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Festival of Film Schools kicks in Munich

27th Munich International Festival of Film Schools (November 17 - 24, 2007)

On Sunday, November 18, Munich's Lord Mayor Christian Ude will officially open the 27th Munich International Festival of Film Schools in the ARRI Cinema. After the screenings, the roughly 50 film students from around the world will be celebrating their participation at the Max-Emanuel-Brauerei.

The opening night film is a world premiere. A thesis film from Munich's University of Television and Film, director Tim Trachte's THE LORD OF EDESSA, based on a story by Patricia Highsmith, disects a fatal ménage a trois with relentless precision.

As part of the opening night ceremony, the winners of the Short Film Competition "All men are born free and equal…" will be presented with their awards. The president of the Goethe-Institut, Prof. Dr. Jutta Limbach, will be presiding. The Goethe-Institut and the Remembrance and Future Fund held this film competition for film students on Human Rights. The best 26 films will have their world premieres in a special section of the festival on November 17th and 18th.

Starting Monday, November 19th, 39 films from 28 film schools in 20 countries will be competing for ten prizes worth a total of € 50,000.

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