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    Weekend Estimates: "The Class" Climbs, "Coraline" Beats "Panther"

    Sony Pictures Classics' officially has another foreign language hit on its hands, according to estimates provided this afternoon by Rentrak. Laurent Cantet's Academy Award nominated "The Class" managed to improve in its sophomore weekend, adding only 2 screens but seeing its gross improve by nearly...

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    Berlin Round Up II: The Economy, "Ricky," "Storm," More

    "The international economic crisis’ impact on the movie business has been a constant topic back home, so it’s no surpirse that it comes up frequently while networking in the halls of Martin Gropius Bau, site of the European Film Market that runs concurrent with the annual Berlin International Film F...

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    'Coraline' Thoughts

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    Moodysson's Latest Stirs Debate, Disappointment at Berlin Fest

    It's rare to hear journalists and critics vocally turn against a film at the Berlin International Film Festival. Catcalls and hisses, while more common in Cannes, are actually rather rare on the international festival circuit. So, it came as a bit of a surprise to hear a loud "boo," then whistles, f...

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    in berlin | not "the greatest"

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    Black, Beaufoy, Folman Winners With WGA

    "Slumdog Millionaire" made a clean sweep of the major guilds tonight as Simon Beaufoy added another trophy to his collection at the Writers Guild of America Awards. Beaufoy beat out Eric Roth for “The Curious Case of Benjamin Button,” Jonathan and Christopher Nolan for “The Dark Knight,” John Patric...

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    WGA Awards Go to Slumdog, Milk

    Milk scripter Dustin Lance Black, 34, tearfully accepted the Writers Guild Award for best original screenplay for Milk Saturday night by calling up the ghost of slain San Francisco politician Harvey Milk, the man who inspired Black when he moved to the Bay Area from San Antonio, Texas as a closeted ...

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    Eighteen To Premiere At Rendez-Vous With French Cinema

    The 14th edition of Rendez-Vous with French Cinema, The Film Society of Lincoln Center and Unifrance's annual showcase of contemporary French film, will take place at The Film Society and the IFC Center from March 5-15, 2009. Eighteen titles will premiere in the series, including new work from Claud...

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    in berlin | die welt

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