At the 64th edition of the Berlin International Film Festival next February, the 77-year-old British director will receive a special lifetime achievement award honoring his long and prolific career. Ken Loach will claim the honorary Golden Bear at the 2014 Berlinale, organizers announced Friday. The title went to Claude Lanzmann in 2013, and previous recipients include James Stewart (1982), Catherine Deneuve (1998), Robert De Niro (2000) and Meryl Streep (2012). The announcement of the honorary Golden Bear for Ken Loach indicates a possible screening of the director's forthcoming film "Jimmy's Hall." The historical feature will explore the life of Jimmy Gralton, a communist leader exiled from Ireland to the US in 1933.