– Albert Serra, Christian Petzold, Jasmine Trinca, Oksana Zabuzhko, Brady Corbet and Ann Hui join Lupita Nyong’o on the Golden Bear competition jury

The Berlinale announces its juries

(clockwise from top left) Lupita Nyong’o (© Nick Barose); Ann Hui; Albert Serra (© Oscar Orengo), Oksana Zabuzhko (© Agnete Brun); Brady Corbet (© Atsushi Nishijima); Jasmine Trinca (© Andrea Gandini) and Christian Petzold (© Schramm Film)

Once again, a multitalented international jury will decide who will take home the Golden and Silver Bears from the Berlinale. At the upcoming 74th edition (15-25 February), 20 films selected for the Competition (see the news) will be in the running for the awards. The winners will be announced at the Berlinale Palast on 24 February. Alongside actor, director, producer and writer Lupita Nyong’o, who will head the jury (see the news), the other professionals who will be deciding on the prizes are Spanish director Albert Serra (fresh off the success of his latest film, Pacifiction [+see also:
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), German director Christian Petzold (who won the Silver Bear Grand Jury Prize at last year’s edition for Afire [+see also:
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), Italian actress-director Jasmine Trinca (whose directorial debut, Marcel! [+see also:
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, was presented two years ago at Cannes, and who will now star in the series Supersex, a Berlinale Special entry), US actor-director Brady Corbet (who is now in post-production with his third feature, the US-Canadian-European co-production The Brutalist), Hong Kong director Ann Hui and Ukrainian writer Oksana Zabuzhko.

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As for the Encounters section, whose programme this year features 15 films, a three-member jury will choose the winners of Best Film, Best Director and the Special Jury Award. The jury is made up of Argentinian director Lisandro Alonso (whose latest film, Eureka [+see also:
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, was a Cannes Premiere entry last year), Canadian director Denis Côté (last seen at the Berlinale in 2022 with his Competition entry That Kind of Summer) and Italian-Austrian director Tizza Covi (whose latest work, the 2022 Venice Orizzonti entry Vera [+see also:
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, was selected as this year’s Austrian Oscar submission).

German director and screenwriter Ilker Çatak (now nominated for the Oscar and for the LUX Audience Award for his latest The Teachers’ Lounge [+see also:
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), Spanish sound artist and researcher Xabier Erkizia, and US director, screenwriter, video artist and lecturer Jennifer Reeder will make up the international jury for this year’s Berlinale Shorts. From among the 20 nominated films, they will be choosing the winner of the Golden Bear for Best Short Film, the winner of the Silver Bear Jury Prize (Short Film) and the Berlin Short Film Candidate for the European Film Awards.

The GWFF Best First Feature Award, given to one outstanding debut film from across all of the Berlinale sections, will see 16 directorial feature-film debuts from the Competition, Encounters, Panorama, Forum and Generation strands duking it out in an effort to clinch it. A three-person jury will decide on the outcome: US director-screenwriter Eliza Hittman (Silver Bear Grand Jury Prize for Never Rarely Sometimes Always [+see also:
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), Canadian film curator Andréa Picard and Danish producer Katrin Pors.

The Berlinale Documentary Award will be granted to one of the 20 docs from the Competition, Berlinale Special, Encounters, Panorama, Forum and Generation sections. A three-member jury will pick the winner: Iraqi-French director Abbas Fahdel, German helmer Thomas Heise and French director Véréna Paravel.

Lastly, in the Generation section, the members comprising the international jury as well as the children’s and youth jury, who award Glass Bears and cash prizes, have now been selected. Sudanese filmmaker Amjad Abu Alala, German-Iranian actress Banafshe Hourmazdi and US filmmaker Ira Sachs have been recruited for the international jury.

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