German Director Jan Ole Gerster’s low-budget, black-and-white debut film Oh Boy! was one of the surprise success stories of 2012 with around 230 000 cinema-goers and rave reviews, particularly in Berlin, where the film was shot. [...]» read more
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Martina Gedeck is one of Germany’s most prolific actresses. Acclaimed both at home and abroad, she shone in box office hit The Lives of Others (2006); won a LOLA for her performance in Mostly Martha [...]» read more
The statuette handed out at the German Film Prize each year, the Lola, is named after Marlene Dietrich’s infamous nightclub singer in the classic 1931 film The Blue Angel; and the Lola Festival – taking place this [...]» read more
The concept for World Earth Hour began in Sydney back in 2007 and his since grown dramatically to become the world’s largest voluntary action for the environment. In 2012, more than 6950 cities and towns [...]» read more
Jürgen Flimm first saw François Truffaut’s 1962 classic Jules et Jim at the age of 21. ”It is a masterly film about the loss of youth and how quickly dreams can fade,” says Flimm, who also identified with [...]» read more
The 63rd annual Berlinale film festival begins this Thursday 7th of February. For 10 days, the movers and shakers of the international film industry – including a number of Hollywood A-listers from (apparently) George Clooney [...]» read more