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  1. Gotham Awards: Tilda Swinton, Bennett Miller Set for Tributes

    12:00 pm PDT 10/02/2014
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    Netflix's Ted Sarandos will also be honored at the indie-film event READ MORE

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  2. Germany Cuts Funding (Again) for Film Tax Incentive

    1:48 am PDT 07/04/2014
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    Wes Anderson’s “The Grand Budapest Hotel” and George Clooney’s “The Monuments Men” both received backing from the German Federal Film Fund, which will have its budget cut for 2015. READ MORE

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  3. The Year's First Oscar Hopefuls Stake a Claim (Analysis)

    12:50 pm PDT 06/30/2014
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    THR's awards analyst recaps the standouts from Sundance, Cannes and everything in between and ponders which movies might have the staying power to contend for nominations more than six months from now. READ MORE

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  4. Witness the Rebuilding of 'The Grand Budapest Hotel' (in Lego)

    4:58 pm PDT 06/16/2014
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    Team of 10 builds Wes Anderson's eponymous hotel out of 50,000+ Lego bricks across 23 days as part of A+D Museum exhibit. READ MORE

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  5. 'Grand Budapest Hotel,' 'Monuments Men' Boost Studio Babelsberg Figures

    7:43 am PDT 05/23/2014
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    The next big feature to shoot in Babelsberg will be “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay -– Part 2." READ MORE

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  6. Cannes: Meet the Real-Life Concierges Behind 'The Grand Budapest Hotel's' Secret Society

    9:00 pm PDT 05/14/2014
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    Cannes concierges discuss the Society of Golden Keys, which inspired the fictional secret society featured in Wes Anderson's hit film. READ MORE

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  7. Box Office: 'Need for Speed' Sputters With $17.8 Million, Loses to 'Peabody' and '300' Sequel

    8:53 am PDT 03/16/2014
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    UPDATED: Director Tyler Perry suffers a career worst with "Single Moms Club," "Grand Budapest Hotel" earns a massive $3.6 million from only 66 theaters, and "Veronica Mars" takes in $2 million from 291 locations. READ MORE

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  8. Tilda Swinton 'Doubtless' That Tom Hiddleston Does a Perfect Impression of Her

    7:57 pm PDT 03/12/2014
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    At a special screening of "Only Lovers Left Alive" in NYC on Wednesday, the art house actress recounted her "nocturnal" memories while filming Jim Jarmusch's vampire romance. READ MORE

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  9. 'The Grand Budapest Hotel' Red Band Trailer

    8:00 am PDT 03/11/2014
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    Wes Anderson's expletive filled trailer starring Ralph Fiennes as a legendary hotel concierge a famous European hotel. READ MORE

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  10. Box Office: '300: Rise of an Empire' Slays Competition With $45.1 Million Debut

    8:31 am PDT 03/09/2014
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    UPDATED: Facing a crowded marketplace for family fare, "Mr. Peabody & Sherman" opens to $32.5 million; "The Grand Budapest Hotel" makes history at the specialty box office, while Oscar best picture winner "12 Years a Slave" sees nice bump. READ MORE

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  11. 'The Grand Budapest Hotel': What the Critics Are Saying

    4:08 pm PST 03/07/2014
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    Director Wes Anderson mostly pleases reviewers with a dramedy about a European hotel concierge. READ MORE

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  12. Box-Office Preview: '300: Rise of an Empire' to Top 'Peabody & Sherman'

    2:55 pm PST 03/06/2014
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    The sequel opens exactly seven years after Zack Snyder's groundbreaking "300" set new standards for special effects and greenscreen work; following its Oscar win, "12 Years a Slave" expands nationwide again, while Wes Anderson's "Grand Budapest Hotel" opens in select markets. READ MORE

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  13. Berlin: Festival Announces Dates for 2015

    3:43 am PST 03/05/2014
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    Wes Anderson's “The Grand Budapest Hotel” opened this year's festival and won Berlin's grand jury prize. READ MORE

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  14. 'Grand Budapest Hotel' Premiere: Wes Anderson's Regulars Reunite at Lincoln Center

    10:11 pm PST 02/26/2014
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    Plus, Jeff Goldblum talks about his involvement with a possible "Independence Day" sequel and Fox Searchlight head Steve Gilula shares his thoughts going into the Oscars, where the specialty division's "12 Years a Slave" is up for nine awards. READ MORE

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  15. The Grand Budapest Hotel: Film Review

    12:00 pm PST 02/06/2014
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    Director Wes Anderson recruits a star-studded cast led by Ralph Fiennes for his "Moonrise Kingdom" follow-up. READ MORE

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  16. Berlin: Wes Anderson Reveals His Inspirations for 'Grand Budapest Hotel'

    7:21 am PST 02/06/2014
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    The director was joined by stars Bill Murray, Edward Norton, Ralph Fiennes, Tony Revolori, Saoirse Ronan, Tilda Swinton, Jeff Goldblum and Willem Dafoe at the Berlinale press conference for the opening night film. READ MORE

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  17. Berlin Jury President James Schamus: Philip Seymour Hoffman 'Will Be Here' in Spirit

    3:08 am PST 02/06/2014
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    The jury, which also includes Christoph Waltz, Michel Gondry and James Bond producer Barbara Broccoli, among others, sidestepped the Woody Allen controversy in its first press conference. READ MORE

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  18. Berlin: How Wes Anderson Discovered His Grand Budapest Hotel

    11:00 pm PST 02/05/2014
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    The Berlin festival's opening film features the Gorlitzer Warenhaus, located in the small East German city of Gorlitz. READ MORE

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  19. Berlin Fest Adds World Premiere of Martin Scorsese's 'New York Review of Books' Doc

    2:11 am PST 01/28/2014
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    UPDATED: In an unprecedented move, season two of "House of Cards" also gets a special gala as the Berlinale unveils its full program. READ MORE

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  20. Berlin: James Schamus, Michel Gondry and Neil Jordan to Instruct Berlinale Talents

    4:37 am PST 01/23/2014
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    “12 Years a Slave” production designer Adam Stockhausen and “Hannibal” producer Martha De Laurentiis will also host sessions at the Berlin film festival's mini-film school. READ MORE

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