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distribution / The Cakemaker —

“A tender, tactile and just-sweet-enough story of hidden love, challenged faith and unwittingly shared grief” – Variety After the death of his lover, Oran, Thomas heads to Israel – the birthplace of the man he adored. Despite ...

distribution / Bye Bye Germany —

“…touches chords that are both poignant, funny and bitter.” – ScreenDaily Frankfurt, 1946. David Bermann (Moritz Bleibtreu) and his Jewish friends have escaped the Nazi regime and are now dreaming of leaving for America. But...

distribution / Aida’s Secrets —

“…a complex potpourri of drama, intrigue, secrets, lies and tearful reunions spanning seven decades” — The Toronto Star Family secrets and generations of contemporary history are uncovered in this sweeping international story ...

distribution / Stefan Zweig: Farewell To Europe —

“…acute, disturbing and absolutely current.” — Das Spiegel Austrian author Stefan Zweig was a cosmopolitan, a pacifist and a bonafide literary star. A contemporary of Freud, Dali and Theodore Herzl, he was, for a time, the most...

distribution / The People vs. Fritz Bauer —

“…riveting and revelatory” – Forward Germany, 1957. Attorney General Fritz Bauer receives crucial evidence on the whereabouts of the so-called ‘Architect of the Holocaust’, Adolf Eichmann. Bauer, himself Jewish, has been ...

distribution / The Origin Of Violence —

“Powerful and moving… combining past and present with ease” – Le Blog du Cinema Nathan Fabre is a teacher in a French-German school, working on his thesis about French resistance to the Nazis during World War Two. During a ...