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    Exclusive: Wes Bentley Takes Target Practice In Clip From 'Things People Do' Premiering At The Berlin Film Festival

    You may not know the name Saar Klein, but you've undoubtedly seen his work. He's the Oscar nominated editor behind Terrence Malick's "The Thin Red Line" and Cameron Crowe's "Almost Famous," who has a notable filmography that also includes "The New World" and "The Bourne Identity." However, he's tran...

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    Watch: Wes Anderson and the Cast of 'The Grand Budapest Hotel' Discuss The Film in Berlin (Live Stream)

    In partnership with the Berlin International Film Festival, Indiewire will be posting live streams of the festival's press conference, starting off with a big one: Wes Anderson and this all-star cast of his "The Grand Budapest Hotel," including Ralph Fiennes, Tony Revolori, Saiorse Ronan, Bill Murra...

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    Berlin Adds Screenings In Memory of Philip Seymour Hoffman and Maximilian Schell

    The Berlin International Film Festival has added special screenings to commemorate the deaths of actors Philip Seymour Hoffman and Maximilian Schell.

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    Berlin: Sony Classics Takes Competition Title 'Aloft'

    Sony Pictures Classics has acquired all US and Latin American rights to Berlin competition title "Aloft."

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    Tom Hiddleston Set to Star in 'Kill List' Director Ben Wheatley's JG Ballard Adaptation

    Svelte stud Tom Hiddleston has been cast in the leading role in Ben Wheatley's upcoming "High-Rise," an adaptation of the 1975 JG Ballard novel from a script by Amy Jump.

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    Exclusive: Poster War Drama '71' Starring Jack O'Connell, Premiering At The Berlin Film Festival Plus Pics & Clip

    While he might not be gracing the cover of magazines just yet, but the time 2014 is over, Jack O'Connell should be. The actor has steadily been earning buzz from his breakout role on "Skins," his appearance in "This Is England" and his star-making turn in the forthcoming prison drama "Starred Up" (r...

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    Exclusive: Feel The Terror In Trailer For 'History Of Fear' Premiering At The Berlin Film Festival

    We may not have known the name Benjamín Naishtat before today, but you can bet it's one we'll keep an eye on. The filmmaker is headed to the Berlin Film Festival with his debut feature film "History Of Fear," and it speaks to its promise that the movie has landed a competition slot. Today, we have t...

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    Exclusive: Watch The Trailer For Animated/Live Action Doc 'Last Hijack' Premiering At The Berlin Film Festival

    Part of the reason why Paul Greengrass' "Captain Phillips" was so effective both as a drama and thriller was that it took the time to humanize the antagonists of the film. Less villains and more the product of the society and circumstances they found themselves in, the pirates who board the ship in ...

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    The 10 Most Anticipated Films Of The 2014 Berlin Film Festival

    This Thursday, just a few scant weeks after Sundance has rolled up its red carpet, we’ll be plunging into Europe’s first major festival. The Berlin Film Festival, aka the Berlinale, has (like everything else) a lower profile than Cannes and perhaps a less glamorous aura than Venice. But, in a way, t...

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    Nancy Buirski's Afternoon of a Faun Explores a Dance Legend

    "Tanaquil Le Clercq is mythic. She is also one of the most mesmerizing figures I have ever seen on screen. Not only was I seduced by her beauty, her elegance, and her genius as a dancer, but the fact that this unique talent was felled by polio was too much to bear."

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