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Berlinale 2012

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  1. Entertainment in Focus for 2013 Berlinale Talent Campus

    9:33 am 11/22/2012

    The mini-film school celebrates its 11th anniversary during the Berlin Film Festival next year.Read more

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  2. Berlinale World Cinema Fund Selects Filmmakers From Vietnam, Argentina, Mongolia and Turkey

    9:33 am 11/7/2012

    The quartet of projects are picked by a jury and will share $180,000 to bring the scripts to screen.Read more

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  3. Carey Mulligan, Matthias Schoenaerts Join Industry Lobby Backing European Film Promotion

    4:45 am 10/23/2012

    In a letter to the European Parliament, the heads of the Berlin, Toronto and Sundance film festivals also push for continued funding for the EFP.Read more

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  4. 'Barbara' Chosen as Germany's Foreign Language Oscar Candidate

    10:37 am 8/30/2012

    The drama from director Christian Petzold follows a doctor struggling to escape from communist East Germany.Read more

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  5. NonStop Takes ‘Magic Mike’ for Scandinavia

    7:10 am 7/11/2012

    Swedish distributor acquires Steven Soderbergh’s male stripper drama for Sweden, Denmark and Finland.Read more

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  6. Susanne Muller to Head Up Feature Films at Germany’s ZDF

    4:21 am 7/5/2012

    Recent ZDF productions include the Oscar-nominated “Pina” and Berlinale winner “Barbara.”Read more

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  7. Nazisploitation Film 'Iron Sky' Hitting U.S. Theaters Via Web Platform Tugg

    8:24 am 6/27/2012

    Canada's Entertainment One will make the movie, which bowed in Berlin, available on the action web platform that allows moviegoers to pick films for local cinemas. Read more

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  8. Samuel Maoz, Rafi Pitts Among First Berlinale Residency Participants

    6:41 am 6/12/2012

    Six international directors will travel to Berlin for four months to develop new film projects. Read more

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  9. Dutch Drama ‘Kauwboy’ Wins European Young Audience Award

    5:28 am 6/11/2012

    Audiences of 10-13 year olds in six European cities voted on the inaugural award.Read more

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