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  1. BAFTA Awards: Rebel Wilson, Sacha Baron Cohen Poke Fun at Diversity Debate

    1:47 pm PST 02/14/2016
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    “I have never been invited to the Oscars, because as you know they are racists, but the BAFTAs have diverse members and that’s what we all want to see in life … diverse members," said Wilson. READ MORE

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  2. 'A Quiet Passion': Berlin Review

    12:30 pm PST 02/14/2016
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    Cynthia Nixon plays iconic poet Emily Dickinson in Terence Davies’ biopic. READ MORE

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  3. BAFTA Awards: Emmanuel Lubezki Wins Fourth Cinematography Honor

    11:27 am PST 02/14/2016
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    The Mexican lenser won for 'The Revenant,' picking up his third BAFTA in three years. READ MORE

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  4. BAFTA Awards: Complete Winners List

    10:54 am PST 02/14/2016
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    'The Revenant' scooped the best film, best actor and best director awards at the 69th edition of the biggest film awards outside the U.S. READ MORE

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  5. Berlin: Lionsgate Takes 'Ghost Stories' for U.K.

    9:30 am PST 02/14/2016
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    The big screen adaptation of the hit stage play will be co-written and directed by Jeremy Dyson and Andy Nyman. READ MORE

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  6. Berlin: 'Drunk Parents' With Alec Baldwin, Salma Hayek Sells to Multiple Countries (Exclusive)

    9:00 am PST 02/14/2016
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    Fortitude International is selling the comedy at EFM. READ MORE

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  7. Berlin: Cynthia Nixon Says "I Could Never Direct a Film"

    8:42 am PST 02/14/2016
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    The 'Sex and the City' star also discusses playing reclusive poet Emily Dickinson in Terence Davies' 'A Quiet Passion.' READ MORE

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  8. 'Letters from War' ('Cartas da guerra'): Berlin Review

    7:30 am PST 02/14/2016
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    Ivo M. Ferreira's third feature stars Miguel Nunes as the young Antonio Lobo Antunes, a combat medic who wrote the titular correspondence before becoming a celebrated novelist. READ MORE

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  9. Berlin: Debbie Harry Joins Ruth Wilson in 'I Am the Pretty Thing That Lives in the House'

    6:48 am PST 02/14/2016
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    Osgood Perkins wrote and will be directing the Netflix project. READ MORE

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  10. Serbian Director Emir Kusturica Named Shanghai Film Fest Jury Chief

    6:31 am PST 02/14/2016
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    The 19th Shanghai film fest will take place June 11-19. READ MORE

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  11. Berlin: Meryl Streep on Director Gender Gap: "We Need 40- to 50-Year-Old White Males to Be Interested"

    5:15 am PST 02/14/2016
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    "You cannot have a long career and play as many characters as I have and maintain your magazine cover vanity," the actress said to applause. "You can't... It's un-artistic. And who cares?" READ MORE

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  12. 'The Seasons In Quincy: Four Portraits of John Berger': Berlin Review

    3:14 am PST 02/14/2016
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    The English artist and thinker John Berger is portrayed in four shorts directed by Colin MacCabe, Christopher Roth, Bartek Dziadosz and Tilda Swinton. READ MORE

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  13. Berlin: Chess Doc 'Magnus,' Sells For Germany, Hong Kong

    2:39 am PST 02/14/2016
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    Benjamin Ree's portrait of Norwegian grandmaster Magnus Carlsen is one of several hot titles in Berlin for Scandinavian sales outfit TrustNordisk. READ MORE

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  14. 5 Eastern European Countries to Shoot Your Next Film and Save Money

    12:00 am PST 02/14/2016
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    Incentives, tax rebates, versatile locations and experienced crews — there's never been a better time to shoot in Eastern Europe (even if your movie is set on Mars). READ MORE

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  15. South Korea's Polarizing Film Market: Can Mid-Budget Genre Movies Survive?

    11:00 pm PST 02/13/2016
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    With mid-budget releases becoming virtually nonexistent in the country's increasingly corporate film sector, independent-minded talents are taking matters into their own hands. READ MORE

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  16. The 5 Biggest South Korean Releases to Hit Theaters in 2016

    11:00 pm PST 02/13/2016
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    This year's buzzy titles include Liam Neeson's Korean War epic, Yeon Sang-ho's live-action film debut and Warner Bros.’ first local production. READ MORE

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