Veteran German thesp Hardy Kruger, who despite being a member of the Hitler Youth enjoyed a post-war career in Europe and Hollywood, will make a comeback in a ZDF pic after a 13-year absence, the…
German multiplex operator Cineplex Germany has said it will go completely digital.
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Roman Polanski is once again free, but he'll have limited options on where he can travel, live and work.
Switzerland released Roman Polanski from house arrest on Monday after deciding not to extradite the director to the U.S. to face sentencing for having unlawful sex with a teenager over three decades…
Germany's top commercial web RTL has been scoring major knockouts against its rivals lately with broadcasts earning market shares that recall an earlier era when there were only two Teuton webs.
A German doc not only proposes solutions to the world's energy problems but also solved the biggest problem facing indie filmmakers: financing.
With the economy still struggling, German commercial webs -- like their counterparts in the U.K. and elsewhere -- are wrestling with the cost of producing news and current affairs shows.
The Bavarian media regulatory commission (DLM) has struck a knock-out blow against a trio of "ultimate fighting" broadcasts on German sports web DSF, ruling they unacceptably glorify violence and…
Michael Haneke's black-and-white drama "The White Ribbon" picked up a record 13 nominations for the Euro 2.855 million ($3.9 million) German Film Prize, the German Film Academy announced on Friday.
Feevee Sky Deutschland made history on Sunday with Germany's first 3D HDTV broadcast -- a Bundeliga soccer match between Bayer Leverkusen and Hamburg SV -- to a select audience of 120 in Munich.