German law enforcement authorities have pulled the plug on one of the biggest film and software download servers worldwide, which has cost the local industry millions of dollars.
Boldly going where it has never gone before, the Sci Fi Channel is beaming onto Premiere, Germany's only pay TV platform.
Digital cinema and improved marketing for arthouse films will be at the top of the agenda at the Leipzig Film Fair, which takes place Monday through Sept. 12.
Helmers Wolfgang Becker ("Good Bye Lenin!") and Danny Boyle ("28 Days Later") and thesps Penelope Cruz ("Fanfan la tulipe") and Rowan Atkinson ("Johnny English") are among nominees for this year's…
Without a comparable sale like last year's divestment of its stake in AOL Europe, German media giant Bertelsmann saw half-year net profits shrink 93% to 110 million euros ($119 million), while…
German distributor Intertainment posted an 82% drop in half-year sales to 2 million euros ($2.18 million) and saw losses grow 17% to $5.24 million as its legal battle against Franchise Pictures…
Wim Wenders' new production company Reverse Angle has taken over Road Movies Factory from insolvent parent Das Werk.
The IFA, Europe's largest consumer electronics fair, opened to good news Friday as signs of an economic recovery and record numbers of exhibitors boosted hope for a strong market response to the…
Paramount has accepted $192 million against the $1 billion debt owed to it by bankrupt former Teutonic TV giant Kirch Media.
Director Larry Clark will be attending the 10th annual Oldenburg Intl. Film Festival, which runs Sept. 3-7, to present his latest film, "Ken Park." The controversial pic will be making its German…
Universal and DreamWorks have inked with Deutsche Telekom's Internet provider T-Online for its new video-on-demand service.