#MeToo controversy dominates Berlin filmfest opening

  Stars and activists seized on the opening of the Berlin film festival Thursday to spotlight the #MeToo movement, expressing hope that rampant sexual abuse in the global entertainment industry can be stopped. The 11-day event, Europe's first major cinema showcase of the year, kicked off with the warmly-received world premiere of acclaimed US director Wes Anderson's new animated feature "Isle of Dogs". Actors Bryan Cranston, Jeff Goldblum and Bill Murray, who voice the pack of pooches in the movie, told AFP that the time had come to revolutionize the approach to sex and power. "I look at it as a great thing that the pillars of misogyny are falling," Cranston said, ex...Keep on reading: #MeToo controversy dominates Berlin filmfest opening

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