Celebrity The Stars Align in Berlin! Scarlett, Natalie, Madonna and more prep for Oscar at the city's film fest. By Cara Lynn Shultz By People Staff Published on February 15, 2008 04:00 PM Share Tweet Pin Email Trending Videos 01 of 12 SISTER, SISTER Dominique Charriau/WireImage Scarlett Johansson puts the squeeze on Natalie Portman, her onscreen sister in The Other Boleyn Girl, at the movie's premiere at the Berlin International Film Festival. 02 of 12 IN VOGUE Andreas Rentz/Getty Showing off her "Vogue" skills, Madonna strikes a pose at the premiere of her directorial debut, Fifth and Wilson, at the festival. 03 of 12 SHE'S NO DUMMY JENS SCHLUETER/AFP/Getty Promoting her film 27 Dresses at the festival, Katherine Heigl gets together with a sharp-dressed mannequin on the red carpet. 04 of 12 'GARDEN' PARTY Sipa A glammed-up Hayden Panettiere (in Pamela Dennis) celebrates the premiere of her new drama, Fireflies in the Garden, with costars Willem Dafoe and Ryan Reynolds at the movie's film festival premiere. 05 of 12 GOOD WORKS Fabrizio Bensch/REUTERS/Landov Taking a break from the festival fun, Hilary Swank turns her attention to a worthy cause at the Cinema for Peace charity gala, where she helped raise money for UNIFEM and addressed the crowd gathered at the Konzerthaus am Gendarmenmarkt. 06 of 12 SHEDDING A TIER Sipa Penélope Cruz – making yet another graceful appearance on the red carpet – works a stunning L'Wren Scott gown with a tiered train at the screening of Elegy, in which she plays a young Cuban student with whom Ben Kingsley falls obsessively in love. 07 of 12 GETTING SATISFACTION Sean Gallup/Getty Joining the Rolling Stones onstage at the Berlinale Palast was acclaimed director Martin Scorsese, whose documentary about the legendary rock band, Shine a Light, opened the festival. 08 of 12 PARTY BOY Patrick Rideaux/Rex Seal arrives at wife Heidi Klum's homeland for Volkswagen People's Night, one of the festival's premier bashes. 09 of 12 LIGHTS, CAMERA ... SMILE! Patrick Rideaux/Rex Goldie Hawn beams alongside designer Karl Lagerfeld (whose documentary, Lagerfeld Confidential, debuted at last year's fest) on the red carpet at the Volkswagen party. 10 of 12 GOING COUNTRY Tim Brakemeier/DPA/ABACA Oscar nominee Daniel Day-Lewis – whose film, There Will Be Blood, was playing at the festival – sports a quirky cowboy-with-cardigan look on the red carpet. 11 of 12 PIGGYBACK RIDE MICHAEL KAPPELER/AFP/Getty Tilda Swinton gets a boost from her director Erick Zonca. Their film Julia is in competition for the festival's top prize, the Golden Bear. 12 of 12 SIGNING BONUS MARCUS BRANDT/AFP/Getty At the VIPer Awards, a fashion and style event that runs concurrently with the film festival, Mischa Barton greets fans on the red carpet before heading inside to receive a style award from Karl Lagerfeld.