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Iranian Government Blasts Berlinale For Panahi Win

An Iranian official took aim at the Berlin International Film Festival for giving a prize to dissident filmmaker Jafar Panahi's Closed Curtain at the events recent awards ceremony. The film screened at the festival "illegally."

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Romanian Film Wins Top Prize In Berlin

The best picture prize at the Berlinale went to Romanian family drama Child's Pose as the film's producer seized the spotlight to call for more support of internation art house cinema.

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“The Canyons” Is Coming to Lincoln Center

Paul Schrader's provocative, crowd-funded film, which stars Lindsay Lohan and adult film star James Deen, is coming to the Film Society, timed to a day-and-date release of the buzzed-about project.

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Fun With Oscar, Magnolia in Bed with Lars von Trier

Test your Oscar knowledge with a commemorative poster celebrating the 85-year history of the Academy Awards, then catch up on film news: Magnolia Pictures to distribute Nymphomaniac, clips and interviews to whet your appetite for the release of Abbas Kiarostami's Like Someone In Love, and more!

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Festival Diary: “Gloria” In Excelsis Deo

France's The Nun and Chile's Gloria won praise in Berlin on Sunday, while footage from Lars von Trier's Nymphomaniac was screened for a select crowd of buyers and Canada's Vic + Flo ont vu un ours took its bow as the country held its annual party at its embassy.

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Festival Diary: The Shot Heard Round Berlin

Friday's screening of David M. Rosenthal's A Single Shot had Berlinale insiders buzzing, while Saturday's premieres included two European standouts that took inspiration (of sorts) from American Westerns: Boris Khlebnikov's A Long Happy Life and Thomas Arslan's Gold starring Nina Hoss.

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Festival Diary: Fracking, Porn, and Teen Diet Camps Hit Berlin image

Festival Diary: Fracking, Porn, and Teen Diet Camps Hit Berlin

Joseph Gordon Levitt charmed audiences with his directorial debut Don Jon's Addiction starring Scarlett Johansson, while non-stars and improvisation ruled the day in Austrian director Ulrich Seidl's trilogy finale Paradise: Hope at the Berlinale on Friday.

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The Fate of “The Grandmaster”, Trailerpalooza

The Weinstein Company picks up Wong Kar-Wai's The Grandmaster after its World Premiere in Berlin, SXSW's shorts and Midnighters lineup announced, and a whole mess of new trailers in our FilmLinc Digest.

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Festival Diary: Wong Kar-Wai Unleashes “The Grandmaster” in Berlin image

Festival Diary: Wong Kar-Wai Unleashes “The Grandmaster” in Berlin

The director discussed his highly anticipated new kung fu film, which will open the 63rd Berlin International Film Festival tonight, at a press conference alongside stars Tony Leung and Zhang Ziyi. Wong is also serving as the jury president at this year's festival.

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“Matterhorn,” “Wadjda” and Three New Films Win Top Prizes in Rotterdam image

“Matterhorn,” “Wadjda” and Three New Films Win Top Prizes in Rotterdam

Mira Fornay's My Dog Killer, Daniel Hoesl's Soldier Jane, and Mohammad Shirvani's Fat Shaker received Rotterdam's Hivos Tiger Awards, honoring first or second time filmmakers, while Dutch and Saudi features prevailed in other categories.

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