Volker Schlondorff will be tackling the plight of Catholic priests during the Holocaust in "Der neunte Tag" (The Ninth Day).
Leading Teutonic web RTL swept the German TV awards Saturday, winning nine of the 26 prizes.
Swiss cable provider Cablecom has launched EM.TV's Junior channel on its Cablecom Digital TV platform.
North Rhine-Westphalia's state-backed media company NRW Medien is closing, ending speculation.
The shareholders of Kieft & Kieft, Germany's biggest exhib group, have pumped E9 million ($10.3 million) into the group to bolster cash reserves.
German federal regulators are probing alleged inside trading charges against film financier and distributor Intertainment, which is in the middle of a legal battle with Franchise Pictures.
Henning Molfenter has been promoted to head of production at Studio Babelsberg Motion Pictures.
When Germany's leading broadcaster RTL Television acquired Fox's hit series "24," programmers were left scratching their heads by the series' premise and its unusual time-centered format. So the…
In another sign that business is not what it used to be in the hub of German TV production, North Rhine-Westphalia's state-backed media company NRW Medien is poised to shutter.
German film group Internationalmedia issued a profit warning Wednesday saying its revenue and profit for 2003 may fall short of its forecast if it's forced to postpone the release of upcoming films.
Wolfgang Becker's "Good Bye, Lenin!" has been selected as Germany's candidate for consideration in the Academy Awards' foreign-language film category.