The festival will open with a projection of the Coen brothers' "Hail, Caesar!" starring George Clooney. Courtesy of the Berlinale
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New movies starring Colin Firth, Nicole Kidman and Kirsten Dunst will compete for the top honors at this year's Berlin International Film Festival with offerings from Iran, Tunisia, the Philippines and elsewhere.The first of the year's major European film festivals, the Berlinale, now in its 66th edition, will have 18 films in contention for the Golden Bear.Kosslick announced a special Berlin Camera prize for U.S. actor and director Tim Robbins, who will be honored with a screening of his 1995 drama "Dead Man Walking".British actor Alan Rickman will be commemorated with a presentation of Ang Lee's 1995 drama "Sense and Sensibility". Italian director Ettore Scola's 1983 film "Le Bal" will be shown.
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