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Doris Dörrie competes in Moscow

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- The Whole Shebang leads a whole gang of German (co-) productions (including four in competition), with an emphasis on the Berlin School, to which a special sidebar is dedicated

Doris Dörrie competes in Moscow
The Whole Shebang by Doris Dörrie

The 36th Moscow International Film Festival (June, 19 to 28)is welcoming a vast selection of German films, starting with Doris Dörrie's The Whole Shebang [+see also:
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(Olga Film), a cheerful, yet melancholic comedy about mothers and daughters which will have its international premiere in the Competition section.

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The international competition also features the international coproduction Beti and Amare by Andy Siege, the Swiss/German title Dreamland by Petra Volpe (coproduced byWüste Film Ost), and Anton Corbijn's A Most Wanted Man [+see also:
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(coproduced by Amusement Park Films with British partners). The documentary competition includes the coproduction The Green Prince [+see also:
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by Nadav Schirman, the short film section Marcel Morast's Off the Record.

The 'Free Thought' sidebar will screen, amongst other, Wim Wenders' omnibus project Cathedrals of Culture [+see also:
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(Neue Road Movies), while the Silver Bear winner Stations of the Cross [+see also:
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by Dietrich Brüggemann(UFA Fiction, Cine Plus Filmproduktion) will be shown in'Heavenly Euphoria' and Katrin Gebbe's Nothing Bad Can Happen [+see also:
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(Junafilm) in 'Missing Pictures'. Christoph Faulhaber's Every Picture is an Empty Picture (Protostyle Pictures) will world-premiere in the 'Beyond Feature and Documentary' section, while 'Europe Plus Europe' includes Dominik Graf's Berlinale contender Beloved Sisters [+see also:
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(Bavaria Filmverleih- & Produktion, Senator Film Produktion, Kiddinx Filmproduktion) as well as Gregor Schnitzler's Gaming Instinct [+see also:
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(Clasart Film- und Fernsehproduktion).

Damian John Harper's Los Angeles [+see also:
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(Weydemann Bros., Cine Plus Filmproduktion) is part of 'Far Away So Close'. Robert Bramkamp's Art Girls (IFF Hamburg, Junafilm, BramkampWeirich) and Matthew Way's The Genital Warriors (Way Film Production) are featured in the 'Cine Fantom Alternative' section.

Films of the Berlin School are being shown in a sidebar named 'The Sky Over Berlin', prepared in collaboration with the Goethe-Institut in Moscow. Amongst the eight titles presented within this ambit are Christian Petzold's excellent Yella [+see also:
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, Thomas Arslan's In the Shadows [+see also:
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, and Maren Ade's Everyone Else [+see also:
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The German actress Franziska Petri is a member of the international competition jury.  

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