'Two Faces of January': Twists, Conflict & Surprise

In The Two Faces of January, Colette is both Greek goddess and femme fatale – just like one of Alfred Hitchcock’s muses.

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'Monuments Men’ Brings Focus to Art's Value to Culture

'The Monuments Men' is a trigger to reveal more about lost and stolen treasures showing valuable cultural aspects that are often forgotten in war.

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Berlinale to Honor Philip Seymour Hoffman, Maximilian Schell

The Berlinale Film Festival honors and remembers the incredible abilities and works of Philip Seymour Hoffman and Maximilian Schell.

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World Cinema Fund Gets Off to a Smashing Start

For the World Cinema Fund (WCF), 2013 proved to be an exceedingly successful year: the WCF-funded film Uroki Garmonii (Harmony Lessons) by Emir Baigazin took home the Silver Bear at the last Berlin

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Meet the Characters: Anderson's The Grand Budapest Hotel (Video)

Meet the cast of characters from Wes Anderson's new film The Grand Budapest Hotel.

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Roman Polanski, Jackie Stewart Revisit 'Champion'

Roman Polanski spent time with world champion driver Sir Jackie Stewart in his attempt to win the Monaco Grand Prix.

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EFP Selects Jury for Europe's Next SHOOTING STARS

The jury will between them select the 2014 SHOOTING STARS, some of the best young actors from across Europe.

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Berlinale Premieres Wes Anderson’s Latest Comedy

Berlin International Film Festival to open at Berlinale with the premiere of Wes Anderson’s The Grand Budapest Hotel.

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Thriving Film Market Based on Berlinale

With over 8,000 participants from 95 countries, selling over 300,000 tickets to Berlinale was overwhelming this year.

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The Broken Circle Breakdown: Two Wins at Berlinale

A film about how a tumultuous yet passionate couple’s love is tested when their little girl faces a serious illness.

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And Taking Home Berlinale Bears in 2013 Are....

Berlinale 2013 has concluded with their closing ceremonies, leaving many satisfied in the world of film.

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Culinary Cinema: Slow Food Story

“Slow Food Story” is a film by Stefano Sardo, with Carlo Petrini & Azio Citi.

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Berlinale 2013 Continues to Pull Crowds

Audiences are curious to experience the different forms of cinema offered at the International Film Festival.

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Two International Premieres Tonight at Berlinale

Acclaimed at Sundance, “Interior.Leather Bar.” and “Circles” both make international premieres at Berlinale tonight.

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Myrna Maakaron for Samsung Smartfilm Award

The public will be able to judge the entries for the Samsung Smartfilm Award at until Feb. 17, 2013.

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Discussion: The Importance of TV Drama Series

International top-class experts will discuss the increasing importance of TV Drama Series.

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