announced in the section. Here’s the full list of Panorama documentaries:

Panorama Dokumente

20,000 Days On Earth – Great Britain
By Iain Forsyth, Jane Pollard
With Nick Cave
European Premiere

Anderson – Germany
By Annekatrin Hendel
World Premiere

Another World – USA
By Rebecca Chaiklin, Fisher Stevens
World Premiere

Concerning Violence – Sweden / USA / Denmark
By Göran Hugo Olsson
European Premiere

Der Anständige (The Decent One) – Israel / Austria / Germany
By Vanessa Lapa
World Premiere

Der Kreis (The Circle) – Switzerland
By Stefan Haupt
With Marianne Sägebrecht, Anatole Taubman, Matthias Hungerbühler, Sven Schelker
World Premiere

Felice Chi E diverso (Happy To Be Different) – Italy
By Gianni Amelio
World Premiere

Finding Vivian Maier – USA
By John Maloof, Charlie Siskel
European Premiere

Fucking different XXY – Germany
By Mor Vital, KAy Garnellen, Felix Endara & Sasha Wortzel, J.Jackie Baier, Buck Angel, Jasco Viefhues, Gwen Haworth
World Premiere

The Last Hijack – Netherlands / Germany / Ireland / Belgium
By Tommy Pallotta, Femke Wolting
World Premiere

Meine Mutter, Ein Krieg Und Ich (My Mother, A War And Me) – Germany
By Tamara Trampe, Johann Feindt
World Premiere

Natural Resistance – Italy
By Jonathan Nossiter
World Premiere

The Dog – USA
By Frank Keraudren, Allison Berg
European Premiere

Through A Lens Darkly: Black Photographers And The Emergence Of A People – USA
By Thomas Allen Harris
International Premiere

Vulva 3.0 – Germany
By Claudia Richarz, Ulrike Zimmermann
World Premiere