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Berlin: Dasha Nekrasova’ The Scary of Sixty-First’ Wins Best First Feature Award

The Scary of Sixty-First, a conspiracy-soaked thriller from Red Scare podcaster and viral “sailor socialism” star Dasha Nekrasova, has won the prize for best first feature at the 2021 <a href="https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/t/berlin/" id="auto-tag_berlin_1"…

Berlin Film Festival Summer Special to Present One-Off Audience Award

To celebrate its one-off summer event next month, the Berlin International Film Festival is introducing a one-off award. For the first, and presumably last, time, Berlin audiences will get to vote…

Berlin Going Ahead With In-Person Film Festival in June

Berlin’s summer festival is going ahead after all. On Monday, the Berlin International Film Festival confirmed it would hold an in-person, open-air festival to screen the winners of this…

Restart Berlin: How Germany’s Film and TV Industry Got Back to Work

In the first of a Hollywood Reporter series on the state of international production hubs post-pandemic, we look at the success of Berlin, whose film and television industry has kept the cameras…

Bleecker Street Nabs ‘I’m Your Man’ Sci-Fi Comedy

Dan Stevens stars as a love robot in Maria Schrader's romantic comedy that debuted in competition in Berlin.

Neon’s Super LTD Grabs Tony Stone’s ‘Ted K’ Thriller

The Unabomber true crime drama where Sharlto Copley plays the Rocky Mountains wilderness recluse bowed in Berlin.

Berlin: ‘Werewolves Within’ Sells Wide

Josh Ruben's comedy-horror film, starring Sam Richardson and Milana Vayntrub, was snatched up by distributors across Europe, Asia, and Latin America after its debut at Berlin's European Film Market.

Berlin Film Festival Sets Summer Dates for Public Event

The winners of the Berlin International Film Festival will be screened for audiences in the German capital in June. 

Blurring Fact and Fiction: How a Handful of Berlin Titles Force Viewers to “Wonder What’s Real”

In films like Netflix's 'A Cop Movie' and Daniel Brühl-directed 'Next Door,' there is no easy division between drama and documentary: "It's fiction, but a lot of it is true."

Berlin: ‘Mr. Bachmann and His Class’ Director Maria Speth on ‘Holding a Mirror to German Society’

The documentary, which won a Silver Bear at the Berlin International Film Festival, follows an unorthodox teacher and his sixth-grade students, most of them from immigrant families.

German Actor Tom Schilling on ‘Fabian’ and the Lessons of the Weimar Republic for Today

He plays a young man coming of age in pre-Hitler Berlin in Dominik Graf's movie, which premiered in competition at the Berlin International Film Festival and was picked up for release in North…

Berlin: Competition Titles ‘I’m Your Man,’ ‘Next Door’ Sell Wide

Dan Stevens stars as a love robot in Maria Schrader's sci-fi romantic comedy, while Daniel Bruhl stars in, and directs, the dark comedy 'Next Door.'