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    What Will Win Best Documentary Short?

    Which one of these nominees will win the big prize on Sunday? Read on.

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    Exclusive Cahiers Du Cinema Reviews in English: Eric Rohmer's 'The Tree, the Mayor, and the Mediatheque'

    One of Rohmer's most atypical works receives a revival screening in New York.

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    Memo to Distributors: Buy These 2015 Berlin International Film Festival Movies

    These eight movies were big hits in Berlin this month -- but they still don't have U.S. distribution. Here are some reasons why that needs to change.

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    Berlin Review: You've Never Seen a Period Movie Quite Like 'Aferim!'

    Romanian director Radu Jude's follow-up to "Everybody in Our Family" is a feudal black comedy about people trapped by the racist temperaments of their time.

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    Review: 'Bosch' Won't Be Amazon's Next 'Transparent'-Level Hit, But It's Better For It

    More conventional than revolutionary, "Bosch" won't make anyone sit up and take notice of Amazon's young originals department, but it's nearly perfect for what it is.

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    Review: Anna Kendrick is the Only Reason to See Earnest Musical 'The Last Five Years'

    Richard LaGravenese's adaptation of the Off-Broadway show is for theater geeks only, but its lead actress is the one who really carries it along.

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    Review: 'Archer' Season 6 Episode 6 'Sitting' Shows King Kong Ain't Got Sh*t on Pam

    "Archer" reached another Season 6 high in "Sitting," proving there's still plenty of life left in the veteran series.

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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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    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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