What are the most anticipated films to watch at the 2020 Berlin International Film Festival?

The 2020 Berlin International Film Festival is back and loaded with films for everyone. One of the three biggest film fests, the festival—known as Internationale Filmfestspiele Berlin in German and to many, Berlinale—hosts the richest and most cinematically pleasing works of art. While it may stand in the shadows of the glittery Cannes and Venice film fests, the Berlin International Film Festival stands firm on the top, clinching the highest ticket sales and admissions for annual film fests. In its 70th year, it comes with arthouse films that every cinephile should not miss. However, with so many movies, what should you prioritize watching? Well, stick around to see what are the most anticipated films to watch at the 2020 Berlin International Film Festival.

Around 400 movies are screened each year during the festival which comes in all genres, lengths, and formats. In the 2020 Berlinale, only 18 among the hundreds of entries were selected to vie for the coveted Golden Bear award. That’s still a lot, right? Still, you don’t need to worry about sieving the best of the best, we already did that for you! With a lineup that includes works of prominent filmmakers such as Sally Potter, Christian Petzold, Kelly Reichardt, Tsai Ming-Liang and Hong Sang-Soo, you’ll definitely be in for an arthouse fun ride. So let’s stop beating around the bush and dive head-on, grab your popcorns and start your movie marathon with the most awaited and highly anticipated films to grace the screens of the 70th Berlin International Film Festival!

  1. 1Undine


    The film tells a story about a modern-day undine living in Berlin. A water-dweller bound to kill her cheating husband, Undine decides to defy the tradition and falls in love with another man.

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  1. 2The Roads Not Taken


    The Roads Not Taken shows the story of a father and daughter, Leo and Molly. While Lea alternates through lives he could have lived, Molly tries to figure her own future.

  2. 3All The Dead Ones


    Set in 1899, All the Dead Ones tells the story of two families struggling to adapt to the abolishment of Slavery in Brazil. Overall, it is a wonderful telling of freedom and oppression.

  1. 4Days


    This film centers on Kang and Non whose lives are so different. The quietly observational film shows how the two men find comfort in each other.

  2. 5Schwesterlein


    This movie is about the love between siblings. Lisa, who has been living in Switzerland with her husband, returns to Berlin when her twin brother falls ill.


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