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Michael Haneke to Create First TV Series With ‘Kelvin’s Book’

The Austrian director of 'Amour' and 'The White Ribbon' is teaming with German group UFA Fiction on the English-language dystopian drama.

Isabelle Huppert Remembers ‘Amour’ Co-Star Emmanuelle Riva: “She Was Like a Diamond for Me”

The 'Elle' star recalls that Riva told her she was meant to be a seamstress, but was discovered by Alain Resnais and landed her breakthrough role in his film ‘Hiroshima mon amour.'

THR’s Cologne Conference Roundtable

French star Isabelle Huppert on always feeling like an amateur, "Game of Thrones" actress Sibel Kekilli on not working with "a-holes," and why Harmony Korine loves to torture his actors.

‘Amour’ Director Michael Haneke to Get Zurich Fest Lifetime Honor

The Swiss festival will also screen a retrospective of the Oscar winner’s works, including "The White Ribbon" and "Funny Games."

European Public Broadcasters’ Crisis: German Scandals and Cutbacks

In an ongoing series on the crisis at Europe's public broadcast networks, THR looks at the corruption and mismanagement plaguing Germany's state-backed networks ARD and ZDF.

Austrian Filmmakers Fear Public Budget Cuts

The country that produced Oscar-winners Michael Haneke and Christoph Waltz could radically slash film financing next year.

German Television Cutting Film Budgets

German TV backed Oscar-winner “Amour,” but now channels are cutting film financing.

What If Michael Haneke Directed ‘Star Wars’? ‘Amour’-Style Parody Envisions the Sad Story (Video)

At the Cesar Awards -- the French equivalent of the Oscars -- a satirically dreary mash-up of Haneke's award-winning film and the sci-fi franchise brought major laughs.

International Awards Season to Continue With Limited Oscar Winners’ Presence

Hollywood awards season may be over, but the German Film Awards, Italy's Donatellos and the Asian Film Awards are yet to be handed out.

Oscars: Michael Haneke, Christoph Waltz Win on Big Night for Austria

After several failed attempts, the director won the foreign-language award for "Amour" as his home country had its best Oscar outing since 1961.

Oscars: ‘Life of Pi’ Tops With 4 Wins; ‘Argo’ Named Best Picture

"Pi" scores the most wins, including one for director Ang Lee, but the Ben Affleck drama takes the top honor at the 85th Academy Awards.

Cesar Awards: ‘Amour’ Wins Best Picture, ‘Argo’ Best Foreign Language Film

Michael Haneke takes best director, Emmanuelle Riva best actress at the French ceremony.