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GOLD

by Thomas Arslan

synopsis

Canada, the summer of 1898. A group of German settlers travel towards the far north in covered wagons with packhorses and their few possessions in tow. The seven travellers set off from Ashcroft, the final railway station. Along with their leader, flamboyant businessman Wilhelm Laser, they are hoping to find their fortune in the recently discovered goldfields of Dawson, but they have no idea of the stresses and dangers which lie ahead on their 2,500 kilometre journey. Before long uncertainty, cold weather and exhaustion begin to take their toll and conflicts escalate. The journey leads these men and women deeper and deeper into a menacing wilderness.

international title: Gold
original title: Gold
country: Germany
sales agent: The Match Factory
year: 2013
genre: fiction
directed by: Thomas Arslan
film run: 113'
release date: DE 28/02/2013, FR 24/07/2013, PT 26/09/2013, DK 15/05/2014
screenplay: Thomas Arslan
cast: Nina Hoss, Lars Rudolph, Uwe Bohm, Marko Mandic, Peter Kurth, Wolfgang Packhäuser, Rosa Enskat, Kindall Charters
cinematography by: Patrick Orth
film editing: Bettina Böhler
art director: Reinhild Blaschke
costumes designer: Anette Guther
music: Dylan Carlson
producer: Florian Koerner von Gustorf, Michael Weber
production: Schramm Film Koerner & Weber, ARD Degeto Film GMBH, BR Bayerischer Rundfunk, ARTE Deutschland
distributor: Piffl Medien Filmverleih, Happiness Distribution, Øst for Paradis

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main awards/selection

Berlinale 2013 In competition
Buenos Aires International Festival of Independent Cinema 2013 
CPH PIX 2013 
Edinburgh International Film Festival 2013 
Vancouver International Film Festival 2013 
Rio de Janeiro International Film Festival 2013 
Goethefest Belgrade 2013 
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