George Clooney, centre left, will attend the Berlinale to present "The Monuments Men,” about a team of art experts who fought to protect precious artworks from the Nazis during World War II.
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New movies from Wes Anderson and Richard Linklater are set to go head-to-head with upstarts from Europe, China and Latin America for the Golden Bear, the top prize at the Berlin International Film Festival, which opens Thursday.The sprawling festival will screen more than 400 films in cinemas across the snowy German capital, and many of the hottest tickets are for movies outside the main competition.The film also stars Matt Damon, Bill Murray and Cate Blanchett.Linklater, who brought his now Oscar-nominated "Before Midnight" to Berlin last year, will show "Boyhood," made over more than a decade and starring frequent collaborator Ethan Hawke as well as Patricia Arquette.The drama "History of Fear," set in a gated community in the suburbs of Buenos Aires, is director Benjamin Naishtat's first feature.Llosa captured the Golden Bear in 2009 for her harrowing drama "The Milk of Sorrow".
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