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OKTOBERFEST

by Johannes Brunner

synopsis

Oktoberfest tells of people who meet on the last day of the Oktoberfest, lose one another, then find each other again. These little and big stories track individual destinies drawn to one another, converging at the festival. Like the gondolas of the ferris wheel, the individual stories spin around an axis, are held together and put in motion by it. Sometimes they reach the same height, sometimes just a glance of one another, but they are always in motion. The stories all occur simultaneously, and are dramatically linked and interwoven. The shared surface of these stories is the Oktoberfest. There the various episodes find their beginnings, and sometimes their end.

original title: Oktoberfest
country: Germany
sales agent: Telepool
year: 2005
genre: fiction
directed by: Johannes Brunner
release date: DE 01/09/2005
screenplay: Johannes Brunner
cast: Barbara Rudnik, Peter Lohmeyer, August Schmoelzer, Hildegard Kuhlenberg, Arndt Schwering-Sohnrey, Christoph Luser, Mina Tander
cinematography by: Thomas Riedelsheimer
film editing: Horst Reiter
art director: Christian Kettler
costumes designer: Natascha Curtius-Noss
producer: Eric Moss, Kirsten Hager, Marcus Welke, Raimund Ritz
production: Hager Moss Film, BR Bayerischer Rundfunk, ARTE France
backing: Filmförderungsanstalt FFA, BKM, FilmFernsehFonds Bayern
distributor: Movienet Film
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