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Berlinale 2014

StudioCanal Mines China’s ‘Black Coal’ For U.K. Release

The Berlin Golden Bear winner is currently playing at the London Film Festival

’71,’ ‘The Tribe’ and ‘Party Girl’ Among European Discovery Nominees

Spanish dramas '10,000 KM' and 'Wounded' also up for European Film Academy's best first feature prize

Rio Film Fest: ‘Xenia’ Wins Rio’s First LGBT Prize

Panos H. Koutras’ film topped the new Felix Awards

Golden Horse Awards: ‘Black Coal, Thin Ice’ Leads Nominations

Asia's most prestigious film awards ceremony will take place on Nov. 22

Oscars: Switzerland Selects ‘The Circle’ for Foreign-Language Category

Stefan Haupt's gay emancipation docudrama premiered in Berlin's Panorama section

‘Nymphomaniac Director’s Cut’ to Get Global Bow

The extra-long version of Lars Von Trier's erotic epic will go out day-and-date in multiple countries

Toronto: Sundance Selects Boards ‘Phoenix’

The drama from German director Christian Petzold stars Nina Hoss as a Holocaust survivor

Toronto: Cinelicious Pics Takes Two Josephine Decker Films

The specialty distributor picks up 'Butter on the Latch' and 'Thou Wast Mild and Lovely' for theatrical and VOD

‘Beloved Sisters’ Is Germany’s Best Foreign Language Film Candidate for the 2015 Oscars

Dominik Graf's historic melodrama tells the story of a three-way love affair in 18th-century Prussia

Alain Resnais’ ‘Life of Riley’ to Close Montreal World Film Festival

The upcoming 38th edition will pay homage to the late French auteur director with a North American premiere of his last film.

Germany Cuts Funding (Again) for Film Tax Incentive

Wes Anderson’s “The Grand Budapest Hotel” and George Clooney’s “The Monuments Men” both received backing from the German Federal Film Fund, which will have its budget cut for 2015.

‘The 50 Year Argument’: Sheffield Review

Scorsese co-directs this handsome and stimulating documentary celebrating five decades of the New York Review of Books.