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  • What's new in Germany for 2014

    What's new in Germany for 2014
    While Germany sits in the driver's seat of Europe's economy, it doesn't take a cultural backseat either. Here are a few of the latest developments: Berlin is trying to finish construction of its new, 5 billion-euro (nearly $7 billion USD) airport:...
  • Finding a Guatemalan village -- in Germany's book mecca

    Finding a Guatemalan village -- in Germany's book mecca
    Frankfurt is a thriving financial center on the Main River that some Germans have taken to calling “Bankfurt,” but the locals take greater pride in their literary culture. Among other things, the father of German letters, Johann Wolfgang von...
  • XYZ Films Boards 'Party Animal' from Cult Norwegian Helmer Patrik Syversen (EXCLUSIVE)

    GOTEBORG - Doing one of the things it does best - tapping into original genre talent from the four corners of the globe - L.A-based XYZ Films has boarded "Party Animal," a werewolf pic from cult Norwegian genre scribe-helmer Patrik Syversen ("Hellfjord"),...
  • Austrian-born Actor Maximilian Schell Dies at 83

    Austrian-born actor and director Maximilian Schell, a fugitive from Adolf Hitler who became a Hollywood favorite and won an Oscar for his role as a defense attorney in "Judgment at Nuremberg," ha died. He was 83. Schell's agent, Patricia Baumbauer,...
  • Berlin: Vertical Takes North American Rights to 'The Little Ghost' (EXCLUSIVE)

    LONDON -- Vertical Entertainment has taken North American rights to German box office and international sales hit "The Little Ghost." Deal was inked with the pic's international sales agent ARRI Worldsales, which will be screening it at the European...
  • Film Review: 'Tarzan'

    Tarzan wears his trademark loincloth while the actor playing him sports a full-body motion-capture suit in Constantin Film's clunky-looking riff on the Edgar Rice Burroughs character, which gives literature's most organic hero a robotic, pre-"Polar...
  • The Week in Pictures | February 17 – 23

     
    Each week we bring you the very best in visual journalism. In the Ukraine, a peace deal was signed Friday between embattled President Viktor Yanukovich and opposition leaders calling for early presidential elections later in the year, the formation of a...
  • Ghosts of Germany's WWII past rise again in 'Generation War'

    Ghosts of Germany's WWII past rise again in 'Generation War'
    When plans for a Holocaust memorial in Berlin were announced years ago, German writer Martin Walser wondered how many monuments to shame his country would have to build. It was a telling sentiment for a nation that could not cleanse the past yet wanted...
  • Film Movement Takes Juliette Binoche Starrer '1,000 Times Good Night'

    MADRID - Continuing their film-by-film relationship with the Norwegian director, New York-based Film Movement has acquired U.S. rights to "1,000 Times Good Night," Erik Poppe's semi-autobiographical English-language drama-thriller memorable for Juliette...
  • Berlin Film Review: 'Diplomacy'

    The time is August 1944, and as the Allies march towards Paris, the city's artistic and architectural riches lie in danger of Nazi dynamiting. No, it isn't "Return of the Monuments Men," but rather Volker Schlondorff's "Diplomacy," another movie set at...
  • Berlin Film Review: 'Land of Storms'

    A diffident gay soccer player enters into a stormy relationship with a straight-identified builder in "Land of Storms," a remarkably confident debut from Adam Csaszi. Boasting exceptional performances and evocative visuals, thanks to well-considered...
  • French Film Master Alain Resnais Dies

    Alain Resnais, a cinema pioneer and a leading light of the French New Wave, has died aged 91. One of the most critically-aclaimed French helmers of all times, Resnais directed such cult films as the Marguerite Duras-scripted "Hiroshima Mon Amour,"a...