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    European Film Market 2014 Set to Go / New Initiative and New Venue

    The 64th Berlin International Film Festival European Film Market (EFM) is set to go for 2014, with exhibit spaces fully booked at Martin-Gropius-Bau and the Marriott Hotel on Potsdamer Platz.

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    Interview with Nadia Dresti

    Locarno International Film Festival's Nadia Dresti is Interviewed by Susan Kouguell

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    US in Progress Celebrates Its Second Year at the Champs Elysees Film Festival

    US in Progress is a joint initiative between the American Film Festival in Wroclaw, Poland, the Champs-Elysées Film Festival in Paris and Black Rabbit Film. It is the first and only professional event dedicated to the independent American cinema which happens twice a year – during each festival.

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    Minister Greenlights Flanders Distribution Grant

    Flemish Cultural Affairs Minister Joke Schauvliege has greenlit the Flanders Distribution Grant, a new initiative aimed at boosting Flemish productions which are being released theatrically abroad.

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    Berlin Notes #1

    The Berlinale is an A-festival, founded in 1951 at the height of the Cold War. It accredits about 20,000 industry visitors and about 4,000 journalists each year with a total of 130 countries. It is one of the largest public festivals, selling about 300,000 tickets. The actual figure is 303,077 up...

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    Norwegian Action-Adventure 'Ragnarok' Acquired by Magnolia

    U.S. distribution rights to the Norwegian action-adventure film "Ragnarok" have been acquired by Magnolia, the company announced earlier today. The deal was concluded during the European Film Market in Berlin, and was based on a three-minute promotional video shown during the event.

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