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Berlin Adds Screenings In Memory of Philip Seymour Hoffman and Maximilian Schell

Berlin Adds Screenings In Memory of Philip Seymour Hoffman and Maximilian Schell

The Berlin International Film Festival has added special screenings to commemorate the deaths of actors Philip Seymour Hoffman and Maximilian Schell.

The festival will present a special screening of “Capote” at the CinemaxX 6 on Tuesday, February 11, 2014 at 9.00 pm. “Capote” had screened in competition at the festival in 2006. Hoffman also made his way to the festival for Richard Kwietniowski’s “Owning Mahowny,” Spike Lee’s “25th Hour,” Anthony Minghella’s “The Talented Mr. Ripley” and Paul Thomas Anderson’s “Magnolia,” which won  the Golden Bear.
 
In honor of Maximilian Schell, the festival will present his film “Meine Schwester Maria” (My Sister Maria). This screening will be showing at the Urania Filmbühne Berlin on February 9, 2014 at 3.00 pm. In the film, Schell reflects on his relationship with his sister. Schell’s documentary “Marlene,” about Marlene Dietrich, was screened in the Competition in 1984. He returned to the Competition as an actor in Jeroen Krabbé’s “Left Luggage” in 1998.

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