Bruno Dumont's 'Camille Claudel 1915,' 'Side Effects,' 'Necessary Death Of Charlie Countryman' Added To Berlin Line-Up

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We're barely two weeks into January, and the movie festival season is upon us. The Sundance Film Festival kicks off next and the Berlin Film Festival will get underway shortly after. While it has always been a fest to keep an eye on, this year in particular its bringing some serious heat, with jury president Wong Kar-Wai unspooling his martial arts epic "The Grandmaster" in its international premiere. Even better, the competition lineup has now added some serious contenders. New films by Bruno Dumont, Steven Soderbergh, Danis Tanovic and newcomer Fredrik Bond will be angling for some prizes in the competition lineup. Let's take a quick run through them in order: first up is "Camille Claudel, 1915," which teams the French filmmaker with Juliette Binoche to tackle the tale of the famed sculptor and schizophrenic. It's one we had pegged for Cannes, but it looks like we're getting it sooner. Meanwhile,
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