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Television 'Made in Germany' in New Orleans - Export-Union offers German rights traders a podium at the world's largest TV fair

When NATPE (National Association of Television Programme Executives) is held in New Orleans from 24-27 January, an amalgamation of German producers and rights traders will be attending for the...


"Slamdance" to show two German films - TUVALU and DOLPHINS in the competition section of the "counter-festival to Sundance"

No less than two German films are taking part in the 6th "Slamdance" Festival: TUVALU by Veit Helmer and DOLPHINS by Farhad Yawari.

Helmer has already made a name for himself internationally...


OTOMO in competition at the Rotterdam Film Festival - Germany also very well represented in sidebars

The 29th Rotterdam Film Festival (26.01. - 06.02.2000) has invited the young director Frieder Schlaich to participate with OTOMO in the competition for the renowned Tiger Award which is regarded as...


Cinema from Germany dominates competition on Brussels - GLOOMY SUNDAY picked as closing film

Of the 14 films being presented this year by the 27th Brussels International Film Festival (19-29 January 2000) in the official competition, no less than four of German origin.

Göteborg likes films from Germany - Almost 30 German films in this year's festival programme

Twenty feature films and nine shorts from Germany are in this year's programme of the Göteborg Film Festival, the largest film event of Northern Europe (28.01.- 6.02.2000). Founded in 1979, the ...



Representatives of the foreign press resident in Hollywood (Hollywood Foreign Press Association) have just nominated AIMÉE & JAGUAR by Max Färberböck for the "Best Foreign Language Film Golden Globe...


Gigantic Recognition - Two German debut films invited to Sundance

The Sundance Festival 2000 (20-30.1.2000) will present two films by German newcomer directors in its sidebar "World Cinema": GIGANTIC by Sebastian Schipper and OI! WARNING by Dominik and Benjamin...


2nd Festival of German cinema in London ends with success - GLOOMY SUNDAY enthralls premiere audience

The selection of films, made as always by an expert jury of the host country, was presented for the first time within thematic strands:

"New German Films":
GLOOMY SUNDAY by Rolf... more

NIGHTFALL feted by festivals

The young Berlin director Fred Keleman has been a prize-winner on no less than two occasions in the last few days: his film NIGHTFALL received the Main Prize in Gijón and the FIPRESCI Award for the...


Approval for Festival of German Cinema in Buenos Aires

Organisers Export-Union and Goethe-Institut very pleased with response to pilot project in South America.
Another festival in Mexico City being planned.

This was the first time that Export-Union...

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