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Paradise: Faith - Paradies: Glaube director Ulrich Seidl, Nabil Saleh, W.Thaler, Maria Hoffstratter. Sketch by Nesta.

Paradise: Faith - Paradies: Glaube director Ulricht Seidl, Nabil Saleh, W.Thaler, Maria Hoffstratter. Daylight, Day after rushes. Man has a function and responsibility as a power. Spontaneity. Religion and Marriage. Woman has too much power. Ein Frau. Sketch by Nesta 31/08/12 Venice.

Peter Zumthor at his Atelier. Short film by Wim Wenders. Arsenale, Venice. Sketch by Nesta.

Peter Zumthor at his Atelier with black canvas. A Short film by Wim Wenders. Arsenale, Venice. Sketch by Nesta 30/08/12 Venice.

The global Bitfilm audience Awards

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The results are out! The global Bitfilm audience has chosen the winners of the Bitfilm Festival 2011 through an online vote.In the category 3D SPACE (computer generated 3D animations), the award goes to Kasi Medidi from Hyderabad (India) for the short film “Feel the Punch”.In the category FX MIX (digitally composed hybrid films) the award goes to Alexander Gellner from Berlin (Germany) for the short film “One Minute Puberty”.In the category MACHINIMA (films shot live in computer games or...

2011 Austrian Filmfestival Two Moods

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Films of 3rd editon 2011 2011-11-20 Vienna Sunday Morning Fever (A 2009. 2 min) by Juan Carlos Recalde Alma and the iPhone (A 2011, 1 min) by Julia Frick Der Sensenmann (A 2002, 16 min) by Kawo Reland End of a  love story (A 2011, 1 min) by Julia Frick Liebst du mich? (A 2010. 3 min) by Dietmar Zahn & Martin Schmid Rückfall ausgeschlossen (A 2011. 7 min) by Arne Nostitz-Rieneck Alma and the Voice Mail (A 2011, 1 min) by Julia Frick Sommerreigen (A 2007. 27 min) b...

sehsüchte 2011 Wim Wenders

sehsüchte 2011's retrospective was dedicated to German filmmaker Wim Wenders. 

13th Festival of German Films opens in Madrid with GOETHE!

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The Festival of German Films is being held for the 13th time in Madrid from 31 May to 4 June, 2011. In total, seven new feature films, a documentary, the first ever presentation of a complete television series and numerous shorts will be screened in the festival cinema at „Cine Palafox“. Moreover, the programme will be completed by a retrospective dedicated to the „German Film Award“. On the evening of 31 May, 2011, the festival will be opened in Cine Palafox with a gala screening of GOE...

Audience record at the 9th Festival of German Films in Moscow

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The 9th Festival of German Films in Moscow (2.-7.12.2010) German Films and the Goethe Institut Russia posted a new audience record for their Festival of German Films in Moscow with over 6,000 admissions. Seven of the eight feature films were shown in sold-out performances at the 550-seater cinema. Particular favourites of the audience were FRIENDSHIP! by Markus Goller, which won the Audience Award, closely followed by the opening film VINCENT WANTS TO SEA (VINCENT WILL MEER) by Ralf Huettner an...

EFP announces jury for SHOOTING STARS 2011

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Distinction for Europe's best young actors at the Berlinale 2011 (February 10 - 20)European Film Promotion (EFP) has announced the names of the jury for SHOOTING STARS 2011. They will be selecting Europe's ten most talented young actors to be presented at the Berlin International Film Festival from February 12-14, 2011 and honoured for their artistic achievements. Beforehand, the EFP member organizations had nominated their candidates. Initiated by European Film Promotion (EFP), the event is fin...

Homage to Luise Ullrich for her 100th Birthday

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In memory of her lifework and to commemorate Luise Ullrich’s 100th birthday, which she would have celebrated on October 31, 2010, her most important films will be screened once in movie theaters in Vienna, Munich, and Berlin. Among them is also RWFs “family series” EIGHT HOURS DON’T MAKE A DAY.Beginning in the 1930s, the Vienna-born actress appeared in more than fifty movies. Successful on theater stages throughout Germany, she even managed to get a Hollywood contract. After engagements ...

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Wim Wenders at Plus Camerimage Festival

The Festival of German Films in Buenos Aires celebrates its tenth birthday!

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After nine successful festival years dedicated to German cinema, expectations are high for the 10th edition of the Festival of German Films in Buenos Aires. The jubilee year will see eleven new feature films, a documentary, a children’s film as well as the NEXT GENERATION 2010 program of shorts being shown in the „Hoyts Abasto“ festival cinema between September 23 – 29, 2010. In addition, the program will be rounded off with the screening of the silent film DER LETZTE MANN with musical a...

„The City Below“ to open Oldenburg International Film Festival

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Emotional, sensual and elegant are fitting ways to describe Christoph Hochhäusler’s “The City Below” (Unter dir die Stadt). In it he portrays a cold, male-dominated world, ruled by power and money. Nicolette Krebitz gives a convicing performance as a fun-loving wife of a banker, who turns her husbands capitalistic morals upside down. Christoph Hochhäusler (“Falscher Bekenner”, “Milchwald”) is fascinated by the parallel universe called “the banking system”, whose inhabitants s...

JOHN RABE wins Audience Award in London

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The 12th Festival of German Films in London (27.11.-3.12.2009) posted record attendance this year. Not only Florian Gallenberger's JOHN RABE, but many other sold-out screenings show that German cinema has a faithful audience in London.The festival opened with Detlev Buck's new film SAME SAME BUT DIFFERENT which was presented to audience in person by the director and lead actor David Kross. Also well attended: EVERYONE ELSE (ALLE ANDEREN, Maren Ade), ANONYMA – A WOMAN IN BERLIN (ANONYMA – EIN...

Festival of German Films in Paris awards

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Great success for German cinema at the 14th Festival of German Films in Paris (30th September – 6th October 09)!The festival was opened by Andreas Dresen's WHISKY WITH VODKA (WHISKY MIT WODKA) which had celebrated its international premiere at the festival of Karlovy Vary where it was awarded the prize for Best Direction. The French audience was also much taken by the presentation from the lead actor Henry Huebchen and the producer Christoph Mueller who were there in person to answer question...

Emily Atef (The Stranger in me) wins Grand Prix in Sao Paulo

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Last Thursday saw the 32nd Sao Paulo International Film Festival come to an end with a double success for THE STRANGER IN ME (DAS FREMDE IN MIR). Director Emily Atef won the prize for the „Best Film", and the prize for „Best Actress" went to Susanne Wolff. Wim Wenders, the festival's guest of honour, was presented with the „Humanity Award".German films were not only in large numbers in the competition, but also in the festival's other sections. Altogether, the festival showed 29 German fil...

Spotlight On Bavarian Cinema At Montreal FF

 Wednesday, August 27------Bavaria has been a cinema stronghold in Germany for over 100 years. While many German film companies and filmmakers have migrated to Berlin in the last decade, Munich still remains the main hub for the German film industry. Directors like Doris Dorrie and Sonke Wortmann have been famous Bavarian film names for the last few decades. In recent years, Bavarian films have won innumberable prizes at home and abroad, including Oscars for Florian Gallenberger (Quero ser), Ca...

Spotlight On Bavarian Cinema At Montreal FF

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Bavaria has been a cinema stronghold in Germany for over 100 years. While many German film companies and filmmakers have migrated to Berlin in the last decade, Munich still remains the main hub for the German film industry. Directors like Doris Dorrie and Sonke Wortmann have been famous Bavarian film names for the last few decades. In recent years, Bavarian films have won innumberable prizes at home and abroad, including Oscars for Florian Gallenberger (Quero ser), Caroline Link (Nowhere In Afri...

German Film Award Nominations 2008

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The German Film Academy announced today the nominations for 15 categories of the 2008 German Films Awards (LOLA). The award ceremony takes place on April 25th in Berlin. The following films are nominated: Best Feature FilmAND ALONG COME TOURISTS produced by 23/5 Filmproduktion, directed by Robert ThalheimON THE EDGE OF HEAVEN produced by corazón international, directed by Fatih AkinCHERRY BLOSSOMS produced by Olga Film, directed by Doris DörrieSHOPPEN produced by ralf westhoff filmproduktion,...

German Film Award Nominations 2008

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The German Film Academy announced today the nominations for 15 categories of the 2008 German Films Awards (LOLA). The award ceremony takes place on April 25th in Berlin. The following films are nominated:Best Feature FilmAND ALONG COME TOURISTS produced by 23/5 Filmproduktion, directed by Robert ThalheimON THE EDGE OF HEAVEN produced by corazón international, directed by Fatih AkinCHERRY BLOSSOMS produced by Olga Film, directed by Doris DörrieSHOPPEN produced by ralf westhoff filmproduktion, D...

Wim Wenders Tribute from BFI

Wim Wenders Tribute from BFI

German Films Go North: Happy cinema-goers and filmmakers

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The evening of the second Sunday in Advent saw the cinema projector in Stockholm being turned off for „German Films Go North".In retrospect, one can say that the fourth Festival of German Films surpassed the success of the previous year. Both the audience figures and the interest of the press and distributors were higher.In Copenhagen (26 – 29 November), the most enthusiastic reception was given to the film THE EDGE OF HEAVEN (AUF DER ANDEREN SEITE) by Fatih Akin, which won the Audience Awar...

"Import Export" by Ulrich Seidl

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Import Export, presented in Competition, marks the return of the Austrian director Ulrich Seidl to Cannes, five years after having presented his startling Dog Days. His new film tells the story of two characters on opposite tracks: a young Ukrainian nurse who goes to Austria to find employment, and a young Austrian man who settles in Ukraine, also to earn a livelihood. Shot in extreme conditions, at temperatures of 20°F below zero, Import Export features the work of two amateur actors, Ekateryb...

Wim Wenders in Cannes

Wim Wenders

Brussels Festival of European Film - Programme

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"Relaunched last year with a new crew and new objectives, the Festival continues with its new formula that discovers new European talent from the 45 countries of the Council of Europe. The programme will therefore be made up exclusively of the first and second works of European filmmakers, but across all the genres.English decadence, irreverent Belgian humour, French transsexuals, intellectual Spanish directors, almost silent but moving cinema from Italy. This is what we will find in the selecti...

Kinderfilmfest

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The programme of the 27th Kinderfilmfest is now complete, more than two weeks before the festival begins. This year’s Kinderfilmfest competition and the new 14plus competition will include a total of 20 feature films and 19 short film productions from 24 countries. On February 6, 2004 the 27th Kinderfilmfest will be opened by the actor and singer Dominique Horwitz. It will start off with the British film Wondrous Oblivion, whose screening will be attended by its director, Paul Morrison, and it...

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