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Reporting from Berlin on the 67th edition February 9 -19, 2017
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Berlinale 2015 Jury for the Best First Feature Award

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Since 2006, when it introduced the Best First Feature Award, the Berlinale has been even more committed to supporting the next generation of film makers. The award is endowed with 50,000 Euros, donated by the GWFF (Gesellschaft zur Wahrnehmung von Film- und Fernsehrecht), a society dedicated to safeguarding film and television rights. The prize money is to be split between the producer and the director of the winning film. Additionally, the director will be awarded with a high-quality view...
 

Berlinale Generation 2015: Juries, Opening Films and Special Screenings

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With the Chinese film Gtsngbo (River) by Sonthar Gyal, the line-up of feature films in the Generation Kplus competition is complete. Sonthar Gyal’s touching story of a family, set in the Tibetan steppe, will have its world premiere in Berlin. A total of 66 films from 35 countries will now be screening in the two Generation competitions.   The Generation 14plus competition will open with the world premiere of a work from the Netherlands: Prins (Prince) by Sam de Jong (Marc Jacobs, ...
 

Berlinale is Now Equipped with Dolby Atmos

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For the 65th Berlin International Film Festival, the Berlinale Palast will be equipped with the new immersive Dolby Atmos sound system. For films mixed with this technology sound comes alive from all directions with clarity and depth. The first film to benefit from this groundbreaking technology will be the festival’s opener: the world premiere of director Isabel Coixet’s Nobody Wants the Night, with Juliette Binoche, Rinko Kikuchi and Gabriel Byrne. “Filmmakers us...
 

Forum 2015: Special Screenings

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The Forum completes its programme with a series of special screenings dedicated to historical films and re-discoveries as well as new films that grapple with cinema and film history.   The 1973 gangster film Joe Bullet was South African producer Tonie van der Merwe’s attempt to conquer a new market. Inspired in equal measure by the black pop culture of the time and the American Blaxploitation genre, Louis de Witt’s action-packed film about a manipulated cup final was one of ...
 

VIDEO: Richard Linklater WINS Boyhood Berlin Film Festival Award to Oscar Winner 2015...WIN WIN?! Why Not?

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VIDEO: Richard Linklater WINS Boyhood Berlin Film Festival Award to Oscar Winner 2015...WIN?! Why Not? Ok here is a test...my psychic prediction foretell an Oscar win for Boyhood director and screenwriter Texas native Richard Linklater. Boyhood has a long history flmed in the friendly cultural hub of our southern neighbours in Austin Texas After 12 years of filming later, Boyhood began In May 2002,  Linklater, said that he would begin shooting an untitled film in his home c...
 

Program of the Berlinale Special

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Berlinale Special is part of the official programme and presents recent works by contemporary filmmakers, biopics of renowned personalities as well as extraordinary formats.   With many prominent guests expected to attend, gala screenings will be held at the Friedrichstadt-Palast, the Zoo Palast and the Kino International.   The presentations at the Haus der Berliner Festspiele will again include moderated discussions with the filmmakers after the screenings. ...
 

The 45th Berlinale Forum will show a total of 43 films in its main programme, of which 31 are world premieres

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The 45th Berlinale Forum will show a total of 43 films in its main programme, of which 31 are world premieres and 10 international premieres. This year’s programme will be opened by what is probably Canadian director Guy Maddin’s most rampant and anarchic film to date. The Forbidden Room comes across like an apparently chaotic, yet always significant eroto-claustrophobic nightmare that never seems to want to end. Its countless fantastic plotlines are i...
 

CoPro Series, an exclusive event of Drama Series Days, the new platform for serial content at the EFM Berlinale Co-Pro Market

 
On February 10, the Berlinale Co-Production Market is inviting those active in the industry to the new CoPro Series pitching for the first time. CoPro Series is an exclusive event of Drama Series Days, the official new platform for serial content at the European Film Market and Berlinale Co-Production Market. Six handpicked serial projects will be presented within the framework of the first CoPro Series. The projects come from Belgium, Germany, Israel, Norway, Spa...
 

50 selected film posters by graphic design artists Margrit and Peter Sickert to be exhibited at Haus der Berliner Festspiele

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EXHIBITION OF 50 FILM POSTERS BY DESIGNER COUPLE MARGRIT AND PETER SICKERT AT HAUS DER BERLINER FESTSPIELE The Berlin International Film Festival will exhibit 50 selected film posters by graphic design artists Margrit and Peter Sickert at Haus der Berliner Festspiele. © Wim Wenders Stiftung Film poster for Der Amerikanische Freund (The American Friend) created by Margrit and Peter Sickert "For decades, the first vis...
 

The Berlinale Classics will showcase restored versions of Goldfinger and Cold Blood, Full line up confirmed

 
The Berlinale Classics, which was launched two years ago as part of the Retrospective section of the Berlin International Film Festival, will be showing a total of five films in this year’s programme. High-quality restored and reconstructed films in digitally remastered versions form the basis for this forum, which closely collaborates with national and international film partners who are especially committed to the digital restoration of film classics. In addition to...
 

Panorama 2015 will open with Sangue azul (Blue Blood) from Brazil, 34 fictions in competition

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© Rodrigo Valenca Daniel de Oliveira in Sangue azul by Lirio Ferreira The main programme of the Panorama will open with the Brazilian production Sangue azul (Blue Blood) by Lirio Ferreira at the CinemaxX 7 on February 5. In the magnificent visuals of a fairy tale, the film tells of a family torn by strife and how, bit by bit, its members find their way back to each other. In doing so they disclose secrets whose c...
 

23 films in The Competition of the 65th Berlin International Film Festival

 
The Competition of the 65th Berlin International Film Festival is now complete. 19 of the 23 films in the Competition programme will be vying for the Golden and Silver Bears. 21 films are world premieres. The following countries are participating in the entire programme: Albania, Belgium, Bulgaria, Canada, Chile, Czech Republic, Finland, France, Germany, Guatemala, Hong Kong/China, Iran, Italy, Japan, Kosovo, Mexico, the Netherlands, Norway, the People’s Republic...
 

Oskar Sulowski (in the centre), wins the "Made in Germany – Perspektive Fellowship

 
RIZE CEREMONY: OSKAR SULOWSKI WINS “MADE IN GERMANY – PERSPEKTIVE FELLOWSHIP”, FUNDED BY BERLINALE CO-PARTNER GLASHÜTTE ORIGINAL Today, German watchmaker Glashütte Original, co-partner of the 65th Berlinale, and the Perspektive Deutsches Kino section awarded for the fourth time the “Made in Germany – Perspektive Fellowship” to a young German filmmaker at the Deutsche Kinemathek - Museum für Film und Fernsehen. The EUR 15...
 

Berlinale special series on Indigenous cinema focuses on Latin America with 18 fictional and documentary films

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@ Cuandro Negro Santos de la Torre, Graciela Santiago González in Eco de la Montaña (Echo of the Mountain, 2014) by Nicholás Echevarría The Berlinale special series on Indigenous cinema is continuing its journey: Latin America is the focus of this year’s film programme, with 18 fictional and documentary films made between 1986 and 2014. The series will open with the stunning documentary Eco de la Mont...
 

The EFM Industry Debates from Saturday the 7th to Monday the 9th of February 2015

 
The EFM Industry Debates from Saturday the 7th to Monday the 9th of February 2015 will once again focus on contemporary themes in the film and media industries, while also reflecting new initiatives within the European Film Market: The first Industry Debate puts the spotlight on Asia - specifically on mega-market China and the revolutionary success of its online platforms. In the second debate, producers will take the floor and present their experiences in self-distribution for...
 

Forum Expanded 2015,The 11th edition complete line up

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Courtesy of The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Art & Project/Depot VBVR Gift, 2007. © 2015 Estate of David Askevold Concert C with Door by David Askevold The full programme for the tenth edition of Forum Expanded, entitled “To the Sound of the Closing Door”, is now confirmed. The group exhibition at the Akademie der Künste on Hanseatenweg consists of 19 installations by 16 contemporary artists as well as the film lo...
 

11 new books suitable for film adaptation at “Books at Berlinale”

 
On February 10, 2015, film producers can discover eleven new books suitable for film adaptation at “Books at Berlinale”. The pitching and get-together afterwards will take place for the tenth year running as part of the Berlinale Co-Production Market. Immediately following the books presentation, producers can meet the copyright owners - noted and internationally active publishing representatives and literary agents - to discuss filming rights and network within the world of ...
 

Panorama Dokumente 2015 Line up complete with 18 documentaries

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© Gerd Conradt Une jeunesse allemande (A German Youth) by Jean-Gabriel Périot Panorama Dokumente will open with the world premiere of the French-Swiss-German co-productionUne jeunesse allemande (A German Youth) by Jean-Gabriel Périot in Cinestar 7 on February 6 at 5.00 pm. Using archive material, the film traces without bias or commentary the developments leading up to the “German Autumn” in late 1977. The ...
 

The Berlinale Culinary Cinema programme will present 13 new or recent feature-length films about food and ecology

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From February 8 - 13, 2015, the Berlinale Culinary Cinema programme will present 13 new or recent feature-length films about food and ecology, serve menus by top European chefs, and discuss the relationships between food, culture and politics. © Lohse, Kempf, Hoffmann: Ali Ghandtschi / Nakamura: Geisels Werneckhof / Pérez: Francesc Guillamet / Bottura: Paolo Terzi The chefs of the Culinary Cinema 2015 The Berlinale w...
 

Richard Linklater's Berlin Acceptance Speech for Boyhood...and ready for more

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Richard Linklater received his first Prize in Berlin in 1995 for the first episode of his trilogy with Ethan Hawke et Julie Delpy, Before (Sunset, Sunrise, Midnight) 19 years after he returned to Berlin to win silver and a second prize in Berlin for Boyhood. The film was shot over twelve years. A 12 Month Film Festival Cycle began almost one year ago for the film Boyhood which today has arrived in its crowning glory. An Oscar nomination and a unanimous agr...
 

Berlinale Generation 2015: Hermetic Worlds and Brave Decision-Makers

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A further 14 feature films round off the Generation programmes. In total, 65 short and full-length films from 35 countries were selected for the Generation Kplus and Generation 14plus competitions. The cross-section and other special screenings will be announced in the next Generation press release. Firmly grounded in their respective political and cultural contexts, the selected films paint sensitive portraits of extraordinary characters often living in hermetically sealed worlds. “We ...
 

Jafar Panahi’s New Film in Competition, Werner Herzog, Benoit Jacquot and Further Titles added to the Selection...

 
  Another eight films have been selected for the Competition Programme of the 65th Berlin International Film Festival (see press releases from December 15, 2014, and January 9, 2015). The productions are from the following countries: Belgium, France, Germany, Hong Kong/China, Iran, the People’s Republic of China, Poland, the USA, the United Kingdom and Vietnam. Body Poland By Malgorzata Szumowska (Stranger, Elles, In the Name of) With Janusz Gajos, Maja Ostaszews...
 

Berlinale Bites #2

 
“Berlinale Bites” is a sporadically sent compact roundupof recent information about the 2015 festival programme, as well as notes on various events, guests and service offers at the Berlinale.   Press Conference on the 65th Berlinale Programme The press conference will take place at 11 am on January 27. Only invited press representatives may attend. Afterwards the Berlinale programme will go online: https://www.berlinale.de/en/programm/berlinale_programm/programmsuche.php &...
 

Berlinale Shorts: White Flags Are More Visible!

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27 films from 18 countries will be competing for a Golden and a Silver Bear, as well as the nomination for best short film at the European Film Awards and the first-ever EUR 20,000 Audio Short Film Award. This year’s members of the International Short Film Jury are documentary filmmaker and curator Madhusree Dutta from India, Turkish artist Halil Altındere, and producer and festival director Wahyuni A. Hadi from Singapore. Screening in competition are the latest works of Nadav Lapid, Am...

Berlinale Co-Production Market matches 36 new feature film projects with international partners

 
  At the 12th annual Berlinale Co-Production Market (February 8 - 10, 2015), 36 new feature film projects from 28 countries will be presented. In addition, five internationally noted production companies will be introduced as part of the exclusive "Company Matching" programme. In Berlin, these producers will get to know interested potential partners from the participants' pool of 500 producers and financiers from around the world in previously arranged individual meetings. ...
 

Perspektive Deutsches Kino 2015: Young Filmmakers Display a Keen Awareness of Form

 
  With 14 films, including nine full-length and five medium-long fictional and documentary films (30 to 63 min), the selection for the Perspektive Deutsches Kino 2015 has now been completed. The programme will open with the German-French co-production Im Sommer wohnt er unten (Summers Downstairs / produced by Osiris Media, Berlin and Osiris Media France, Saint-Palais-sur-Mer), a debut film by actor and director Tom Sommerlatte. This fictional feature is about two brothers who meet with...
 

Berlinale Co-Production Market and Eurimages Strengthen Their Partnership

 
Berlinale Co-Production Market and Eurimages Strengthen Their Partnership: EUR 20,000 Eurimages Award to Be Given Out at This Year’s Berlinale   The Berlinale Co-Production Market (February 8 to 10, 2015) and Eurimages will be ramping up their existing partnership during the 2015 Berlinale by introducing two new measures to promote European film projects and producers.   The first of which is the renowned Eurimages Co-Production Development Award, which will be given to one o...
 

Isabel Coixet's Nobody Wants the Night to Open the 65th Berlinale

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The 65th Berlin International Film Festival will open on February 5 with the world premiere of Nobody Wants the Night, the most recent work by Spanish director Isabel Coixet. It will participate in the international competition. The Spanish-French-Bulgarian co-production takes place in 1908, in the Arctic seclusion of Greenland. The adventure film focuses on courageous women and ambitious men who put anything at stake for love and glory. The ensemble cast includes international s...
 

Drama Series Days, EFM meets Dragon, EFM Startups and Producers Hub - Various New Initiatives in 2015

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European Film Market (EFM):     As the first film market of the year, the European Film Market (EFM), part of the 65th Berlin International Film Festival, will take place from February 5 to 13, 2015 and open the year for the film trade industry. The EFM is one of the most significant platforms for trade in international  film rights and audiovisual content. As the first industry event of the year, it is a compass for the newest developments. The exhibition spaces at Martin-Gr...
 

Berlinale Special Gala: Fifty Shades of Grey to Celebrate Its International Premiere at the Berlinale

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Fifty Shades of Grey, the highly anticipated film adaptation of the bestselling book, will celebrate its international premiere as a Berlinale Special Gala at the 65th Berlin International Film Festival.   Written by author E L James, the book was translated into 51 languages. The film is directed by Sam Taylor-Johnson (Nowhere Boy) and produced by Michael De Luca and Dana Brunetti alongside James. The screenplay for the film is by Kelly Marcel.   Stepping into the iconic roles o...
 

29. TEDDY AWARD – The Queer Film Award at the Berlin International Film Festival

 
Presentation of the Award on 13th February, 2015 in the Komische Oper Berlin The advance ticket sale has begun     Dear Mesdames or Sirs,   the entrance tickets for the 29. TEDDY AWARD Show are available from now on.  The most important queer film prize in the world will be given away during the 65. Berlin International Film Festival on Friday, 13th of February 2014. The location of the festive awarding will be in 2015 again the Komische Oper Berlin. At the festive TED...
 

“To the Sound of the Closing Door” – Full Forum Expanded programme at Akademie der Künste for the first time

 
In its 10th anniversary year, Forum Expanded will be presenting the group exhibition, together with the complete film programme and all performances and discussion events at the Akademie der Künste on Hanseatenweg. This re-establishes the historical connection between the Berlinale and this particular location: the Akademie was one of the main Forum screening venues until 1999 and will once again screen films from the Forum programme in 2015. The venue will thus function as a resonance cham...
 

Revelation of the Festival Poster for the Berlinale 2015

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  The 65th Berlin International Film Festival will take place from February 5 to 15, 2015, but starting in mid-January, the Berlinale poster will be displayed at Potsdamer Platz and across the city to set the mood for the festival.   The focus of the 2015 Berlinale key visual is the stage curtain. "The glamorous and suspense-packed second that precedes every cinema experience is when the curtain opens to reveal the screen. This year's poster motif aims to stir anticipatio...
 

Berlinale Shorts: International Jury Confirmed and the New Audi Short Film Award

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  Madhusree Dutta, Wahyuni A. Hadi, Halil Altındere: The short film has a long tradition as an art form at the Berlinale and is an important component in the festival’s artistic profile. Since 1956 the Berlin International Film Festival has awarded a Golden and a Silver Bear to the best short films. Now in the 60th year of their presentation, they will be joined by still another award whose winner will also be selected by the Berlinale Shorts International Jury: The Audi ...
 

Panorama 2015: Probing the Past to Shape the Future

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  The eleven fictional and eight documentary films selected at this early date already provide a foretaste of the contents and global issues of the forthcoming 36th Panorama programme.   East Asia will again make a strong showing in 2015. Already confirmed are significant works by renowned directors from Taiwan and South Korea. They could be labelled “modern history” or even “national traumas”. With Paradise in Service, director Doze Niu Chen-Zer from Taiwa...
 

Berlinale 2014 Bites and previews

 
Darren Aronofsky to be jury president American director, screenwriter and producer Darren Aronofsky will head the jury of the 65th Berlin International Film Festival. He is known for the works Requiem for a Dream (2000), The Fountain (2006) and Black Swan (2011), among others. https://www.berlinale.de/en/presse/pressemitteilungen/alle/Alle-Detail_24852.html   The EFM goes serial, and presents its new website This year, the European Film Market is cooperating with the Berlinale Co-Produ...
 

The Berlinale and the Franco-German Youth Office Present the Seven-Member Jury of the “FGYO-Award Dialogue en perspective”

 
For the twelfth year running, the Berlin International Film Festival (February 5 – 15, 2015) and the Franco-German Youth Office (FGYO), an official partner of the Berlinale, are giving young film-lovers the chance to award the “FGYO-Award Dialogue en perspective”.   Seven cineastes have been selected to view and evaluate the films in the Perspektive Deutsches Kino section of the 65th Berlinale – three from Germany and four from France. On February 14th, durin...
 

EFP in preparation to choose ten of Europe's One To Watch Actors at the Berlinale (Feb 5 – 15, 2015)

 
  EUROPEAN SHOOTING STARS 2015 Jury Line-up Is Unveiled   European Film Promotion (EFP) has today announced its five members of the prestigious EUROPEAN SHOOTING STARS jury for 2015. This year’s jury represents various countries and stretches across numerous sectors of the international film industry, including Swedish actress and former SHOOTING STAR Eva Röse (Maria Wern), film editor (Empire magazine) Damon Wise from the UK, Polish director Malgorzata Szumowska (Elles),...
 

Made in Germany – Perspektive Fellowship 2015 Berlinale and Glashütte Original Announce Jury for the Fourth Round

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    Launched by the Perspektive Deutsches Kino section and Berlinale’s co-partner Glashütte Original, the “Made in Germany – Perspektive Fellowship” will be awarded for the fourth time to a young talented director prior to the Berlinale. Conceived to support young German filmmakers in developing a project, material and screenplay, the € 15,000 fellowship is funded by the watch manufacturer Glashütte Original. Eligible to participate were all d...
 

Berlinale Retrospective 2015: “Glorious Technicolor. From George Eastman House and Beyond”

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  Singing in the wind The Retrospective of the 65th Berlin International Film Festival promises to be an opulent colour spectacle. It will celebrate the 100th anniversary of a colour film process that has become a legend far beyond Hollywood: Color by Technicolor. The Retrospective will present around 30 magnificent Technicolor films, some of which have been elaborately restored. They were made in the early years between the dawn of Technicolor and 1953 – and include six British ...
 

Berlinale Homage and Honorary Golden Bear for Wim Wenders

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Dennis Hopper in The American Friend, 1977      The Homage of the 65th Berlin International Film Festival will be dedicated to German filmmaker Wim Wenders, who will also be awarded an Honorary Golden Bear for his lifetime achievement (see press release of August 21, 2014).   The award ceremony on February 12, 2015 at 10 pm in the Berlinale Palast will include a screening of Der amerikanische Freund (The American Friend, 1977). The film thriller, based on a book b...
 

Berlinale World Cinema Fund: New Funding Recommendations

 
  At the 21st jury session of the World Cinema Fund (WCF), the jury recommended four new film projects for production funding and one work for distribution funding.   Since its establishment in October 2004, the WCF has awarded production and distribution funding to a total of 124 projects chosen from 2,364 submissions from Africa, Latin America, the Middle East, Central and Southeast Asia, the Caucasus, as well as from the countries Mongolia, Nepal, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka. All...
 

Dieter Kosslick will stay Director of the Berlinale until 2019

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  Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media Monika Grütters has extended Dieter Kosslick's contract as Director of the Berlinale until May 31, 2019.   Dieter Kosslick assumed directorship of the Berlin International Film Festival in May 2001. Since then, he has enriched the festival with numerous innovations and initiatives, established the EFM (European Film Market) as one of the most important film markets worldwide, and firmly rooted German film within ...
 

Berlinale Talents main theme "2015: A Space Discovery"

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Oscar® winner Howard Shore confirmed as an expert With the main theme "2015: A Space Discovery", Berlinale Talents invites 300 emerging filmmakers to discover new ways of looking at cinematic space. Throughout nearly 100 talks and workshops, experts and talents dedicate themselves to film as a multi-dimensional spatial art, jointly exploring various perspectives for the screen, or how characters unfold the action spaces of edited stories and imagery. Berlinale Talents relates a...
 

Darren Aronofsky to be Jury President of the Berlinale 2015

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American director, screenwriter and producer Darren Aronofsky will be Jury President of the 65th Berlin International Film Festival. "Darren Aronofsky has distinguished himself as an outstanding protagonist in contemporary auteur cinema. In his artistic approach he consistently sounds out cinematic language and its aesthetic possibilities. I’m pleased to be able to welcome him as Jury President of the Berlinale 2015,” says Festival Director Dieter Kosslick.   Fol...
 

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World Cinema Fund Celebrates Its 10th Anniversary and Launches an Additional Funding Project: WCF Europe

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On its 10th anniversary, the World Cinema Fund (WCF) looks back at a successful and productive decade. Since its establishment, it has backed a total of 119 projects from 41 countries: it has granted production funds 84 times and given distribution funds to 35 films for release in German cinemas. In 2015, the WCF will expand its funding programme to include a special project: WCF Europe.   Founded in 2004, the WCF was initiated by the German Federal Cultural Foundation and the Ber...
 

Dieter Kosslick to receive the Innovation Prize from the International Economic Forum Baden-Baden (IEF)

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Dieter Kosslick, the Director of the Berlinale, will be awarded the IEF Innovation Prize in recognition of his cultural achievements that promote Germany’s international reputation. Actress Maria Furtwängler will hold the speech in honour of Dieter Kosslick. The awards ceremony will be held on October 17th at the 4th International Economic Forum Baden-Baden. This year the IEF, under the theme “Globalisation: value(less)?” and the patronage of Federal Finance Ministe...
 

Perspektive Deutsches Kino: Marie Bäumer to be Jury President of “FGYO-Award Dialogue en perspective”

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Perspektive Deutsches Kino: Marie Bäumer to be Jury President of “FGYO-Award Dialogue en perspective” 2015 / Looking for a Young Jury!   The French-German Youth Office (FGYO), official partner of the Berlinale, is calling for applications for the “FGYO-Award Dialogue en perspective” jury in the Perspektive Deutsches Kino section.   Starting now, young film lovers can apply to become jury members for the independent Berlinale award “FGYO-Award...
 

The EFM Goes Serial

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As of February 2015, Berlinale’s industry platform – the European Film Market (EFM) with its Berlinale Co-Production Market division - will provide creators and producers of television series with the opportunity to present, sell and buy new high-profile television content. On February 9 and 10, 2015, the EFM is organising special market screenings and a business lounge for buyers and sellers of television content. The Berlinale Co-Production Market is extending its progra...
 
 
 

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