The Berlin International Film Festival is around the corner, kicking off next week, and it’s shaping up to be one of their finest line-ups. Now headed up by Carlo Chatrian, coming from Locarno Film Festival, the lineup features some of our most-anticipated films of the year. For those not headed to Germany, we’ve rounded up the most notable trailers thus far for films set to debut there–as well as a few recent festival favorites playing in competition.

Featuring Christian Petzold’s Undine, Hong Sang-soo’s The Woman Who Ran, Tsai Ming-Liang’s Rizi, Matías Piñero’s Isabella, Agnieszka Holland’s Charlatan, and more, one can check back soon for our reviews as well as more trailers as they become available. The 70th edition of the festival takes place February 20 through March 1.

Bad Tales (Damiano D’Innocenzo & Fabio D’Innocenzo)

Berlin Alexanderplatz (Burhan Qurbani)

Charlatan (Agnieszka Holland)

First Cow (Kelly Reichardt)

Read our review of First Cow.

Gunda (Victor Kossakovsky)

Isabella (Matías Piñero)

Last and First Men (Jóhann Jóhannsson)

Malmkrog (Cristi Puiu)

Mare (Andrea Staka)

Never Rarely Sometimes Always (Eliza Hittman)

Read our review of Never Rarely Sometimes Always.

Rizi (Tsai Ming-Liang)

The Roads Not Taken (Sally Potter)

Siberia (Abel Ferrara)

Trouble With Being Born (Sandra Wollner)

Undine (Christian Petzold)

Uppercase Print (Radu Jude)

Wildland (Jeanette Nordahl)

The Woman Who Ran (Hong Sang-soo)

See more Berlinale 2020 trailers here and follow our coverage here.

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