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After a bank robbery, an ex-soldier and his adopted brother are on the run from the police in a stolen ambulance. Michael Bay's remake of a 2005 Danish film. read more


Nine year old Buddy grows up in 1960s Belfast in a Protestant family who are thinking about moving to England while the “Troubles“ escalate around them. read more

A documentary about singer Bettina Wegener. read more

The surreal, historical discourse pop comedy takes the vampire metaphors found in Marx‘ Kapital seriously and interrogates how valid Marxist categories are today. read more

Diane Keaton, Jane Fonda, Candice Bergen, and Mary Steenburgen play four college friends who have had a book club for years and are inspired to have romantic adventures after reading “Fifty Shades of Gray.“ read more


Radio journalist Johnny (Joaquin Phoenix) interviews children in different cities about their plans, worries, and also, what makes them happy. When his sister Vivien has to take care of her mentally distressed ex-husband, Johnny takes Vivien‘s ... read more

New York, 1952. In the Christmas season the shop girl Therese (Rooney Mara) makes the acquaintance of a glamorous housewife: Carol (Kate Blanchett). They embark on a relationship they both daren’t call love. read more

Finnish archeology student Laura and Russian miner Ljoha have to share a train compartment during the long journey from Moscow to Murmansk. read more


Nine alternating talking men. A questioner. A black background. It‘s about rape fantasies, desires, the role of their own mother, projections, constellations during sex, weaknesses, hopes, feminism. read more

Sam (Gabriel Byrne) is an alcoholic and a university professor and an old charmer, even if that doesn‘t totally work anymore. Recently, he‘s been having strange hallucinations and is haunted by memories of his father. read more

Hercule Poirot has to solve a murder while being on holiday in Egypt. Everybody on the boat has a motive but the world's greatest detective is just getting started. read more

Psychopath Mike traps innocent Pam and her two friends in his car and kills them in a crash. When he tries to repeat this sick game with another female trio, he meets with unexpected resistance. read more

More manic multiverse-hopping from surgeon/sorcerer Stephen Strange and his friends. read more

A traumatized Army Ranger has to escort the equally traumatized service dog of a fallen comrade to the latter's funeral. The two bond. read more


The Magic of Flight – Der Traum vom Fliegen

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The residents and staff at Downton Abbey have to face new challenges as society changes around them. read more


Considering all of its absurd ideas, butt plug jokes, martial arts sequences, wobbly eyes and parallel universes, EEAAO is a very moving and charming family film. read more


While super-terrorist Castor Troy is in a come, FBI-agent Sean Archer has to wear his face to find a bomb Troy set before his accident. But then Troy wakes up and takes over Archer's life and face. read more

1926: Newt Scamander just finished travelling and found many magical creatures. He makes a stop in New York. read more

Luke Holland asked the perpetrator generation about their memories of the Nazi regime, their involvement and guilt for over 10 years. read more

A teenage pyrokinetic and her father are on the run from a sinister government agency. read more

Story of an obsessed opera-lover whose dream it is to bring opera to the deep Amazon jungle. In order to do so he manages to haul a 300-plus ton steamship over the mountains. A film by Werner Herzog. read more


From the concentration camp directly to prison: Hans Hoffmann (Franz Rogowski) is gay and that is still considered a crime in post-war FRG. He meets Viktor (Georg Friedrich) there, who is in prison for murder. read more


France in the 1960s. Anne is in her early 20s, a gifted student who is working towards becoming a teacher. But then she gets unexpectedly pregnant and all of the doors that were open to her are now closing. read more

Ridley Scott‘s adaptation of the story of the inglorious end of the family business Gucci is great theater, somewhere between Macbeth, THE GODFATHER, and a tabloid, between shrill farce and epic tragedy. read more


Film version of the musical drama set in a quarter of the Washington Heights neighbourhood of Upper Manhattan. read more


Documentary about Jim Allison's decade-long struggle to find a cure for cancer, which ultimately led him to receive the 2018 Nobel Prize. read more


Richard Williams (Will Smith) has carefully planned out the tennis careers of his two daughters Venus (Saniyya Sidney) and Serena (Demi Singleton). Nevertheless, Richard scandalizes the rich, white upper class ball sport world. read more


Today he‘s a novelist, in the GDR he was a hero of the resistance. Ludger Fuchs applies to look at his Stasi file – and unveils parts of his life that he has suppressed. read more

LICORICE PIZZA is set in 1973, the oil crisis is imminent. In easy-going anecdotes, Paul Thomas Anderson chronicles the life of film producer Gary Goetzman, a friend of Anderson‘s, as well as the water beds, pinballs, celebrities and old records. read more

In the documentary LOVING HIGHSMITH, Patricia Highsmith‘s private life is at the center: the diaries that were published in honor of her 100th birthday give intimate insights, former lovers appear in front of the camera and get a chance to speak. read more

Tourism invades the remote Tyrolean mountain world of an occult Christian and her disturbed son. The film of Haneke student Peter Brunner is crude and distressing, but also a deeply impressive mixture of FUNNY GAMES, THE EXORCIST and HEIDI. read more


West Berlin as a gay place of yearning, a place of refuge, an island, and a tourist magnet. A very personal, moving chronology of gay Berlin history from the police raids under paragraph 175, which declared homosexuality to be illegal, to the AIDS ... read more

Jessica (Tilda Swinton) is woken up by a muffled bang. She‘s the only one who can hear the sound. The sound scares her at first, but then she wants to hear it more and more. read more

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

Origin story for Morbius The Living Vampire. Set in the Sony Spider-Man Universe. read more


The documentary delves into the background of the arrest and imprisonment of Alexei Navalny in 2021, especially focusing on what happened since the Russian oppositionist was poisoned by agents of the Russian secret service FSB. read more

German-Persian NICO (Sara Fazilat) is brutally attacked on the way home from a party – and with that everything changes for the fun-loving and confident Berliner geriatric nurse. read more


Bastian Günther‘s feature is about an endurance competition in which participants have to put their hand on an expensive pickup truck for as long as they can. read more


Two mothers who meet at a hospital. One is full of fear, the other is overjoyed. Absent mothers, absent fathers, absent children. Past, present, and future. read more

Film adaptation of the popular tv show. Heroic pups have to save their city and defeat the evil Mayor Humdigger. read more

19 year old Linnéa came to California from Sweden to become a porn star. Carefully researched and shot with a cast of actors and porn stars, PLEASURE is about the compromises that Linnéa makes in order to pursue her dream. read more

England 1984. Based on true events, PRIDE tells the story of an unusual friendship between a group of lesbian and gay activists and a mining community in Wales. read more


Rabiye Kumas, a Turkish housewife and mother who is clueless about legal and political matters, has been fighting for the release of her son from Guantánamo prison for five years with the help of a German human rights lawyer. read more

With no money, job, or prospects, ex-porn star Mikey returns to Texas and shows up at Lexi‘s, who is still technically his wife, and begs to sleep on her couch. When he meets 17 year old donut seller Strawberry, he decides to make it big as a porn ... read more

RIVER is pure luxury. A hired orchestra, Willem Dafoe as the narrator and footage of rivers that – without exaggeration – are some of the most beautiful and sublime images that a documentary has ever shown. read more


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Sam (Colin Firth) and Tusker (Stanley Tucci) travel across England in their caravan and visit the places of their childhood. It is a goodbye trip because Tusker has dementia. read more


The documentary accompanies young Canadian climber Marc-André Leclerc, or tries to at least. Leclerc prefers to climb alone, “solo,“ meaning without protection and “on sight,“ meaning without a test run. read more

A gang of criminal animals, known as Mr. Wolf, Mr. Piranha, Mr. Snake, Mr. Shark, and Ms. Tarantula, have to better heir ways to avoid serving prison. But then a new villain shows itself. Animated adaptation of the childrens book. read more

Matt Reeves (CLOVERFIELD) reboots the BATMAN-franchise, with Robert Pattinson as the caped crusader, Zoe Kravitz as Catwoman and Colin Farrell as the Penguin. The trailer suggests it will get gritty. And who is the Riddler? read more

Director Bryan Bertino (THE STRANGERS) uses elements from the haunted house films of the last 30 years and keeps heightening the scares right until it reaches the last confrontation revolving around old David Straker‘s soul read more

Cat painter Louis Wain (Benedict Cumberbatch) has a lot of talent and just as many quirks. He sees electric voltage in all living things. Images vibrate and shimmer on the canvas in this tragicomedy. read more

In his most recent film Wes Anderson tells stories about the last edition of an imaginary American magazine in an imaginary French town. read more

An iconic anti-Nazi satire. read more

Romantic novelist Lorettas Sage (Bullock) and her book cover model (Channing Tatum) are kidnapped by an evil billionaire seeking an ancient treasure. They can free themselves but have to rely on their wits to make their way across the jungle. read more

Robert Eggers fulfilled a dream and made a Viking film. THE NORTHMAN is an adaptation of the Nordic saga that went on to inspire Shakespeare to make “Hamlet“ centuries later. read more

The documentary named after the eponymous book, which was told from 13 year old Naoki Higashida‘s perspective, lends insight into the world of people with autism in a multifaceted and sensitive way. read more

A boy who communicates with spirits seeks the help of a child psychologist. read more

Captain Pete "Maverick" Mitchell is still flying fighter planes against an unnamed nation's MIGs. A new and secret mission has him meet old rivals, sons of friends and new challenges. read more

A glamorous couple arrives in Paris, a biker picks up a beautiful, enraptured woman in a parking lot. Claire Denis‘ film with Vincent Gallo, Beatrice Dalle, and music by the Tindersticks. read more


Adaptation of the videogame franchise. The young treasure hunter Nathan Drake (Holland) teams up with the veteran Sullivan (Wahlberg) to seek a fabled treasure. But bad guys are also looking for it. read more


Horror journalist Joel wakes up in a closed bar where serial killers are having a self-help seminar. Everyone has set their sights on him. A horror comedy. read more

VORTEX is about a couple in their 80s, played by Dario Argento and Francoise Lebrun. He tries to maintain the illusion of routine and work, she keeps getting lonelier in her dementia. Gaspar Noé follows the two of them with separate cameras in ... read more


Steven Spielberg re-adapts the Bernstein musical about forbidden love between two members of opposing New York street gangs. read more

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

Frauke doesn't feel desirable at almost 60 years old. Her daughter Julie wants to finally start her career as a model. Julie's daughter-in-law Sonja is struggling with her body, which becomes the expression of her life crisis after two pregnancies. read more



In 1979, a small, ambitious film crew drives to an isolated farm where they plan on filming THE FARMER‘S DAUGHTER, an “artful“ porn. 24 hours after the team‘s arrival, the local sheriff is confronted with the traces of a bloodbath. read more

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