Blogposts in September 2017:
The moment you’ve all been waiting for!
Application forms for the 2018/19 academic year are now available online; please use this linkto register and upload your application and further material.
Please keep these deadlines in mind:
04th Dec. - Last chance to register
11th Dec. - Last chance to upload application and materials
You can find further information on the application process hereLink
Good luck to all applicants!
Prospective students can find out more about application requirements and courses at the DFFB in a series of study advisory sessions on 7th October 2017 (from 11.00 to 18.00).
Alongside information and advice on studying specific disciplines (directing, production, cinematography and screenwriting), there will also be general advisory sessions on studies at the DFFB.
The DFFB will also be organizing guided tours, offering visitors an exclusive glimpse behind the scenes.
As well as presentations of the sound studios, we’ll be showcasing our modern postproduction suite, which enables us to work on all filmmaking steps in-house, from initial filming to the digital print.
Our cinematography students will be presenting further technical highlights, and demonstrating some of the DFFB’s camera and lighting equipment.
In addition, visitors can also find out about our two postgraduate programmes, SERIAL EYES and UP.GRADE, as well as the Filmnetzwerk Berlin, which aims to organise regular get-togethers for Berlin-based filmmakers.
And of course our in-house cinema will once again be screening selected films from the over 200 works created at the DFFB by our students over the course of a year.
You can find the full programme here.
Looking forward to seeing you there!
Alexandra Balteanu’s film VANATOARE (Screenplay: Xandra Popescu, Cinematography: Matan Radin, Production: Stanislav Danylyshyn) has been nominated for the YOUNG FILM ART PRIZE, endowed with 10.000 € prize money!
The award ceremony will be held on 20th October at Hamburger Bahnhof in Berlin under the aegis of the National Gallery Prize.
Initiated in 2011 and awarded every two years by the Friends of the National Gallery Association and the GERMAN FILM ACADEMY, the prize aims to draw new audiences to works of film art and to focus attention on interactions between the asethetics of art and of film.
Congratulations to Alexandra’s whole team!
Source: Deutsche Filmakademie
LOMO – The Language of Many Others (Director: Julia Langhof, Screenplay: Thomas Gerhold, Julia Langhof, Cinematography: Michal Grabowski, Production: Eva Kemme, Martin Heisler) won two prizes last night at the FIRST STEPS AWARD 2017. Actor Jonas Dassler won the Götz George Young Talents Award for his lead role in LOMO.
In addition, DFFB alumnus Michal Grabowski was awarded the Michael Ballhaus Prize for his cinematography.
Congratulations to the whole team!