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Shakespeer, Prince and Sisters go abroad with German Films

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- In its 7th Distribution Support sitting for 2014, German Films has allocated €60,000 to help the theatrical releases of German films abroad

Shakespeer, Prince and Sisters go abroad with German Films
Beloved Sisters by Dominik Graf

In its 7th sitting for 2014 (the 61st overall), German Films' Distribution Support Awards committee decided to fund ten theatrical release campaigns for German films abroad. A total of €60,000 were allocated.

The committee decided to support the following releases:

Ein Geschenk der Götter in Austria (2014/12/12, Dist: Filmcasino, World Sales: Arsenal Filmverleih)
Suck Me Shakespeer [+see also:
trailer
making of
interview: Jella Haase
film profile
]
in Hungary (2014/12/25, Dist: Big Bang Media, World Sales: Picture Tree International)
Suck Me Shakespeer in Vietnam (2014/12/19, Dist: Film Studio A Vietnam Company)
Beloved Sisters [+see also:
film review
trailer
film focus
interview: Dominik Graf
film profile
]
in Poland (2014/11/28, Dist: Aurora Films, World Sales: Global Screen)
Beloved Sisters in the USA and in Canada (2014/12/24, Dist: Southport Music Box)
The Green Prince [+see also:
trailer
film profile
]
in the UK (2014/12/05, Dist: Curzon Film World, World Sales: Global Screen)
The Green Prince in Australia (2014/12/04, Dist: Madman Entertainment)
Stations of the Cross [+see also:
film review
trailer
film focus
Q&A: Dietrich Brüggemann
film profile
]
in Poland (2014/12/26, Dist: Aurora Films, World Sales: Beta Cinema)
Run Boy Run [+see also:
film review
trailer
making of
film profile
]
in France (2014/12/24, Dist: Sophie Dulac, World Sales: Radiant Films International)
Phoenix [+see also:
film review
trailer
making of
film focus
interview: Christian Petzold
film profile
]
in Austria (2014/12/05, Dist: Stadtkino Filmverleih, World Sales: The Match Factory)

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The Distribution Support program was created in 2005 to support the theatrical release of German films abroad. Subsidies are awarded for additional measures over and above the release campaign already planned by the foreign distributors. The support, which can go up to €50,000, is granted in the form of a conditionally repayable loan. Funding of up to €10,000 can also be allocated as a grant.

The Distribution Support guidelines and the application form can be downloaded here.

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