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Berlinale 2014

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  1. Brazil's Karim Ainouz on His Competition Title and Why He Won't Work for A Big Studio (Berlin Q&A)

    3:35 am 2/14/2014

    His drama "Praia do Futuro," starring Wagner Moura, is a Brazil-Germany co-production and part of the competition at the Berlinale.Read more

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  2. European Film Ticket Sales Drop 4.1 Percent in 2013

    2:24 am 2/14/2014

    Admissions slip in Germany, the U.K. and France while Italy recovers slightly and Spanish ticket sales collapse.Read more

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  3. The Food Guide to Love: Berlin Review

    1:31 pm 2/13/2014

    Irishman meets Spanish woman in a Dublin made of food, Freud, feelings and fun.Read more

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  4. Berlin: Stellan Skarsgard Crime Comedy Heats Up Sales

    10:22 am 2/13/2014

    'In Order of Disappearance' from Norwegian director Hans Petter Moland adds Italy, Switzerland and Hong Kong to its long list of territory sales.Read more

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  5. Berlin: Festival Director Dieter Kosslick Staying Put

    10:08 am 2/13/2014

    Kosslick denies rumors he will switch jobs to become Berlin's next culture secretary.Read more

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  6. Vulva 3.0: Berlin Review

    9:36 am 2/13/2014

    German documentarians Claudia Richarz and Ulrike Zimmermann examine attitudes towards women’s nether regions in an age when nothing can’t be "fixed" by plastic surgery.Read more

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  7. The Forest is Like the Mountains (Padurea e ca muntele, vezi?): Berlin Review

    9:23 am 2/13/2014

    This warm-hearted documentary about a Romanian gypsy village finds human stories behind sensational headlines. Read more

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  8. Cracks in Concrete (Risse im Beton): Berlin Review

    9:18 am 2/13/2014

    Kurdish-Austrian director Umut Dag's second feature stars his regular actor, Murathan Muslu, as a father who tries to connect with his 15-year-old son after a ten-year stint in jail.Read more

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  9. The 100-Year-Old Man Who Climbed Out the Window and Disappeared (Hundraaringen som klev ut genom fonstret och forsvann): Berlin Review

    9:11 am 2/13/2014

    Director Felix Herngren’s screen version of Jonas Jonasson’s bestselling novel about a centenarian explosives savant has been a major hit in Sweden, grossing more than $20 million since its Dec. 25 release.Read more

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  10. Scrap Yard (Casse): Berlin Review

    8:48 am 2/13/2014

    French filmmaker Nadege Trebal unspooled her latest documentary in the Berlinale Forum.Read more

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