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At their father‘s funeral, brothers Georg (Bjarne Mädel) and Christian (Lars Eidinger) decide to go on the trip that they never went on as teens and chug along with their mopeds in the direction of Timmendorf Beach. read more


On February 23rd 2005, 23-year old German-Kurdish Berliner Hatun Aynur Sürücü was shot by her brother. Sherry Hormann‘s feature film tells her story. 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

A drama about a man who hallucinates his famous actor brother. 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

Stefan, Julia und Tobias are siblings. They are all experts in not talking about the things that really matter. read more

There's a secret behind Anna Polatova's breath-taking beauty: she isn't just one of the most in demand models, the young Russian also has unique abilities that make her one of the most feared assassins in the world. read more

One of the great films of all time. Francis Ford Coppola's 1979 antiwar drama with Martin Sheen and Marlon Brando. A director's cut version that is 49 min longer than the original. read more

A documentary in honor of the 50th anniversary of the first moon landing in July 1969 using unreleased 70 mm original footage and over 11,000 hours worth of audio material. read more

Scathing satire behind a cute façade 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

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

Axel believes in love and freedom, but in his real life he has neither – until his stoic neighbor Heiner arms him for a showdown with his nemesis, casino owner Manne. 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

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

A former East German punk and photographer with face tattoos and piercings. An African-American former GI. A West German school dropout. They all slid into the nightlife of this city somehow and got stuck there. read more

BLACKKKLANSMAN tells the (true) story of black police detective Ron Stallworth who pretended to be a white racist on the phone and entered the most inner circle of the Ku Klux Klan in the 70s. read more

Javed lives right in the middle of the ethnic and economic unrest of British Luton in 1987. When a classmate plays him Bruce Springsteen's music, Javed recognises the parallels between Springteen's vivid lyrics and his own life. read more

A photographer follows a couple in an English park. The woman visits him at his studio and demands to to get those pictures. He discovers something while developing the material: he seemed to have been photographing a murder. read more

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


Humphrey Bogart plays a cynical bar owner who meets his great love Ingrid Bergman again. She left him in Paris without giving a reason, and now she's the wife of an anti-fascist looking for a transit visa. read more

Erik Schmitt‘s first feature-length film is a playful, partially animated, lively homage to Berlin and a red-headed young woman named Cleo who is on a scavenger hunt. read more


An action adventure film set in a World War II submarine. read more

Miriam Bliese tells the story of a patchwork family falling in and out of love with a lot of time jumps in which the decisive moments only become clear in hindsight. read more

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

After the zombie apocalypse. Eva has no scruples when it comes to surviving. Vivi, on the other hand, is afraid and depressed. Together they have to fend for themselves in no man‘s land. 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


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

17 year old Stella has an incurable disease and spends most of her time in the hospital. She meets Will there, who rebels against his treatment. The smallest touch could put their lives in danger. 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

Anna Hartley is 15 years old when she meets DJ Feadz in Paris and produces a song with a him that makes her a star overnight: her second identity Uffie is born. read more


Jim Jarmusch’s documentary GIMME DANGER about The Stooges, who Jarmusch calls the “greatest rock ‘n roll back of all time” right at the beginning is an astoundingly conventional, perhaps deliberately relaxed rock documentary that contrasts ... 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

The east German songwriter Gerhard “Gundi“ had a turbulent relationship to the GDR state as both an informer and a distruptive element. A biopic. read more


A family tragedy turns into an escalating nighmare in this original and effective horror film. 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


A teenage girl lives in an underground high-security bunker and is being raised by humanoid robots. When a bloody woman appears in front of the Bunker, in puts both of their existence in question. read more

Angela Schanelec‘s film ICH WAR ZUHAUSE, ABER… is a film about carrying on after a catastrophe. read more


Tarantino's film about a stewardess who is trying her hand at the gangster world. read more

JANIS: LITTLE GIRL BLUE is a rather conventional yet moving portrait of rock icon Janis Joplin. read more

Paula is 31, with no job, and has recently become single. Her restless energy and honesty can be annoying, but she‘s also right in a way. read more

Excommunicado and on the run from the entire guild of assassins, John Wick has to return to his past. read more


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

1979: theres a murderer in the Parisian gay scene. The killer is targeting the cast of director Anna‘s (Vanessa Paradis) new porn film. When the police don‘t take action, Anne investigates herself. read more


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

The documentary KLEINE GERMANEN interviews representatives of the New Right and shows how right-wing ideology is transmitted within the family. read more

LOVE & MERCY is a portrait of Brian Wilson, the creative mind behind The Beach Boys at two crucial moments in his life: at the peak of his musical career, when he slips into a psychological crisis and twenty years later, when he meets the car ... read more

College professors Suzanne and Glenn have two sons: Nicholas and Chris. When Glenn is diagnosed with cancer, the family decides to spend the last summer days with him. Old conflicts resurface. read more

Lenz is a slacker and Ira is, too, or so Lenz thought. But then Ira starts talking about having children. Lenz splits. read more


The manic cult-revenge-fantasy MANDY provides great fanboy fun and features an irate Nicholas Cage completely losing the plot. read more

13-year-old Stevie befriends a small gang of cool skaters who are all older than he is. MID90s is one of the most honest looks at teens from bad environments in modern US cinema. read more

An animated film about the missing link. read more

Kenneth Branagh directs the classic whodunit. read more

Lucy (Ellen Page) and Mercy (Kate Mara) meet at a demonstration. It quickly becomes clear that they love each other, but their attitude towards the death penalty threatens to destroy their love. Lucy demonstrates to abolish it ever since her father, ... read more



Hypochondriac Berliner Juri constantly feels death approaching. One night he finally meets him for real, looking a small time criminal. Together they take a trip through the city's night life. There's danger, love and exotic birds. 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


Salvador Mallo was once a celebrated director, now he‘s battling his depression after having numerous illnesses. The screening of one of his early works takes him out of his creative crisis. read more

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

Tim Goodman (Justice Smith) is looking for his missing father, aided by Dad's old pokemon partner Pikachu. To everybody else Pikachu is unintelligible but to Tim, he sounds like Ryan Reynolds. read more


A British film based on The Who album. read more


Kena and Ziki are two young women from Nairobi who fall in love – despite their different personalities, rival families, and the people in their environment who can‘t wait to badmouth them. read more

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


Sally Hawkins saves the “Creature from the Black Lagoon” in Guillermo del Toro’s nostalgic Cannes-winner. read more

A collection of different shorts. read more

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

SONG FROM THE SEA, told in beautiful, hand painted animated images is the story of a brother and a sister who go through a series of adventures inspired by Irish folk tales and finally become friends. 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

An action comedy set in an uber. read more


A US comedy set during the Woodstock festival. read more

Ron Howard’s documentary shows excerpts of Beatles live shows from 1963 to 1966, the year when the band decided not to perform in public anymore. The film also chronicles the band’s story during the height of Beatlemania. 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

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

Oliver Stone's biopic of the larger-than-life icon Jim Morrison, the lead singer of The Doors. read more

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

Mike Nichols' timeless classic with Anne Bancroft and Dustin Hoffman is back in cinemas in a beautifully restored version. read more

A 2013 adaptation of F. Scott Fitzgerald's novel set on Long Island. Aspiring writer Nick Carraway moves to New York in 1922 and meets the mysterious millionaire Jay Gatsby and his cousin Daisy. The young man is soon drawn into the world of the ... 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 posh con-artist (Anne Hathaway) joins forces with a more brash upstart (Rebel Wilson) to trick and fleece men. 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

The film is about the counterculture and political unrest on US university campuses in the late 1960s. Simon James is an apolitical student who is indifferent to the protests around him. But things change when he starts a romantic relationship with ... 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


An alien disguised as Scarlett Johansson picks up hitchhikers in Scotland and leads them to their deaths. When she lets a disfigured young man escape, she becomes a fugitive herself. read more


High schooler Celeste (Raffey Cassidy) is heavily injured during a massacre at her school. She becomes a popstar after she sings during a memorial day. Years later Celeste (Natalie Portman) battles alcohol, drugs, and the hostile press. Music by ... 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

June and her mother create the magical Wonderland in their minds, an amusement park run entirely by friendly animals. Somehow the park becomes a reality but June soon finds her creation under threat from a cloud called The Darkness. read more



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


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