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Berlin International Film Festival

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    Berlin Review: Why 'Queen of the Desert,' Starring Nicole Kidman, is Werner Herzog's Worst Movie in Years

    The legendary filmmaker's first movie in competition at the Berlin International Film Festival in decades is a catastrophe. What gives?

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    Berlin Review: Charlotte Rampling is Stunning in Andrew Haigh's Powerful '45 Years'

    The "Weekend" director and "Looking" creator offers another deeply involving chamber piece.

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    Jafar Panhi's 'Taxi': First Reviews From Berlin Say Government Restrictions Have Only Made His Movies Better

    Panahi's third film under a government ban may be his best, and most entertaining, yet.

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    Berlin: Alex Ross Perry Explains Why He Changed Direction for Haunting 'Queen of Earth'

    The "Listen Up Philip" director's latest Elisabeth Moss vehicle is nothing like his earlier work. There's a reason for that.

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    Breaking Glass Pictures Acquires French Post-War Drama 'To Life' Out of Berlin

    The film tells the story of three women on a summer seaside holiday reconnecting...and overcoming the trauma of the Holocaust.

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    Berlin Review: Jafar Panahi's 'Taxi' is a Unique Cinematic Masterpiece

    The Iranian filmmaker's third feature produced while technically living under a filmmaking ban provides an original take on the role of video in modern society.

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    Watch: Berlinale Comes to Brooklyn in Exclusive 'Bizarre' Trailer and Poster

    Etienne Faure's dark coming-of-age drama will premiere in the Panorama Section at the 2015 Berlin International Film Festival.

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