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  • 'Being 17' ('Quand on a 17 ans'): Berlin Review

    1:30 PM 2/14/2016
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    Twenty-two years after 'Wild Reeds,' Andre Techine again depicts the awakening of gay adolescent desire and self-knowledge in this drama set in the French Pyrenees. READ MORE

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  • 'A Quiet Passion': Berlin Review

    12:30 PM 2/14/2016
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    Cynthia Nixon plays iconic poet Emily Dickinson in Terence Davies’ biopic. READ MORE

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  • 'We Are Never Alone' ('Nikdy nejsme sami'): Berlin Review

    11:00 AM 2/14/2016
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    Karel Roden leads the ensemble in Petr Vaclav's darkly humorous Czech drama. READ MORE

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  • '24 Weeks' ('24 Wochen'): Berlin Review

    10:30 AM 2/14/2016
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    'Sophie Scholl' star Julia Jentsch headlines Anne Zohra Berrached’s pregnancy drama. READ MORE

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  • 'National Bird': Berlin Review

    10:29 AM 2/14/2016
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    Errol Morris and Wim Wenders executive produced Sonia Kennebeck’s documentary. READ MORE

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  • 'Deadweight': Berlin Review

    10:00 AM 2/14/2016
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    Axel Koenzen's oceangoing debut feature, a Finnish-German co-production, premiered in the Forum sidebar at the German festival. READ MORE

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  • 'Letters from War' ('Cartas da guerra'): Berlin Review

    7:30 AM 2/14/2016
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    Ivo M. Ferreira's third feature stars Miguel Nunes as the young Antonio Lobo Antunes, a combat medic who wrote the titular correspondence before becoming a celebrated novelist. READ MORE

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  • 'Junction 48': Berlin Review

    4:25 AM 2/14/2016
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    Young Palestinians use hip-hop to fight back against Israeli oppression in Berlinale veteran Udi Aloni's upbeat musical drama. READ MORE

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  • 'The Pickle Recipe': Santa Barbara Review

    3:58 AM 2/14/2016
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    Veteran actors Lynn Cohen and David Paymer join some new faces in this ethnic comedy set around a Jewish deli in Detroit. READ MORE

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  • 'Mermaid': Film Review

    3:47 AM 2/14/2016
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    Hong Kong comedy giant Stephen Chow steps back behind the camera for a sweet, comical and timely ecological fantasy. READ MORE

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  • 'From Vegas to Macau III': Film Review

    3:37 AM 2/14/2016
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    Wong Jing taps his current franchise as well as a popular favorite for his latest globetrotting gambling action-comedy. READ MORE

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  • 'The Secret': Film Review

    3:31 AM 2/14/2016
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    Director Barbara Wong teams up with superstar Leon Lai for a spit-polished, contemporary supernatural romance. READ MORE

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  • 'The Seasons In Quincy: Four Portraits of John Berger': Berlin Review

    3:14 AM 2/14/2016
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    The English artist and thinker John Berger is portrayed in four shorts directed by Colin MacCabe, Christopher Roth, Bartek Dziadosz and Tilda Swinton. READ MORE

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  • 'Shepherds and Butchers': Berlin Review

    12:10 AM 2/14/2016
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    Steve Coogan plays a lawyer battling the death penalty in Oliver Schmitz’s South Africa-set courtroom drama. READ MORE

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  • 'The Patriarch' ('Mahana'): Berlin Review

    1:30 PM 2/13/2016
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    For his first film in New Zealand in two decades, Lee Tamahori jumps back to Maori characters from the generation before his gritty breakout work, 'Once Were Warriors.' READ MORE

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  • 'Creepy': Berlin Review

    12:42 PM 2/13/2016
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    Kiyoshi Kurosawa returns from auteurist chores to the classic horror that made him a cult name. READ MORE

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  • 'Tomcat' ('Kater'): Berlin Review

    11:30 AM 2/13/2016
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    An inexplicable violent impulse shatters the connubial bliss of a Viennese gay couple in Austrian actor-turned-director Handl Klaus' second feature. READ MORE

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  • 'Lily Lane' ('Liliom Osveny'): Berlin Review

    10:45 AM 2/13/2016
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    Bence Fliegauf (‘Just the Wind’) premiered his new feature in the Berlinale Forum. READ MORE

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  • 'Things to Come' ('L’Avenir'): Berlin Review

    10:30 AM 2/13/2016
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    ‘Eden’ director Mia Hansen-Love’s latest feature stars Isabelle Huppert as a woman whose life slowly unravels. READ MORE

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  • 'Don’t Call Me Son' ('Mae So Ha Uma'): Berlin Review

    8:10 AM 2/13/2016
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    Anna Muylaert (‘The Second Mother’) returns to the Berlinale with her latest drama. READ MORE

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