Canned Dreams by Katja Gauriloff is part of the Culinary Cinema section
All Hallows Week by Jussi Hiltunen will screen as a part of Generation 14Plus
Iron Sky by Timo Vuorensola will have its long-awaited world premiere in the Panorama Special section of the Berlinale this Saturday. Iron Sky tells how in the last moments of World War II, a secret Nazi space program evaded destruction by fleeing to the Dark Side of the Moon. During 70 years of utter secrecy, the Nazis construct a gigantic space fortress with a massive armada of flying saucers in order to launch an attack on Earth.
The world premiere of Iron Sky takes place on Saturday February 11th at 6 pm when the film is screened in FriedrichstadtPalast. The tickets for the event sold out immediately after they went on sale today.
The international cast of Iron Sky includes Julia Dietze, Christopher Kirby, Götz Otto, Stephanie Paul and Udo Kier. Iron Sky is produced by Blind Spot Pictures´ Tero Kaukomaa. Iron Sky opens in theaters in Finland on the 4th of April and in Germany on the 5th of April. Stealth Media Group is handling the world sales.
Canned Dreams (Säilöttyjä unelmia) by Katja Gauriloff will be screened in the Culinary Cinema section. Canned Dreams follows the journey of a canned food product and its ingredients across the Europe. Canned Dreams is produced by Oktober´s Joonas Berghäll, whose last documentary was the universally acclaimed Steam of Life. Canned Dreams is screened for the first time at the Berlinale on February 13th at 10 pm. The world sales are handled by Deckert Distribution.
Jussi Hiltunen´s episodic short film All Hallows Week (Hiljainen viikko) will screen as a part of the Generation 14Plus. It tells a story of two people not previously connected who share the guilt arising from a shooting incident in front of a nightclub. All Hallows week will have its first Berlinale screening on February 13th at 11 am. The film is produced by Kaarle Aho of the production company Making Movies.