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  1. The Samurai (Der Samurai): Tribeca Review

    5:51 am 3/31/2014

    Novice German director Till Kleinert's queer thriller, a Tribeca Midnight selection, stars Michel Diercks and Pit Bukowski.Read more

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  2. Love Steaks: Film Review

    10:58 am 3/24/2014

    Young German director Jakob Lass' second feature stars Franz Rogowksi and Lana Cooper and is the first "Fogma" movie.Read more

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  3. The Circle (Der Kreis): Berlin Review

    4:34 am 2/22/2014

    Director Stefan Haupt's feature, about the eponymous gay magazine and network in Switzerland, won the Teddy and Panorama Audience Award for best documentary in Berlin.Read more

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  4. Guidelines (La Marche a suivre): Berlin Review

    4:15 am 2/22/2014

    Canadian documentary director Jean-Francois Caissy's third feature looks at adolescents in rural Quebec with a penchant for getting into trouble.Read more

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  5. Triptych (Triptyque): Berlin Review

    8:05 am 2/20/2014

    Canadian theater royalty Robert Lepage adapts his 9-hour stage spectacle "Lipsynch" for the screen and co-directs the adaptation with cinematographer and director Pedro Pires.Read more

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  6. Berlin Critics' Notebook: The Good, the Bad and the Truly Bizarre

    7:21 am 2/20/2014

    The 2014 Berlinale will be remembered for a number of personal and offbeat works in competition, most aimed less at paying audiences than at hard-nosed filmgoers willing to go the extra mile.Read more

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  7. Natural Sciences (Ciencias naturales): Berlin Review

    10:41 am 2/18/2014

    Argentinian director Matias Lucchesi's feature debut, a Generation Kplus Grand Prix winner in Berlin, stars Paula Hertzog and Paola Barrientos.Read more

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  8. I'm Not Angry! (Asabani Nistam!): Berlin Review

    10:50 am 2/17/2014

    A heart-breaking love story set in Tehran, in the midst of political protests and social distress.Read more

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  9. Broken Hill Blues (Omheten): Berlin Review

    4:09 am 2/17/2014

    Winner of a top Swedish film award for best cinematography, this debut for director Sofia Norlin stars Lina Leandersson from ‘Let the Right One In’ as one of several depressed teens growing up in a mining townRead more

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  10. Happy to Be Different (Felice chi e diverso): Berlin Review

    4:42 pm 2/16/2014

    Gianni Amelio’s documentary assembles personal recollections of Italian gay men, from the Mussolini era through subsequent decades of the 20th century.Read more

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