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Berlinale Heads to Turin

Berlinale Heads to Turin

Eight films from the recent Berlin International Film Festival are headed to Turin for a three-day showcase dubbed “Berlinale a Torino.” The series will kick-off with Ryan Eslinger‘s Berlinale competition title “When A Man Falls in The Forest,” starring Sharon Stone and Timothy Hutton, which will have its North American premiere at SXSW later this month. Also set to screen from the competition section are Li Yu‘s “Lost in Bejing,” and Stefan Ruzowitsky‘s “The Counterfeiters.” Other films set for the showcase are Paolo and Vittorio Taviani‘s “The Lark Farm,” Hal Hartley‘s “Fay Grim,” David Ondricek’s “Grandhotel,” and Uli M. Schueppel‘s “BerlinSong.” The series, to be held at the Cinema Massimo in Piedmont’s capital, will close Jay Anania‘s “Day on Fire.” [Eugene Hernandez]

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