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Release Date 16.01.2020 Simply breath-taking or blatant pro-military propaganda? Our authors Tom Dorow and Jared Abbott take opposing views to director Sam Mendes' and cinematographer Roger Deakins' one-take-film about two British soldiers in World War I. read more

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Not-a-zombie film directed by Danny Boyle with a soundtrack heavily influenced by Godspeed You! Black Emperor. read more


A Bigger World

Release Date 09.07.2020 Sound engineer Corine takes a job in Mongolia to escape her grief after losing her husband. While there she discovers she has the ability to go into a ritual trance. read more

A Hidden Life

Release Date 30.01.2020 Like in his very first film, the lyrical BADLANDS (1973), A HIDDEN LIFE is also modeled after a true story. Franz Jägerstettet was an Austrian conscientious objector in World War II. When he was drafted, he refused the oath of allegiance to Hitler. read more

A Rainy Day In New York

Release Date 05.12.2019 A RAINY DAY IN NEW YORK is another entry in Woody Allen's list of light urban romantic comedies, following MIDNIGHT IN PARIS, TO ROME WITH LOVE, and VICKY CRISTINA BARCELONA. read more

A Star Is Born

Release Date 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, ... read more

A Tale of Three Sisters

Release Date 04.06.2020 Three sisters who were put up for adoption return to their biological father. They exchange a life as a maid in the city with one as a maid in a tiny village in the Anatolian mountains. read more

Ahlat Agaci

Release Date 18.06.2020 A prospective teacher and writer returns to his West Anatolian hometown Çan. New perspectives on religion, culture, and ethics arise from his conversations and conflicts with friends and family. read more

Amazing Grace

Release Date 28.11.2019 ARETHA FRANKLIN: AMAZING GRACE is a fascinating, dazzling historic document about a career highlight of one of the greatest singers of the 20th century, and about the production of one of her most successful albums. read more

And Then We Danced

Release Date 23.07.2020 Levan Gelbakhiani as Merab frolics with unrestrained energy and a disarming smile in this Georgian love drama about two ballet students. read more


B-Movie: Lust & Sound in West-Berlin

Release Date 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 ... read more


Berlin Alexanderplatz

Release Date 16.07.2020 In Burhan Qurbani‘s new adaptation of Döblin‘s “Berlin Alexanderplatz,“ Franz Biberkopf is replaced by Francis, a migrant from Guinea-Bissau who feels responsible for his wife‘s drowning in the Mediterranean and wants to become a good ... read more


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


Release Date 05.06.2014 Richard Linklater filmed Boyhood with the same cast over a 12-year period. The film starts when the young boy, Mason (Ellar Coltrane), is 6 and ends when he leaves home and goes to college at 18. read more


Call Me By Your Name

Release Date 01.03.2018 Italy, 1983. Young American Oliver spends his vacation with the Perlmans and their 17 year old son Elio. A summer with antique art and very contemporary desires. read more

City of Women

Color Out Of Space

Release Date 05.03.2020 Cult director Richard Stanley tries his hand at Lovecraft. A meteor crashes into a family‘s garden and triggers mutations reminiscent of John Carpenter‘s THE THING. read more


Das Vorspiel

Release Date 23.01.2020 DAS VORSPIEL is a film about disappointment, about music obsessiveness, about a women without a center amongst five men (son, father, husband, lover, violin student). read more

Der Geburtstag

Release Date 25.06.2020

Die Känguru-Chroniken

Release Date 02.07.2020 Scatter-brained artist Marc-Uwe and his anarchist roommate, the Kangaroo, have to outwit a property speculator who wants to rebuild Kreuzberg. An adaptation of Marc-Uwe Kling‘s cult classic “The Kangaroo Chronicles.“ read more

Do The Right Thing


Release Date 27.07.2017 read more



Release Date 05.03.2020 Rich, beautiful and smart Emma loves to devise plans for others, but is in no rush to give up her comfortable status as the favorite daughter – until she dances with outspoken Mr. Knightley. A pastel colored Austen adaptation. read more

Esto no es Berlin


For Sama

Release Date 18.06.2020 Director Waad Al-Kateab made a film about her daughter Sama so she‘ll be able to remember the Syria that Al-Kataeb left and so her daughter will be able to see and perhaps understand why she wanted to stay but ultimately did flee. read more


Green Book

Release Date 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

Gretel & Hansel

Release Date 09.07.2020 Modern take on the classic Grimm fairytale.

Guns Akimbo



Release Date 09.07.2020 read more


Set in the very near future HER tells the love story of a lonely writer and his operating system. A pastel coloured rumination on artificial intelligence and love by Spike Jonze (BEING JOHN MALKOVICH, ADAPTATION). read more


Release Date 15.10.2015 HOCKNEY explores the world of the happiest of pop artists: David Hockney. In a dense assemblage of interviews with friends and colleagues, visual explorations of his works and filmic experiments from his own private archive. read more


I Am Not Your Negro

Release Date 30.03.2017 Raoul Peck’s Oscar nominated documentary, based on the unpublished texts from James Baldwin’s estate, is moving in its poetry and staggering in its relevance. read more

If Beale Street could talk

Release Date 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

Ivan's Childhood


Jean-Paul Gaultier: Freak and Chic

Release Date 02.07.2020 Jean-Paul Gaultier looks back on his life in “Fashion Freak Show“ (2018) in Folies Bergères. The show serves as a thread in L’Hénoret‘s excessive documentary. read more

Jojo Rabbit

Release Date 23.01.2020 Ten-year-old Jojo discovers that his mother is hiding a Jewish girl. Not even his imaginary friend Hitler knows what to do. Taika Waititi‘s garish comedy offers jokes in volleys, but it also contains an emotionally moving story. read more


Release Date 10.10.2019 THE KILLING JOKE meets TAXI DRIVER and KING OF COMEDY. read more


Release Date 02.01.2020 Renée Zellweger plays Judy Garland at the end of her career with full commitment walking the fine line between high tension and losing control. read more

Julia of The Spirits

Just Mercy

Release Date 27.02.2020 What would it be like, to be arrested, imprisoned, sentenced to death and to spend years, perhaps decades waiting for “the date?” The film bears witness to the lawlessness of the American criminal justice system. read more


Knives Out

Release Date 02.01.2020 A homage to good old-fashioned whodunnits including a famous victim, a dysfunctional family, and a flamboyant master detective (Daniel Craig) with the nice name of Benoit Blanc. read more


La vérité

Release Date 05.03.2020 Fabienne Dangeville (Catherine Deneuve) is an established actress and diva who has just published her memoir. However, her daughter Lumir (Juliette Binoche) remembers her childhood very differently... read more

Lars von Triers Antichrist

Leif In Concert

Release Date 16.07.2020 Barkeeper Lene who has been sorely missed by her regulars is back in town. A night at a bar. read more

Les plus belles années d'une vie

Release Date 02.07.2020 In Claude Lelouch‘s film UN HOMME ET UNE FEMME from 1966 Anouk Aimée and Jean-Louis Trintignant played one of the most beautiful, romantic, and glamorous couples of the 60s. Now the couple is meeting again after 50 years. read more

Little Joe

Release Date 09.01.2020 Alice and her team of biotechnologists have developed a red flower with a smell that causes happiness. “Little Joe“ flourishes well, but the vast amounts of pollen that the supposedly sterile plant produces is strange…. read more

Little Women

Release Date 30.01.2020 Greta Gerwig's adaptation of the 1868 novel by Louisa May Alcott. The four March sisters are moving from childhood to adulthood, briefly stuck in a transitory state as "little women". read more


Malasana 32

Metropolitan Opera in HD: Carmen


Release Date 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

Miles Davis – Birth of the Cool

Release Date 02.01.2020 An uptempo chronicle of a musical and style icon read more


Narcissus and Goldmund

Release Date 12.03.2020 An opulent adaptation of Hermann Hesse‘s novel set in the Middle Ages about two boys who meet each other in monastery school. Narziss wants to join the monastery while Goldmund wants to explore the world. read more

New York – The World Before Your Feet

Release Date 12.03.2020 Matt Green has been walking along the Hudson River for more than six years. He takes photographs, researches, and is amazed about the details. His goal is to walk in all the five boroughs of New York. read more


Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

Release Date 15.08.2019 Though the Manson murders serve as the hook – Tarantino‘s ONCE UPON A TIME...IN HOLLYWOOD is less about Charles Manson, Sharon Tate, and Roman Polanski and more about the myth of Hollywood. read more



Release Date 04.12.2014 Extremely cute adaptation of Michael Bond’s children’s classic, with a friendly message about emigration and hospitality thrown in. read more


Release Date 17.10.2019 Bon Joon-ho‘s Cannes winner PARASITE is a film about the bourgeoisie‘s worst nightmare. Working-class family Kim seem to be merged with trash, but they creep into the life of beauty, goodness, and cultivated elegance that the Park family is ... read more

Parents – Wir Eltern

Release Date 16.07.2020 read more

Paris Calligrammes

Release Date 11.06.2020 read more


Queen and Slim

Release Date 09.01.2020 QUEEN & SLIM is the rare film that feels both important and super cool. read more



Release Date 16.07.2020 Marjane Satrapi‘s colorful graphic novel adaptation is about Marie Curie and travels across the world of radioactivity from the discovery of radioactive radiation through to cancer therapy to Chernobyl and Hiroshima. read more

Richard Jewell

Release Date 25.06.2020 Security guard Richard Jewell discovers a bomb in the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta and is celebrated at first, but is later grilled by the authorities and the media. read more

Romantic Warriors IV: Krautrock (Part I)

Release Date 18.06.2020


Salo: The 120 Days of Sodom

Searching Eva

Release Date 14.11.2019 Eva is what is called an “influencer,“ a term that is often used disparagingly. But you could also say: she is an artist with internet access. read more


Release Date 19.02.2015 Summer 1965: During the fight for voter rights in practice and not just on paper, Martin Luther King and his campaigners organize peaceful protests in Selma. The (white) police force respond with brutal force. read more


Release Date 02.07.2020 Clint tends a bar in the snowy sticks of possibly Canada. But his journey leads him into himself, towards his past, his regrets and the women he loved. read more

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So long, my son

Release Date 14.11.2019 A Chinese family epic spanning three decades. The private and the political meld together at a time of constant change. read more

Somebody Up There Likes Me

Release Date 09.07.2020 Portrait of the Rolling Stones' second guitarist - never as much in the limelight as Jagger and Richards but just as fascinating. read more

Sorry We Missed You

Release Date 30.01.2020 Ken Loach takes the ‘I Incorporated‘ world to task: Ricky Turner from Newcastle becomes a self-employed parcel carrier. If everything goes well, he and his wife Abbie, an outpatient geriatric nurse, can pay off their little house…. read more

Star Wars V: The Empire Strikes Back

Suicide Tourist

Release Date 02.07.2020 Max has an incurable brain tumor. One day he finds out about the remote luxury wellness paradise “Hotel Aurora“ that helps those weary of life with dying and checks himself in. read more


Release Date 02.07.2020 Berlin-based Swedish director and screenwriter Carolina Hellsgård links Claire‘s coming-of-age story with a Senegalese teenager who fled to southern Spain in SUNBURNED. read more

Suzi Q

Release Date 04.06.2020 The Australian documentary SUZI Q tells the story of the bassist and singer from the beginning when she started the garage band The Pleasure Seekers with her sisters Patti and Arlene and began touring at age 15. read more

System Crasher

Release Date 19.09.2019 9 year old Benni has been kicked out of every foster home. Anger management trainer Micha tries to help Benni with a lot of personal investment, but he begins to lose his professional distance. read more


The Farewell

Release Date 19.12.2019 Billi is a young New Yorker who loves her grandmother in China very much. When Nai Nai gets cancer, the family doesn‘t want to tell her anything and hastily organize a wedding instead so that everyone can see Nai Nai again. read more

The Greatest Showman On Earth

Release Date 04.01.2018 An all-singing, all-dancing biography about circus impresario P.T. Barnum (Hugh Jackman) and his rise to fame. About as nutritious and addictive as a large tub of buttered popcorn. read more

The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring

The first part of the Lord of the Rings trilogy. Hobbit Frodo is tasked to take Sauron's Ring of Power to Mount Doom.

The Peanut Butter Falcon

Release Date 19.12.2019 Two men on the lam: 22 year old Zak with Down syndrome and outsider Tyler sail towards Florida on a raft and become friends. read more

The White Crow

Release Date 26.09.2019 Ballet dancer Rudolf Nurejew decides to seek political asylum in Paris in June 1961. A cat and mouse game with the Soviet secret service begins. read more


Und der Zukunft zugewandt

Release Date 05.09.2019 Three women who migrated to Moscow in the 30s return to the GDR in 1952 where they‘re welcomed with open arms. They just can‘t talk about being in labor camps during the Stalinist cleansings. read more


Release Date 02.07.2020 Undine, a nymph who only gets a soul if she‘s loved, works as a historian in the Berlin senate.


Viva the Underdogs – A Parkway Drive Film



Release Date 16.07.2020 Writer-director Trey Edward Shults’s latest film adds to a small subsection of movies that use a highly stylistized brand of filmmaking to engage with the extreme but familiar emotions of modern life. It also relies heavily on music, sound design, ... read more

When Hitler Stole Pink Rabbit

Release Date 25.12.2019 In the adaptation of the young adult classic by Judith Kerr, Caroline Link has struck the unsentimental tone of the source. read more

Wings of Desire

Release Date 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



Release Date 11.07.2019 After a worlwide blackout nobody on Earth remembers the Beatles anymore - except failing musician Jack Malik. read more


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