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Berlin International Film Festival

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    German & Arab Filmmakers at the Heart of Berlinale

    The festive dinner hosted by the Robert Bosch Foundation on Friday, February 6th, witnessed the presence of a slew of filmmakers and cinema professionals and further guests from the 65th Berlin International Film Festival.

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    Berlin Review: Wim Wenders' 'Every Thing Will Be Fine' is a Major Disappointment

    James Franco and Charlotte Gainsbourg star in this unfortunate dud from the German New Wave director.

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    Berlin Reviews: Wim Wenders' 3D 'Every Thing Will Be Fine' Not Quite Fine Enough

    Early word does not bode well for Wenders' 3D drama starring James Franco and Charlotte Gainsbourg.

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    Lionsgate Nearing Mel Gibson's 'Hacksaw Ridge,' Starring Andrew Garfield

    The WWII drama marks Gibson's first directorial effort since 2006's 'Apocalypto.'

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    Review: 'Fifty Shades of Grey' is as Ridiculous as You'd Expect

    The adaptation of E.L. James' salacious novel delivers on the source material -- but that's not exactly a compliment.

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    Berlin Review: Pablo Larraín's 'The Club' is a Bracing Critique of the Catholic Church

    The Chilean director's follow-up to the Oscar-nominated "No" is a fascinating black comedy.

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    Berlin Review: François Delisle's Family Tragedy 'Chorus' Stuns in Black-and-White

    Exquisitely shaded in black-and-white, 'Chorus' dwells in grief's darkest hours, but mesmerizing visuals make for a gorgeous and unexpectedly hopeful Berlinale title.

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