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Germany’s entry for Best Foreign Language Film at this year’s Oscars is not the heavy historical drama North American audiences have come to expect.


A docudrama navigates the gay community of 1950s Zurich.


Maggie Peren's film "Colour of the Ocean" questions some basic beliefs about refugees.


Germany's entry for the foreign language Oscar is a largely conventional German historical film


Budding romance gives way to a gritty gangster story. And it's all shot in a single 140-minute take.


Timur Vermes's "Look Who's Back" is another attempt to spin humour out of Hitler. Why is it so popular?