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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: 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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  3. 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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  4. 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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  5. 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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  6. 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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  7. 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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  8. 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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  9. 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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  10. 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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