The 15th German Film Fest announced its lineup, with a strong selection of both new and classic German-language cinema including films by Maren Ade, Wim Wenders and Fatih Akin.
Johannes Naber’s tone-deaf ‘satire’ of capitalism can’t decide whether to be an unfunny comedy or an uncompelling character study.
AGNIESZKA finds plenty of potential through Karolina Gorczyca’s performance, but squanders her talent with an incoherent narrative.
Films don’t win Silver Bears at the Berlinale for nothing. Even in the recently-inaugurated screenplay category, a statuette is a good indicator of a work of merit – it’s probably fair to say, too, that the major European festivals give higher credence to striking visual, cinematographic or otherwise authorial content than they do to documentarians
In Stereo, Jürgen Vogel’s Eric lives a simple life, his days revolving around repairing bikes, wooing his single-mother girlfriend Julia (Petra Schmidt-Schaller) and playing dad to her adorable daughter, Helena (Helene Schönfelder). Also, Eric sees things. Namely, a hooded figure whose shrouded face is the epitome of ominous mystery. Eric sees the man atop a caravan driving
The 2015 Audi Festival of German Film announced its lineup, with a wide variety of German cinema both current and classic, with the latest films from German cinematic heavyweights Fatih Akin and Dominik Graf alongside classics by Murnau.