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Filmfestival Münster 2011 – Let’s get started

The 14th Filmfestival Münster, organised by Filmwerkstatt Münster, is ready to roll. Wednesday 12 October is the starting date for both our series of over 140 films and the accompanying competitions with award money worth €16,500 in total. For five days and nights, a cinematic programme that is as exciting as it is varied will transform Münster into a hotbed of film fever.
 
Simply taking part and putting in an appearance is the key to the festival, and this also goes for the filmmakers we have invited from all over Europe. To name a few, director Oleg Novkovic will travel 1,622 km from Belgrade just to be with us and personally introduce his Serbian drama “White White World”, selected for the European Feature Film Competition exploring the issue of what keeps life together. Three of the five main actors in Michael Schaerer’s Swiss entry “Stationspiraten” (Bold Heroes), Vincent Furrer, Max Hubacher und Nicolas Hugentobler, will visit Münster as a veritable teenage gang in conjunction with the impressively sensitive film about what it’s like in a ward for children suffering from cancer. David Wnendt, writer and director of “Kriegerin” (Combat Girls), a German-made film in the running for the awards, will be with us to provide some insights into his gripping debut film, which has already won the First Steps award. Flemish filmmaker Koen Mortier’s second film, “22nd of May”, a breathtaking dissection of terror and trauma, is also a contender, and actress Barbara Callewaert will be joining us in Münster. Bart Van Langendonck and David Ramaekers, the producers of “Portable Life”, the feature film debut from Belgian photographer Fleur Boonman, will come to Münster together and be joined by the wonderful leading actress Ella-June Henrard for the film’s German premiere on Thursday. And of course, we will be delighted to welcome our very popular neighbours and repeated guests from across the Dutch border, who will be showing some of their latest documentaries.
 
The film festival will open with a gala event on Wednesday and the premiere of “Tage die bleiben” (A Family of Three). We will be joined by Münster-born writer and director Pia Strietmann, and by members of the stellar cast, such as lead Götz Schubert, Max Herbrechter and Lisa Feller. Also present will be the film’s producers, Sven Nuri and Fritz Böhm, and others who made a contribution to its creation. We’re looking forward to raising the curtain on our great film festival at the Cineplex venue, and we hope to see you there!
 
Further information is available at:
www.filmfestival-muenster.de

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