Actor Ethan Hawke attends the 79th Annual New York Film Critics Circle Awards at the Edison Ballroom on Monday, Jan. 6, 2014 in New York. (Photo by Evan Agostini/Invision/AP)
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New movies starring Ethan Hawke, Lea Seydoux and Forest Whitaker will screen at the 64th Berlin film festival next month, along with a host of hard-hitting Asian fare, organisers said Wednesday.Completing its programme for the competition at the 64th annual event, Europe's first major new cinema showcase of the year, the "Berlinale" said 20 pictures would vie for its Golden Bear top prize awarded on February 15 .Along with new features from George Clooney and Wes Anderson already announced, the festival will screen the keenly awaited "Boyhood", the latest collaboration between Hawke and US director Richard Linklater ("Before Midnight").Also starring Patricia Arquette, the film was periodically shot over a decade and tells the story of a young son's relationship with his divorced parents.
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