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Berlinale 2013

Is ‘The 100-Year-Old Man’ Sweden’s Next ‘Dragon Tattoo’?

The feature is looking to do for Swedish comedy what "The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo" did for drama.

Berlin: Japan’s Yoji Yamada Part of Lineup for Ninth Time

The veteran director, who has long been a favorite at the German festival, will be represented in the competition lineup with his film "The Little House."

Berlin 2014: Andreas Veiel, Frieder Schlaich, Katja Eichinger on Made in Germany Jury

The trio will award the young director's prize to the helmer of one of the entries in the 2013 Berlin's Perspektive Deutsches Kino section.

Berlin 2014: Ken Loach to Receive Honorary Golden Bear

The 64th Berlin festival will honor the veteran British director with an homage of his films and a lifetime achievement award.

AFM: Oscar Contenders Strong Sellers for Beta

The German sales outfit lines up multiple territories on Foreign Language candidates "Two Lives," "Child's Pose" and "Le Grand Cahier."

Oscars: Belgium Nominates ‘The Broken Circle Breakdown’ for Foreign Language Category

Felix van Groeningen's relationship drama with a bluegrass twist has been a sleeper success across Europe.

Robert Redford to Direct Segment in 3D Doc Series ‘Cathedrals of Culture’

Wim Wenders is spearheading the six-part documentary series about iconic buildings.

Cannes: Beta Adds ‘Quality Time,’ ‘Taste of Apple Seeds’ to Line-Up

The slate also includes Berlin Festival winner "Child's Pose".

Vincent Bal’s ‘Zigzag Kid’ Wins European Young Audience Award

A jury of some 600 kids in nine European cities voted for the second-annual honor.

Cannes: Magnolia Takes ‘Tasting Menu’ for U.S.

Roger Gual's Spanish comedy also sells to Vendetta Film for Australia/New Zealand.

Hong Kong Filmart: Sales Backing for Berlin Winner ‘Child’s Pose,’ Icelandic ‘The Deep’

European sales and buyers will have a larger presence at Hong's Kong's Asian film market this year.

George Clooney Starts ‘The Monuments Men’ Shoot In Germany

?Sony Pictures and 20th Century Fox are backing the Clooney-directed drama, which co-stars Matt Damon, Bill Murray and Cate Blanchett.??