The filmmakers of the Berlin School deny that the most interesting stories come from a troubled history – and have forged a new kind of German cinema.
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For decades after World War II, German filmmakers avoided the subject. But that has now changed, and one new film addresses the period with great sensitivity.
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The new film from Jake Paltrow is set in an apocalyptic drought. Tom Brook talks to its stars Elle Fanning and Michael Shannon about living without water.
A new documentary focuses on the family life of the legendary boxer. But is he a traitor, prophet or hero? Tom Brook talks to the film’s director.