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  • Berlin: Buyers Check Into Moland's 'In Order Of Disappearance'

    BERLIN- A raft of buyers have checked into Hans Petter Moland's Berlin competition contender "In Order Of Disappearance." Sold by TrustNordisk, "Disappearance" has been acquired for France and Andorra (Chrysalis Films), Benelux (Wildbunch), Turkey and...
  • Berlin: Bollywod Distrib Eros to Release 'English Vinglish' in South Korea

    Bollywood distributor Eros Intl. is to give a 150-screen release in South Korea to its 2012 comedy "English Vinglish." The self-distribution move points to a growing penetration of international, and East Asian markets in particular, by Indian movies....
  • Tilda Swinton's sandals, Bill Murray's hat: 'Grand Budapest Hotel'

    Tilda Swinton's sandals, Bill Murray's hat: 'Grand Budapest Hotel'
    Tilda Swinton, as usual, made a strong fashion impression, with flat, feathered sandals and a tuxedo with a ruffle at the opening of the Berlin International Film Festival. "The Grand Budapest Hotel," in which Swinton stars along with Bill Murray,...
  • ‘RoboCop’: Joel Kinnaman, José Padilha get political with sci-fi reboot

     
    Early on a recent evening on the edge of Beverly Hills, Brazilian filmmaker José Padilha was breaking into song. Seated […]...
  • Berlin Film Review: 'Jack'

    The burden of having a child for a mother weighs heavily on "Jack," an affecting but unsurprising slice of German social realism that takes significantly fewer chances than its scrappy eponymous protagonist. This third feature from NYU-schooled, Berlin-...
  • Berlin Film Review: 'The Great Museum'

    One of the world's great art museums gets an observational docu nearly as all-enveloping and elegant as the establishment itself: Johannes Holzhausen's "The Great Museum" treats Vienna's Kunsthistorisches Museum with informed reverence, following curators...
  • 'The Fast And The Furious' Rob Cohen Takes 'Risk'

    "The Fast And The Furious" helmer Rob Cohen is set to direct action heist thriller "Risk." Pic is penned by Eric Harlacher and produced by Adrian Politowski and Karl Richards at Umedia and Tim Kwok, Ksana Golod and George Parra, whose producing credits...
  • Berlin Film Review: ''71'

    The Troubles have rarely been more troubling onscreen than they are in "'71," a vivid, shivery survival thriller that turns the red-brick residential streets of Belfast into a war zone of unconscionable peril. Wringing every sweat-bead of tension from its...
  • Wes Anderson Talks About His 'Grand' Influences

    How do you get to the Grand Budapest Hotel? To be sure you will not find it on Trip Advisor, or on any maps of the region. Ditto the kingdom of Zubrowka, within whose borders it purportedly lies. But if you first travel to that beleaguered republic of...
  • Austrian Cinema: Diverse Dozen Thrive in Berlin's Lineup

    Austrian cinema looks set to make another big splash at this year's Berlin Film Festival. The diverse lineup is certain to springboard to fests around the globe, where Austrian film continues to represent an increasingly broad range of up-and-coming...
  • Austria's Up-Tempo Allegro Plays With Genres

    One of Austria's most active production companies, Vienna-based Allegro Film, has enjoyed a hit streak in recent years with its ever-diverse lineups and 2014 promises even more. Andreas Prochaska's Alpine Western "The Dark Valley," a co-production with...
  • Berlin International Film Festival a showcase for everyday film lover

     Berlin International Film Festival a showcase for everyday film lover
    BERLIN — They stood an hour or more in four long lines, inching toward the ticket counters with agonizing slowness. This being Germany, they were orderly and polite. And this being the Berlin International Film Festival, they didn't mind the wait....