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ROTTERDAM 2014

Lose My Self competes in Rotterdam

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- Rotterdam will introduce Jan Schomburg's second feature, amongst other German selections

Lose My Self competes in Rotterdam
Jan Schomburg

Lose My Self [+see also:
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, Jan Schomburg's second feature film after Above Us Only Sky [+see also:
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, has been selected to compete at the 43rd Rotterdam International Film Festival (January 22–February 2, 2014). The film, starring Maria Schrader, Johannes Krisch, Ronald Zehrfeld, and Sandra Hüller, tells the story of a couple who is suddenly confronted with a difficult situation: the wife has lost her memory, and consequently her identity. Lose My Self was produced by Pandora Film.

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The competition, which includes only first and second films, will be opened by the German co-production Qissa [+see also:
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by Anup Singh, coproduced by Heimatfilm.

The Bright Future sidebar will introduce the road movie Oilfields Mines Hurricanes by Fabian Altenried, produced by bildundtonfabrik and the Schuldenberg Foundation, as well as Grzegorz Muskala's Whispers Behind the Wall (One Two Films, DFFB).

In the section titled "The State of Europe – My Own Private Europe", Cynthia Beatt will show A House in Berlin (Heartbeatt Pictures). Julian Radlmaier will present A Proletarian Winter's Tale (DFFB) in "The State of Europe – Grand Tour". Spectrum is featuring the German/Thai film Supernatural by Thunska Pansittivorakul (coproduced by Jürgen Brüning Filmproduktion), and Spectrum Shorts includes several German titles.

Finally, Rotterdam is dedicating a retrospective to the German documentary filmmaker Heinz Emigholz.

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