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  1. South Korea's Polarizing Film Market: Can Mid-Budget Genre Movies Survive?

    11:00 pm PST 02/13/2016
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    With mid-budget releases becoming virtually nonexistent in the country's increasingly corporate film sector, independent-minded talents are taking matters into their own hands. READ MORE

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  2. The 5 Biggest South Korean Releases to Hit Theaters in 2016

    11:00 pm PST 02/13/2016
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    This year's buzzy titles include Liam Neeson's Korean War epic, Yeon Sang-ho's live-action film debut and Warner Bros.’ first local production. READ MORE

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  3. South Korea Film Studios Are Finding a Place for "Interesting Female Personas"

    11:00 pm PST 02/13/2016
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    "It's been rather tough for Korean actresses as their roles have been largely limited to supporting characters, like the lover or mother. But things are changing little by little." READ MORE

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  4. Berlin: Buyers Looking for Laughs With A-List Comedies

    10:00 pm PST 02/13/2016
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    Comedy projects with strong talent attached are seeing strong sales, including the first big sale of the festival: George Clooney's 'Suburbicon.' READ MORE

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  5. Berlin: China Warms Up to Indie Titles With New Theater Network

    10:00 pm PST 02/13/2016
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    An emerging niche market for mid-budget releases could be a game-changer for independent producers hoping to get a slice of the Chinese movie boom. READ MORE

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  6. Berlin: Tim Robbins Says "It's So Easy to Be Cynical" When Making Movies

    4:17 pm PST 02/13/2016
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    "It's a courageous act to be someone who is interested in shining a light on the better parts of humanity," the 'Dead Man Walking' helmer said while accepting the Berlinale Camera. READ MORE

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  7. 'Creepy': Berlin Review

    12:42 pm PST 02/13/2016
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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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  8. Berlin: 'Die Another Day' Director Wants to Make a Hollywood Western

    10:47 am PST 02/13/2016
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    "I'm a great fan of the American Western. It's my favorite genre," Lee Tamahori told a festival press conference to promote his latest film, 'Mahana.' READ MORE

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  9. 'Tempestad': Berlin Review

    8:00 am PST 02/13/2016
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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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  10. 'Fire at Sea' ('Fuocoammare'): Berlin Review

    7:57 am PST 02/13/2016
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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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  11. Latin America's Film Industry Paradox: 5 Countries With Loud Fest Titles (and Quiet Box Office Payoffs)

    6:00 am PST 02/13/2016
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    Film production is booming and local filmmakers are thriving on the festival circuit, but homegrown projects remain no match for Hollywood at the multiplex. READ MORE

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  12. Berlin: Focus Nabs Jeff Nichols' 'Loving'

    5:53 am PST 02/13/2016
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    The film about a couple that was jailed for their interracial marriage stars Joel Edgerton and Ruth Negga. READ MORE

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  13. Berlin: Liam Neeson's Korean War Film Sells to Germany, Taiwan

    4:43 am PST 02/13/2016
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    The actor stars as General Douglas MacArthur in 'Operation Chromite,' which tells the story of the secret mission X-Ray during the 1950 Korean War. READ MORE

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  14. Berlin: Benedict Cumberbatch to Narrate Documentary ‘Naples ‘44’

    3:14 am PST 02/13/2016
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    The Academy Award nominated actor is set to bring to life Naples after its Nazi occupation in World War II. READ MORE

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  15. Berlin Hidden Gem: 'Shepherds and Butchers'

    3:05 am PST 02/13/2016
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    Director Oliver Schmitz on his long journey into South Africa's racist past and the damage done during apartheid on both sides of the racial divide. READ MORE

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  16. Berlin: Paul Rudd, Steve Coogan to Play Married Couple in 'An Ideal Home'

    3:00 am PST 02/13/2016
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    Andrew Fleming will direct the dramedy that Fortitude is selling in Berlin. READ MORE

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  17. Berlin: Tahar Rahim Joining Harrison Ford in 'Official Secrets'

    2:22 am PST 02/13/2016
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    The Justin Chadwick spy drama also stars Paul Bettany, Anthony Hopkins, Natalie Dormer and Martin Freeman. READ MORE

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  18. Berlin: Charlotte Rampling Boards 'Valley of the Gods'

    1:49 am PST 02/13/2016
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    The Oscar nominee joins Josh Hartnett and John Rhys-Davies in Lech Majewski's fantasy sci-fi, being sold by Fortissimo. READ MORE

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

    1:24 am PST 02/13/2016
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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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