The world premiere of Sylvester Stallone's "Rocky" musical has bowled over critics in Germany.
Bille August's "Night Train to Lisbon," which starts lensing in the Swiss city of Bern as well as Lisbon next month, reps a return to theatrical production for Studio Hamburg.
Studio Hamburg closed a slew of sales at this week's Mip TV confab in Cannes, including deals for nature programming, series and TV movies.
Fox is developing an untitled comedy project from "I Love You, Man" scribe John Hamburg.
Hamburg, the writer/director of last year's Paul Rudd/Jason Segel feature comedy "I Love You, Man," has been given a blind script commitment by 20th.
Studio Hamburg, one of Germany's biggest studio complexes, named German TV exec Carl Bergengruen as its new topper on Friday.
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…
U.K. film financier Future Films and Studio Hamburg Intl. Production are launching a $123 million German tax fund aimed at the production of European, English-lingo theatrical features budgeted up to…
Studio Hamburg, one of Germany's oldest players, is moving to fill some of the holes left on the international stage by now-extinct rivals and looking to beef up English-language production on two…
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