Pubcaster ZDF's lavish World War II mini "Dresden" and commercial channel Sat.1's postwar drama "The Airlift" are among nominees for German TV movie.
EM.Entertainment, the children's content subsid of licensing group EM.TV, has named Martin Stopper to the new post of business affairs.
Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment has inked to distribute Cologne-based Splendid Film's library on DVD in Belgium, Luxembourg and the Netherlands from November.
RTL Group has named Elmar Heggen chief financial officer following the resignation of Ignace Van Meenen.
Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck's hard-hitting feature debut "The Lives of Others," about East Germany's dreaded Stasi and its terrifying system of domestic spying, has been selected as Germany's…
Investment group Orion Cable has acquired German cable company Tele Columbus from regional cable operator Unity Media. Deal follows Orion's 27% acquisition of cable operator Primacom from Liberty…
Chris Kraus' "Four Minutes" (Vier Minuten), about an elderly piano teacher who trains a talented young convict at a women's penitentiary, has seen brisk business following its screening at the…
Seeking to cut its debt following a buyback of company shares, Bertelsmann has issued two Eurobonds with a combined volume of Euros 1.5 billion ($1.9 billion).
"Perfume: The Story of a Murderer" looks set to become this year's most successful German film after attracting 1.04 million moviegoers in its first four days of release, according to initial exhib…
American series continue to proliferate on German primetime skeds, but locally produced skeins have yet to be pushed aside entirley. Here's a look at the Teutonic webs' programming slates heading…
The proliferating digital possibilities on Germany's advanced cable, satellite and high-speed Internet services are providing a fertile testing ground for Hollywood majors.
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