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    George Clooney's 'Monuments Men' Heads To Berlin Film Festival For International Premiere

    While it won't be in the Oscar race this year, that doesn't mean "Monuments Men" won't be getting the red carpet treatment. George Clooney's latest writer/starring/directing vehicle is headed to the Berlin International Film Festival where the star-studded, true story tale a ragtag bunch of American...

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    Wes Anderson's 'Budapest Hotel' Will Open The 2014 Berlin Film Festival

    Wes Anderson’s highly anticipated "The Grand Budapest Hotel" will open the 2014 Berlin International Film Festival, it was announced today. On February 6th at the Berlinale Palast, the film will have its world premiere.

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    Wes Anderson's 'The Grand Budapest Hotel' Will Open 2014 Berlin Film Festival

    While many of our colleagues number it among their favorite destinations in the calendar, the Berlin International Film Festival has sometimes struggled to compete against principal rivals Cannes and Venice, at least in terms of how high-profile its big movies have been. It's been the discovery poi...

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    Producers of Child's Pose Next Project: Max Blecher Novel Scarred Hearts

    The Romanian-Jewish author Max Blecher whose book Scarred Hearts is being made into a film will see successful producer of 'Child's Pose', Ada Solomon, teaming up once again with director Radu Jude.

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    Film Festivals Take A Giant Step Forward In Organizing

    At the recent New York IFP Meetings in mid September Just after TIFF, I attended a day devoted to an initiative called the IFP Festival Forum.This nascent professional association of film festivals has been convening at IFP’s independent Film Week and the Sundance Film Festival for a couple ...

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    Review: Matt Porterfield’s Empathetic, Observational ‘I Used To Be Darker’

    In between the big events that mark our lives—the births, the deaths, the falling-in-loves, the breaking-ups, the runnings-away, the reconciliations—there often exists a kind of pause moment. And it’s one such moment that Matt Porterfield’s Sundance-approved third feature, “I Used to be Darker,” dea...

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    Watch: Award-Winning Bluegrass Love Story 'Broken Circle Breakdown' Gets a Moving Trailer

    Sweeping awards in categories at both the Tribeca and Berlin film festivals, "The Broken Circle Breakdown" has its first trailer courtesy of Tribeca Film. Director Felix van Groeningen's fourth feature won Best Screenplay and Best Actress at Tribeca after snagging the Audience Award from the Berlin ...

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    Rosie Wong's industry office helps Sundance continue to serve a broad and ever growing community

    Rosie graduated film school and worked briefly with a small film production company for 3 years where she learned the basics of creative and commerce on the studio side and TV side of the business. Big studio fare was not exactly the kind of films she favored, and she wanted to be involve...

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    Review and Roundup: Finger-Clenching Thriller 'A Single Shot' Stars Sam Rockwell, Kelly Reilly, William H. Macy

    A dark, tightly wound backwoods thriller with a twist, "A Single Shot" premiered earlier this year at the Berlinale, and hits theaters September 20. It features uniformly fine performances by a cast including Sam Rockwell, Kelly Reilly, Jeffrey Wright and William H. Macy.

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    Raphael Berdugo of Cite Films, Paris - France's Most Prolific Distributor?

    Raphael Berdugo is a very busy guy. His acquired and produced films, sold by his sales agent brand Cite Films are successful, of the highest quality and widely honored. He does his own sales and attends the Markets at Festivals such as Cannes, TIFF Toronto and Berlin.

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