Gerhard Zeiler, CEO of pan-European TV giant RTL, claimed last year was the group's best ever, as he unveiled full-year results for 2007 on Wednesday.
German TV giant ProSiebenSat.1 reported on Tuesday net profits fell 63% to Euros 89.4 million ($136 million) in 2007, from Euros 240.7 million ($366 million) in 2006.
Roman Polanski's "Dance of the Vampires" is doing what the tuner's Broadway incarnation failed to do four years ago: It's pulling in sizeable auds here.
Friday was girls' night at the Berlinale Teddy awards for gay pics, with best film going to Zero Chou for "Ci-Qing" (Spider Lilies), about a girl coming out in the age of the Internet. Doc award went…
This year's Berlinale Retrospective, "City Girls", is a look at the portrayal of woman in the silent era of the teens and 20s and marks the first year of Rainer Rother as director of the Retro…
Tonight's Retro screening of "Hamlet," starring silent star Asta Nielsen, is a feminine take on the melancholy Dane.
The Berlinale's practically over: You're tired and blearyeyed -- so what do you do now? First of all, forget the buffet breakfast at the hotel. Instead, take a trip to nearby Nollendorfplatz and have…
What could be more appropriate than a Golden Bear for lifetime achievement to someone who's been making films for as long as the Berlinale's existed? Though Andrzej Wajda, who picked up his award…
Alain Delon was once asked about a decade ago why it was that movie stars no longer have the glamour that they used to. He shrugged his shoulders and replied, "Well, maybe it's that the world just…
Nailing down a Berlinale section head in the middle of the festival is not an easy task, but when you do, it's not at all hard to get them to tell you about their program.
President Truman once said that "the only new thing new in the world is the history you don't know," and this year's third Selling Democracy program at Berlin ends with more "new" history unearthed…