All Latin American premieres, Mexican Mariana Chenillo's "Paradise," Argentine Santiago Palavecino's "Some Girls" and singular docu-feature "El Alcalde" feature among a 21-title Latin Premiere…
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…
Schilling received plaudits this year for his role in "Generation War," a TV drama that follows five young German friends during World War II.
"Hotel Lux" wants to be a lot of things: a side-splitting comedy about Stalin (with Hitler on the side), a grandiose Hollywood-style production from the big studio era, an Indiana Jones-like romp…
The old-fashioned, death-in-the-family portrait gets a fresh polish in Marie Kreutzer's debut.
BERLIN -- Local filmmakers Oskar Roehler and Peter Ott are gearing up for two ambitious projects, with the former prepping a multigenerational tale spanning four decades and the latter set to shoot…
Oskar Roehler's spin on the making of one of the most notoriously anti-Semitic Nazi pics.
"Lulu and Jimi" pits an African-American carnival worker and a white, well-scrubbed German woman against the violent racism of mid-'50s small-town Deutschland.
'12 Meters Without a Head,' 'The Countess,' 'Effi Briest,' 'John Rabe,' 'Lulu und Jimi,' 'Pope Joan'
Michel Houellebecq's spiky cult novel "Atomised" is planed down to make "The Elementary Particles," a tasteful and sentimental pic about two brothers and sex, with a couple of ideas on the side…
"Agnes and His Brothers" reps a Teutonic version of "American Beauty" with added dysfunctionality. Fest darling Oskar Roehler juggles the stories of three brothers (one now a woman) trying to escape…