Articles of former East Germany from household items to flags are thrown away at a garbage dump outside of East Berlin, serving as a reminder of a state that no longer exists.
A captivating, intimate portrayal of the US president's Kenyan half-sister. Obama studied linguistics in Heidelberg, Germany, before enrolling in film school in Berlin, where she met director Okpako in the 1990s.
This film reports on the Eichsfeld region in Lower Saxony and Thuringia, describing its landscape, towns and inhabitants. Historical documents and images are contrasted with modern footage to illustrate the major changes that have taken place in this previously under-developed area.
Mutants live on a hermetically sealed, devastated planet. The film’s protagonist, a head with hands but no body, drags himself through a dreary, lightless landscape of isolated random organs and cell clusters.
During the Napoleonic Wars, Baron Eduard and his wife Charlotte live an reclusive and idyllic life together in an old castle. Driven to boredom by isolation, Eduard invites his friend Captain Otto to come stay, and Charlotte decides to bring her niece Ottilie back from boarding school.
In the early 1930s, the cabaret artist Emil Damaschke tries to keep his audiences entertained, but his excessive boldness gets him kicked out of the Rosenthaler cabaret.
Emilia Galotti, daughter of colonel Odoardo, unwittingly attracts the attention of the depraved and tyrannical prince of Guastalla.
The first part of a film series on sexual education, designed for parents of children and teens.
The second part of a film series on sexual education designed for parents of children and teens. Director Götz Oelschlegel addressed the taboo issue of sexuality well before the first films made by the champion of sexual education, Oswald Kolle, at the end of the 1960s.
The third part of a film series on sexual education, designed for parents of children and teens, that addressed the taboo issue of sexuality (well before the first films made by the champion of sexual education, Oswald Kolle, at the end of the 1960s).