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Berlin: German Producer Karl Baumgartner to Receive Berlinale Camera

Baumgartner pioneered international co-productions with such acclaimed auteurs as Emir Kusturica, Aki Kaurismaki and Kim Ki-Duk.

‘Iron Sky,’ ‘Le Havre’ Among Highlights at Finnish Industry Showcase

The inaugural Finnish Film Affair runs Sept. 25-27 alongside the Helsinki Film Festival.

Snubbed by Oscars, ‘Le Havre’ Sweeps Finland’s Jussi Awards

Aki Kaurismaki’s French-language fairytale takes six prizes, including best film, at the national film honors in Helsinki.

‘The Artist’ Named Best Film at France’s Lumiere Awards

Berenice Bejo, Omar Sy and Maiwenn were among other winners at France’s version of the Golden Globes.

‘Le Havre’ Leads Finnish Film Noms

Aki Kaurismaki's French-language drama is Finland's candidate for the foreign language Oscar.

France’s Cesar Awards Expands Nominations

The Academy has already expanded the Best Film and Best Foreign film competition to seven titles instead of the traditional five.

Aki Kaurismaki’s ‘Le Havre’ Wins Louis Delluc Prize in Paris

The award for best first film went to Djinn Carrenard’s "Donoma."

Why The European Film Awards Will Matter This Year

For the first time, the EFAs could be a signal for Golden Globes and Oscar Winners.

Brad Pitt’s ‘Moneyball’ to Kick Off Italy’s Turin Film Festival

A tribute to "Le Havre" director Aki Kaurismaki and appearances by Penelope Cruz and Emile Hirsch are also on tap for the film fest's first day.

Animated, Documentary and Foreign: 3 Key Oscar Categories Analyzed

THR's awards analyst Scott Feinberg picks his top five films in the categories.

Artificial Eye Scores With More Than Half European Film Academy Nominations On Its Release Roster

U.K. arthouse specialist boasts 21 noms from 39 slots at upcoming EFA nods.

Academy Releases Foreign-Language Oscar List

63 movies, including Finland's "Le Havre," begin the battle for an Academy Award nomination for their respective countries.