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    Berlin Film Festival Will Honor Meryl Streep

    The 62nd Berlin International Film Festival has announced that Meryl Streep will receive an Honorary Golden Bear February 14. The ceremony will take place in conjunction with a screening of her latest work, "The Iron Lady," at the Berlinale Palast.

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    Berlin Announces 10 Titles and 7 Jury Members, Including Jake Gyllenhaal and Charlotte Gainsbourg

    The 9/11 drama "Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close" from Stephen Daldry ("The Hours") and China's official 2011 Oscar bid from Zhang Yimou ("Hero"), "The Flowers of War" will make their European premieres out of competition at the 62nd Berlin Internationa...

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    Here's the First 2012 Berlin Film Festival Lineup: Generation Youth Programs

    The 2012 Berlinale has announced the program for its Generation programs, Generation Kplus, which is for films featuringyoung children; and Generation 14plus, which stars actors age 14 and up.

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    Adele Haenel, Bill Skarsgard Among EFP's 2012 Shooting Stars

    For the past 15 years, European Film Promotion (EFP) has showcased ten young actors who have shown potential in feature films in order to help them expand their careers to a more international level. Previous Shooting Stars have included Thure Lindhardt, Mélanie Laurent, Elena Anaya, and...

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    "London River" Pits Great Actors Against Lackluster Material

    Rachid Bouchareb's "London River" is simultaneously quaint and far-reaching, a tension the filmmaker never fully resolves. Set in the immediate aftermath of the 2005 London bombings, the movie follows a pair of single parents -- a middle-class widow, Elisabeth (Brenda Blethyn), who hea...

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    Mike Leigh Named Berlinale Jury President

    Mike Leigh Named Berlinale Jury President

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    MoMA to Honor Berlinale's Dieter Kosslick with Culinary Cinema Series

    Dieter Kosslick, the director of the Berlin International Film Festival since May 2001, will be honored at MoMA from August 22 to 30. According to MoMA, Kosslick "has long been engaged in issues related to food, pleasure and ecology, as well as their cultural significance and cinematic presentation....

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    TLA Releasing Picks Up UK and U.S. Rights to Berlin Winner "Harvest"

    TLA Releasing nabbed UK and U.S. rights to Benjamin Cantu's "Harvest," winner of the Siegessäule Audience Award at the the 2011 Berlin Film Festival. The drama tracks the relationship between two young apprentices working on an agricultural complex south of Berlin.

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    Strand Picks Up Braden King's Sundance Debut "HERE"

    Strand Releasing has acquired Braden King's debut feature "HERE." The video artist and music video director debuted his Ben Foster-starring film at this year's Sundance and went on to screen at the Berlinale. "HERE" follows a satellite-mapping engineer played by Foster fall for an Armenian photogr...

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    Samuel Goldwyn Nabs U.S. Rights to New Film from "Farewell My Concubine" Director

    Samuel Goldwyn has snatched U.S. distribution rights for "Sacrifice" from Chinese director Chan Kaige ("Farewell My Concubine"). The film, which screened at this year's Berlinale, is based on the play "Orphan of Zhao," tells the story of a Yuan dynasty-era general who massacres his rivals enemy, le...

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