BERLIN — The Berlin Film Festival drew a record turnout this year, attracting more festgoers than ever before, underscoring the event's increasing popularity with cinephiles. The Berlinale, which ran…
That you don't need more than one riveting talking head and a little intelligence to make a terrific docu is amply demonstrated by "No Man's Land," from Portuguese vid artist and scribe-helmer Salome…
Mathias Schwerbrock's Film Base Berlin has boarded French helmer Philippe Diaz's "The Last Days of Karl Marx," starring Maximilian Schell.
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The Berlin Film Festival got off to a powerful start on Thursday with Wong Kar Wai's philosophical actioner "The Grandmaster," starring Tony Leung Chiu Wai as the legendary martial arts master Ip Man.
The Berlin festival has always had to work harder than the other elite festivals. It unspools in snowy February, so can't deliver the lovely weather of a Cannes or Venice or Toronto.
Indies excited by alternative distribution plans while financiers jumping on bandwagon
Shingles like Passion, Exclusive and Dogwoof strike the right mix of art and commerce
The upcoming European Film Market is off to a strong start, with exhibition space at the main Martin Gropius Bau and Marriott Hotel venues in Berlin fully booked.
Pic is a story of love and subterfuge in 1980 East Germany that never quite accelerates into an outright thriller.
BERLIN -- Snowfall and icy temperatures greeted red carpet guests as the Berlin Film Festival kicked off on Thursday with Benoit Jacquot's historical drama "Farewell, My Queen."