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Berlinale 2015

Berlin: Debbie Harry Joins Ruth Wilson in ‘I Am the Pretty Thing That Lives in the House’

Osgood Perkins wrote and will be directing the Netflix project.

Icelandic Drama ‘Virgin Mountain’ Wins Scandinavia’s Top Film Honor

Dagur Kari's romantic comedy about a very big 43-year-old virgin was named best Nordic film of the year.

‘Victoria’ Director Sebastian Schipper to Adapt ‘Denial’ as First U.S. Project (Exclusive)

The non-fiction bestseller, from terror expert Jessica Stern, is a memoir of her investigation into an unsolved crime against her and her sister.

Oscars: Slovakia Submits ‘Koza’ for Foreign-Language Category

Ivan Ostrochovský's first feature had its world premiere in Berlin this year.

TIFF: Kino Lober Takes North American Rights to ‘Ixcanul’

Jayro Bustamente's drama is the first-ever Guatemalan entry for the foreign-language Oscars.

Berlin Winner ‘Aferim!’ Picked Up for U.S. Distribution

The film has just been named Romania's entry in the foreign-language Oscar race.

One-Take Thriller ‘Victoria’ Wins German Film Awards

Director Laura Poitras, accepting a best documentary trophy for 'Citizenfour,' calls on Germany to grant asylum to Edward Snowden.

Cannes Says “Non” to TV Series Craze

"We take care of cinema, which needs us!" says festival director Thierry Fremaux.

One-Take Thriller ‘Victoria,’ Period Drama ’13 Minutes’ Lead German Film Award Nominees

Oscar-winner 'Citizenfour,' a German co-production, receives three nominations for the country's top film honors.

‘How To Win At Checkers (Every Time)’: Hong Kong Review

Korean-American director Josh Kim's Bangkok-set debut revolves around the attempts of an 11-year-old to get his elder brother out of the military draft

‘K’: Hong Kong Review

Mongolian filmmaker Darhad Erdenibulag and Ulan Bator-based Welshman Emyr ap Richard team up for a desert-outpost-set adaptation of Franz Kafka's novel "The Castle."

‘Golden Kingdom’: Berlin Review

U.S. filmmaker Brian Perkins' first feature revolves around a young Burmese monk's rite of passage as he ventures from his monastery into a land of disappearances, deaths and evil deities.