In true Brechtian style, director Joachim A. Lang and his outstanding cast enthusiastically bring to life true events that followed the huge success of Bertolt Brecht’s 'Threepenny Opera'.
The celebrated and controversial classic 1931 film version of Bertolt Brecht’s The Threepenny Opera, which follows underworld anti-hero Macheath and his rivalry with Jonathan Peachum, the “beggar king” of London.
In a darkly evocative and brutally stark return to German cinema, Hollywood writer-director Robert Schwentke presents the arresting true tale of the wartime impostor Willi Herold.
From Markus Goller, the director of Friendship!, comes this captivating road trip comedy that delves into the heart of brotherhood starring Lars Eidinger and Bjarne Mädel.
A charming road movie about grumpy, hard-done-by gardener Schorsch who escapes his old life, finding new experiences and even happiness as he explores the German skies.
Tour-de-force performances from an A-list cast tell the story of Middle East expert Martin, who sets out to investigate two linked terrorist attacks.
Award-winning actor Frederick Lau leads this enthralling thriller about a former pro footballer and jailbird sucked into the dangerous world of sports-betting and match-fixing.
The legendary story of Bert Trautmann, Manchester City’s first German goalkeeper, is exquisitely portrayed in this romantic, life-affirming biography.
This tender and humorous mosaic of stories about the struggles and conflicts that come with middle age charmed audiences at its premiere at the 2018 Locarno Film Festival.
Based on the popular novel by Ingo Schultz this is an offbeat love story about a tailor and a waitress set against the backdrop of a disintegrating 1989 East Germany.
With sensibility, affection, and humour, multi-award-winning director Andreas Dresen presents this moving and endearing portrait of the beloved East German folk singer and songwriter Gerhard “Gundi” Gundermann.
Powered by Susanne Wolff’s outstanding performance, Styx bravely depicts the Western world’s indifference towards the refugee crisis telling the story of a woman who takes a life-changing solo yacht trip.
Valerie Pachner delivers a standout performance as Lola, a workaholic torn between the corporate world and family life in writer-director Marie Kreutzer’s pertinent psychological thriller-meets-drama.
Presented in the New Directors section at San Sebastián and at Zurich Film Festivals, this is a methodical portrait of a well-known top athlete who turned into a serial offender.
Competing in both San Sebastián and Toronto Film Festivals, Swiss director Simon Jaquemet’s psychological thriller boldly approaches spiritualism with a scepticism that both challenges and embraces people’s capacity to believe.