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    Wong Kar Wai's 'The Grandmaster' to Open the Berlin International Film Festival

    Wong Kar Wai’s much-anticipated martial-arts epic “The Grandmaster” will open the Berlin International Film Festival in February.

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    Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Noah Baumbach and 'Lovelace' Heading To Berlinale's Panorama Section

    The 63rd Berlin International Film Festival has announced the first films programmed in its Panaorama section, including Joseph Gordon-Levitt's "Don Jon's Addiction," Noah Baumbach's "Frances Ha," and Rob Epstein and Jeffrey Friedman's "Lovelace."

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    Berlinale Announces First Competition Titles; Ulrich Seidl, Gus Van Sant Included

    The 63rd Berlin International Film Festival has announced the first six films from its competition lineup.  The films include productions and co-productions from Austria, Chile, France, Germany, the Republic of Korea, Romania, Spain and the USA. In addition, the festival announced tha...

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    Berlin Names Wong Kar Wai 2013 Jury President

    Wong Kar Wai has been named the Jury President of the 63rd Berlin International Film Festival, it was announced today. The "Chungking Express" and "In The Mood For Love" director follows Werner Herzog (2010), Isabella Rosselini (2011) and Mike Leigh (2012) in the role.

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    Berlinale Residency Selects 6 Filmmakers

    The Berlinale Festival's new international fellowship program, Berlinale Residency, has announced the six filmmakers who have been invited to work on their new projects in Berlin this fall.

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    An Escape-from-Cuba Saga Six Years in the Works: Lucy Mulloy and Her Cast Talk 'Una Noche' in Berlin

    Lucy Mulloy's debut feature "Una Noche" is an ambitious tale of three Havana street kids dealing with oppressive conditions in Cuba. Central to the narrative are some interactions with the Cuban police, who work tirelessly to shield the sight of Havana's street life from the city&...

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    Berlin's Generation Section Director Talks Screening Suicide and Sex and Redefining the Coming of Age Story

    "From time to time, someone like Variety and The Hollywood Reporter refer to us as the kid's ghetto," Maryanne Redpath told Indiewire about the section of the Berlinale she directs, Generation.

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    Here Are 19 Reviews From Berlinale 2012

    This year the Berlin Film Festival had a diverse group of films screening and Indiewire was on site to see as many of them as possible. Click through the links below to read all of Indiewire's 19 reviews from this year's festival:

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    DISPATCH FROM BERLIN: Why 'Caesar Must Die' Won the Golden Bear

    "Caesar Must Die" was among the least divisive of the competition films. A few people loved it and a lot of people liked it, but hardly anyone hated it.

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    Adopt Films Completes Berlinale Acquisition Hat Trick With 'Barbara'

    Adopt Films continued its aggressive buying spree at the Berlin International Film Festival, picking up all U.S. rights to Christian Petzold's acclaimed "Barbara," which just won the Silver Bear for best director at the festival.

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