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BERLIN (AP) — A glance at the films in the main program at this year’s Berlin International Film Festival, the event’s 66th edition, which runs from Feb. 11-21. Original title followed in parentheses by English title given by the festival, where applicable and available.

In competition:

“24 Wochen” (“24 Weeks”), director Anne Zohra Berrached.

“Alone in Berlin,” Vincent Perez.

“Boris sans Beatrice” (“Boris without Beatrice”), Denis Cote.

“Cartas da Guerra” (“Letters from War”), Ivo M. Ferreira.

“Chiang Jiang Tu” (“Crosscurrent”), Yang Chao.

“Ejheda Vared Mishavad!” (“A Dragon Arrives!”), Mani Haghighi.

“Fuocaammare” (“Fire at Sea”), Gianfranco Rosi.

“Genius,” Michael Grandage.

“Hela Sa Hiwagang Hapis” (“A Lullaby to the Sorrowful Mystery”), Lav Diaz.

“Inhebbek Hedi” (“Hedi”), Mohamed Ben Attia.

“Kollektivet” (“The Commune”), Thomas Vinterberg.

“L’avenir” (“Things to Come”), Mia Hansen-Loeve.

“Midnight Special,” Jeff Nichols.

“Quand on a 17 ans” (“Being 17”), Andre Techine.

“Smrt u Sarajevu” (“Death in Sarajevo”), Danis Tanovic.

“Soy Nero,” Rafi Pitts.

“Zero Days,” Alex Gibney.

“Zjednoczone Stany Milosci” (“United States of Love”), Tomasz Wasilewski.

Out of competition:

“Chi-Raq,” Spike Lee.

“Des nouvelles de la planete Mars” (“News from planet Mars”), Dominik Moll.

“Hail, Caesar!” Joel and Ethan Coen.

“Mahana” (“The Patriarch”), Lee Tamahori.

“Saint Amour,” Benoit Delepine.