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


Documenting a unique recording and the travels that inspired it. 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

Lady Gaga as Barbra Streisand as Judy Garland plays a singer who becomes a star while the male star who discovers her succumbs to his alcohol and drug addiction. The fourth version of the material – not counting variations like ALL ABOUT EVE, ... read more


The Magic of Flight – Der Traum vom Fliegen

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A couple living in a Las Vegas sewer, a loner in an abandoned military bunker, an army veteran in a Mars research station in the desert. ABOVE AND BELOW is a visually stunning and gentle documentary about people who live where the world ends. 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

Isabel (Michelle Williams) had dedicated her life to working in an Indian orphanage. Businesswoman Theresa (Julianne More) brings her back to New York under the pretense of wanting to donate money, but she actually has an entirely different motive. read more

Turning animation into reality through extensive CGI, the new ALADDIN offers all the pleasures of the Golden Age of film-musicals while slightly updating Princess Jasmine's motivations. read more

The commercial vessel Nostromo receives a distress call from an unexplored planet. After searching for survivors, the crew heads home only to realize that a deadly bioform has joined them. 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

90 minutes of water. In liquid and solid form. As ice and steam. The visually stunning essay film shows the element of water in its beauty and in its destructive power. read more

The best film about Van Gogh since Maurice Pialat‘s VAN GOGH (1991) and Robert Altman‘s VINCENT AND THEO (1990) depicts the artist as a pioneer of gestural painting and a forerunner of expressionist abstraction. read more


A documentary about Berlin's transformation through the years. read more

When rookie Alicia films a colleague killing a drug dealer, she has the whole department and the dealer's friends after her. And only one friend at her side. read more

Loose remake of the 1974 proto slasher. But in 2019 the stalking killer will find young women a far more combative prey than in previous years. read more

After the Director's Cut was only a compromise, this is finally the version of BLADE RUNNER Ridley Scott officially approves of. Visually restored and only recut minorly, rain-drenched neon over melancholic individuals questioning ... read more

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

Friends Amy and Molly have spent their school year conscientiously working on getting into a good college. When the find out that others have managed with far less denial, they have a new goal: party hard of the night and thoroughly misbehave before ... read more

Jared is raised in a caring home, but after telling his father, baptist preacher Marshall (Russell Crowe), about an incident in college, he puts him in the “Love in Action“ program that is meant to drive out his homosexuality. read more

An iconic Truman Capote adaptation with Audrey Hepburn. read more


A heartfelt tribute to music, craftsmanship, and a vanishing New York. 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

UFO sightings are becoming more frequent in the US. People are beginning to act strange. It becomes more and more clear that a close encounter with the third kind will occur. read more


Cultures clash in the Kleingärten of the former East read more

A documentary about people suffering from extreme right-wing attacks in Germany. read more

A US action film set on Christmas with Bruce Willis and Alan Rickman. read more

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

Feature film adaptation of the popular telly series. 1927: Everybody at Downton Abbey is getting very excited as the royal couple themselves are about to visit. But an assassin is also on the way. read more

Tim Burton reimagines the Disney classic about a flying elephant calf, in near-realistic CGI. read more


Non-professional actors playing themselves following a screenplay based on their own experiences: EASY LOVE by director Tamer Jandali is an experiment in matters of cinematic authenticity. read more

Edie Moore took care of her paralyzed husband for 30 years. When he dies, the octogenarian continues with her daily routine – until an old postcard falls into her lap and she remembers an old dream of hers. read more

ERDE is the most beautiful film about the end of humanity since Lars von Trier‘s MELANCHOLIA. Director Nikolaus Geyrhalter shows the enormous changes that Earth goes through because of people in seven chapters. read more

A documentary about artist Michelangelo, based on the exhibition of his work in the National Gallery of London. read more


A British animated film. 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

Documentary about a cooperative grocery store which gives its employees access to high-quality food in exchange for just three hours of work a month. 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

A cult film about sideshow freaks. read more

Part intimate portrait, part breath-taking extreme sport thriller, FREE SOLO follows climber Alex Honnold in his ascent of the 1000 m high El Capitan in Yosemite National Park. Alex is climbing it “free solo“ - all in one go with ... read more

FREEHELD tells the true story of Laurel Hester who worked for the Ocean County police for 23 years when she was diagnosed with cancer and couldn´t transfer her pension benefits to her partner in case of her death – a routine procedure had she ... 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


Aging hitman Henry Brogan (Will Smith) finds himself under fire from a younger assassin who turns out to be his younger clone. read more

The band may be virtual but the musicians onstage are very real and numerous. Footage from the stage show as well as backstage. read more

In 1962 African-American pianist Dr. Don Shirley needs a driver to accompany him on a risky tour in the South and hires Italian-American bouncer Tony Lip for the job. read more

A cult horror comedy from the 80s. read more


The love story between a young man from a wealthy house whose neuroticism leads to an obsession with death, and Maude, an 80 year old who is non-confirmist and filled with energy. read more

A group of friends visit a haunted house, which advertises itself as extreme. All of a sudden, their nightmares become deadly real. read more

A neo Western about two lowlifes who rob banks in order to buy back their Ma’s farm. Jeff “TRUE GRIT” Bridges is the Sheriff who is after them. Nick Cave made the music. read more

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

A group of strippers drug and rob patrons of their club, getting rich in the process. It does not take long for internal tensions to arise. read more


IF BEALE STREET COULD TALK is a 2018 American romantic drama film directed and written by Barry Jenkins, based on James Baldwin's novel of the same name. read more

27 years after the events of IT, the Loser's Club, who have gone their separate ways, comes together again - because the evil returns every 27 years. 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 US fantasy film with Dwayne Johnson, Karen Gillan, and Kevin Hart. 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

Kate works as an elf at an all-year-christmas-shop but has a more grinchy attitude. Hunky, insightful Tom is trying to change that. But there is something odd about him. read more

Young writer Molly Patel (Mindy Kaling) has to save Katherin Newbury‘s (Emma Thompson) late night show from getting cancelled. read more

Little Saroo falls asleep in a freight car one night and lands in Calcutta 1600 kilometers away. Adult Saroo begins to search for his roots years after being adopted by an Australian family. read more

Simon is a normal average US teen. The 16 year old hasn‘t told anyone he‘s gay though. When a fellow student talks about his own homosexuality online, Simon establishes contact with the anonymous person. read more


Sequel to Disney's dark-fairy-fantasy. Aurora wants to marry the Prince and leave the moors, which angers the razor-cheekboned Maleficent. read more

In Asif Kapadia‘s film about Diego Maradona, he focuses on his time in SC Neapel, the most spectacular era of Maradona‘s career. 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

The opulently filmed biopic tells the story of Mary Magdalene as an emancipatory story. read more

While the original Banks children have now grown up, there’s a new generation of Banks children in need of Mary’s particular brand of whimsy, and so, Mary Poppins… um... returns read more

A physics lecture, a love story, a grief story, a thriller, a tragedy. Nora misses Aron, and Mariko Minoguchi spins a complex web made out of memory and clues in her debut. read more

A group of college students travel to Northern Sweden in order to study a pagan community. Ari Aster boils down high-culture cult motifs into ornaments, fun, and shock effects. read more

Roland Emmerich's MIDWAY feels like a throwback to a bygone era of moviemaking. read more

Stanley Nelson‘s film about Miles Davis is one of the better musician's biographies in recent years, without being formally different from the others. read more

Paul Schrader’s bold, colorful masterpiece receives a timely re-release. 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

Mike Leigh tells the story of the last years of the British painter William Turner who developed an impressionist sensibility 50 years before the French impressionists entered the scene. Timothy Spall as Mr. Turner delivers the best performance of ... read more

Isabelle and James are in the middle of a divorce and an acrimonious custody battle over their daughter Zoe when she suddenly falls seriously ill. read more


Live broadcast of Phoebe Waller-Bridge's performance about an oversexed, self-obsessed woman monologuing. read more

Four elderly actresses drink tea and chat. Roger Michell’s film is a gentle, though unsentimental group portrait of Judi Dench, Maggie Smith, Joan Plowright, and Eileen Aitkens. read more


Keira Knightley plays whistleblower Katharine Gun, who unveils the attempt of the British secret service to push the Iraq War. 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


Extremely cute adaptation of Michael Bond’s children’s classic, with a friendly message about emigration and hospitality thrown in. 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

Her passion made Peggy Guggenheim one of the most influential US art patrons, collectors, and gallery owners. She shows that art and life stand in mutual exchange. read more

A British animated film set in a Playmobil universe. read more

In painterly images of great tranquility and beauty with volcanic passion just beneath the surface, Céline Sciamma has made one of the most beautiful love stories seen in years. read more


Photographer Richard Billingham’s directorial debut is a starkly brutal yet beautiful memoir. read more

A young bride gets to play a deadly game of Hide and Seek with her new family. read more

85-year old Joan Stanley (Judi Dench) enjoys retirement in a peaceful London suburb when the MI5 knocks on her door. It turns out, the old lady used to work as a spy for Russia. Based on the real life story of Melita Norwood. read more

The ultimate Elton John musical: prioritizing energy and fun over historical accuracy. ROCKETMAN gaily races through the life of Elton John from his youth until 1983. read more


A group of teens find a book of scary stories, and soon find themselves the main characters in them. And as none of them end well for its protagonists... read more

Eva is what is called an “influencer,“ a term that is often used disparagingly. But you could also say: she is an artist with internet access. read more

Jamie Bell plays skinhead Bryon Widner who was raised to become the crown prince of Nazi terrorist group “Vinlanders Social Club“ by a backwoods neo-Nazi couple before leaving the scene with the help of Black activist Daryle Jenkins. read more

A yeti discovers something that allegedly doesn't exist at all - a human! read more

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

A Chinese family epic spanning three decades. The private and the political meld together at a time of constant change. read more

Peter Park travels to Europe with Ned and MJ. They go on a sightseeing bus in London and take selfies in Venice. But an unexpected visit in a backpacker hostel can only mean one thing: Spider Man has a new mission. read more

The 8th part of the sci-fi fantasy series directed by Rian Johnson. read more

Yes, the triple trilogy is actually finished now. No, we haven't seen it yet either. But some of us are very excited. read more

The new STAR WARS movie. read more

Traumatized Dan Torrance meets fellow Shiner Abra, a very powerful psychic. Abra needs against the ruthless Rose the Hat and her clan of psychic vampires. read more

Hobby sailor Rike sees an overcrowded refugee boat that is about to sink off the coast of Africa. The coastguard demands that Rike should stay away and promises to send help, but no rescue boats are coming. read more

Aged superheroes in an Irish retirement home have to reactivate for one last mission. 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


Continuing the timeline from TERMINATOR 2: JUDGMENT DAY, the new instalment sees the return of Sarah Connor and an improved liquid-metal Terminator. Arnold will be back, too, as well as new arrival Natalia Reyes (BIRDS OF PASSAGE). read more

Chas Addams' ooky spooky family rendered in 3D animation. After having to flee their old town, the Addams attempt to settle in New Jersey. The locals are none too happy about this. read more

Dying Golden Retriever Enzo looks back on his life and that of his owner Denny, a man torn between the love for his family and that for racing. read more

A couple wishes to do their bit for a better global future by starting an organic farm in California. They have a rocky road ahead. read more

Tom Hooper’s (THE KING’S SPEECH) lavish reimagining of the life of Lili Elbe, one of the first transsexuals ever to undergo sex reassignment surgery. read more

Even though the name of the US president isn‘t mentioned, demagogue Trump, his followers, and the insidious decay of values and moral inevitably come to mind in Jarmusch‘s meta zombie film. 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

No one has filmed malice, lies, deception as wonderfully as Yorgos Lanthimos has in THE FAVOURITE in a long time. read more

A boy is taken in by a rich family in the Upper East Side after his mother dies in a terrorist attack at MoMA. read more

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

A new adaptation of Dr. Seuss's book. 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

A fantasy film for children directed by Eli Roth starring Cate Blanchett, Jack Black, and Kyle MacLachlan. read more

Biography of mafia hitman Frank Sheeran. Starring Robert De Niro and directed by Martin Scorsese. read more

A group of lonely souls find each other in a Christmassy, snowy New York. 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

A small girl finds out that her neighbor once had to make a force landing in the desert where he met the little prince, a boy from a planet far away. read more

An imaginative boy reads about the adventures in the land of Fantasia. He realizes he is part of the story himself and that he must save the mythical land. read more

Forrest Tucker (Robert Redford) is a friendly older gentlemen with an unusual hobby: he likes to rob banks. He isn‘t doing it to supplement his pension. It‘s all about the thrill, the feeling of being alive. 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

THE REPORT is a dramatization of how one man created the largest paper trail investigation in the history of the U.S. Senate — the 6,000-page Senate Intelligence Committee report on CIA torture. read more

Shaun finds a stranded (and very charming) alien girl and has to help her get home. But until he suceeds she can help him with the tricks he plays on Bitzer. read more

Rio de Janeiro in the 1950s. 18 year old Euridice Gusmão dreams of a career as a pianist, while her older sister Guida oggles men. When she runs off with a sailor, their parents break up. The sisters begin a search for each other which will span ... read more

Frustrated Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio asks Pope Benedict XVI. to accept his resignation. Instead, the German invites him to the Vatican for some deep conversations. At the end of them, there is a proposal. read more

Hermann Meuter and Janie Wray record whale activities in order to use this scientific data to support the battle of the indigenous population of British Columbia against a planned liquid gas project. read more

Dome Karukoski‘s biopic of intellectual and language lover Tolkien focuses on his early biography – the orphan‘s school days and Tolkien‘s experience in World War I. read more

A sequel that introduces a new toy, namely Forky (voiced by Keanu Reeves). read more


Comedy-musical about the eponymous plushies learning to love themselves before venturing out into the Big World. read more


Directors Claudia Richarz an Ulrike Zimmermann present their comprehensive and non-sensationalistic research into the history of the female anatomy from the 16th to the 21st century. read more


Stacie Passon‘s adaptation of the eponymous Shirley Jackson novella looks like a colorful Young Adult novel adaptation at first glance, but the abysses soon open up more and more. read more

A political didactic play and joyful farce about the university business. read more

Cate Blanchett is Bernadette Fox. Once a celebrated architect in LA, she is now a feared, eccentric neighbor and mother in Seattle. read more

Madeleine Olnek‘s comedy envisions a happy, lesbian private life for poet Emily Dickinson. read more

Irish actress and singer Jessie Buckley plays singer Roselynn Harlan, who dreams of performing in Nashville but has to stand on her feet again after being in prison in her hometown Glasgow. 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

Thrilling documentary about extreme skiing and snowboarding. read more

10 year old Auggie prefers to wear his astronaut helmet so that no one can see that his face is deformed from birth. But now he has to go to a normal school and learn to stand up to bullies and find friends. read more


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

Janaina, Joy, Emmy, and Abbie are Berliner girls on the cusp of adulthood in a party and drug haze. They play themselves, more or less. read more


The zombie-killing almost-a-family is back. On a roadtrip they encounter evolved zombies, competitive survivors and love. They are headed for Las Vegas after all. read more

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