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  • ‘Fassbinder – To Love Without Demands’ (‘Fassbinder – Lieben Ohne Zu Fordern’): Berlin Review

    11:38 AM 2/18/2015
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    Danish author-director Christian Braad Thomsen reflects on the life of Rainer Werner Fassbinder READ MORE

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  • ‘The Optimists’ (‘Optimistene’): Film Review

    11:18 AM 2/18/2015
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    A Norwegian documentary profiles a volleyball-playing group of young-at-heart retired women READ MORE

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  • ‘The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel’: Film Review

    3:59 PM 2/17/2015
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    Maggie Smith, Judi Dench, Bill Nighy and most of the remaining cast of 'The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel' are reunited for this follow-up film also featuring Richard Gere READ MORE

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  • 'Chasuke's Journey' ('Ten no Chasuke'): Berlin Review

    2:35 PM 2/17/2015
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    Sabu's Berlinale competition title features Japanese star Kenichi Matsuyama as a heavenly tea boy who returns to human society to save his long-admired object of affection. READ MORE

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  • 'The Circle' ('Cirkeln'): Berlin Review

    2:26 PM 2/17/2015
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    ABBA's Benny Andersson produced and scored this adaptation of the first novel in the Engelsfors YA franchise about teenage witches in rural Sweden READ MORE

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  • 'Feelings Are Facts: The Life of Yvonne Rainer': Berlin Review

    2:14 PM 2/17/2015
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    Jack Walsh's profile of the groundbreaking American dancer and filmmaker world-premiered in the Berlinale's Panorama section READ MORE

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  • 'Androids Dream' ('Sueñan los Androides - Androiden Träumen'): Berlin Review

    1:49 PM 2/17/2015
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    A lo-fi spin on Philip K. Dick’s "Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep," with the Spanish coastal city of Benidorm subbing in for Earth, 2054 READ MORE

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  • 'Let's Go!': Film Review

    1:27 PM 2/17/2015
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    Michael Verhoeven's drama based on Laura Waco's autobiographical novel concerns the troubled reunion between a young woman and her Holocaust survivor mother READ MORE

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  • 'One & Two': Berlin Review

    1:24 PM 2/17/2015
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    Two teenagers and their parents live alone on an isolated farm, cut off from time and the outside world, in Andrew Droz Palermo’s debut feature shot in North Carolina READ MORE

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  • 'Wet Bum': SBIFF Review

    12:43 PM 2/17/2015
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    A teen girl attempts to puzzle her way through the intricacies of the adult world in Lindsay Mackay’s debut feature READ MORE

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  • 'The Gulls' ('Chaiki'): Berlin Review

    12:41 PM 2/17/2015
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    This rare film from the Russian republic of Kalmykia paints a chilly portrait of emotional and social tensions on the edge of the Caspian Sea READ MORE

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  • 'Born in Gaza' ('Nacido en Gaza'): Film Review

    12:40 PM 2/17/2015
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    This Spanish documentary, shot in 2014, examines the effects of the Israel-Palestine conflict on Palestinian children. READ MORE

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  • '20 Years of Madness': Film Review

    12:38 PM 2/17/2015
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    The cast of a real-life ‘Wayne’s World’ reconvenes in middle age in Jeremy Royce’s indie doc. READ MORE

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  • ‘Raspberry Boat Refugee’: Film Review

    12:36 PM 2/17/2015
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    A spoof of Scandinavian stereotypes centers on a man experiencing nationality dysphoria READ MORE

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  • 'The DUFF': Film Review

    12:00 AM 2/17/2015
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    A smart high-schooler gets a rude awakening to the intricacies of the pecking order in a comedy starring Mae Whitman. READ MORE

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  • 'Accidental Love': Film Review

    6:24 PM 2/16/2015
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    A project long abandoned by David O. Russell sees light under a pseudonym. READ MORE

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  • 'The Blue Hour' ('Onthakan'): Berlin Review

    8:11 AM 2/16/2015
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    Thai director Anucha Boonyawatana's first feature combines gay romance and startling genre elements and stars Atthaphan Poonsawas and Oabnithi Wiwattanawarang READ MORE

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  • 'Koza': Berlin Review

    11:43 AM 2/14/2015
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    The new film from Slovak director Ivan Ostrochovsky ('Velvet Terrorists') is a minimalist odyssey about a former Olympic champion who's forced to fight again READ MORE

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  • 'Bizarre': Berlin Review

    9:50 AM 2/14/2015
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    French director Etienne Faure's fourth feature stars Pierre Prieur as a pouty French teen who ends up in a Brooklyn burlesque bar run by Raquel Nave and Rebekah Underhill READ MORE

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  • 'Nuclear Nation II' ('Futaba kara Toku Hanarete Dainibu'): Berlin Review

    5:13 PM 2/13/2015
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    Atsushi Funahashi's follow-up to his 2012 doc about the Fukushima nuclear plant meltdown reignites debate about the mistreatment of people evacuated from contaminated towns READ MORE

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