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Berlin Film Festival Unveils Competition Jury

The Berlin International Film Festival on Tuesday unveiled the competition jury for its 2019 edition, with German actress Sandra Huller ('Toni Erdmann'), Oscar-winning Chilean director Sebastian Lelio and British helmer Trudie Styler joining jury president Juliette Binoche to pick the winners of this year's Gold and Silver Bears.

German Filmmakers Call for “New Beginning” at Berlin Festival

In an open letter, 79 directors, including Maren Ade ('Toni Erdmann') and Fatih Akin ('In the Fade') say Germany's leading film fest needs an overall when longtime director Dieter Kosslick steps down in 2019.

Komplizen Film Trio on Elevating Female Directors and Hollywood’s ‘Toni Erdmann’ Remake

Maren Ade, Janine Jackowski and Jonas Dornbach discuss taking Cannes by storm and missing out on that Oscar.

Lolas: ‘Toni Erdmann’ Dominates German Film Awards

Maren Ade's tragicomedy, which was snubbed at the Oscars, took home six prizes on an evening in which strong women in front of and behind the camera were frequently recognized.

Cannes: Jessica Chastain, Will Smith Join Jury

'Toni Erdmann' director Maren Ade is also among those set to join president Pedro Almodovar on this year's festival jury.

German Government to Boost Annual Film Funding by 50 Percent to $160M

The country is under pressure to stay competitive with other European locations in attracting international productions.

‘Toni Erdmann’ Favorite at German Film Awards Nominations

Maren Ade's tragicomedy, which was snubbed at the Oscars, received six nominations for Germany's top film prize, the Lolas, with three of the four best director nominees being women.

‘Toni Erdmann’ Star Joins German ‘Fack Ju Gohte’ Franchise

Acclaimed actress Sandra Huller will play a teacher in the third film in the hugely successful, if crude, comedy franchise.

Oscars: Foreign-Language Film Nominees Condemn “The Climate of Fanaticism and Nationalism”

The Academy Award nominees blame "leading politicians" for the fear that is creating "divisive walls."

Oscar-Nominated Foreign-Language Directors Weigh In on Trump’s Travel Ban

"It's not relevant which country Donald Trump banned," says Maren Ade, director of Germany's 'Toni Erdmann.' "Mixing the topics of terrorism and refugees is horrible, inhuman politics because it creates fear and instills racism."

Oscars: Why ‘Toni Erdmann’ Director Maren Ade Dressed Like a Go-Go Girl to Pick Up Her Cast From the Airport

Ade also shared how the cast of the German foreign-language Oscar nominee rehearsed for the film's naked party scene.

Berlin: NFP Takes Ken Duken’s ‘Berlin Falling’ for Germany (Exclusive)

The terrorist thriller eerily anticipated the Berlin Christmas Market attack in December.