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Berlinale 2011

Berlin: Ethan Hawke to Star in Thriller ’24 Hours to Live’

Brian Smrz will direct the Fundamental Films and Thunder Road Pictures project.

‘A Separation’ Director Asghar Farhadi to Head Busan Jury

The Iranian director's latest, 'The Past' was a Golden Globe nominee

Berlinale Talent Campus Sets Up Asian Branch at Tokyo FilmeX Festival

The local version of Berlin’s talent training school runs Nov. 21-26.

Berlin Film Festival Sets Up $20,000 Prize for Young German Directors

The winner of the inaugural Made in Germany Perspektive Fellowship will be chosen among the directors of the 2011 Perspektive Deutsches Kino section of this year’s Berlin Film Festival.

Agnieszka Holland’s ‘In Darkness’ to Be Poland’s 2012 Oscar Candidate

Sony Classics will bow the World War II drama in the U.S.

World Cinema Fund Backs Productions From Syria, Guatamala, Brazil and Malaysia

Fund also gives distribution support to Berlin titles "Nader and Simin," "A Screaming Man," "The Light Thief" and "Huacho."

Wolfe Releasing Picks Up ‘Suicide Room’ for U.S.

Jan Komasa's directorial debut has been a box office hit in Poland.

Sundance Selects Grabs U.S. Rights to ‘The Forgiveness of Blood’

The script from Joshua Marston and Andamion Murataj won the Silver Bear for best screenplay in Berlin.

The Ways of Wine: Berlin Review

An interesting mix of documentary and fiction, Nicolas Carreras' tale of how ebullient sommelier Charlie Arturaola loses his tasting mojo and strives to get it back will please many a palate.

Berlin’s European Film Market Shows All Round Growth

Nearly 7,000 industry attendees and more than 1,500 buyers attended the event this year.

Household X: Berlin Review

Koki Yoshida directs with the usual ticks but none of the intriguing quirks of Japanese independent cinema in his film about personal frustration and the universal breakdown of communication.