Berlin Film Festival 2013: News, reviews and more

From big-name titles like Wong Kar-wai's The Grandmaster to works from tomorrow's world-cinema heavyweights, our man in Berlin Stephen Garrett weighs in the latest movie reviews and news at this year's Berlin Film Festival.



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Berlin Film Festival: Tony Leung, center, in The Grandmaster

Berlin Film Festival: Tony Leung, center, in The Grandmaster

Berlin Film Festival movie reviews

The Grandmaster

Wong Kar-wai's long-awaited movie on Bruce Lee's martial-arts mentor is finally unveiled.

Paradise: Hope and In the Name Of

Love means always having to say you're sorry in two competition entries.

Gold, A Long and Happy Life and A Single Shot

Money makes the world go round in several fest dramas.


The festival delivers its first across-the-board hit.

Before Midnight and Upstream Color

Two Sundance stand-outs wow Berlin festgoers as well.

The Nun, Camille Claudel 1915 and more

French-language films bring a vive-le-différence sensibility to Berlin.

Closed Curtain, Child's Pose and more

The fest bows out with some politically charged competition winners.

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