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The 64th edition of the Berlin Film Festival will open on February 6 with Wes Anderson's The Grand Budapest Hotel. The festival will feature an homage to British filmmaker Ken Loach, who will receive an honorary Golden Bear. The festival will also feature the world premiere of the restored version of The Cabinet of Dr Cagliari and a retrospective - Aesthetics of Shadow: Lighting Styles 1915-1950 - which will focus on light in film.
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