Our culture correspondent Wolfgang Spindler picks through the best and the rest for your viewing pleasure
The Berlinale heaps honours on "Touch me not", the film festival's most controversial entry, an exploration of sexuality and taboos.
Movie made by star's cousin seeks to capture the glory years of the star's ascent to pop fame.
Claire Foy and Joshua Leonard star in Soderbergh's psychological thriller
The 62-year-old actor, a regular at the Berlin film festival, is known for his versatility on stage and screen
Euronews' correspondent rates it among the best films of the festival so far.
"The Isle of Dogs" is the festival's first-ever animated opener, and features some of the biggest names in world cinema doing the voices.
World-renowned German cinematographer, Michael Ballhaus, has died at the age of 81.
The bear hunt is over – in Berlin at least and the stars could relax.
It's a wrap at the Berlinale film festival with the coveted Golden Bear award - unusually - going to a love story.
Logan, billed as the final Wolverine film, has premiered at the Berlinale film festival in the German capital.
‘Fifty Shades Darker’ is the second instalment of the erotic trilogy and in the movie the romantic relationship between Anastasia Steele and Christian Grey is…
Oscar winning director Volker Schlöndorff has made a welcome appearance at this year’s Berlin Film Festival.
They came from ‘The Lost City of Z’ – the film that is to the fervour of the red carpet at the Berlinale.
Using humour to depict the hardship faced by Syrian refugees might not seem the most obvious approach to take, but that’s exactly what Finnish director Aki Kaurishmaki has done with his latest work “T
Modern day Kinshasa and the realities of life in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
The 67th edition of the “Berlinale” kicked off on Thursday evening with a star-studded opening ceremony.
Movie fans arrived early determined not to miss out on tickets for the 67th Berlin International Film Festival – The Berlinale.
The Berlin Film Festival is like to be the most political of the big festivals.
Barriers and walls hang over the opening of 67th Berlin Film Festival.
Twenty years have passed.
Valerie Bruni Tedeschi is among the nominees for Best Actress in the European Film Awards for her performance in the movie “Like Crazy".
Astrid, a successful TV comic, is facing an emotional dilemma, she is pregnant with her second child, but the baby has some serious health issues.
The Commune by acclaimed Danish director Thomas Vinterberg is a partly autobiographical dramedy set in a 1970s commune.
Mani Haghighi's film 'A Dragon Arrives' is a detective story set in 1960s Iran infused with counter-culture references and magical realism inspired by Beckett, Ionesco and Pinter.
The Berlinale is not just about glitz and glamour but is also a chance for first time directors to make their mark with Golden Bear awards for short films.