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Berlinale 2007

Berlinale festival director Dieter Kosslick is getting ready to throw on his new mauve-colored scarf and step on the still red-colored carpet on Feb. 8 to welcome guests to the opening night of the 57th Berlin International Film Festival.

During the following 10 days, Berlinale visitors will be presented with a choice of some 400 movies -- ranging from a Thai mystery thriller for children to a newly remastered, 15-hour version of "Berlin, Alexanderplatz" by German film director legend Reiner Werner Fassbinder.

Stars including Cate Blanchett and Jennifer Lopez, Clint Eastwood and Robert de Niro have announced their presence and the seven-member jury led by US film director Paul Schrader will pick the winner of this year's golden bear trophy.

Join us in the excitement at Germany's most prestigious film festival and find out more about the Berlinale in this DW-WORLD.DE special dossier that will also include features and interviews from DW-TV and DW-RADIO.

Let's go!


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