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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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  • 'Tempestad': Berlin Review

    8:00 AM 2/13/2016
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    Documentarian Tatiana Huezo's second feature looks at the effects of human trafficking in her adopted home country, Mexico. READ MORE

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  • 'Fire at Sea' ('Fuocoammare'): Berlin Review

    7:57 AM 2/13/2016
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    Life on the Italian island of Lampedusa is shaken by waves of migrants in Gianfranco Rosi’s documentary. READ MORE

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  • 'The Yard': Berlin Review

    4:32 AM 2/13/2016
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    This tragicomic Swedish drama casts a Kafka-esque eye on the horrors of the modern industrial workplace. READ MORE

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  • 'The Tenth Man' ('El rey del Once'): Berlin Review

    3:46 AM 2/13/2016
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    The latest from prolific Argentinian writer-director Daniel Burman premiered in the Panorama section of the German jamboree. READ MORE

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  • 'The Son of Joseph' ('Le Fils de Joseph'): Berlin Review

    1:24 AM 2/13/2016
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    The latest film from U.S.-born, France-based director Eugene Green ('La Sapienza') stars Fabrizio Rongione, Mathieu Almaric and newcomer Victor Ezenfis. READ MORE

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  • 'Baden Baden': Berlin Review

    2:00 PM 2/12/2016
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    French director Rachel Lang premiered her debut feature in Berlin’s Forum sidebar. READ MORE

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  • 'Boris Without Beatrice' ('Boris sans Beatrice'): Berlin Review

    1:30 PM 2/12/2016
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    French-Canadian film critic-turned-director Denis Cote forces a titan of industry to descend from Mount Olympus and contemplate his life in the face of loss. READ MORE

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  • 'War on Everyone': Berlin Review

    1:00 PM 2/12/2016
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    The debut US feature from 'The Guard' and 'Calvary' creator John Michael McDonagh pays rowdy homage to vintage detective-duo movies. READ MORE

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  • 'Meteor Street' ('Meteorstrasse'): Berlin Review

    12:00 PM 2/12/2016
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    French documentary filmmaker Aline Fischer opened Berlin’s German movie sidebar. READ MORE

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  • 'Short Stay': Berlin Review

    11:45 AM 2/12/2016
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    Short filmmaker Ted Fendt makes his feature debut in the Berlinale Forum. READ MORE

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  • 'Standoff': Film Review

    11:02 AM 2/12/2016
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    Thomas Jane defends a young girl from a murderous Laurence Fishburne. READ MORE

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  • 'Homo Sapiens': Berlin Review

    10:30 AM 2/12/2016
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    Director Nikolaus Geyrhalter (‘Our Daily Bread’) screened his new documentary in Berlin. READ MORE

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  • 'Midnight Special': Berlin Review

    10:30 AM 2/12/2016
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    Writer-director Jeff Nichols casts his regular acting muse Michael Shannon as a father who goes on the run to protect his enigmatic young son, played by Jaeden Lieberher. READ MORE

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