It's only July, but international film sales companies and distributors are already talking Oscars. At the recent German Films Previews, a week of buyers-only screenings of films repped by German…
The German Films Previews, an annual showcase of the latest pics from the Teutonic sales companies, will be attended by 75 international buyers and more than 20 world sales companies, promo org…
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…
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Ascot Elite has acquired all-rights in German-language territories to several high-profile pics. The distrib picked up AIDS drama "Dallas Buyers Club," which toplines Matthew McConaughey, Jared Leto…
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…
German cinema will again bask in the spotlight at this year's Berlin Film Festival, which is showcasing the latest works by veteran helmers and up-and-coming filmmakers, but the country's booming…
Germany's well-earned reputation as one of the world's leading co-production countries continues to attract international projects despite growing competition from neighboring European states.
The German Federal Film Fund (DFFF) film subsidy has given visual effects a seat at the incentives table for the next three-year cycle beginning 2013. Effects work done in Germany will qualify for…
Besides Hanns Wolters Intl., Oliver Mahrdt is also the North American rep for German Films Service + Marketing, the official body that promotes Teutonic films and filmmakers worldwide.
Germany's generous film subsidy programs have made the country a favorite co-production destination for international producers.
An alienated punk and a war-refugee hooker prove that their feelings for one another go above and beyond societal constraints in "Bliss."