Munich 2005

During the 1972 Olympic Games in Munich, eleven Israeli athletes are taken hostage and murdered by a Palestinian terrorist group known as Black September. In retaliation, the Israeli government recruits a group of Mossad agents to track down and execute those responsible for the attack.

Night Train to Munich 1940

When the Germans march into Prague, armour-plating inventor Dr Bomasch flees to England. His daughter Anna escapes from arrest to join him, but the Gestapo manage to kidnap them both back to Berlin. As war looms, British secret service agent Gus Bennet follows disguised as a senior German army officer. His ploy -- not unpleasant one -- is pretending to woo Anna to the German cause.

21 Hours at Munich 1976

A dramatization of the incident in 1972 when Arab terrorists broke into the Olympic compound in Munich and murdered 11 Israeli athletes.

Walking from Munich to Berlin 1927

In 1927, motivated by a longing for freedom, Fischinger set off on a walking trip from Munich to Berlin. Covering the distance in nearly four weeks, he captured the country’s hidden beauty. His voyage serves as a symbolical transition and underlines a belief that people are the same everywhere.

Hallo, Munich 1968

The rut of Dalmatian hinterland changes with the arrival of returning guest workers, and things they bring along: cars, radios and new way of life.

Michael Jackson: HIStory Tour - Live in Munich (Germany) 1997

Michael Jackson's HIStory Tour Live in Munich. Track List (Chapters): 1. Computer Animation Intro, 2. Scream, 3. They Don't Care About Us, 4. In The Closet, 5. Wanna Be Startin' Somethin', 6. Stranger In Moscow, 7. Smooth Criminal, 8. You Are Not Alone, 9. Jackson 5 Medley, 10. I'll Be There, 11. Billie Jean, 12. Thriller, 13. Beat It, 14. Blood On The Dance Floor, 15. Dangerous, 16. Black Or White, 17. Earth Song, 18. Heal The World, 19. HIStory, 20. Credits.

Scorpions - Live in Munich 2012

Live In Munich 2012 captures the final concert on the Scorpions Sting In The Tale world tour at the Olympiahalle in Munich on December 17th, 2012. Scorpions are one of the all-time great live rock bands and this concert is no exception with the band producing a high octane performance in front of a wildly enthusiastic crowd.

Netrebko, Schrott and Kaufmann in Munich 2011

The opera trio performed to a crowd of 15,000 who were willing to pay ticket prices up to $500 for tickets. There was beer and champagne, as well as pretzels and steak. The open-air concert managed to avoid the rains as well.

The Swinging Co-eds 1972

Young women come to Munich for fun and work during the '72 Olympics and invariably wind up naked.

Supertramp: Live in Munich 1983

Live in Munich, Bavaria Germany, 1983. Supertramp was started and bankrolled in 1969 by a wealthy Dutch industrialist with aspirations of forming the ulltimate "super rock group."

Sade: Live in Munich

This concert, recorded in 1984 in Munich, highlights Sade's rise to the heights of pop music fame.

Munich: At Its Best 2005

Documentary - Oktoberfest and chic set; high tech museums and lederhosen. The Capital of Bavaria is both modern and old fashioned, busy and relaxed. A true local shows you the musts. Take 45 minutes time for 11 strolls. Next time you visit Munich you might want to follow one or the other of them on your own.

In Munich stands a Hofbäuhaus 1952

Berlin tongue encounters Munich lifestyle. A comedy around Oktoberfest. Movies, FRG, 1951 Fita Benkhoff, Paul Kemp, Liesl Karlstadt, etc. A Berlin producer of nerve healing, vitamin-enriched and expanding its life-prolonging lemonade stand in front of all the Schottenhammel at the Oktoberfest on - under the slogan helps Berlin Munich: an intolerable provocation. And then come the Saxons ... Turbulent comedy about beer, Oktoberfest and a lot of originals from Germany!

Saga: Spin It Again! - Live In Munich 2013

Spin It Again - Live in Munich, captures the final night of the 2012 successful sold-out tour by the Canadian band in Germany. Saga’s historical singer Michael Sadler surprised everybody joining the band back just a few days before the recording took place. The magic was all of a sudden back. Saga charted in the German top 10 and the band sold out nearly 20 concerts in Germany and brought its music in cities and countries where they had never been before. 2012 and 2013 have been very intense years for Saga. The joy of the original band together again, the warmth of the audience, the critical acclaim had to live together with hard moments on the road and private tragedies... Spin it Again, recorded and filmed in Munich, historically a second home for the Canadian prog rockers, features recent songs and all the Saga classics. Two hours of prog and melodic hard rock at its best.

Munich: Mossad's Revenge

Munich: Mossad's Revenge is a documentary produced by Atlantic Productions and aired on Channel 4 in Britain concerning Operation Wrath of God, the Israeli assassination campaign that was organized in response to the Munich Massacre. The documentary includes interviews with many of the agents involved in the operation. Munich: Mossad's Revenge was nominated for a British Academy of Film and Television Arts award in 2006 in the "Specialist Factual" category. According to the producers, Atlantic Productions, the real people involved in Operation Wrath of God agreed to speak for the first time "to set the record straight" because of the recent release of Steven Spielberg's film Munich. The documentary contains interviews with David Kimche, the British-born former deputy chief of Mossad; Efraim Halevy, former chief of Mossad, also British-born; Ehud Barak, the former Prime Minister of Israel and formerly a member of an elite special forces unit which raided Beirut to kill three PLO figures; and two anonymous agents the producers claim were involved in the hits identified only as officers K and G. The producers of the documentary listed several discrepancies between the film Munich and the information it obtained from its interviews with Mossad agents. It noted that the film suggests one group carried out almost all the assassinations, whereas in reality it was a much larger team. Mossad did not work with a mysterious French underworld figure as portrayed in the film. The assassination campaign did not end because agents lost their nerve but because of the disastrous Lillehammer affair in which an innocent Moroccan waiter was killed, an incident not covered in the film. The assassination targets were not all directly involved in the Munich massacre, a fact which is only acknowledged in the last 5 minutes of the film.