Refusing to let up from his battle with Deutsche Bank, onetime media mogul Leo Kirch is demanding e1.4 billion ($1.8 billion) in damages from the group for its role in the financial collapse of his…
One of Germany's biggest exhibs is threatening to knock "Rocky Balboa" out its lineup due to a spat with Twentieth Century Fox over the March 19 DVD release of fantasy film "Eragon" -- just three…
German kidvidder EM.Entertainment has inked a slew of licensing deals in France and Eastern Europe.
German media giant Bertelsmann has appointed Hartmut Ostrowski as the media giant's designated chief exec to replace current topper Gunter Thielen next year.
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.