The Lolas in Berlin
06/06/2003 - Tonight is the biggest night of German cinema, the night when their equivalent of the Oscars, the Lolas will be presented in Berlin’s Tempodrom. For the moment the only certainty is Stephen Daldry’s best foreign film victory for The Hours.
The novelties of the 2003 Lolas include the return of the best screenplay award, relegated until now to Berlinale, that will also go to film projects as well as completed titles.
The run-up to the Lolas saw Germany’s leading producers of animated films ask culture minister, Christina Weiss to create a Lola for their category. At present, cartoons compete alongside children’s films.
BEST CHILDREN’S FILM
Das Fliegende Klassenzimmer
Rivers And Tides
Soldatenglueck Und Gottes Segen
Hannelore Elsner (Mein Letzter Film)
Sophie Rogall (Fickende Fische)
Kathrin Sass (Good Bye, Lenin!)
BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS:
Corinna Harfouch (Bibi Blocksberg)
Maria Simon (Good Bye, Lenin! e Lichter),
Laura Tonke (Baader e Pigs Will Fly)
BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR:
Florian Lukas (Good Bye, Lenin!)
Devid Striesow (Lichter)
Manfred Zapatka (Elefantenherz)
Wolfgang Becker (Good Bye, Lenin!)
Hans-Christian Schmid (Lichter)
Tomy Wigand (Das Fliegende Klassenzimmer)