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  1. Is 'The 100-Year-Old Man' Sweden's Next 'Dragon Tattoo'?

    8:44 am PDT 03/20/2014
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    The feature is looking to do for Swedish comedy what “The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo” did for drama. READ MORE

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  2. Golden Bear-Winning 'Black Coal, Thin Ice' Opens In China

    8:29 am PDT 03/20/2014
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    50 Cent, Timbaland, Eminem and Carmelo Anthony are among the investors in the film. READ MORE

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  3. Karl Baumgartner, Producer of 'Le Havre' and 'Underground' Dead at 65

    1:57 am PDT 03/19/2014
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    Baumgartner produced with such acclaimed arthouse directors as Emir Kusturica, Aki Kaurismaki and Kim Ki-duk and was a pioneer of the European co-production model. READ MORE

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  4. Filmart: Record Number of European Sales Companies Attending

    9:27 am PDT 03/10/2014
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    32 European sales agents will screen at the Hong Kong film market, which runs March 24-27. READ MORE

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  5. 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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  6. Turkey Bans Lars von Trier's 'Nymphomaniac'

    11:22 pm PST 03/04/2014
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    Turkey's film board has labeled the sex epic, starring Charlotte Gainsbourg, Stellan Skarsgard and Shia LaBeouf, as pornography, banning it from theatrical release. READ MORE

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  7. Berlin: Picture Tree Racks Up Sales for German Hit 'Suck Me Shakespeer'

    4:01 am PST 03/04/2014
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    Buyers in France, Korea and the Czech Republic picked up the school days comedy, which has earned more than $70 million at the German box office. READ MORE

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  8. German 'The Office,' Turkish Comedy Rule Teutonic Box Office

    10:08 am PST 02/25/2014
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    George Clooney's “The Monuments Men” books a respectable fourth in Germany as international titles rule the local box office. READ MORE

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  9. The Circle (Der Kreis): Berlin Review

    10:41 am PST 02/24/2014
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    Director Stefan Haupt's feature, about the eponymous gay magazine and network in Switzerland, won the Teddy and Panorama Audience Award for best documentary in Berlin. READ MORE

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  10. Everything We Loved: Berlin Review

    10:32 am PST 02/24/2014
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    Max Currie's feature debut stars Brett Stewart and Sia Trokenheim as grieving parents in Auckland who try to start a new life together. READ MORE

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  11. Guidelines (La Marche a suivre): Berlin Review

    10:24 am PST 02/24/2014
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    Canadian documentary director Jean-Francois Caissy's third feature looks at adolescents in rural Quebec with a penchant for getting into trouble. READ MORE

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  12. Shout! Factory Lands 'Jack and the Cuckoo-Clock Heart'

    4:30 am PST 02/24/2014
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    The CG-animated family adventure from EuropaCorp screened at the recent Berlin International Film Festival. READ MORE

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  13. Berlin: Ira Sachs' 'Love Is Strange' Closes Multiple Territory Deals

    2:48 am PST 02/24/2014
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    John Lithgow and Alfred Molina star in the drama about a gay couple of 28 years who are forced to live apart after one of them loses his job. READ MORE

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  14. South Is Nothing (Il sud è niente): Berlin Review

    1:36 pm PST 02/21/2014
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    Fabio Mollo’s notable feature debut about Italy’s South continues its march through festivals READ MORE

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  15. Iranian (Iranien): Berlin Review

    1:08 pm PST 02/21/2014
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    An Iranian expat filmmaker invites four hard-liners to experiment with a pluralistic society READ MORE

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