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Berlinale 2014

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  1. Berlin: Richard Linklater's 'Boyhood' Takes Art House Honor

    4:32 am 2/15/2014

    John Michael McDonagh's “Calvary,” German religious drama “Stations of the Cross” among the winners of Berlin's independent jury prizes.Read more

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  2. Violet: Berlin Review

    4:04 am 2/15/2014

    Flemish director Bas Devos' visually impressive debut and Berlin Generation 14plus Grand Prix winner was shot by ace cinematographer Nicolas Karakatsanis ("Bullhead").Read more

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  3. Everything We Loved: Berlin Review

    2:14 am 2/15/2014

    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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  4. Berlin: Gay Emancipation Docudrama 'The Circle' Wins Teddy Award

    12:56 am 2/15/2014

    Stefan Haupt's 1950s-set feature traces the origins of the first gay rights organization in Europe.Read more

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  5. Berlin: '52 Tuesdays,' Takes Berlinale's Crystal Bear for Best Youth Film

    1:25 pm 2/14/2014

    Sophie Hyde’s debut about gender transition won best director at Sundance.Read more

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  6. Natural Resistance: Berlin Review

    1:21 pm 2/14/2014

    American expat filmmaker Jonathan Nossiter returns to the vineyards to champion natural wine-making.Read more

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  7. Berlin: Martin Scorsese Screens 'NYROB' Doc as Work in Progress

    1:02 pm 2/14/2014

    "I've been reading, or trying to read, 'The New York Review of Books' since 1963," said the "Wolf of Wall Street" director.Read more

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  8. The Little House (Chiisai ouchi): Berlin Review

    1:00 pm 2/14/2014

    Hearts flutter beneath chic kimonos in wartime Tokyo and secrets are carried to the grave in Yoji Yamada’s underheated melodrama, adapted from an award-winning novel.Read more

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  9. Beauty and the Beast (La Belle et la Bete): Berlin Review

    9:20 am 2/14/2014

    Vincent Cassel (“Black Swan”) and Lea Seydoux (“The Grand Budapest Hotel”) star in director Christophe Gans’ adaptation of the timeless French fairy tale.Read more

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  10. Berlin: Norwegian Drama 'Blind' Wins European Cinema Labels Prize

    8:18 am 2/14/2014

    The experimental feature from director Eskil Vogt explores the rich inner life of a lonely blind woman.Read more

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