A new film by American directors and co-producers Coen "Hail, Caesar" will open 66. Berlinale at the beginning of February, the director of the International Film Festival announced on Friday.

"We are happy that Joel and Ethan Coen are opening the Berlinale again. Their humor, unique characters and fantastic narrative talent will surely delight the audience. 'Hail, Caesar' is the perfect film for opening Berlinale, "said director of the Dieter Kosslick festival.

"Hail, Caesar" is happening in the "Golden Age of Hollywood" and brings together a well-known actor, including George Clooney, Scarlet Johansson, Josh Brolin and Frances McDormand.

Sixty-sixth Berlinale starts 11. February and lasts for ten days. In addition to the Cannes and Venice festivals, Berlinale is one of the most important film festivals in the world.

With the 400 movie and nearly half a million visitors, Berlinale is also the largest film festival in the world.

It has already been announced that the president of this year's jury will be American actress Meryl Streep.