Berlin funding agency Medienboard hosted a cocktail reception on May 14 to celebrate the films it funded that feature in the festival program. These include competition films Maren Ade's "Toni…
Variety presented the participants of its “10 Europeans to Watch” program at a reception held by Berlin funding agency Medienboard, which is headed by Kirsten Niehuus and Helge Jürgens. Brad Furman…
BERLIN — Citing the economic impact of international TV series such as "Homeland," which is currently being shot in the German capital, Berlin Mayor Michael Mueller has announced a €1.5 million…
German film and TV fund Medienboard, which supports production in Berlin and the surrounding region of Brandenburg, is to contribute Euros 1 million ($1.1 million) to the production costs of season…
There are few major film festivals that don't feature pics backed by Medienboard Berlin-Brandenburg in their lineups, and Cannes is no exception. This year, the German film funding and media biz…
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…
Studio Babelsberg has boarded Fox 2000's adaptation of Markus Zusak's bestselling World War II-era novel "The Book Thief," starring Geoffrey Rush and Emily Watson.
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.
Arri, CinePostproduction offer on-set support
Jeremy Irons has boarded Bille August's "Night Train to Lisbon," an adaptation of Pascal Mercier's bestselling novel.
Europe's soft money sources remain the gold standard for independent filmmakers, with more country incentives coming online.
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