Tag: german-cinema

Schramm Review

Schramm, digs into the neurons and synapses of a deranged and troubled killer which makes this film an intelligently banal masterpiece

People on Sunday Review

We review the BFI's newest release of People on Sunday - an early work of six of the finest émigré directors, writers and cinematographers.

Berlin 36 Review

The extraordinary story behind the women's Olympic high jump.

The Adventures of Prince Achmed in August

Blu-ray upgrade for Lotte Reiniger's classic animation.

Berlin 36 in August

Peccadillo Pictures to release the 2009 German sports drama.

Emil and the Detectives in July

Two adaptations of Erich Kästner's much-loved book for the price of one.

The Enigma of Kaspar Hauser Returns to the Big Screen

Cinema re-release for the Werner Herzog classic.

W+B Hein: Materialfilme Review

Experimental cinema out of West Germany.

Four Films with Asta Nielsen Review

A showcase for one of European cinema's very first female stars.

Die Oberhausener Review

This could very well be the DVD release of the year, reckons Anthony Nield.

El Bulli: Cooking in Progress Review

Behind the scenes at one of the world's greatest restaurants.

Lust for Love / The Tailor from Ulm Review

Two rarities from 'Heimat' director Edgar Reitz.

Mein Freund der Mörder / Al Capone von der Pfalz Review

Meet Bernhard Kimmel, the 'Al Capone of the Palatinate'...