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Berlinale's diversity favours documentaries

The theme of diversity has been one of the most defining elements of this year's Berlinale, but it is the documentaries, rather than feature films, that seem to have made the biggest impression. Apart from Monster's Ball and 8 Femmes, the busiest sales agents are likely to be those handling documentaries such as Uncle Frank, Lost In La Mancha, animal doc Travelling Birds and Mika Kaurismaki's Moro No Brazil.

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