A film that mixes fact and fable to humorously tell the story of two 19th century scientists may not sound like the stuff of 3D film these days. But Teuton filmmakers (think Werner Herzog's "The Cave…
This year's edition of the Berlinale Co-Production Market wrapped on Tuesday afternoon with heavy activity from the 487 participants, a mix of filmmakers and production companies.
If the idea of Soviet entertainment seems a contradiction in terms, that's what this year's Berlinale Retrospective, the Red Dream Factory, is all about.
Studio Babelsberg has outlasted two world wars and several regimes
Paul Wegener's most famous portrayal of "The Golem" in 1920 was actually the remake of his 1914 film, since lost. . .
BERLIN -- Billy Bob Thornton and Angelina Jolie are among the international filmmakers heading to the Berlin Film Festival in February with their directorial works.
While it's the usual trajectory for a TV star to make the leap to movies, it's not often the case to find a major movie star stepping to the smallscreen.
On the surface, a film described as a political thriller about 9/11 seems like a strange production choice for a company that presents itself as a supplier of nature, science and history programming.
Lars von Trier's end-of-the-world drama "Melancholia" nabbed the best film prize at the European Film Awards, which took place Saturday in Berlin.
An injunction filed by Germany's Constantin Film against YouTube demanding information as to the identity of a user who uploaded a significant portion of its hit tooner "Werner -- eiskalt!" was…
Paul W.S. Anderson sees The Three Musketeers as the perfect brand, a classic on which each generation gets to produce its own new take