The chief of German paybox Premier is ready to compromise with its insolvent former sister division Kirch Media over a disputed E36 million ($42 million) loan.
Jan Mojto is on a roll. Not only did he manage to escape Kirch Media in the nick of time, he's also developed a Midas touch when it comes to producing projects.
The second season of RTL Television's "Pop Idol" format "Deutschland sucht den Superstar" is still pulling in auds despite a deluge of casting-show clones.
International sales of Margarethe von Trotta's Holocaust drama "Rosenstrasse" have been brisk since its local release last month.
Haim Saban issued a sugarcoated threat to Germany's license fee-rich pubcasters on Wednesday.
Next year's Berlin Film Festival will introduce a co-production market and a talent project mart.
German pay TV platform Premiere continued to narrow its losses in the third quarter, with its net deficit down 70% to E25.4 million ($29.57 million), the company reported Monday.
If you can't beat 'em, join 'em. That was the feeling permeating industry summit "European Union Expansion and the Film Industry: Challenges and Opportunities of EU Expansion into Eastern Europe,"…
The investigation against former Teutonic media mogul Leo Kirch and his former deputy CEO Dieter Hahn has intensified after tax authorities joined prosecutors probing suspected breaches of trust…
"Soraya," a lavish German-Italian miniseries about the wife of the last Iranian shah, was a ratings winner on Italy's RAI 1 this month. But German viewers will have to wait until Oliver Stone's pic…
Despite new laws that will make their operation more difficult, two German film funds backing Hollywood TV and film productions, including NBC's "Law & Order" skeins, will be hitting the market.