Sweden - Cameras are rolling in Sweden for five new Inga Lindström movies, powered by women. Four out of five scripts are written by women, two movies are shot by a female director and for the first time, a female DOP is on board.
Munich - Emotions are running high in this high-stakes special event. Eva and Christoph survive a tragic plane crash. As they fight their way back to civilization through the mountainous Carpathian wilderness, their families face an agonizing wait, uncertain of their fate.
Vienna - The Sky Original Production "Das Boot" was awarded the" Prize of the Jury" at the 30th ROMY® Awards in Vienna. This prestigious Austrian Film and Television Award is curated by the daily newspaper Kurier and honors the very best in Film & TV in memory of the actress Romy Schneider.
Cologne - Grumpy Old Cops is currently shooting 16 more episodes in Cologne for the popular access prime time slot of Das Erste (ARD). Peter Lechbaumer joins Tilo Prückner and will be taking on role of Inspector Günter Hoffmann.
Stuttgart - The 250th episode #Mord (#murder) dives into the dark side of the world wide web, featuring a murder streamed in real-time online. It also marks the first episode of Bärbel Stolz as constable Sybille Beyer. Bärbel Stolz is a popular German Comedian with her own well-known YouTube persona.
Cologne - Filming of the latest Crime Scene: Cologne installment starts today in Cologne. Detectives Max Ballauf (Klaus J. Behrendt) and Freddy Schenk (Dietmar Bär) investigate the murder of a youth welfare officer and are quickly stuck in the middle of child support and custody battles.
Dortmund - During their investigation of their 15th case, commissioners Peter Faber (Jörg Hartmann), Martina Bönisch (Anna Schudt), Nora Dalay (Aylin Tezel) and Jan Pawlak (Rick Okon) discover an abysmal network in which children are traded like goods.
Berlin - Red carpet for Heinrich Breloer and his entire film crew: His new docu-fiction event two-parter "Brecht" celebrated its world premiere on Saturday at the Berlinale in the presence of the President of Germany, Frank-Walter Steinmeier.
Berlin - On Saturday, February 9th, Heinrich Breloer’s docu-fiction event „Brecht“ celebrates its world premiere at the Berlin Film Festival in attendance of Frank-Walter Steinmeier, the President of Germany.
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