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3 Faces

Release 26.12.2018 Director Jafar Panahi receives a cell video showing a young woman threatening suicide. Together with actress Behnaz Jafari, he makes his way to the province to find her. read more


A Star Is Born

Release 04.10.2018 Lady Gaga as Barbra Streisand as Judy Garland plays a singer who becomes a star while the male star who discovers her succumbs to his alcohol and drug addiction. The fourth version of the material – not counting variations like ALL ABOUT EVE, SHOWGIRLS, and MULHOLLAND DRIVE. read more

Ash is Purest White

Release 28.02.2019 Young Qiao goes to prison for five years to protect her beloved, Bin the gangster. When she‘s released, the world has changed. The gangsters have become businessmen since the introduction of capitalist economics in China and Bin is now married. read more


B-Movie: Lust & Sound in West-Berlin

Release 21.05.2015 A fast paced montage of TV-features, videos and Super-8-films, B-MOVIE tells the story of one of the most exciting periods of the West-Berlin music scene, from the perspective of Mark Reeder, an Englishman from Manchester, who moved to Berlin in 1978 and became the Manager of Malaria. read more

Beautiful Boy

Release 24.01.2019 This intense melodrama, about a drug addicted son and his father who wants to help him, constantly switches back and forth between hope and despair. read more

Becoming Astrid

Release 06.12.2018 Before Astrid Lindgren became the most famous children‘s author in the world, she spent many tough years as a working mother of an illegitimate child. read more

Ben is Back

Release 10.01.2019 Ben is a drug addict. When he goes home for the holidays, his mother (Julia Roberts) does everything in order to save him. read more


Release 23.08.2018 BLACKKKLANSMAN tells the (true) story of black police detective Ron Stallworth who pretended to be a white racist on the phone and entered the most inner circle of the Ku Klux Klan in the 70s. read more

Bohemian Rhapsody

Release 31.10.2018 BOHEMIAN RHAPSODY tells the story of Farrokh Bulsara aka Freddie Mercury against the backdrop of the band Queen. read more

Boy Erased

Release 21.02.2019 Jared is raised in a caring home, but after telling his father, baptist preacher Marshall (Russell Crowe), about an incident in college, he puts him in the “Love in Action“ program that is meant to drive out his homosexuality. read more


Can You Ever Forgive Me?

Release 21.02.2019 Melissa McCarthy plays real-life author Lee Israel, a struggling malcontent writer, propped up by alcohol and affection for her cat, who turns to forgery and theft after her last book is rejected for publication. read more


Release 17.01.2019 12 year old Zain (Zain Al Fareea) sues his parents: he‘s accusing them of putting him on this Earth and thereby making him suffer an awful fate. read more

Climate Warriors

Release 06.12.2018 A documentary about "climate warriors" in Germany and the US. read more


Release 06.12.2018 A multi-ethnic troupe dances with endless erotic energy and bliss. Then someone spikes drugs in the sangria and hate and paranoia breaks out. Gaspar Noé has said that CLIMAX is his most political film. read more

Cold Pursuit

Release 28.02.2019 read more

Cold War

Release 22.11.2018 Poland, the 1950s. Educated professional Wiktor and working-class Zula meet due to the music group Mazurek. They begin a passionate love story that starts off in communist Poland, moves to the West, and goes back to Poland again. read more


Release 03.01.2019 A lively and opulent biopic about the first wild years of notorious French author Colette (Sidonie-Gabrielle Claudine Colette, 1873-1954). read more



Release 14.03.2019 Nicole Kidman‘s restrained but intense performance as down-and-out policewoman Erin Bell is the highlight of DESTROYER, which tells a typical noir revenge story. read more


Escape Room

Release 28.02.2019 In Escape Room, six strangers with one thing in common each get a mysterious invitation to participate in an escape room.


Fahrenheit 11/9

Release 17.01.2019 Like its similarly-monikered predecessor, FAHRENHEIT 11/9 is timely as hell. read more

Familie Brasch

Release 16.08.2018 Father Horst Brasch was the founder of the Free German Youth and a SED official, children Thomas, Klaus, Peter, and Marion are all artists, writers, actors, and novelists. Annekathrin Hendel‘s documentary reviews the family‘s history between power and expatriation. read more

First Man

Release 08.11.2018 Damien Chazelle‘s screen adaptation of the first moon expedition is about the dark side of the expedition, the hardships, failures, and the loneliness of an astronaut in space. read more


Get Out

Release 04.05.2017 read more


Release 17.01.2019 Incarcerated in a mental institution, superhuman security guard David Dunn (Bruce Willis) meets up with his old nemesis Mr. Glass (Samuel L. Jackson), as well as a new opponent with 24 personalities (James McAvoy).

Green Book

Release 31.01.2019 In 1962 African-American pianist Dr. Don Shirley needs a driver to accompany him on a risky tour in the South and hires Italian-American bouncer Tony Lip for the job. read more



If Beale Street could talk

Release 07.03.2019 IF BEALE STREET COULD TALK is a 2018 American romantic drama film directed and written by Barry Jenkins, based on James Baldwin's novel of the same name. read more

In My Room

Release 08.11.2018 One morning everyone else has disappeared and Armin is the last man far and wide. read more


Kamikaze 1989

A dystopian sci-fi film directed by Wolf Gremm. read more

Kirschblüten & Dämonen

Release 07.03.2019 10 years after the success of KIRSCHBLÜTEN – HANAMI, Doris Dörre returns to the family story situated between Germany and Japan and recounts how “Karli,“ the youngest, is being haunted by the ghosts of the past. read more



Ma vie de courgette

Release 16.02.2017 Icare, nicknamed ‘Courgette‘, has to live in a home after accidentally killing his mother. The other children there come from similarly difficult families and he soon makes friends. Brave Camille especially catches his eye. The sweetest film about such a dark subject that you have seen in a while. read more


Release 01.11.2018 The manic cult-revenge-fantasy MANDY provides great fanboy fun and features an irate Nicholas Cage completely losing the plot. read more

Mary Poppins Returns

Release 20.12.2018 While the original Banks children have now grown up, there’s a new generation of Banks children in need of Mary’s particular brand of whimsy, and so, Mary Poppins… um... returns read more

Mary Queen of Scots

Release 17.01.2019 Mary Stuart returned to Scotland from France, quelled a Protestant rebellion, and was ultimately defeated due to intrigues. An attempt at a new feminist interpretation. read more


Release 07.03.2019 13-year-old Stevie befriends a small gang of cool skaters who are all older than he is. MID90s is one of the most honest looks at teens from bad environments in modern US cinema. read more


Release 09.03.2017 Barry Jenkins MOONLIGHT, nominated for eight Oscars, is a masterpiece, a daring film about what it means to grow up poor and black, a film about sexuality and masculinity, about damages to the soul, about sensuality and goodness. read more


On the Basis of Sex

Release 07.03.2019 Mimi Leder‘s biopic is about Ruth Bader Ginsberg‘s beginnings – her studies, her job as a professor, and the precedent case in which she enforced gender equality before the law for the first time. read more



Release 31.01.2019 Kena and Ziki are two young women from Nairobi who fall in love – despite their different personalities, rival families, and the people in their environment who can‘t wait to badmouth them. read more

Ralph Breaks the Internet

Release 24.01.2019 The original film introduced us to the characters who live inside the video games at an amusement arcade. In part II Princess Vanellope has become bored with her role in her racing game "Sugar Rush", so Ralph attempts to manually create a new racing track... read more


Release 13.12.2018 The documentary reconstructs Ruth Bader Ginsberg‘s aka “The Notorious RBG‘s“ path to the Supreme Coart and becoming a role model with medial flashbacks and interviews. read more


Alfonso Cuarón processes his own memories of the Tlatelolco Massacre of 1971 in this drama. read more



Release 15.11.2018 A strange dance school, brutal murders, a coven. Luca Guadagnino‘s eagerly awaited new adaptation of Dario Argento‘s horror classic. read more


The Favourite

Release 24.01.2019 No one has filmed malice, lies, deception as wonderfully as Yorgos Lanthimos has in THE FAVOURITE in a long time. read more

The Golden Glove

Release 21.02.2019 A film about Fritz Honka, a Hamburg serial killer who kills women at the fringes of post-war society. read more

The Hate U Give

Release 28.02.2019 THE HATE U GIVE is not a true story, yet watching it feels like swallowing a pill in which every account of a police murder of a person of color in the US has been compacted, and laced with Red Bull. read more

The House That Jack Built

Release 29.11.2018 A serial killer, Jack, tells a listener named Serge about his murders which he views as his work and art. read more

The Last Movie

Release 27.12.2018 Dennis Hopper’s legendarily maligned, long-lost followup to EASY RIDER returns in a newly restored edition. read more

The Sisters Brothers

Release 07.03.2019 The Sisters Brothers are ruthless assassins. They are meant to get a secret formula from a gold prospector that will simplify the digging of gold and then murder the man, but the prospector has used his charm and friendliness to befriend one of them. read more

The Wife

Release 03.01.2019 Glenn Close plays Joan, the wife of author Joe Castelman, who has just found out that he received the literary Nobel Prize. On the way to the award ceremony Joan‘s longstanding suppressed feelings and repressed memories erupt. read more



Release 21.02.2019 Dick Cheney (Christian Bale) was the most powerful vice president in the history of the US. He instigated a war based on falsified evidence and reinstated torture, calling it “enhanced interrogation.“ Adam McKay turns Cheney‘s story into a vicious satire. read more


Release 11.06.2015 The film shot in one single take follows young Spaniard Victoria during one night in Berlin. Victoria meets Sonne and his friends before going to a club. They go with the flow, drink their last beer and look down at the city from the rooftop. Victoria will make a fatal decision towards the end of the night. read more


Westwood: Punk, Icon, Activist

Release 20.12.2018 Vivienne Westwood invented punk, or at least British punk fashion, along with Malcolm McLaren. Today, she runs a successful and independent fashion label with her partner Andreas Kronthaler. A documentary. read more

White Boy Rick

Release 07.03.2019 The FBI puts pressure on the 15 year old son of arms dealer Rick Wershe and turns him into a undercover agent in the drug scene.

Wings of Desire

Release 12.04.2018 Otto Sander and Brunco Ganz as angels watching over Berlin. Wim Wender‘s poetic film is also a historic document of the city before the fall of the Wall. read more