Schilling received plaudits this year for his role in "Generation War," a TV drama that follows five young German friends during World War II.
Once auds get past the amusing notion that DIY directors have groupies, all that remains is another grubby-looking, squirm-inducing indie in which things seem to hit too close to home for…
Series ranges from 'The Last Laugh' to 'Anonymous'
Dustin Guy Defa's "Bad Fever" takes mumblecore to its reductio ad absurdum, featuring a hero whose utterances border on the unintelligible.
The latest in a blitz of 2011 releases from mumblecore auteur Joe Swanberg, "The Zone" contains little to entice neophytes into his fold.
Arguably the most significant living German screenwriter, Wolfgang Kohlhaase's tribute at this year's Berlinale is especially fitting.
Volker Schloendorff is still in Berlin. Two and a half years ago, when he was installed along with Pierre Couveinhes as managing director of Studio Babelsberg, a lot of people here didn't think he or…