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Berlin: Amazon Takes Chilean LGBTQ Drama ‘My Tender Matador’ for Latin America (Exclusive)

The award-winning film — being sold by Grandave International at Berlin's European Film Market — tells the story of the relationship between an aging cross-dresser and a guerrilla fighter.

‘Ema’: Film Review | Venice 2019

Gael Garcia Bernal reteams with Pablo Larrain, his director on 'No' and 'Neruda,' starring with newcomer Mariana Di Girolamo in 'Ema,' a marital drama set in the reggaetón dance world.

‘A Fantastic Woman’ (‘Una Mujer fantastica’): Film Review | Berlin 2017

Chilean director Sebastian Lelio follows 'Gloria' with 'A Fantastic Woman,' another intimate exploration of female solitude, sexuality, humiliation and resilience, this time built around a transgender singer.

‘Neruda’: Film Review | Cannes 2016

Gael Garcia Bernal reteams with 'No' director Pablo Larrain to play an obsessive detective on the trail of the famed Chilean poet-politician forced into exile in 1948.

Embattled Trans-Pacific Trade Pact Good for Hollywood, Says Official

Senior trade official Michael Froman makes the case for the TPP but acknowledges political headwinds.

VW Scandal: Hybrids, Hackers Offer Clues to Motivation

As cars are increasingly controlled by lines of code, software sleight-of-hand can improve engine performance — or trick regulators into thinking a dirty diesel is actually clean.

YouTube Streams Live Alternative Halftime Show With Online Stars, Science Experiments

Harley Morenstein of Epic Meal Time hosted the program, which featured more than 20 YouTube stars, songs, sketches and an inflatable football field.

‘MasterChef’ Passes 50 Territories

A new format deal in Colombia marks Shine's fourth Latin American adaptation of the show in eight months

Social Media to Boom During Soccer World Cup

Twitter, YouTube and Facebook are expected to be busy during the Brazil tournament, which an Adidas exec predicts will "undoubtedly be the most social World Cup ever and probably the most social event in history."

Illiterate (Las analfabetas): Venice Review

Starring Berlin award winning actress Paulina Garcia, Moises Sepulveda’s two-hander brings Critics Week to a quietly thoughtful close.

North America the Dominant International Market for Euro Films

European movies earned just under $500 million outside of Europe in 2010, led by German-produced "Resident Evil: Afterlife."

Samuel Maoz, Rafi Pitts Among First Berlinale Residency Participants

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