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Scarlett Johansson's Drama Rounds Up 2008 Berlinale's Movie Lineup

January 21, 2008 (9:42 am) GMT
On January 18, the final 8 films to be previewed on the 58th Berlin International Film Festival have been announced and 'The Other Boleyn Girl' directed by Justin Chadwick was one of them.

's historical drama "" completes the 58th Berlin International Film Festival's main program. As promised after the first 18 titles announcement on press releases on December 10, January 9 and January 15, the final eight films lineup has been confirmed on January 18, some of which rounded up the Competition program.

Joining "Boleyn Girl" in the lineup are three other U.S.A. films, namely Dennis Lee's family drama "" starring , Michel Gondry's comedy "" starring , and Lance Hammer's "Ballast", one Korean film "Bam gua Nat", one French film "Il y a longtemps que je t'aime", one Finland film "Musta Jaa" and one Iran film "Avaze Gonjeshk-ha". Five of the films will make its world premiere in the festival, while the three other will have their international premiere.

Though managed to take part in the festival, the Justin Chadwick directed-film starring also and as well as "Fireflies" and "Be Kind" won't be participating in the Competition program for the Golden Bear trophy, while the five others will still be up for the prize. On the occasion, it was also announced that "Be Kind" will be the closing film for the 2008 Berlinale on February 17.

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