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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

The short films nominated for this year's Academy Award read more

Australian director Damon Gameau travelled across the world looking for climate change solutions. read more

On paper, 21 BRIDGES does offer an interesting variation to a standard cops and robbers story by introducing a cop in the DIRTY HARRY mold - and then asks, what if Dirty Harry’s willingness to violence was purposefully used against him? read more


Documenting a unique recording and the travels that inspired it. read more

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 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

Astronaut Roy McBride travels to the outer edges of the solar system to look for his missing father. He uncovers secrets that call human existence and our place in the universe in question on his journey. read more

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

How will what is left of our heroes defeat Thanos and reverse the damage he caused during INFINITY WAR. And will all be as it was afterwards? read more


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

Detectives Mike Lowry and Marcus Burnett are back. Older but not wiser, and still more than happy to blow stuff up when an old enemy comes looking for vengeance. read more

Director Mark Jenkin tells a tale of gentrification of Cornwall in grainy 16mm black and white that‘s jumpy and scratched. Martin, a fisherman without a boat, has to renovate the house of newly arrived Londoners, but he has his own plans. read more

After breaking up with Mistah J., Harley finds some new friends, forms a kick-ass, all-woman team and gets a very cute new pet. But there is also a new enemy. read more

Dezzy, an artist going through an artistic block and looming homelessness experiences increasingly extreme fragments of a hellish trip between her blackouts after taking a new super drug. read more

Is there anything more to say about this film? Top-notch music, terrific actors, good action. The Blues Brothers are on a mission to raise money for the Catholic orphanage where they grew up. To help they decide to out their blues band back together. read more

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

Drama based on real events about three high-level Fox-presenters who take the CEO of the network to court about illegal firing and sexual harrassment. But it's not easy to get other women to come forward. read more

Lars, an army sergeant, is let go after a flirt with a colleague and joins an ultra-nationalist group. Skinhead Jimmy is meant to coach the new guy, and doesn't hide his aversion. The two soon fall for each other. read more


Abandoned kitten Victoria stumbles onto the Jellicle Cats' annual ball, where one cat is chosen to be reborn. Adaptation of the terrifyingly successful Webber-musical. read more

Reboot/Sequel for the 21st century of the action comedy about three attractive women kicking arse and saving the world. read more

Horror film about a mobile app that tells you the exact time of your death. And is more than happy to help you on your way if you prove uncooperative. read more


Father Urs convinces daughter Jette to do a voluntary social year in South America – but she doesn‘t really want to leave the province. read more

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

Dr. Dolittle, the vet who can speak to animals has to journey across the sea to cure a poisoned Queen Victoria. Stars an all-star-cast as the voices of various animals. read more


The Magic of Flight – Der Traum vom Fliegen

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Based on the educational Nickelodeon animation series. Dora is now a teenager and has to travel to the Peruvian jungle to rescue her parents and find a legendary city of gold. read more



Danny gets tasked with signing the Shanty Choir from Port Isaac to a record label. When he realizes that this was a joke, he is already knee deep in the small town‘s network of relationships. read more

A men‘s film: in 1966 the Ford company, known for its tasteful family cars, challenged Ferrari‘s leading position as a race car manufacturer. read more

Christian Alvart‘s remake of the Spanish thriller LA ISLA MINIMA (2014) is set in the Oderbruch in 1992. A West German inspector and an East German inspector meet in order to investigate a series of murders targeting young girls. read more

Anna, Elsa and their friends have to set off to an enchanted forest, after a mysterious call goes out to Elsa, which may hold the secret to her powers as well as to bringing back their parents. read more



In Claire Denis‘ science fiction film a prison spaceship is racing towards a black hole. On board, Dr. Dibs (Juliette Binoche) conducts fertility experiments and lives out her desires in a “fuckbox“ while Monte (Robert Pattinson) remains ... read more

Haditze, a daughter and beekeeper in a remote Macedonian village, takes care of her mother and the bees that live in craggy rock faces, tree trunks, and ruins and make honey. A documentary. read more

HUMAN NATURE condenses the polarizing discourse about CRISPR/Cas technology into an informative and thrilling documentary. read more


While the world around them is in uproar, four young Chileans do what teenagers do best. Hang with each other and wonder about the future ahead of them. read more

On a long-range mission to find new life, the crew of the Ikarie XB have to face dangers from outside as well as tensions within the ship. read more


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


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

The players have to re-enter the game after one of them got lost in it. New dangers and locals await them. read more


A dystopian sci-fi film directed by Wolf Gremm. read more

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


The morning begins like any other for Lara Jenkins. But today is a very special day for her: not only is it her 60th birthday, but her son Viktor is giving a big solo piano concert. He hasn't invited his mother. read more

Director Ladj Ly found Victor Hugo‘s “Les Misérables“ in the Parisian Banlieues of today. read more

Ana, a young compliance manager, discovers suspicious figures in her company‘s bookkeeping – the thriller that unfolds was shot in one take by director Tim Dünschede. read more

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

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


Nick Broomfield (KURT & COURTNEY, WHITNEY - CAN I BE ME) follows the relationship of Leonard Cohen and Marianne Ihlen from its beginnings on the Greek island of Hydra to Marianne's death. read more

The story of a marriage (Johanssen/Driver), told from the perspective of the subsequent long and arduous divorce proceedings. read more

An uptempo chronicle of a musical and style icon read more

Edward Norton‘s adaptation of Jonathan Lethem‘s exhillarating novel MOTHERLESS BROOKLYN is a good, solid noir film with a great jazz soundtrack. read more

A journey into the heart and soul of Michael Hutchence, lead-singer of INXS, a complex and shy man who spent his life in the public eye, rarely revealing his true self to anyone except his very close friends. read more


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


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

Ron Howard's biography of "The People's Tenor" Luciano Pavarotti. read more


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



Annekathrin Hendel portrays the East Berlin bouncer and photographer Sven Marquardt and his circle of friends. read more

A documentary about the current agricultural landscape. read more

Another selection of short films read more

What's on the screen? We won't tell. read more

High-velocity hedgehog on the run comes to Earth, and is chased further by the evil megalomaniac Dr. Robotnik (Jim Carrey). Only the local sheriff (James Marsden) will help him. Adaptation of the Sega-mascot. read more

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

Second-time helmer J.J. Abrams has always been less about exciting new things and more about delivering faithful homages. In this respect, he’s brought the latest series to a conclusion that feverishly tries to stack up one surprise after another ... read more

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


10 year old orphan Sophie meets a real-life giant and is taken to his mysterious home. There are also creatures that are dangerous for children there. read more

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

Ian McKellen plays con man Roy, who meets recently widowed Betty, played by Helen Mirren. read more

Another remake/instalment of the horror series based on the 1998 film JU-ON. Various groups and families are haunted by an evil spirit. read more

THE HATE U GIVE is not a true story, yet watching it feels like swallowing a pill in which every account of a police murder of a person of color in the US has been compacted, and laced with Red Bull. read more

An angry but poetic accusation of everything Jarman saw as wrong in Thatcher's Britain. read more

THE LIGHTHOUSE, a film about two men whose assignment as lighthouse keepers on a lonely rock island takes longer than planned, till food and alcohol becomes scarce, pulls you into a sense of impending doom and doesn’t let up. read more

The first US film from Austrian directing duo Severin Fiala and Veronika Franz (GOODNIGHT MOMMY). Two children drive to a mountain cabin with their soon-to-be stepmother. Mysterious things happen. read more

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

Modern take on the Wilde-novel with an art installation instead of a portrait. read more

Corneliu Porumboiu has made a funny, intricate crime thriller about a prison escape that involves a policeman having to learn the whistling language of the residents of La Gomera. read more

Thomas is challenged to a race around the world by an australian race car. read more

Tommaso (Willem Dafoe) has decided to leave art behind and dedicates his time to being a house husband, but secretly the yearning for his old life keeps getting greater. read more




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

In his documentary about the industrial-noise-rock band Swans, director Marco Borsia chooses to focus on band founder Michael Gira. read more

A garishly violent chamber piece in a small russian flat where nobody has a clear conscience or gets out unbloodied. read more


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

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