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    REVIEW | Echo Chamber: Nina Toussaint and Massimo Iannetta's "The Decomposition of the Soul"

    In Nina Toussaint and Massimo Iannetta's documentary "The Decomposition of the Soul" two ex-inmates of Berlin-Hohenschonhausen, one of the most infamous Stasi prisons of East Germany, revisit the site of their incarceration. Sigrid Paul was arrested for harboring escapees from the Soviet zone, and o...

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    REVIEW | I Spy: Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck's "The Lives of Others"

    Curiously - or perhaps not - the four decades of economic hardship and political oppression endured by the citizens of the former German Democratic Republic have, in the years since reunification, given way to "Ostalgie," a pervasive nostalgia for life in the GDR (see, as an example, Wolfgang Becker...

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    Worldwide Rights to "Man in the Chair" Sits with Shoreline

    Shoreline Entertainment has acquired worldwide rights to Michael Schroeder "Man in the Chair" from production outfit Elbow Grease Pictures. The film will screen at this year's Berlin International Film Festival. The deal was brokered between Shoreline's Morris Ruskin and Elbow Grease Pictures' Sarah...

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    NonStop Entertainment Takes Two

    NonStop Entertainment acquires two promising French titles from Rezo Films" the romantic-comedy "Two Days in Paris" by Julie Delpy and the erotic drama "Exterminating Angels" by Jean-Claude Brisseau. The film will premiere at the Berlin International Film Festival 2007. [Brian Brooks]

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    Wild Dancer Looks Forward to Two Comedies

    Wind Dancer Films has hired writers for two feature comedies. Bear Aderhold and Tom Sullivan have been hired to write "Fear Less," a contemporary comedy about the most fearful guy on earth who because of a freakish accident can no longer experience fear. And, Erik Lindsay has been signed to write "L...

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    Two Clips From Our Friends in India

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    Being Gay: so 2006

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    Film Facing Chinese Ban in Berlinale Competition

    Questions remain about the fate of Li Yu's Berlinale competition title "Lost in Bejing," an apparently provocative new Chinese film that stars Tony Leung. In a statement, Laurel Films and Films Distribution indicated that the movie was not approved by the censorship film office in China. Director Li Yu and producer Fang Li, in an agreement with worldwide sales company Films Distribution, intend to screen an unedited version of the film at European Film Market screenings, according to a statement, but they added that its unclear whether a censored version will be shown for the film's world premiere in competition on February 16th at the festiv...

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    Stephen Colbert: The ice cream?

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    SILVER JEW: The World Premiere

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