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On Body and Soul – Review

When the publicity tells you that a film is set in an abattoir, you might expect a horror film or at least a grittily realistic drama. 400 more words

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Oscars: Hungary Hugs Berlin Winner 'On Body And Soul' As Foreign Language Entry

Country submissions for the Foreign Language Oscar race are coming fast as the cutoff date approaches in a few weeks’ time. Today, Hungary selected the Berlin Film Festival’s Golden Bear winner… 272 more words

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A Look into Rajkumar Rao's Next: Newton

Disclaimer: This post will discuss the movie ‘Newton’ and the fanfare that it has already generated. The official trailer of the film was released yesterday, and if you haven’t watched it yet, then  249 more words

Newton

Berlin Film Festival's Wieland Speck Takes on New Role

Longtime Panorama section chief Wieland Speck is set to take on a new role at the Berlin Film Festival, as consultant on the fest’s official program. 168 more words

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Out of My Hand - Berlinale review

Originally published in The Upcoming as part of the Berlinale 2015 coverage.

Out of My Hand is the second foreign production narrative film ever shot in Liberia, and it gives us an exclusive glimpse into the everyday lives of the plantation workers living there.  336 more words

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Film Review: 'I Dream in Another Language'

At the outset of Mexican director Ernesto Contreras’ entrancing fourth feature, “I Dream in Another Language,” the fate of an indigenous language hangs in the balance: Only two living souls — once the closest of friends, now bitter rivals — still speak Zikril, which could easily die with them. 714 more words

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The first night - Outfest 2017

By Valerie Milano

Los Angeles, CA (The Hollywood Times) 7/7/17 – Last evening I attended the opening night film at Outfest – GOD’S OWN COUNTRY (U.K., 2017).   213 more words

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