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    Berlinale 2013: Wong Kar Wai, Tony Leung and Zhang Ziyi On Their 'Grandmaster'

    "A lot of people have said that this is my first 'kung fu film,'" Wong Kar Wai said at the press conference for his film "The Grandmaster," which is opening the Berlin International Film Festival tonight. "And I say, it's more than that. 'The Grandmaster'...

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    The Weinstein Company Nabs Wong Kar Wai's 'The Grandmaster' Out of Berlin

    Hot off of opening the Berlin International Film Festival, Wong Kar Wai's martial arts epic "The Grandmaster" has landed a North American home at The Weinstein Company, who acquired U.S. and English speaking Canadian territories rights from Annapurna. The film already opened in China last month wher...

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    Berlin Review: Is Wong Kar Wai's 'The Grandmaster' Really a Martial Arts Movie?

    In the years leading up to its completion, the prospects of a kung fu movie directed by Chinese art house auteur Wong Kar Wai have fascinated those familiar with his distinct blend of lush images and poetic encounters simply because "The Grandmaster" sounded so unlike him. However, the finished prod...

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    Berlinale 2013: The 10 Films We Want to See

    The 63rd Berlin International Film Festival kicks off tomorrow, offering dozens (and dozens) of world premieres across mutliple sections. By the time the festival's Golden and Silver Bears are handed out next weekend, we'll have a good idea as to some of the best world cinema coming to theat...

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    Berlinale Announces Classics Retrospective Lineup; 'Cabaret,' 'On the Waterfront' To Screen

    The Berlin International Film Festival, which starts up on February 7th, has announced an expanded retrospective slate entitled Berlinale Classics. The five films included are all recently restored classics, including the European premiere of the 3D restoration of Alfred Hitchcock's "Dial M for Murd...

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    Susanne Bier, Tim Robbins and Ellen Kuras Join Wong Kar Wai on Berlinale Jury

    Susanne Bier, Andreas Dresen, Ellen Kuras, Shirin Neshat, Tim Robbins and Athina Rachel Tsangari will join Wong Kar Wai on the 2013 Berlinale Competition jury, it was announced today.

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    Berlin Completes Official Program; 'Before Midnight' and Final River Phoenix Film In The Mix

    The competition of the 63rd Berlin International Film Festival is now complete with 19 of the 24 films in the official programme vying for the Golden and Silver Bears.

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    Berlinale Announces Dozens of New Titles Including Work From Ken Loach, James Franco, Michael Winterbottom and Jane Campion

    The Berlin International Film Festival -- which kicks off February 7th -- has added a slew of new titles to its Panorama and Berlinale Special programs, including new work form Ken Loach, James Franco, Michael Winterbottom, Shane Carruth, Giuseppe Tornatore and Jane Campion.

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    Berlinale Adds 9 More to Competition; Includes New Film by Jafar Panahi and Steven Soderbergh's Latest

    The 63rd Berlin International Film Festival has added nine more films to its competition lineup, including one shocker of an addition: a new feature from "This Is Not a Film" director Jafar Panahi, who remains under house arrest in Iran. The film, titled "Closed Curtain," is co-d...

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