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    Banksy Speaks in Berlin

    Bansky in Berlin?

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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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    indieWIRE This Week: Berlin, Oscars, Acquisitions & More

    THIS WEEK IN FILM: In Europe, the 60th Berlinale is underway as of Thursday. Back in the U.S., the Academy Awards race is shaping up to be a ex-spousal showdown, with everyone weighing in on who will take home the trophies. Meanwhile, throughout the week, a host of new films were bought up.

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    Polanski's "Ghost" Unveiled at Berlin Fest

    Embattled director Roman Polanski may still be holed up hundreds of miles away under house arrest at his chalet in Switzerland, but he loomed large Friday as the first full day of the Berlin International Film Festival kicked into full gear. Berlinale officials yelled, "No pushing!" as accredited jo...

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    BERLINdaily | "Tuan Yuan"; Anticipating Polanski's Latest; "Metropolis" 2.0

    The 60th Berlinale kicked off Thursday with Chinese director Wang Quan’an “Tuan Yuan” (Apart Together), which explores the divide between mainland China and Taiwan. indieWIRE's Brian Brooks reports on the festival's opening at which Wang discussed the parallels between...

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    For Your Consideration: Predicting The Acting Winners

    With the Oscar ballots mailed and the ceremony less than a month away, it's time to turn our attention to potential winners. So for the next few weeks, this column will devote itself to doing just that, predicting a batch of categories at a time. I'll admit it would be a substantially more enjoyable exercise for both myself and potential readers if there was a little more suspense involved. Save for a few categories (best original screenplay, best foreign language film and, to some degree, best picture) many of this year's Oscar races seem nearly set in stone. But it's not over until it's over, and as boring as Oscar can generally be, he h...

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    cinemadaily | A Pro"doc"ative Weekend at the Movies

    It may be harder to sell a documentary in the contemporary industry climate, but some docs are so provocative, produce so much chatter, that they find comfy homes challenging minds and perspectives in theaters and living rooms. This week, two such docs that have treated festival audiences to intrig...

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    Berlinale Diary: 20 Films to Look Forward to at the Twenty Ten Berlin Fest

    A mix of difficult films and little gems was how someone described the Berlin International Film Festival earlier today during a gathering of the festival jury at Potsdamer Platz as the festival got off the ground this afternoon. Arty films, issue oriented and politically charged cinema, not to ment...

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    Bigelow Vs. Cameron at IFC and Around the Web

    As part of their Waverly Midnight series, the IFC Center will soon be transformed into a veritable marital boxing ring; pitting recent Oscar nominated ex-spouses Kathryn Bigelow and James Cameron against each other. The series, subtly titled “Bigelow vs. Cameron” runs weekends at midnight from Febru...

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    With Chinese Opener, Berlin Comes "Together" for 60th Fest

    "If you think about Berlin, this city was ripped apart, so people here understand," said Chinese director Wang Quan'an today as the 60th Berlinale got underway. "People long to be together. In Asia, people deal with feelings differently then in the West, but the longing to be together is universal."...

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