The Berlinale has added "The Crash Reel," by British filmmaker Lucy Walker, to its official lineup.
Women are making their mark in the film biz across Central Europe
Two masters inspire a renaissance in Austrian cinema
Denmark's 'A Royal Affair,' Sweden's 'Searching for Sugar Man' and Norway's 'Kon-Tiki' are only the tip of the movie iceberg
The Berlin Film Festival has introduced a Berlinale Classics showcase, presenting restored film classics and rediscovered works as part of its Retrospective sidebar.
The Berlin Film Festival has added 14 pics to complete the Panorama lineup, among them works about Pirate Bay, an assassinated Palestinian artist, Mexican cartel music and gays and lesbians in East…
David M. Rosenthal's "A Single Shot," starring Sam Rockwell and William H. Macy, is among four U.S. films that will unspool in the Berlin Film Festival's Forum section, which unveiled its complete…
The Berlin Film Festival's Generation children and youth section has completed this year's lineup.
Danish actor Mikkel Boe Folsgaard, who won a Silver Bear at this year's Berlin Film Festival for his portrayal of a deranged king in Danish Oscar entry "A Royal Affair," is among European Film…
French filmmaker Claude Lanzmann, maker of "Shoah," the 1985 documentary on the Holocaust, will be honored at next year's Berlin Film Festival with a lifetime achievement award.
Berlinale came to fruition thanks to the initiative of American Film Officer Oscar Martay. A committee first met on Oct. 9, 1950 to found an international film festival in the German city.