Articles about Sky Deutschland
Das Boot star Klaus Steinbacher speaks to DQ about stepping into the football boots of a living legend, Franz Beckenbauer, for Sky film Der Kaiser, which charts the German icon’s life on and off the pitch.
As Das Boot returns for a third season, writers Tony Saint, Colin Teevan and Judith Angerbauer tell DQ how the U-boat war drama starts to explore new perspectives of the Second World War on the home front and at sea.
Sky Deutschland embraces Germany’s roots in cinematic horror with Hausen, a haunted house story in which the inhabitants of a dilapidated tower block face their own fears – and something even more sinister lurking behind the walls.
On a British beach that’s doubling for the US coast during the Second World War, DQ hits the sand to watch filming for the second season of Das Boot.
The world is ending. As an asteroid hurtles towards Earth, showrunner Rafael Parente and director Stefan Ruzowitzky tell DQ why Sky Deutschland original series Eight Days chose to explore the dilemmas and decisions ordinary people face in a society with no consequences.
Das Boot stars Tom Wlaschiha and Rick Okon discuss making the Second World War drama, from reimagining the iconic novel and film on which it is based to batting claustrophobia on set and why this an exciting time for actors.
Thought working with children and animals was hard? Try a U-Boat. DQ lifts the hatch on forthcoming war drama Das Boot to find out how the series was built, more than 30 years after the iconic film that inspired it.