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Berlin Fest Adds World Premieres of John Malkovich’s ‘Seneca,’ Alex Gibney’s Boris Becker Doc

Ahead of the Christmas holidays, the Berlin Film Festival on Tuesday presented a series of films and a series that will be screened out of competition at next year’s Berlinale.

Among the highlights are the world premieres of infinity pool, the latest horror feature from Canadian director Brandon Cronenberg, starring Mia Goth and Alexander Skarsgård; the drama of the roman age Seneca – On the creation of earthquakes by German director Robert Schwentke (RED, the captain), starring John Malkovich as the famous Stoic philosopher; and Alex Gibney’s as-yet-untitled documentary about disgraced former tennis champion Boris Becker. seneca and Becker’s documentary will have their world premieres in Berlin in the festival’s special Berlinale sidebar. infinity poolThe Berlinale arc will be a European premiere.

Berlin will also roll out the red carpet for Todd Field’s awards season favourite. Deposit, which premiered in Venice, where it won the best actress award for star Cate Blanchett. The classical music thriller will have a special premiere at the Berlinale gala before its German release on February 23 via Universal Pictures. Field, Blanchett and their co-star Nina Hoss will also participate in a public talk in the Berlinale Talent section of the festival along with Deposit composer Hildur Guðnadóttir.

#sewera japanese thriller hole in the sky director Kazuyoshi Kumakiri and Peter Geyer Loriot’s Big Cartoon Magazinean animated look at the late great German cartoonist, comedian and film director Vicco von Bülow, also known as Loriot, will also screen as Berlinale Specials.

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‘The Swarm’

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On the television side, Berlin announced its first premiere on the small screen for 2023: the long-awaited environmental thriller the swarmBased on the international best-seller by Frank Schätzing, it will have its world premiere in the Berlinale Series section, the festival’s sidebar for high-end television productions.

For its Forum section, which highlights more art and avant-garde productions, Berlin presented its first eight photographs, which include concrete valley Canadian director Antoine Bourges; darling tan the Dutch filmmaker Fiona Tan; Moyra Davey’s equestrian opera; mammals director Sebastian Mihailescu; Eremocene notes, described as a “science fiction essay” by filmmaker Viera Čákanyová; and three documentaries: that of Vincent Dieutre This is the endLuis Alejandro Yero’s Calls from Moscowand Ulises de la Orden’s The proof.

The 2023 Berlin International Film Festival will take place from February 16 to 26.

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