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Berlin International Film Festival

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    Berlinale 2012: Léa Seydoux On 'Farewell My Queen,' American Filmmaking & The Classic French Cinema She Loves

    French actress Léa Seydoux has been bringing her Gallic brand of beauty and skill to Hollywood films for a few years now. But while she was reportedly on one of the shortlists to play Lisbeth Salander in "The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo" she has yet to lead a U.S.-made film, and ins...

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    BERLIN REVIEW: 'Soldier/Citizen' Gets to the Core of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict With Startling Precision

    BERLIN REVIEW: 'Soldier/Citizen' Gets to the Core of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict With Startling Precision

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    The Jury Speaks: Mike Leigh, Jake Gyllenhaal and Charlotte Gainsbourg on the 2012 Berlinale

    "They're a very well-behaved jury, if I may so," Berlinale jury president Mike Leigh said at a press conference yesterday that kicked off the 62nd edition of the film festival. Leigh is presiding over a impressive group of fellow jury members including filmmakers Francois Ozon, An...

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    BERLIN REVIEW: Alain Gomis' 'Today' Profoundly Captures a Dying Man's Final Day, Then Struggles Along With Him

    BERLIN REVIEW: Alain Gomis' 'Today' Profoundly Captures a Dying Man's Final Day, Then Struggles Along With Him

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    Berlin Opener 'Farewell, My Queen' Picked Up by Cohen Media Group

    Cohen Media Group has acquired this year's Berlin Film Festival opener "Farewell, My Queen," for U.S. distribution. The film, directed by Benoit Jacquot ("Tosca"), takes place over the first days of the French Revolution and is told from the perspective of the servants a...

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    BERLIN REVIEW: Opening Night's 'Farewell My Queen' a Smart, Personal Take on the French Revolution from Benoit Jacquot

    BERLIN REVIEW: Opening Night's 'Farewell My Queen' a Smart, Personal Take on the French Revolution from Benoit Jacquot

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    Berlin 2012 Preview - Moroccan Heist Drama "Death For Sale"

    Titled Death For Sale, this Moroccan drama premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival last fall, and will next screen at the Berlin International Film Festival which gets underway this week in that city; and how I wish I was there ot cover it. Next year :)

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    First Look: Billy Bob Thornton, Robert Duvall, John Hurt, Frances O'Connor & More In 'Jayne Mansfield's Car'

    With a premiere at the Berlin Film Festival imminent, we now have our first look at the huge ensemble cast in Billy Bob Thornton's latest effort behind the camera with post-war family drama "Jayne Mansfield's Car."

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    Berlinale 2012 Review: Restrained Werner Herzog Still Shines In Gripping 'Death Row' Series

    The prologue of each of the four episodes of “Death Row” is the same: a restless camera prowls through the dismal ante-room, holding cell and injection chamber of an unnamed execution facility, while director Werner Herzog tells us in his familiar teutonic monotone that, as a German and ...

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    Film Movement Takes Indie Spirit Nominee 'The Dynamiter' from First-Timer Mathew Gordon

    "The Dynamiter," which debuted at Berlin 2011 and recently received Indie Spirit Award nominations (John Cassavettes Award, Best Cinematography), has been acquired by Film Movement for North American distribution.

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