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    Scorsese's "Shutter Island" Thrills Berlinale

    The 60th Berlinale saved its star power for the Saturday night slot here in Berlin, with Martin Scorsese offering the splashy premiere of his 50s American mystery thriller, "Shutter Island." The premiere tonight packed in crowds around the fest's showcase venue, the Berlinale Palast. Despite continu...

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    Imagine being born into this.....?

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    Photographer Brigitte Lacombe on Charlie Rose

    One of my favorite photographers is French-born Brigitte Lacombe, who talked to Charlie Rose on the publication of her photo book: Lacombe: Anima/ Persona. It all started with Dustin Hoffman at Cannes. Great interview, in case you missed it:

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    BLACK DYNAMITE a "Solid" Hit

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    Berlinale 60 Day One: Apart Together, Backless Zellweger

    Intrepid San Francisco film and food writer Meredith Brody will be filing daily reports from the Berlin International Film Festival (as will indieWIRE, which picks 20 films to watch). Here's diary number one:

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    Oscar Talk Episode 21: On the Campaign Trail

    This week Kris Tapley and I cover Oscar activity at the Santa Barbara Film Festival and in town, and keep debating the best actress, actor, picture and director race. Does Up in the Air or Inglourious Basterds have a fighting chance?

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  • JUMP CUTS by James Israel
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    At Fortissimo, Winterbottom's Latest to Star Firth, Sturgess

    A new political thriller from Michael Winterbottom, set in British ruled Palestine at the end of World War II, will star Colin Firth, Jim Sturgess and Matthew Macfadyen. The project, "The Promised Land" (produced by Revolution Films’ Andrew Eaton), is being sold worldwide by Fortissimo Films at the ...

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    Videocracy

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