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A total of eight German films or German-international co-productions can be see at the famous Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Festival in Toronto

The following films were invited to screen in the International Showcase, the international competition section at one of the world's most important documentary festivals:

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"German Pavilion" in Cannes

After the great success of the past four years, German Films and FOCUS Germany, the grouping of the seven leading regional film funds, will again pitch their tents at the Cannes Film Festival in close...

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29th Annecy International Animation Film Festival

Three German entries are competing in the Short Films Competition for the "Grand Prix": FLIEGENPFLICHT FUER QUADRATKOEPFE by Stephan-Flint Müller and MORIR DE AMOR by Gil Alkabetz (both distributed by...

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Ten German films showing at the 4th International Tribeca Film Festival in New York (19.4. - 1.5.2005)

THE DEVIL’S MINER (GER/USA) by Kief Davidson and Richard Ladkani has been selected not only for the section Best Documentary but also for Best First Time Directors. Also nominated for Best Documentary...

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Three German films at the 33rd New Directors/New Films in New York

The famous event NEW DIRECTORS/NEW FILMS will be taking place for the 33rd time in New York. Organized by the Film Society of Lincoln Center and the Department of Film and Media at the Museum of...

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THE NINTH DAY and DOWNFALL in the Competition of the Mar del Plata Film Festival 2005

The festival's Official Competition will see Volker Schloendorff participating with THE NINTH DAY (DER NEUNTE TAG) and Oliver Hirschbiegel with DOWNFALL (DER UNTERGANG). According the new FIAPF...

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Critics Prize for VINZENT in Porto

Overall, Germany was very well represented in Porto this year: apart from showing numerous shorts and feature-length films in the various sections, the festival also collaborated with German Films on...

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DOWNFALL and WEEPING CAMEL Nominated for the OSCAR

After achieving impressive admissions of over 4.6 million in Germany, Oliver Hirchbiegel’s film is not only sought-after on the German film market: after sales in almost all territories, the Academy’s...

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23 German Films at the 27th Short Film Festival in Clermont-Ferrand

Five German films will be taking part in the festival's International Competition: BLIND by Saskia Jell, MORIR DE AMOR by Gil Alkabetz, NEULICH 5 by Jochen Kuhn and the co-productions BY FOOT by Kai...

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The German cinema is well represented this year at the 25th 'Fantasporto' - Oporto International Film Festival.

The competition for full-length films will include VINZENT by Ayassi which will also be competing for the "Mélies d'argent" for the Best European Fantasy Film. Germany is represented in the short film...

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