Your search by 'Germany' identified 10 films
In this heart-pounding pulp thriller from Oscar-winning Austrian director Stefan Ruzowitzky, Ozge is a Turkish-Austrian taxi driver and kickboxer who comes home after a long shift to find her neighbor murdered. When the killer sees her, he sets out to eliminate her too—but he may have met his match.
What should be a relaxing evening on the couch becomes a nuisance for one peckish croc.
After the traumatizing death of her mother, a young goatherd begins to discover—and be consumed by—an ancient presence in the dark woods that surround her hut in the Austrian Alps. This eerie German period drama unfolds against stunning landscapes in the places where reality and nightmare collide.
In recent years, over 65 million people around the globe have fled their homes to escape famine, drought and war. This documentary epic by world-renowned Chinese artist Ai Weiwei gives powerful visual expression to both the staggering scale and the profoundly personal impact of the refugee crisis.
After her husband and child are killed in a bomb attack, Katja's mourning process is made all the harder by the trial of the two neo-Nazi suspects: though she teeters on the edge of sanity, she wants justice. Diane Kruger won Best Actress at Cannes this year for her role in this raw, gripping drama.
Penned by Sam Shepard and directed by Wim Wenders, this breathtaking, heartbreaking 1984 classic (which first appeared at DFF7) stars Harry Dean Stanton as Travis, a drifter who has lost everything he loves; lacking the wherewithal to reclaim it, he nonetheless seeks the road to redemption.
For decades, electronic-music pioneer Edgar Froese pushed the boundaries of sound with his band Tangerine Dream, experimenting with recordings of everything from heartbeats to deep space. This behind-the-scenes documentary includes found footage shot by Froese, who died in 2015.
A happy but hungry little tiger devises clever means to fill his belly and satisfy his cravings.
This documentary introduces viewers to a group of Jewish Holocaust survivors who are bridging past and present by connecting with a group of youth against the backdrop of rising anti-Semitism and nationalism in Europe.
This slow-burning thriller follows a crew of German construction workers building a hydroelectric plant in rural Bulgaria, where tensions mount when they start mixing with the locals. In the rising tide of xenophobia, can they learn to trust one another—or is the stage being set for a showdown?