Berlin-based post house Elektrofilm has quietly pacted with Studio Babelsberg to jointly develop, manage and expand operations on the lot.
Berlin is a green and open city with enough parks and natural spaces to keep any urban treehugger happy. Unfortunately, chilly February is not the ideal month to take advantage of this.
Celebrating its fifth year, the totally Teutonic sidebar Perspektive Deutsches Kino is on a roll despite the gloomy climate of drooping box office and lower market share for local pics.
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The Germans are back in a big way in Berlin, with an impressive five films in competition and a newly pumped-up production and distrib sector.
German actress Franka Potente is shifting her behind-the-camera career into high gear.
Annette Olesen's "One to One" is likely to attract particular attention when it unspools Sunday in the Panorama section. That's because the director is Danish -- and her country is still reeling from…
No matter how good the movies are at the Berlin fest, sooner or later you're going to have to eat something. Name your cuisine, name your budget, as befits a Berlin-sized capital city, and you'll…
Without Europeans, especially Eastern European immigrants, Hollywood wouldn't exist. Trans-atlantic ties are stronger than ever today, so it's little wonder that European talent is part and parcel of…
Facing a criminal tax investigation, German's largest film fund will have no new money to pony up for film projects this year after eagerly pumping $1 billion into the Teutonic-Hollywood lifeline…
Writer-helmer Dani Levy's hit comedy "Go for Zucker!" won six Lolas, including film, director, script and actor, at the German Film Awards on Friday.
It takes two to waltz, and Austrian producers find it often takes a foreign partner or two to get a movie made. While there's no lack of talent, the country's filmmakers are finding it increasingly…