BERLIN — Wolfgang Petersen has returned to his native Germany to shoot his first feature in a decade — and his first German-language film in 30 years — with some of the country's biggest stars. The…
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…
The emphasis of the Berlin production subsidies is, by definition, production -- but now, the growth of Berlin-based vfx houses means that big-budget shoots can take advantage of local…
BERLIN -- Producer Marco Mehlitz, who most recently co-produced David Cronenberg's "A Dangerous Method," has been tapped as head of development and productions at Fox Intl. Prods. Germany.
BERLIN -- Warner Bros. has inked an exclusive four-picture deal with German box office star and multihyphenate Matthias Schweighoefer.
Germany's dynamic film industry has seen its share of change, upheaval, new beginnings and bursts of star power over the past year.
Jeremy Irons has boarded Bille August's "Night Train to Lisbon," an adaptation of Pascal Mercier's bestselling novel.
Universal Pictures International has boarded Detlev Buck's upcoming project starring Matthias Schweighoefer ("Friendship").
Detlev Buck, who last directed the cross-cultural love story "Same Same But Different," will next helm "Woman in Love," starring German thesp Matthias Schweighoefer ("Friendship").
Two young East Germans hit the road in the U.S. circa 1989 after the fall of the Berlin wall.
A family with the unsubtle name Winter figuratively thaws and freezes again in the snow-bound Tyrolean landscape of "The Architect," thesp Ina Weisse's obvious tempest in a cracked teapot.