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Braunschweig annouces „Heinrich" nominees


The nominees for the audience competition "The Heinrich" of the 25th Braunschweig International Film Festival (November 8-13) are set. Ten films from eight countries will compete for the prize for European debut and second films with a purse of 10.000 Euro.
The prize money, endowed by the filmfest's main sponsor Volkswagen Financial Services, is equally sharded between the director and German distributor. The winner will be announced at the award ceremony on Sunday, November 13th at the State Theatres Big Hall. The "Heinrich" is being award in the 13th year.
Four of the ten participating films are German premieres.


„Patient 17" by Tuyet Le (UK 2011, 77 Min.)

with Hannah Waterman and Michael Budd. (Sales: Tuyet Le).

German premiere.


Let my people go!" by Mikael Buch (F 2011, 86 Min.).

with Carmen Maura and Amira Casar. (Sales: Les Films du Losange).

German premiere.


What are bears for?" by Tom Fernandez (Spain 2011, 100 Min.)

with Geraldine Chaplin and Emma Suárez (Sales: Imagina). German premiere.


Behold the Lamb" by John Mcllduff (UK 2011, 83 Min.)

with Sandra Ni Bhroin (Sales: MediaLuna). German premiere.


Code Blue" by Urszula Antoniak (NL/DK 2011 , 78 Min., OmdU).

With Bien de Moor and Lars Eidinger (Sales: Bavaria).


17 Filles" by Delphine and Murial Coulin (F 2011, 85 Min.)

with Louise Grinberg and Juliette Darche (Distribution: Arsenal).


Kriegerin" by David Wnendt (D 2011, 100 Min.)

with Alina Levshin (Distribution: Ascot Elite).


Andercurrent" by Árni Ólafur Ásgeirsson (ISL 2010, 95 Min.)

with Ingvar Eggert Sigurdsson and Nina Dögg Filipusdóttir (Distribution: Islandic Film Centre).


My Name is Ki" by Leszek Dawid (PL 2011, 93 Min.)

with Roma Gasiorowska and Adam Woronowicz (Sales: Skorpion Arte).


Morgen" by Marian Crisan (ROM/H/F 2010, 100 Min.)

with András Hathazi and Yilmaz Yalcin (Sales: Les Films du Losange).

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