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    Kino Lorber Acquires Jafar Panahi's Berlin-Winning 'Taxi'

    Darren Aronofsky, President of the 2015 Berlinale jury described "Taxi" as a "love letter to cinema."

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    Adopt Films Picks Up One-Shot Heist Thriller 'Victoria'

    The film was shot in a single 134-minute long take across 20 locations.

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    Memo to Distributors: Buy These 2015 Berlin International Film Festival Movies

    These eight movies were big hits in Berlin this month -- but they still don't have U.S. distribution. Here are some reasons why that needs to change.

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    Jafar Panahi's 'Taxi' Wins the Golden Bear in Berlin

    Andrew Haigh's "45 Years" and Pablo Larrain's "The Club" were also big winners at this year's festival.

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    Berlin Review: You've Never Seen a Period Movie Quite Like 'Aferim!'

    Romanian director Radu Jude's follow-up to "Everybody in Our Family" is a feudal black comedy about people trapped by the racist temperaments of their time.

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    Berlin: Christian Bale Finds More Spontaneity Making Indie Movies

    Bale discussed working with Terrence Malick for a second time, Los Angeles and his debut role.

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    Berlin Review: Wim Wenders' 'Every Thing Will Be Fine' is a Major Disappointment

    James Franco and Charlotte Gainsbourg star in this unfortunate dud from the German New Wave director.

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    Review: 'Fifty Shades of Grey' is as Ridiculous as You'd Expect

    The adaptation of E.L. James' salacious novel delivers on the source material -- but that's not exactly a compliment.

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    Berlin Review: Pablo LarraĆ­n's 'The Club' is a Bracing Critique of the Catholic Church

    The Chilean director's follow-up to the Oscar-nominated "No" is a fascinating black comedy.

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    Berlin: Natalie Portman on What Terrence Malick Taught Her and Returning to Acting

    She also discussed her directorial debut with press at the Berlin International Film Festival.

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