Germany is set to launch a new film subsidy program aimed at big-budget international co-productions and effects-heavy TV series in an effort to boost the country's already muscular visual…
German Federal Film Board
Germany has some of the best film schools in the world and during Cannes the work of some of its students will be showcased under the banner Next Generation Short Tiger 2014. Martin Scheuring of…
Germany has long played a significant role in international co-productions, but in recent months clear commercial interests as well as new funding initiatives have boosted collaboration with partners…
Fox Intl. Prods. Germany is prepping teen comedy “Playing Doctor” and children’s drama “Riko, Oskar and the Pasta Detective.” The company is moving ahead on the pair following the success of its…
"Skyfall" and French hit "The Intouchables" topped the German box office in 2012 and helped propel theatrical revenue to record heights.
Alfred Huermer's German shingle Integral Film has boarded Peter Weir's "The Keep" and will co-produce with Said Ben Said's Paris-based SBS Prods.
European funding may get easier for big U.S. productions.
Germany's generous film subsidy programs have made the country a favorite co-production destination for international producers.
The German box office achieved its second-highest half-year revenue ever as 3D titles and hit local fare generated stellar ticket sales in the first six months of 2011.
Despite a fast-falling greenback, Germany is still attracting its share of major U.S. productions. While there's ample financing available to producers from the country's generous film subsidies…
More gold is set to gild the German film biz. Studio Hamburg has just unveiled a three-year Euros 20 million ($26 million) a year credit line for English-language pics targeted at the international…
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