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Films / Germany

Review: The Chairs Game

Review: The Chairs Game

Italian-German auteur Lucia Chiarla’s first feature about the distressing life of an author and journalist in her late thirties in Berlin is out now in German cinemas  

15/11/2018 | Films | Germany

Review: Living the Light – Robby Müller

Review: Living the Light – Robby Müller

Cinematographer-turned-director Claire Pijman has made a poetic documentary on legendary DoP Robby Müller  

02/10/2018 | Films | Netherlands/Germany

Review: After-Work Beer

Review: After-Work Beer

German director Ben Brummer presents a mixture of buddy comedy and drama, and his first feature to be released in cinemas  

09/04/2018 | Films | Germany

Review: Bikini Moon

Review: Bikini Moon

Milcho Manchevski breaks new stylistic and geographical ground with this strangely attractive and accomplished mix of documentary, New York indie and fantasy  

14/03/2018 | Films | Germany/USA/Canada/North Macedonia

Last Men in Aleppo: Feel how we failed in Syria

Last Men in Aleppo: Feel how we failed in Syria

The winning film from Sundance and CPH:DOX is a gruelling documentary about the struggles of White Helmets in Aleppo  

07/04/2017 | Films | Denmark/Germany/Syria

Agnes, the asymmetry of love affairs

Agnes, the asymmetry of love affairs

Now showing in theatres in Germany with Neue Visionen Filmverleih is the existential drama that Johannes Schmid adapted from the best seller of the same name by Swiss writer Peter Stamm  

03/06/2016 | Films | Germany/Belgium

Labyrinth of Lies, the repressed truth about Auschwitz

Labyrinth of Lies, the repressed truth about Auschwitz

Giulio Ricciarelli portrays a post-war period in which Germans under the age of 30 don’t know what a concentration camp is  

15/01/2016 | Films | Germany

A mesmerising journey of desire over the Atlantic.

A mesmerising journey of desire over the Atlantic.

Jan-Willem van Ewijk has produced an extremely pure cinematic experience with his second feature, Atlantic., which mixes sports film and classical epic to extraordinary effect  

19/02/2015 | Films | Netherlands/Belgium/Germany

Los Hongos: street culture as a movement for social change

Los Hongos: street culture as a movement for social change

Oscar Ruiz Navia’s sophomore effort was the big winner at this year’s REC Tarragona, going home with three separate awards  

22/12/2014 | Films | Colombia/France/Argentina/Germany

Liv Ullmann on German screens in the fall

Liv Ullmann on German screens in the fall

In the German-Norwegian coproduction Zwei Leben by Georg Maas, Liv Ullmann plays the mother of Juliane Köhler, an East German spy who started a new life in Norway  

05/06/2013 | Films | Germany/Norway