Munich, 12 September 2011. The young German-Russian actress Isolda Dychauk has been drawing considerable attention to herself recently: the 18-year-old star delivered a compelling portrayal of Gretchen in Alexander Sokurov’s FAUST adaptation, which was just honored with the Golden Lion at the Venice Film Festival.
Beta Film sells PRINCESS LILLIFEE and MOONBEAM BEAR to Starz - exceptional ratings for new children’s animation
Munich, 20 May 2011. The stories of the magical pink fairy princess LILLIFEE and the adventures of MOONBEAM BEAR are travelling to the US.
Munich, 19 April 2011. The primetime premiere of the unconventional crime series KING on Showcase/Global has delivered extraordinary ratings on its North American premiere last Sunday.
Munich, 24 March 2011. At this spring’s MIP TV in Cannes, Beta Film is showcasing international top series such as Tom Fontana’s event production Borgia, King with Amy Price-Francis (“24,” “Californication”) and the Mankell adaptation The Chinese Man.
Munich, 17 Dez 2010. Beta Film’s Murder Is No Fairy Tale has gained impressive ratings on German public television ARD.
Munich, 15 December 2010. The Canadian TV series The Border has drawn considerable attention at the US State Department in Washington.
Universum Film to handle DVD distribution in German speaking territories
Munich, 24 Oct 2010. Lancelot von Naso’s feature film debut CEASEFIRE has been honoured with the Prix Europa Award as Best European TV Movie 2010.
Munich, 21 October 2010. Beta Film’s children’s label Wunderbox has sold young people’s whodunit Little Robbers to Germany’s children’s broadcaster KI.KA.
Renaissance-clan BORGIA heads for TV - Shooting of the costliest European series to date beginns in Prague
Cannes, 4 October 2010. The Borgia family, which gave the world two Popes, embodies more than practically any other family the spirit of the Renaissance with its now nearly inconceivable conflicts and contradictions.
With Hindenburg and Laconia, Beta Film is bringing two internationally outstanding event productions to the TV trade fair MIPCOM in Cannes...
Munich, 24 September 2010. Beta Film is traveling to Janosch’s world: the enchanting animated films of the world-famous author, whose books have sold millions of copies and been translated into 20 languages, have found a new home with the Munich international sales company.