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Berlinale 2012

Entertainment in Focus for 2013 Berlinale Talent Campus

The mini-film school celebrates its 11th anniversary during the Berlin Film Festival next year.

Berlinale World Cinema Fund Selects Filmmakers From Vietnam, Argentina, Mongolia and Turkey

The quartet of projects are picked by a jury and will share $180,000 to bring the scripts to screen.

Carey Mulligan, Matthias Schoenaerts Join Industry Lobby Backing European Film Promotion

In a letter to the European Parliament, the heads of the Berlin, Toronto and Sundance film festivals also push for continued funding for the EFP.

‘Barbara’ Chosen as Germany’s Foreign Language Oscar Candidate

The drama from director Christian Petzold follows a doctor struggling to escape from communist East Germany.

NonStop Takes ‘Magic Mike’ for Scandinavia

Swedish distributor acquires Steven Soderbergh’s male stripper drama for Sweden, Denmark and Finland.

Susanne Muller to Head Up Feature Films at Germany’s ZDF

Recent ZDF productions include the Oscar-nominated “Pina” and Berlinale winner “Barbara.”

Nazisploitation Film ‘Iron Sky’ Hitting U.S. Theaters Via Web Platform Tugg

Canada's Entertainment One will make the movie, which bowed in Berlin, available on the action web platform that allows moviegoers to pick films for local cinemas.

Samuel Maoz, Rafi Pitts Among First Berlinale Residency Participants

Six international directors will travel to Berlin for four months to develop new film projects.

Dutch Drama ‘Kauwboy’ Wins European Young Audience Award

Audiences of 10-13 year olds in six European cities voted on the inaugural award.

Danish Period Dramas Are Box Office Gold

The Nazi-era drama “This Life” and Mads Mikkelsen-starrer “A Royal Affair” beat Hollywood tentpoles at local box office.

Kosovo Joins European Film Promotion

The Balkan nation was represented for the first time this year at Berlin’s European Film Market and the Marche du Film in Cannes