The Berlinale's Perspektive Deutsches Kino German film sidebar has completed its lineup, with one theme shared by several works: the challenges faced by children and teens on the streets of German…
The Intl. Forum of New Cinema, the Berlinale's avant garde and experimental sidebar, has unveiled this year's program, which includes screeners from 29 countries, including 25 world premieres and 15…
The Berlin Film Festival will screen a number of restored classics as part of this year's Retrospective and Homage sections, including two films long thought lost.
The upcoming European Film Market in Berlin is expecting record numbers as the global film industry mobilizes for the first major film bazaar of the year.
A German court has upheld a lower court's decision against a Munich firm's online video recorder, which it rented to users to record TV programs through the Internet.
German media giant Bertelsmann is expected to name its chief exec designate by Friday, although the topper may not take the helm until the end of the year.
A digitally restored version of Rainer Werner Fassbinder's "Berlin Alexanderplatz" will screen as part of this year's Berlinale Special section.
Germany's biggest cabler operator Kabel Deutschland is boosting its pay-per-view service with a slew of box office hits from 20th Century Fox, including "Walk the Line," "X-Men 2" and "Ice Age: The…
Clint Eastwood's "Letters From Iwo Jima" and Berlinale international jury head Paul Schrader's "The Walker," starring Woody Harrelson as an aging male escort, are among eight titles added to the…
Germany is rebuilding the Wall in an ambitious TV production that weaves global modern-day concerns such as terrorism, rising oil prices and Middle East politics with pertinent local issues…