A group of Palestinian ex-prisoners re-enact their nightmarish interrogation memories in director Raed Andoni's prize-winning Berlinale documentary, 'Ghost Hunting'.read more
The story about a Syrian refugee who travels to Finland was one of the best-reviewed films out of this year's festival. read more
The eccentric dramedy, set in a Hungarian slaughterhouse, beat out favorite 'The Other Side of Hope,' which won Aki Kaurismaki Berlin's best director honor. read more
Raoul Peck's Oscar-nominated documentary on James Baldwin and a drama about life in a Syrian war zone and were the most popular titles among moviegoers at the Berlin festival.read...
The Hungarian drama from Ildiko Enyedi is a twisting love story set in a slaughterhouse.read more
Adrian Goiginger's semi-autobiographical film looks at a young boy growing up with a heroin-addicted mother. read more
Rafael Kapelinski's drama is set among young people living on a British housing estate.read more
The story of a transgender woman dealing with the death of her partner took the top prize for LGBT-themed films screening at the Berlin Film Festival. read more
“This character has been within me for 17 years but not until this film do I think I have got to the heart of him,” Hugh Jackman said at...
The movie was also sold to countries in Southeast Asia.read more
The film from Belgian director Philippe van Leeuw is a tale of a Syrian household under siege.read more
The final chapter in Jackman's Wolverine saga has its world premiere in Berlin Friday. read more
Bruno Ganz stars in 'In Times of Fading Light', director Matti Geschonneck's bittersweet literary drama about a family of German Communists caught on the wrong side of history.read more
Spanish TV giant Mediapro will take a stake in his Buenos Aires-based production company and together they will co-develop and co-produce high-end drama series. read more