The Berlinale will open February 15 with the world premiere of Wes Anderson's animated feature "Isle of Dogs.”
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This month's Berlin film festival, Europe's first major cinema showcase in the wake of the Harvey Weinstein revelations, will spotlight sexual misconduct in the industry.Kosslick added that four of the 19 films in competition for the Golden Bear, the festival's top prize, were directed by women.In 2017 Hungary's "On Body and Soul" won the festival's Golden Bear and has since been nominated for the Academy's best foreign language film Oscar. Wolverine franchise capper "Logan" and Chilean transgender drama "A Fantastic Woman," which also premiered at last year's Berlinale, are also in contention for Oscars next month.
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