By Jessica Duncanson Since the silent era, style has been a crucial part of cinema’s expression. From high-class glamour to gruesome horror costumes, cinematic fashion has been notable for its boldness, uniqueness, as well as its […]
By Jessica Duncanson BFI Flare: London LGBT Film Festival review Director: Jakob M. Erwa Adapted from Andreas Steinhöfel’s 1998 novel of the same name, Center of My World (Die Mitte der Welt) revolves around the intimate life […]
By Jonathan Walik Directed by Till Kleinert A rural German village has recently become home to a supposedly vicious wolf that has made the woods its new stomping ground. A bright eyed, earnest police officer […]
By Jonathan Walik Dir: Jakob Lass Clemens (Franz Rogowski) is the new trainee at a luxury wellness center. Earnest, shy and introverted, he is more interested in practicing the removal of bad energies than chasing […]
A little gem from a heavyweight German filmmaker.
Dir: Til Schweiger By Harriet Beaney When Keinohrhasen (literally, Rabbits Without Ears) first hit German cinemas in 2007 it was a box office success, attracting waves of young people to the cinema and becoming the […]