If that name seems to ring a bell, it should. Berlin-born Anna Maria Muehe's parents were both thesps: her mother is East German Jenny Groellmann, and her father, Ulrich Muehe, is best known…
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Tomas Alfredson gained international attention with his 2008 vampire pic "Let the Right One In" and for "Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy" his English-language debut that has made some $11 million in the…
Gotham filmmaker Mary Harron journeys to the Lido this week with her fourth feature, an adaptation of Rachel Klein's 2002 bestseller "The Moth Diaries," which preems out of competition today in…
Toronto serves as a key showcase for Euro cinema. Here is a sample seeking distribs:
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European Film Promotion once again spotlights 10 talented actors from across the Continent, as chosen by a jury, ready for their Berlin closeups
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The Toronto Intl. Film Festival will unspool more than 240 films, several of them foreign-language pics. Here are a few titles from the continent
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