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  1. Berlin Festival Poster Features Curtain, No Bear

    3:46 am 12/18/2014

    Berlin drops its iconic bear imagery for its 2015 editionRead more

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  2. Berlin: Panorama Lineup Includes James Franco's 'I Am Michael,' Hal Hartley's 'Ned Rifle'

    6:44 am 12/16/2014

    A director's cut of the Studio 54 film '54' will also screenRead more

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  3. Berlin: Bollywood, 'Paper Planes' and Luke Perry in Generations Sidebar

    7:31 am 12/12/2014

    Berlin unveils the first titles in its youth cinema section Read more

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  4. Maisie Williams Among European Shooting Stars

    7:12 am 12/10/2014

    The 'Game of Thrones' actress is one of 10 up-and-coming talents to be featured in Berlin next yearRead more

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  5. Berlin: First German Titles Picked for Sidebar

    6:13 am 12/10/2014

    The 2015 Perspektive Deutsches Kino section promises to be a genre mash upRead more

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  6. Berlin: Wim Wenders Homage to Trace Director's Legacy

    3:45 am 11/27/2014

    The festival will screen 10 of Wenders' films, from the 1970s through to 2012 Oscar nominee 'Pina'Read more

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  7. Berlin Film Festival Director Dieter Kosslick Extends Contract Until 2019

    4:37 am 11/19/2014

    The festival on Wednesday confirmed that Kosslick will be staying put, ending months of speculation that the beloved director would be leaving the Berlinale after his contract expires in 2016.Read more

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  8. Berlin Festival to Pay Tribute to Technicolor in Retrospective

    4:10 am 11/12/2014

    It will celebrate the 100th anniversary of color films with screenings of such classics as 'Singin' in the Rain' and 'Gone With the Wind'Read more

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  9. Darren Aronofsky Named Berlin Film Festival Jury President

    4:21 am 11/4/2014

    'Black Swan' director will head up the jury for the Feb. 5-15 eventRead more

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  10. Rome Film Festival: Wim Wenders on the Merits of Slowing Down

    11:01 am 10/18/2014

    The Oscar-nominated director believes 3D is a medium for intimate storytellingRead more

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