Blogposts in July 2017:
Katharina Wyss’s degree film SARAH JOUE UN LOUP-GAROU / SARAH PLAYS A WEREWOLF (Cinematography: Armin Dierolf, Production: Charlie Petersmann) will have its world premiere in the International Film Critics’ Week (Settimana Internazionale della Critica) at the 74th Venice International Film Festival.
The festival, which will be held this year from 30th August to 9th September in Venice, is among the oldest and most renowned film festivals in the world.
The film is an intermezzo films, Mnemosyn Films and DFFB coproduction.
Our warmest congratulations!
Two Prizes at the 28th. FIDMarseille Film Festival for the film LASS DEN SOMMER NIE WIEDER KOMMEN /LET THE SUMMER NEVER COME AGAIN
Director Alexandre Koberidze has won two prizes for his film LASS DEN SOMMER NIE WIEDER KOMMEN/ LET THE SUMMER NEVER COME AGAIN (Director/Screenplay/Cinematography: Alexandre Koberidze, Production: Alexandre Koberidze, Nutsa Tsikaridze, Keti Kipiani) at this year’s FIDMarseille Film Festival in France.
And these prizes are not to be sneezed at – he was awarded both the GRAND PRIX OF THE INTERNATIONAL COMPETITION and the FIRST FILM PRIZE.
Our warmest congratulations – we’re delighted about this great success!
(Source: LOMO.FILM Facebook page)
At this year’s Munich Film Festival, DFFB alumni Julia Langhof and Thomas Gerhold have been awarded the German Cinema New Talent Award for Best Screenplay, endowed with 10,000 € prize money, for LOMO - LANGUAGE OF MANY OTHERS.
The film had already been nominated for the Studio Hamburg Young Talents Award in the Best Film category and has now celebrated a successful world premiere at the Munich Film Festival.
What a crowning achievement – our congratulations to the whole DFFB alumni team!