Markus Zimmer is stepping down as managing director of Concorde Filmverleih, one of Germany's top independent film distributors, after 17 years in the role. Zimmer, who has also served as head of…
Concorde has carved out a unique niche in Germany over the past 35 years with a broad spectrum of international cinema that has ranged from works by Louis Malle, Federico Fellini and David Lynch to…
The 2015 Berlin Film Festival wasn't an auspicious one for the storied veterans of the 1970s New German Cinema, and that downward trend continued apace with Margarethe Von Trotta's "The Misplaced…
Herbert Kloiber, chairman of Germany's Tele Munchen Group, has been named a Chevalier of the Legion of Honor of France. The order goes to one of French cinema's staunchest supporters. At Berlin, for…
Tele Muenchen Group has picked up German and Austrian rights to Gold Circle's upcoming laffer "Search Party," the helming debut of comedy scribe Scot Armstrong ("The Hangover 2").
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BERLIN -- Tele Muenchen Group is continuing its distribution deal with Marvel Studios on "Iron Man 3."
Kirsten Dunst has joined the cast of "On the Road," Walter Salles and Francis Ford Coppola's adaptation of Jack Kerouac's 1957 novel.
Tele Munchen Group's theatrical division Concorde Filmverleih acquired German rights to eight films at the Cannes Film Market, including Stephen Frears' "The Queen," starring Helen Mirren as Queen…
Roger Corman, who produced his first film, "Monster From the Ocean Floor," in 1954, is celebrating his 50th anniversary as a producer by unleashing a new sea monster at the AFM.
Paul di Franco has been promoted to prexy of worldwide music operations at Roger Corman's New Horizons/Concorde Pictures.
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