Ganz mum on ‘Dust’ details

Thesp, Angelopoulos meet again for pic

Bruno Ganz is reteaming with vet helmer Theo Angelopoulos for his next film, the actor said Tuesday.

But Ganz, who has amassed a sackful of kudos for his perf as Adolf Hitler in “Downfall,” would not give details about the project, titled “The Dust of Time.”

The Swiss-German thesp and Angelopoulos, who was also in Berlin this week, worked together on the 1998 “Eternity and a Day.”

Since his star turn in “Downfall” — he received another statuette for best actor at the London Critics Circle Awards last weekend — Ganz said he’s been inundated with roles and offers.

In Berlin to promote “Vitus,” a Swiss film directed by Fredi Murer in which he plays the grandfather of a gifted young pianist, he was recently in Romania shooting Francis Ford Coppola’s “Youth Without Youth.”

Pic reteams him with “Downfall” co-star Alexandra Maria Lara, who played Hitler’s secretary Traudl Junge.

Ganz, who was also in Jonathan Demme’s “The Manchurian Candidate,” was down to work with another U.S. director but the project has been put on the backburner.

Asked if Hollywood beckoned, he said: “It depends what they suggest. I would like to meet other directors like Francis Ford Coppola or Jonathan Demme — somebody I really adore.”