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CANNES 2007 Market

German Films present 21 new titles

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German Films will present 21 domestic titles at the upcoming Cannes International Film Festival (May 16-27), as well as highlights of Next Generation 1998-2007 at the Marché du Film, on behalf of German producers and sales agents.

The program will open on May 18, with House of the Sleeping Beauties (Das Haus der Schlafenden Schoenen) by Vadim Glowna. The sidebar will be rounded off on Wednesday, May 23 with a selection from Next Generation 1998-2007.

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Also showing are:

To The Limit [+see also:
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by Pepe Danquart

The Big Sellout by Florian Opitz

The Three Investigators [+see also:
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by Florian Baxmeyer

The Counterfeiters [+see also:
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by Stefan Ruzowitzky

Mirage (Fata Morgana) by Simon Groß

GG19 by Harald Siebler et al

The Last Train by Joseph Vilsmaier

Madonnas by Maria Speth

My Fuehrer [+see also:
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by Dani Levy

Nothing But Ghosts [+see also:
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(Nichts als Gespenster) by Martin Gypkens

Prater [+see also:
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by Ulrike Ottinger

Rudy, The Racing Pig 2 (Rennschwein Rudi Ruessel 2) by Peter Timm

Heavyweights [+see also:
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by Marcus H. Rosenmueller

The Unpolished [+see also:
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by Pia Marais

Four Minutes [+see also:
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by Chris Kraus

Vivere by Angelina Maccarone

Vollidiot [+see also:
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by Tobi Baumann

The Wild Soccer Bunch 4 by Joachim Masannek

8 Miles High (Das Wilde Leben) by Achim Bornhak

Yella [+see also:
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by Christian Petzold

New German Films is one of the important services for the rights-holders of German films. German Films books 36 screening slots at the Marché du Film and makes these available to interested producers and exporters in return for a share of the costs. It supports the screenings with a series of promotional measures (including a special brochure and advertisements in the dailies of Screen International, Variety and Film Francais) for the whole program. The screenings are open to all registered films provided program slots are available. There is no selection made of the films.

You can reach German Films in the German Pavilion in Cannes via tel. +33 493 99 86 00 and fax +33 493 99 86 21.

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