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    Poster of the Week

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    "Give me a word; I'll give you a poem"

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    BERLIN '08 DISPATCH | Life in London: Madonna and Mike Leigh In Berlinale Spotlight

    Her first feature may have been made relatively under the radar -- at least for a woman of her stature -- but iconic actress/author and all around uber pop star, now turned filmmaker, Madonna nevertheless made quite a splash in Berlin today. She landed on the cover of local tabloids ahead of the wo...

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  • "Boredom at Its Boredest" by Michael ...
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    Next Monday Night, I AM A Curator

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    BERLINALE '08 NOTEBOOK | Digging Past the Competition Where Austrian and Italian Films Shine

    Personally, I'm always relieved to see a new Hong San Soo film -- perhaps because I know, when I do, that our friends at the New York Film Festival automatically have one less slot to fill. (And if there's a new Wes Anderson or Michael Haneke too, well, the programme practically selects itself!) Unu...

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    REVIEW | Shooting the Messenger: George A. Romero's "Diary of the Dead"

    There's a tendency in some high and low circles to instantly enshrine any new work from classic horror-meister George A. Romero, good-natured, jocular guy that he is, as a way of validating not only his formidable zombie oeuvre but also the seventies horror movie canon itself. Always the most overt ...

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    BERLINALE '08 NOTEBOOK | Drink, Sex and Gynecology: "Julia," "Transsiberian," "Leo," "Black Ice" and

    Ah, the sour taste of disappointment. Watching Erick Zonca's Berlinale competition entry "Julia" -- his first feature since his superb 1998 debut, "The Dream Life of Angels" -- the question became less, 'Where has he been?,' than 'What the hell HAPPENED to him?' Playing a tottery lush in a successio...

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    Julia In Berlin: Opinions Wanted!

    Looks like Zonca has divided critics... and that sounds good to me.

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