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  • Berlin Film Review: 'Brides'

    A strong sense of atmosphere fails to compensate for an undernourished narrative in "Brides," a naturalistic observational drama too vague in its details to engender a more powerful rooting interest in its characters. Georgian helmer Tinatan Kajrishvili's...
  • The Best of the 2014 Berlin Film Festival

    SCOTT FOUNDAS: Well, Peter, another film festival draws to a close. It seems we were only just at Sundance, and now Berlin is but a memory. Time goes by so quickly...why, it's almost like being one of the characters in Richard Linklater's widely admired...
  • Berlin Golden Bear Goes to China's 'Black Coal, Thin Ice,' Jury Prize to 'Grand Budapest Hotel'

    BERLIN -- Diao Yinan's Chinese noir drama "Black Coal, Thin Ice" won the Berlinale's Golden Bear on Saturday. In what has been a seeming tradition in recent years, the festival jury, headed this year by James Schamus, spread the goods far and wide,...
  • Berlin: Crystal Bears Go to '52 Tuesdays,' 'Killa'

    LONDON -- Australian film "52 Tuesdays," helmed by Sophie Hyde, won the Crystal Bear for a film in the Berlin Film Festival's Generation 14plus section, which covers pics about young people. The Crystal Bear for a pic in the Generation Kplus section,...
  • Review: 'Gloria's' portrait of older singles brims with authenticity

    Review: 'Gloria's' portrait of older singles brims with authenticity
    There is a naturalistic charm to the truth-telling going on in "Gloria," Chilean director Sebastian Lelio's near-perfect film about the very imperfect world of a divorced woman of a certain age. Starring the incomparable Paulina Garcia in every scene...
  • Berlin Film Review: 'If You Don't, I Will'

    Breaking up is hard to do, yet entirely pleasurable to watch, in "If You Don't, I Will," an effortless fifth feature from writer-helmer Sophie Fillieres that goes down with the mildly spiked smoothness of a chilled chenin blanc -- or, to reference its...
  • Berlin: 'Blind' Named Best European Film in Panorama Section

    LONDON -- Norwegian/Dutch co-production "Blind," directed by Eskil Vogt, has won the Europa Cinemas Label as best European film in the Berlin Film Festival's Panorama section, it was announced Friday by a jury of four exhibitors from the network. "Blind,...
  • Berlin: Sony Pictures Classics Closes Deal On Zhang Yimou's 'Coming Home'

    BERLIN -- Critically acclaimed Chinese helmer-producer Zhang Yimou has lured back Sony Pictures Classics, his longtime North American distributor, with the Gong Li starrer "Coming Home." Sold by Wild Bunch,"Coming Home" marks Sony Pictures Classics' 12th...
  • Berlin Film Review: 'Aloft'

    Claudia Llosa expands her preoccupations with mysticism and superstition in the modern world, working her way up from a medieval-minded Andean village in "Madeinusa" to faith healing at the frigid far reaches of the Arctic Circle with "Aloft." But this...
  • Kenny 'Babyface' Edmonds is engaged to longtime girlfriend

    Kenny 'Babyface' Edmonds is engaged to longtime girlfriend
    Kenny "Babyface" Edmonds is getting married again! The R&B icon is engaged to longtime girlfriend Nicole Pantenburg. The "When Can I See You Again" singer popped the question to Pantenburg after seven years together, Edmonds' rep confirmed to The...
  • Venice Fest's Separate Venice Days Section Gets Competitve With Cash Prize

    The Venice Film Festival's independently run Venice Days section is celebrating its first ten years with a Euros 20,000 ($27,000) cash prize to be awarded at it's 11th edition Aug. 27-September 6. The parallel Venice event, modelled on the Cannes...
  • TrustNordisk Inks More Deals On Berlinale Competition Player 'In Order Of Disappearance'

    Scandi sales outfit TrustNordisk has closed further deals on Hans Petter Moland's "In Order of Disappearance" following its Feb.10 unspooling in competition at the Berlinale. New deals were closed for Italy (Teodora Film), Switzerland (Xenix...