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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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    Kerry Fox: At the Center of "Storm"

    A very warm, lengthy round of applause greeted Kerry Fox and the cast/crew of Hans Christian Schmid's Berlinale competition entry, "Storm" at a post-screening press conference inside the Grand Hyatt at Potsdamer Platz. With a strong lead performance, Fox anchors the engaging German-Danish-Dutch dram...

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    In a Time of Economic Crisis, Looking for Life Rafts in Berlin

    "Is the sky falling?" asked industry insiders on Saturday afternoon at the Berlinale, "Is it as bad as it seems to be?" Questions about the state of the film business continued to invoke Mark Gill's provocative speech that was published last summer in indieWIRE.

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    Gothenburg Film Festival: Swede Emotion

    Despite being one of Europe's major annual film events, the Gothenburg Film Festival, now in its thirty-second year, has not received much press on this side of the Atlantic. Yet with more than 450 films screening from around the world, Sweden's biggest celebration of cinema, located in the country'...

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    Angel Baby: Ozon Explores Fantasy, Reality in "Ricky"; Winslet Talks Oscar in Berlin

    Asked to describe her attraction to Francois Ozon's curious new film, "Ricky," French actress Alexandra Lamy said she was drawn to the story of a unique little boy. "I think it's a film about difference," she explained today at the Berlin International Film Festival. "This is a child that is differe...

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    Oscar '09: "Waltz With Bashir" Director Ari Folman

    EDITOR'S NOTE: Over the two weeks leading up to Oscar, indieWIRE will be republishing a series of interviews and profiles on the nominees for the 81st Academy Awards.

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    DT: How An Oscar Is Made (Literally)

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    SXSW's Janet Pierson: "The Choices Were Really, Really Hard"

    Last April, Janet Pierson was named the new producer of the SXSW Film Festival and Conference. She replaced Matt Dentler, who had served as producer of the fest since 2004. Pierson brought with her a long history in the independent film world. In 1986 she and husband John Pierson began producer rep ...

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    The Challenge Of Marketing "Push"

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    Tradition Vies with Modernity at 40th Hungarian Film Week

    On January 27, the short film "The History of Aviation" from director Balint Kenyeres kicked off the 40th edition of the Hungarian Film Week, the traditional one-week event just before the Berlin International Film Festival that highlights the previous year's films made in Hungary. The out-of-compet...

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