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German films in Buenos Aires

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- German Films is currently organising the 12th edition of the German Film Festival in the Argentinian capital

German films in Buenos Aires

The 12th German Film Festival / Festival de Cine Alemán (September, 13-19) is currently on in Buenos Aires. German Films is collaborating with various partners to present a selection of new German films to the Argentinian audience as well as distributors and the media.

The opening film was Doris Dörrie's Bliss [+see also:
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(photo - Constantin Filmproduktion), with lead actor Vinzenz Kiefer on hand to introduce the film.

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Other films in the programme are: Robert Thalheim's Westwind [+see also:
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(credo:film), Matthias Glasner's Berlinale title Mercy [+see also:
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interview: Matthias Glasner
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(Knudsen & Streuber Medienmanufaktur, Schwarzweiss Filmproduktion, ophir film), Christian Zübert's Three-Quarter Moon [+see also:
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(d.i.e. film), David Wnendt's successful Combat Girls [+see also:
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interview: Jella Haase
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(MAFILM), Christian Schwochow's Cracks In the Shell [+see also:
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(teamWorx), Marcus O. Rosenmüller's Wunderkinder (CCC-Filmkunst), Hans Weingartner's Hut In the Woods [+see also:
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(Kahuuna Films), Detlev Buck's Rubbeldiekatz (Film 1, Universal Pictures Germany, Boje Buck Produktion), Marten Persiel's This Ain't California [+see also:
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(Wildfremd Production), and Mike Marzuk's Famous Five [+see also:
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, adapted from Enid Blyton's notorious book series (SamFilm).

The festival is also presenting: the short film programme Next Generation 2012; a special screening of the German-Argentinian co-production The German Friend by Jeanine Meerapfel (Malena Filmproduktion, Geißendörfer Film), in cooperation with the Argentinian distributor Primer Plano Film Group (ahead of its Argentinian October release); the screening of Friedrich Zelnik's Die Weber (1927) with accompanying live music.

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