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CANNES 2014 Market/Germany

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New German Films at Cannes 2014

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- German Films’ Cannes market screenings are completely sold out

New German Films at Cannes 2014
Bank Lady by Christian Alvart

The colourful children’s comedy Fiddlesticks [+see also:
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will kick off the New German Films market screenings at Cannes on Friday 16 May in the Palais des Festivals. “We are delighted to present the latest German productions to the industry representatives at Cannes, under the ‘New German Films’ label,” stated Mariette Rissenbeek, head of German Films. “The right holders really appreciate this opportunity. All our screening slots are completely booked out again this year.”

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In total, German Films is presenting 35 new German feature films at the festival. Among them are award-winning movies such as Banklady [+see also:
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by Christian Alvart (Global Screen) and Edgar Reitz’s historical emigrant drama Home from Home – Chronicle of a Vision [+see also:
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, which won the German Film Award prizes for Best Film, Best Director and Best Script (news). The strong line-up includes the German box-office hit Suck Me Shakespeer [+see also:
trailer
making of
interview: Jella Haase
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by Bora Dagtekin (Picture Tree International); the first sustainably produced German feature film, Buddy [+see also:
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(Beta Cinema), by German writer-director and actor Michael Bully Herbig (see industry report); and Detlev Buck’s recent adventure Bibi & Tina [+see also:
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(Beta Cinema).

The German screenings in Cannes also feature several Berlinale competition titles such as Beloved Sisters [+see also:
film review
trailer
film focus
interview: Dominik Graf
film profile
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by Dominik Graf (Global Screen), Dietrich Brüggemann’s Stations of the Cross [+see also:
film review
trailer
film focus
Q&A: Dietrich Brüggemann
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(Beta Cinema), Jack [+see also:
film review
trailer
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by Edward Berger (Beta Cinema) and Inbetween Worlds [+see also:
film review
trailer
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interview: Feo Aladag
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by Feo Aladag (The Match Factory). The programme will be closing with the docudrama The Green Prince [+see also:
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by Nadav Schirman (Global Screen) on Wednesday 21 May.

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