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    Berlin Review: "Rosemary's Baby' Meets David Lynch in 'Shelley'

    Cabin-in-the-woods horror from Iran.

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    Berlin International Film Festival Winners Announced, 'Fire At Sea' Grabs Golden Bear

    "Death in Sarajevo" picked up the Silver Bear in a packed competition.

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    Watch: The Berlin International Film Festival Announces Its Winners Live

    The official winners press conference will air immediately following the fest's awards ceremony.

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    Why 'Things to Come' Filmmaker Mia Hansen-Løve Refuses to Get Caught Up in Ideologies

    "I can't see the world any differently; I have very little tolerance for any view that would oppose it, for anyone thinking that women can't or shouldn't do the same things that men do."

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    The 2016 Indiewire Berlin International Film Festival Bible: Every Review, Interview and News Item Posted During Run of Festival

    Stay up-to-date on the latest news out of the Berlin International Film Festival throughout the day as our team on the ground files reviews, acquisition announcements, business analysis and interviews with both established and up-and-coming talent.

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    Berlin Review: From L.A. to the Middle East, 'Soy Nero' Follows a Strange Journey

    Iran's Rafi Pitts follows a Mexican immigrant from Beverly Hills to a distant land.

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    Watch: Spike Lee and His 'Chi-Raq' Cast Talk About Their Incendiary Feature Live from Berlin

    Live from the Berlin International Film Festival, watch the "Chi-Raq" press conference featuring Spike Lee and more.

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    Berlin Review: Cynthia Nixon is Excellent as Emily Dickinson in Terence Davies' 'A Quiet Passion'

    The 70-year-old filmmaker delivers another delicate period drama that should satisfy his fans.

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    Berlin Review: Europe's Refugee Crisis Receives the Powerful Treatment It Deserves in 'Fire at Sea'

    Gianfranco Rosi's look at life around the Italian island of Lampedusa puts a human face on a global crisis.

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    Watch: Terence Davies and His 'A Quiet Passion' Cast Talk About Their Emily Dickinson Biopic Live from Berlin

    Live from the Berlin International Film Festival, watch the "A Quiet Passion" press conference featuring Terence Davies and more.

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