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    "There Will Be Blood" Will Make International Premiere at Berlin Festival

    The Berlin International Film Festival has announced that There Will Be Blood will be making its international premiere as one of the first eight films to be selected for the festival's prestigious Competition program. The festival, the 58th running of which will be held February 7–17, 2008, awarded Anderson's Magnolia its top prize in 2000. For more information, visit berlinale.de.

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"There Will Be Blood" Will Make International Premiere at Berlin Festival

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The Berlin International Film Festival has announced that There Will Be Blood will be making its international premiere as one of the first eight films to be selected for the festival's prestigious Competition program. The festival, the 58th running of which will be held February 7–17, 2008, awarded Anderson's Magnolia its top prize in 2000. 

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The Berlin International Film Festival has announced that There Will Be Blood will be making its international premiere as one of the first eight films to be selected for the festival's prestigious Competition program. The festival, the 58th running of which will be held February 7–17, 2008, awarded Anderson's Magnolia its top prize in 2000. For more information, visit berlinale.de.

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Jonny Greenwood "There Will Be Blood" [cover]

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