The ongoing presence of ISAF soldiers in Afghanistan has inspired some politically inflammatory war dramas — most recently Peter Berg's "Lone Survivor" — to which Feo Aladag's sophomore feature…
The Match Factory has picked up international sales rights for "Zwischen welten," the second feature from Feo Aladag, who helmed Germany's 2011 Oscar entry "When We Leave," also a Tribeca Fest best…
While movie industries around the world have been hit hard by the economic downturn, German filmmakers have been largely oblivious to credit crunches and shrinking equity.
Wild Bunch has acquired all French rights to "When We Leave," Germany's foreign-language Oscar entry, which failed to secure a place in the list of 9 hopefuls released by the Academy of Motion…
Albania “East, West, East” (Gjergj Xhuvani) Algeria “Outside the Law” (Rachid Bouchareb) Argentina “Carancho” (Pablo Trapero) Austria “La Pivellina” (Tizza Covi and Rainer Frimmel) Azerbaijan “The…
German Oscar hopeful "Die Fremde" (When We Leave) by Feo Aladag has won the European Parliament's Lux prize.
Germany's candidate for the foreign-language Oscar in 2011 has taken top honors at the Ghent Film Festival.
With just a week to go before the Academy's Oct. 1 submission deadline, 14 countries have joined the race for a foreign-language Oscar nom.
Michael Haneke's haunting drama "The White Ribbon" swept the German Film Awards on Friday, garnering 10 Lolas, including best film, director and actor for Burghart Klaussner.
The volcanic ash cloud from the Iceland volcano has continued to lay waste to showbiz plans across Europe.
Cinepool, the theatrical arm of international sales group Telepool, racked up a number of sales at last week's European Film Market in Berlin.
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