The shape of planet Earth is not perfectly spherical. It rather looks like a potato. Climate scientist Phoebe Phaidon starts with a teaching contract at the Institute for Cybernetics at ... See full summary »
Berlin, summer 2016. In the last house in the no-man's-land behind the new main station, Nola, Katja and Martina live in an artist-shared flat. Their time is numbered, because soon Europacity will be created here.
Irene von Alberti
A young German couple find their relationship tested after his mother suffers an accident. Thirty years later, a middle-aged actress splits with her anthropologist husband. Soon, these two couples' paths cross in unexpected ways.
Poetic passage through varied landscapes along the former Berlin Wall. Beatt and Swinton re-trace its line 21 years after Cycling the Frame, this time on both sides of the Wall that once isolated West Berlin.
In his autobiography, writer Günter Kunert details how this film first passed through East German censorship and was then suddenly taken out of theaters because somebody finally noticed dialog which could be interpreted as critical of the ruling Socialist Party. See more »