"Phoenix," the spellbinding new film from the German director Christian Petzold, hinges on the sort of conceit that some have dismissed as ruinously implausible, while others have concluded that its…
Life is a bombed-out, soul-depleting cabaret in Christian Petzold's "Phoenix," a haunting portrait of identity and loss in post-WWII Berlin.
SAN SEBASTIAN – The Match Factory has rolled out sales over most of the world on Christian Petzold's "Phoenix," which played Monday in main competition at San Sebastian. It was one the most early…
Soda Pictures has acquired Christian Petzold’s “Phoenix” for the United Kingdom following its premiere at the Toronto Film Festival. Petzold teams up with actors Nina Hoss and Ronald Zehrfeld in the…
The San Sebastian Film Festival, the most prestigious film event in the Spanish-speaking world, has unveiled the titles that will vie for a Golden Shell in competition. Among the first announced…
The German film sales business is so robust because its film and TV biz is so buoyant, with a deep pool of coin and filmmaking talent. "The great thing about the German industry and German production…
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A robust Hollywood contingent, comprising Antoine Fuqua, Mike Figgis and helmer Ariel Vromen ("The Iceman") is set to disembark on the isle of Capri to mingle with Italo and European industryites at…
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