The Berlinale continues to add to the lineup for its February 7-17 fest. Tom Hooper's "Les Miserables" will play in the Berlinale Special showcase, as will Jane Campion's "Top of the Lake" miniseries, Giuseppe Tornatore's "The Best Offer," "Michael Winterbottom's "The Look of Love," Yoji Yamada's "Tokyo Family," Ken Loach's doc "The Spirit of '45" and Raoul Peck's "Fatal Assistance," a look at the consequences of charity hype in post-earthquare Haiti.
In the Panorama section, two of the 31 films feature James Franco; as a former actor with schizophrenia in Carter's "Maladies" and in "Interior. Leather Bar.", inspired by William Friedkin's 1980 drama "Cruising." Also in the mix are Zaza Rusadze's "A Fold in My Blanket," Nanouk Leopold's "It's All So Quiet," Stacie Passon's "Concussion," Shane Carruth's "Upstream Color," Jose Luis Valle Gonzalez's "Workers,; Bruno Barreto's "The Art of Losing," Asli Ozge's "Lifelong," Abhishek Kapoor's "Kai Po Che!," Lonesome Solo's "Burn It Up Djassa," Stefan Westerwelle and Patrick Schuckmann's "Lose Your Head," Jacques Doillon's "Mes seances de lute," Ugur Yucel's "Cold," Teddy Soeriaatmadja's "Something in the Way," Arvin Chen's "Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow?," Tom Shoval's "Youth," and Heiner Carow's 1973 East German classic "The Legend of Paul and Paula."
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