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The Silent Revolution

  The film tells the story of a high school class in the communist German Democratic Republic, who have a moment of silence in their classroom for the victims of Read More

When the Bells Sound Clearly

  Austrian count von Warthenberg has been a grumpy stud-farm-recluse since his wife’s death. This summer, his old lover Susanne Weiden arrives, hoping for a ‘fat’ marriage and financial gain. Read More

Nesthocker – Familie zu verschenken

  A television series about a middle class German family in which the family members explore life in the context of their family relationships.  Although multiple seasons and numerous episodes Read More

The Boat

  A German submarine patrols the Atlantic Ocean during World War II, manned by a crew that must contend with tense conflicts and long stretches of confined boredom. While war Read More

Suck Me Shakespeer

  Bank robber Zeki has a problem, the catch from the latest robbery is buried in a place where there is now a school gym. To gain access to the Read More

Kebab Connection

  A delightful, immigrant comedy from Anno Saul and Fatih Akin (Head On) that reminds us how integration really works.  Young Turkish hip-hopper Ibo dreams of making the first German Read More

The Rhinegold

  Das Rheingold is the first of the four music dramas that constitute Richard Wagner’s Der Ring des Nibelungen, (English: The Ring of the Nibelung). It was performed, as a Read More

Schindler: The Documentary

  Steven Spielberg celebrates the biggest triumph of his career with ‘Schlndler’s List’ – awarded 7 Oscars. His impressive masterpiece is not the first film about this legendary Oskar Schindler.  Read More

Adolph von Menzel: Pen and Brush Chronicler

  This film is a biography of the painter Adolph von Menzel who, as a chronicler of his time, and using journalistic means, always testified through his art with great Read More

The Boundaries of Our Time: Caspar David Friedrich

  During the night of June 5, 1931, a major fire broke out in Munich’s Glass Palace. Among the inferno’s victims, the entire German Romantic exhibition, including ten major works Read More