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    Review: Lars von Trier's 'Nymphomaniac: Volume II'

    In the grim second volume of Lars von Trier's erotic epic "Nymphomaniac," the great Dane dares us once again to sympathize with a morally monstrous antiheroine -- here, in the form of Joe, as played by Charlotte Gainsbourg, who's game for anything and everything for the role. Watch it now on VOD bef...

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    Winter Rights Roundup Now Available!

    Sydney has just finished her Winter Rights Roundup Report which is the only source for buying - selling activity in the recently completed Winter 2014 Markets.

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    Review: Wes Anderson's 'Grand Budapest Hotel' Is Delightful, Delicious and Delovely (CLIP)

    Wes Anderson's "Grand Budapest Hotel" world premiered at the Berlinale and hits theaters Friday, March 7. Here's Anne Thompson's review.

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    SXSW Review: Linklater's 'Boyhood' a Slice of American Pie as We've Never Tasted Before

    Sometimes you want to say, simply, go see this movie, and leave it at that. Richard Linklater's "Boyhood," which debuted at Sundance and won two Berlinale prizes, is such a film. Now headed for SXSW, it's ingenious: Shot over the course of 12 years using the same actors -- Ethan Hawke and Patricia A...

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    Talks in Berlin

    Though the market seemed slow on the surface, the usual sales got made: the larger companies selling almost out, the smaller ones busily speaking with others, selling here and there, worrying if this would get better, worse, or stay the same

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    The Berlinale and EFM from my POV

    You hear it all the time: Quality a bit soft. Not a lot of Big Titles. Not a lot of big news. But Americans were buying all the same, and to quote Screen International: “The current market is focused on smart money and smart deals, not volume of product”.

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    Out of Comp: Should Critics Follow a Festival's Big-Ticket Premieres, or Go Where Their Instincts Take Them?

    In Berlin, a panel of international critics wonder whether they have a responsibility, or a professional need, to see the films festivals want them to see.

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    Discover the Wes Anderson Experience

    Upon this earth there are a few fortunate souls lucky enough to receive a role in a Wes Anderson film. In a series of interviews done round-table style after its recent Berlinale screening, the “Grand Budapest Hotel” cast members together suggested an on-set atmosphere not so different than the char...

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    Berlinale Women Directors: Meet Feo Aladag

    "[I wanted to] break the taboo of telling a story about German soldiers deployed to a war-torn country [Afghanistan. The Third Reich dominates storytelling in German cinema in regards to Germany's soldiers. It seemed time to move beyond the trauma."

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