The World Cinema Fund has become one of the Berlinale's most significant initiatives on the global stage.
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There was a time when renting a booth, setting up a card table and hanging out a shingle at any of the international markets was enough to call yourself a sales agent.
The success of "The King's Speech" couldn't come at a better time for Prescience, the U.K. financier whose debt fund Aegis covered a majority of the film's $13 million budget.
Linda Soeffker may be new to Perspektive Deutsches Kino but she's not new to the Berlinale -- or the section.
Berlinale Goes Kiez is back for a second year. On seven evenings from starting Feb.12, a neighborhood movie theater -- from from Friedrichshagen to Wilmersdorf -- will serve as an additional…
Berlin may be tops in Germany with Michelin but neighborhood hot spots offer gastro delights
European Film Promotion once again spotlights 10 talented actors from across the Continent, as chosen by a jury, ready for their Berlin closeups
The Berlinale is continuing its tradition of presenting restored masterpieces in the Berlinale Special section with a newly restored version of Martin Scorsese's "Taxi Driver."
Italy's current political scandals are a double-edged sword for this bigscreen version of Antonio Albanese's popular TV satire.
Stuart Ford's powerhouse sales outfit IM Global has secured worldwide rights to Kathryn Bigelow and Mark Boal's as yet untitled follow up to "The Hurt Locker."
Delightfully old-school on the animation side, but too old-fashioned on the story side.