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25 new stars for Shooting stars; see you in Berlin

Twenty-five of the best and brightest young actors and actresses from across Europe have today been chosen by European Film Promotion (EFP) as the tenth generation of SHOOTING STARS. In a very special weekend of events commemorating the first highly successful decade of SHOOTING STARS, the up-and-coming talent will be presented to the public together for the first time during the Berlin International Film Festival, 10-12 February 2007. SHOOTING STARS is mainly supported by the MEDIA Programme of the European Union, EFP-organizations and private sponsors.
This year’s SHOOTING STARS will be following in the footsteps of some of the most renowned European actors and actresses on international stage and screen. Over the past decade, household names such as Daniel Craig (James Bond, Layer Cake), Rachel Weisz (The Constant Gardener, The Mummy), Daniel Brühl (Good Bye, Lenin!, Salvador), Ludivine Sagnier (8 Femmes, Swimming Pool), Eduardo Noriega (Ché Guevara, Alatriste), Aňa Geislerová (Beauty In Trouble, Something Like Happiness) and Stefano Accorsi (La Faute Á Fidel; Romanzo Criminale) have taken to the Berlinale festival stage as SHOOTING STARS, apidly rising to international acclaim shortly after.
Over the past ten years, SHOOTING STARS has sealed its reputation as the most prominent showcase of new acting talent in Europe. Attended by some of the most respected players in the film industry, SHOOTING STARS continues to gain notoriety as one of the best opportunities to spot future stars of acting Europe.
Over the course of the weekend, the Shooting Stars of 2007 will be presented to the world's media at an international press conference, as well having interviews with casting directors at a profiled Industry beakfast.
As the culmination, they will be presented with the STUDIO HAMBURG SHOOTING STARS AWARD on the main festival stage, by festival director Dieter Kosslick, followed by a glittering Gala Reception.
With the addition of new members from Poland, Romania and Slovakia, SHOOTING STARS 2007 is set to be the most successful year yet - with special anniversary celebrations looking back at ten years of support for almost 200 young actors in their careers, both at home and internationally.

"EFP is delighted to be celebrating the tenth generation of SHOOTING STARS," comments Renate Rose, managing director of European Film Promotion. "We began this initiative to highlight the tremendous wealth f acting talent in Europe to the rest of the world, and the heritage of the project now speaks for itself.”
“Over the last decade, SHOOTING STARS has become a vital event for film industry talent spotters and has
helped to kick-start the careers of some of the most feted actors today – including Daniel Craig, the newest
James Bond, who was the UK´s SHOOTING STAR in 2000”, adds Claudia Landsberger, president of European Film Promotion. “We’re confident that the SHOOTING STARS of 2007 will go on to receive as much recognition as their predecessors, and are proud to be able to present them to the world at the Berlinale.”
The SHOOTING STARS of 2007 have been chosen by EFP member organizations from all over Europe for their standout work and potential for international stardom.

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