“Breakdown in Tokyo” in the feature film competition of the “achtung berlin festival”

Zoltan Paul’s new film “Breakdown in Tokyo”, which Darling Berlin will be releasing in the summer of 2018, will feature in this year’s feature film competition by achtung berlin. The mockumentary tells the story of a director in his life crisis who actually wants to document his son’s Japan tour, but plunges into a ludicrous…

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Darling Berlin again main partner of “achtung berlin – new berlin film award”

Our film label Darling Berlin supports as one of the main partner again the film festival for new German cinema from Berlin and Brandenburg achtung berlin. Among other awards, Darlin Berlin  sponsors the prizes for the best actress and best actor in the feature film competition. The fourteenth edition of the achtung berlin – new…

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Available today: “Hellstone – Welcome to Hell” on Blu-Ray, DVD and VoD portals

The comeback of the big 80s horror movies is coming up. Inspired by cult films such as “Friday the 13th”, “A Nightmare on Elm Street” or “Dance of the Devil”, this German product by Andreas Lützelschwab & Achim Lützelschwab sets a crisp and bloody fragrance brand. “Hellstone – Welcome to Hell” (M-Square Pictures) is a creature feature…

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Clara Schramm and Naomi Achternbusch win “Preis der deutschen Filmkritik” for “Ugly & Blind”

The actresses Clara Schramm and Naomi Achternbusch won the Best German Actress Award at “Preis der deutschen Filmkritik” for their roles in the film Ugly & Blind (German: “Blind & Hässlich”) by Tom Lass, awarded on the occasion of the Berlinale 2018. The film was also nominated for the best male actor (Tom Lass) and for…

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Director Philipp Eichholtz receives “Variety’s 10 Europeans to Watch” tribute at the Berlinale

In front of around 2000 guests, Berlin director Philipp Eichholtz received the award “Variety’s 10 Europeans to Watch” at the Ritz Hotel on Potsdamer Platz on Saturday from Variety editor-in-chief Steven Gaydos and Medienboard boss Kirsten Niehuus. Eichholtz’s film “Rückenwind von vorn” (English “Away You Go”) opened the perspective of this year’s Berlinale and will…

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