Germany's well-earned reputation as one of the world's leading co-production countries continues to attract international projects despite growing competition from neighboring European states.
German cinema will again bask in the spotlight at this year's Berlin Film Festival, which is showcasing the latest works by veteran helmers and up-and-coming filmmakers, but the country's booming…
Berlinale director Dieter Kosslick discusses this year's festival, the best emerging cinema and the impact of digital on indies with Variety's Ed Meza.
The effects of the Eurozone crisis, the future of 3D and financing opportunities in Europe, will be among the main topics at the Berlinale's European Film Market Industry Debates this year.
The Berlin Film Festival has introduced a Berlinale Classics showcase, presenting restored film classics and rediscovered works as part of its Retrospective sidebar.
German media giant Bertelsmann is considering a partial sale of its money-spinning pan-European broadcasting conglom, the RTL Group, to fund expansion.
Tim Robbins, Danish director Susanne Bier, Germany's Andreas Dresen, and U.S. helmer and cinematographer Ellen Kuras are among the high-profile names joining Wong Kar Wai on the international jury of…
Andreas Rothbauer, former head of sales and acquisitions at Beta Film, and producer Alec Schulmann have launched Picture Tree Intl., a Berlin-based world sales and production shingle that will bow at…
Anita Ekberg, Paul Verhoeven, Ken Loach, John Cameron Mitchell, David Gordon Green and Jane Campion are among a host of industryites that will take part in this year's Berlinale Talent Campus.
The Berlin Film Festival has added 14 pics to complete the Panorama lineup, among them works about Pirate Bay, an assassinated Palestinian artist, Mexican cartel music and gays and lesbians in East…