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Berlinale 2014

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

    4:30 am 2/24/2014

    The CG-animated family adventure from EuropaCorp screened at the recent Berlin International Film Festival.Read more

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

    2:48 am 2/24/2014

    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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  3. The Circle (Der Kreis): Berlin Review

    4:34 am 2/22/2014

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

    4:15 am 2/22/2014

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

    12:55 pm 2/21/2014

    Fabio Mollo’s notable feature debut about Italy’s South continues its march through festivalsRead more

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  6. Iranian (Iranien): Berlin Review

    10:24 am 2/21/2014

    An Iranian expat filmmaker invites four hard-liners to experiment with a pluralistic societyRead more

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  7. Berlin: 'Sing Street,' New Dardenne Brothers Title Sell for Germany

    3:45 am 2/21/2014

    John Carney's coming-of-age tale, set to the music of U2, and the Dardenne's "Two Days, One Night" are among the few strong presale titles to come out of Berlin's European Film Market.Read more

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  8. Berlin: Music Box Takes German Period Drama 'Beloved Sisters' for U.S., Canada

    8:42 am 2/20/2014

    Dominik Graf's romantic feature, based on the life of German poet Friedrich von Schiller, premiered in competition at the Berlinale.Read more

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  9. Triptych (Triptyque): Berlin Review

    8:05 am 2/20/2014

    Canadian theater royalty Robert Lepage adapts his 9-hour stage spectacle "Lipsynch" for the screen and co-directs the adaptation with cinematographer and director Pedro Pires.Read more

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  10. Berlin Critics' Notebook: The Good, the Bad and the Truly Bizarre

    7:21 am 2/20/2014

    The 2014 Berlinale will be remembered for a number of personal and offbeat works in competition, most aimed less at paying audiences than at hard-nosed filmgoers willing to go the extra mile.Read more

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