De Hadeln screens fave pix at Berlin

Foreman, Liza; Elley, Derek
January 2001
Daily Variety;01/25/2001, Vol. 270 Issue 39, p24
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Reports that outgoing Berlin International Film Festival chief Moritz de Hadeln is set to present 23 of his best-loved motion pictures from the 700 screened in competition during his 22-year tenure as head of the Berlin, Germany, festival in a special sidebar called 'Moritz's Favorites.' Difficulty that de Hadeln had in deciding which films to include in the selection; Examples of some of his choices.


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