FRENZY by Emin Alper


by Emin Alper

Istanbul is in the grip of political violence. The state uses new underground techniques in the hunt for terrorists in shantytowns. Escalating pressure from the authorities creates suspicion and mistrust. For brothers Kadir and Ahmet, there’s no escape from the suffocating atmosphere that can turn friends into enemies.Their frenzied paranoia can only lead to destruction... A tense political drama from the acclaimed director of BEYOND THE HILL (2012 Berlinale Forum - Caligari Film Prize).

Gerhard Richter Painting by Corinna Belz

»Gerhard Richter Painting«

by Corinna Belz

GERHARD RICHTER PAINTING is a penetrating portrait of the artist at work. But it is also a film about seeing.
Inspired and challenged by the critical eye of the artist, we are reminded that visual art, defying linguistic barriers, can be one of the most precious and complex means of expression available to human beings.

Germany '09 by  a group of Germany's most acclaimed film directors

»Germany '09«

by a group of Germany's most acclaimed film directors

13 Short Films about the State of the Nation by Fatih Akin, Wolfgang Becker, Sylke Enders, Dominik Graf & Martin Gressmann, Christoph Hochhäusler, Romuald Karmakar, Nicolette Krebitz, Dani Levy, Angela Schanelec, Hans Steinbichler, Isabelle Stever, Tom Tykwer, Hans Weingartner.

Gigante by Adrián Biniez


by Adrián Biniez

Jara (35), a harmless big guy who works as a security guard in a super market in Montevideo, feels attracted to a young cleaning woman via one of his surveillance monitors. This attraction gradually develops into an obsession...

Gold by Thomas Arslan


by Thomas Arslan

Summer 1898. Canada during the Klondike Gold Rush. Emily Meyer joins a group of seven German American immigrants. Together they embark on the long journey to the newly discovered gold fields in Dawson.


Grain by Semih Kaplanoğlu


by Semih Kaplanoğlu

Two men in the near, but indefinite future... What are seed genetics expert Prof. Erol Erin and Cemil Akman, a scientist who abandoned a bright career and everything he knew, pursuing in the forbidden area called Dead Lands?

Grbavica by Jasmila Zbanic


by Jasmila Zbanic

In Sarajevo's Grbavica neighborhood, single mother Esma tries her best to avoid confessing to her twelve-year-old daughter that she was conceived through rape in a POW camp. Starring Mirjana Karanovic (»When Father was Away on Business«, »The Powder Keg«, »Underground«).

Greetings from Fukushima by Doris Dörrie

»Greetings from Fukushima«

by Doris Dörrie

A universal and poetic tale about life and letting go from acclaimed writer-director Doris Dörrie (BLISS, CHERRY BLOSSOMS – HANAMI, NOBODY LOVES ME, THE HAIRDRESSER, ENLIGHTENMENT GUARANTEED, MEN). For the fi rst time, one of her feature fi lms has been shot entirely in Japan and in breathtaking black and white.