Tucked away in a quiet corner of northern Bavaria, the small industrial town of Hof seems an unlikely location for an international film festival. But every year at the end of October, filmmakers and…
Deutsche Columbia TriStar Film production GmbH has started production on "Anatomie," the company's first feature film, managing director Andrea Willson announced Tuesday in Munich.
Venerable French helmers Claude Chabrol and Bertrand Tavernier will be among European directors presenting films in competition at the 49th Berlin Intl. Film Festival (Feb. 10-21), Berlinale…
German pics "Nachtgestalten" (Nightshapes) and "Aimee & Jaguar" will be among the films competing for the Golden and Silver Bears at the 49th Berlin Intl. Film Festival.
The German box office hit a record high of 1.566 billion marks ($932 million) in 1998, an increase of 158 million marks ($94 million) over the previous year's record take, AC Nielsen-EDI reported…
Six German feature films and documentaries will have their world premieres in the Forum section of the 47th Berlin Intl. Film Festival (Feb. 10-21).
Two world premieres from Asian directors will compete for Golden and Silver Bears at the 49th Berlin Intl. Film Festival (Feb. 10-21).
Munich media mogul Leo Kirch has completed the restructuring of his vast media empire. The reorganization of Kirch's assets paves the way for the sale of shares to a group of foreign investors…
Pubcaster ARD topped the German ratings in 1998, displacing former market leader RTL for the first time since 1992.
Munich-based EM.TV & Merchandising announced Tuesday that it has taken over Dutch merchandising company Wavery Production, which holds the rights to a number of popular cartoon characters in the…
Media moguls Rupert Murdoch, Silvio Berlusconi and Saudi prince Al Waleed Bin Talal are finalizing plans to pump more than $1 billion into the Munich-based Kirch Group, German weekly Focus reported…