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    Kino Lorber Acquires U.S. Rights to Berlin Award Winner ‘There Is No Evil’

    Kino Lorber acquires U.S. distribution rights to “There Is No Evil,” from Iranian filmmaker Mohammad Rasoulof. Awarded the Golden Bear at the Berlin Film Festival, the anthology film follows four men who must decide to carry out death penalty orders. Kino Lorber is releasing the film theatrically in the fall with a VOD release to […] More

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    WATCH: Hypnotic First Trailer for ‘Siberia’ With Willem Dafoe

    Ahead of its premiere at the Berlin Film Festival on Feb. 24, the first trailer for Abel Ferrara’s hypnotic “Siberia” has been released as first shared by IndieWire, with Academy Award nominee Willem Dafoe (“At Eternity’s Gate”) collaborating with the veteran independent filmmaker for the seventh time. The film is currently seeking U.S. distribution, with […] More

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    WATCH: Trailer for ‘The Roads Not Taken’ Starring Javier Bardem

    Bleecker Street have revealed the trailer for their latest feature “The Roads Not Taken,” which stars Academy Award winner Javier Bardem (“No Country For Old Men”) and is set to have its World Premiere at the Berlin Film Festival this month. The film is the latest for the distribution company, who have already released “The […] More

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    Berlin Film Festival Announces Competition Jury

    Last week, Berlin Film Festival announced its full line-up for the 2020 edition of the festival, which included Disney Pixar’s “Onward.” Today, as per The Hollywood Reporter, the festival unveiled the six men and women that would be joining Academy Award winner Jeremy Irons (“Reversal of Fortune”), who himself was announced last month as Jury […] More

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    Berlin Film Festival Announces Line-up, Includes Pixar’s ‘Onward’

    Today, the Berlin Film Festival revealed the collection of films that will be screening both in competition and out of competition at this year’s festival. It will mark the 70th year of the event. The most notable news coming from the festival is that Disney Pixar’s latest “Onward” will have its World Premiere, screening out […] More

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    Berlinale Film Festival: Adina Pintilie’s ‘Touch Me Not’ Wins Golden Bear, Best First Feature Award

    The 2018 Berlinale Film Festival, which has been running since Feb. 15, is drawing to a close with awards news trickling in from Germany on Saturday. Adina Pintilie’s “Touch Me Not” received the Golden Bear for Best Film, a surprise win that took the Romanian director off guard. The film, which is also Pintilie’s directorial debut, explores […] More

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    EXCLUSIVE: Travis Mathews and Jonny Mars Discuss ‘Discreet’ – See it at SFFilm Festival!

    2017 Berlin International Film Festival: Auteur Travis Mathews’ (“Interior. Leather Bar”) latest directorial effort, “Discreet,” is making its U.S. debut at the San Francisco International Film Festival (SFIFF) on April 8. During my Berlinale coverage for Awards Circuit, I had the chance to sit down with Mathews and the film’s star, Jonny Mars, who starred […] More

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    EXCLUSIVE: Director Bruce McDonald Talks Influences, Pop Culture, the Canadian Film Scene, Music and His New Film, ‘Weirdos’

    2017 Berlin International Film Festival: Director Bruce McDonald has been one of the most prominent indie voices in Canadian cinema for the past three decades. He is known for his love for pop culture and aptitude for cheekiness in his films. His filmography spans far and wide, covering a plethora of diverse genres and themes. […] More

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    EXCLUSIVE: Mike Ott and Cory Zacharia Discuss ‘California Dreams’ – See it at SXSW!

    2017 Berlin Critics’ Week: The ambitious docufiction, “California Dreams,” which is already garnering critical praise, debuted in Berlin. I had a chance to interview director Mike Ott and the film’s star, Cory Zacharia, who, essentially, played himself in the film. We discussed where the documentary ended and the fiction began, Ott’s influence for this idea, […] More

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