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    February's 6 Must-See Indie Films

    Not going to the Berlin Film Festival? Well, there's plenty of fantastic cinema from around the world about to hit US theaters this month, which should more than make up for that. From India to Palestine, Quebec to Japan, check out Indiewire's very world cinema-minded picks for February 2014's best

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    Exclusive: Museum of the Moving Image Locks Down Lineup for 3rd First Look Showcase

    Indiewire has an exclusive first look at...First Look, the Museum of the Moving Image's annual showcase for inventive new international cinema that runs on weekends from Jan. 10-19. This year's program is comprised of 16 films from 10 countries.

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    Que(e)ries: Why 2013 Has Been a Pretty Harsh Year For Cinematic Same-Sex Couples

    The privileged part of this world where lesbians and gays can increasingly decide whether or not to put a ring on it gave us a rather remarkable output of queer cinema this year. But there were certainly no same-sex weddings up on those screens. Quite the opposite, actually.

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    Critics Rank the Best Films and Performances From the 2013 Berlin International Film Festival

    Paulina García and "Gloria" fared well in our poll of the best of Berlinale, but there was plenty of praise to spread around to new competition films and those that debuted elsewhere.

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    Berlin Review: Denis Côté's 'Vic and Flo Saw a Bear' Is Another Tantalizing Enigma From the Canadian Filmmaker

    Montreal-based filmmaker Denis Côté's work is always both cryptic and heavy with meaning, but his latest narrative feature "Vic and Flo Saw a Bear" stands out because at first it seems deceptively simple. From the purely avant garde "Bestiare" to the restrained father-and-daughter portrait "Curling,...

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