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Source:  The Hollywood Reporter

On Tuesday, the Panorama section of the Berlin International Film Festival unveiled its first selection of titles for the 2019 event, announcing 22 features that will screen at the festival’s sidebar.

The 17 features and five documentary titles are a mix of international art house and politically themed dramas that has come to exemplify Panorama.

The five documentaries are:

“A Dog Called Money” – Ireland/U.K.
by Seamus Murphy
with PJ Harvey
Documentary
World premiere – Debut film

“Estou Me Guardando Para Quando O Carnaval Chegar” (“Waiting for the Carnival”) – Brazil
by Marcelo Gomes
Documentary
World premiere

“Selfie” – France/Italy
by Agostino Ferrente
Documentary
World premiere

“Shooting the Mafia” – Ireland/U.S.
by Kim Longinotto
Documentary
European premiere

“What She Said: The Art of Pauline Kael” – U.S.
by Rob Garver
with Sarah Jessica Parker, Quentin Tarantino, Alec Baldwin, David O. Russell, Paul Schrader
Documentary
International premiere – Debut film

Read the story at The Hollywood Reporter.

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