“Queen of Niendorf” (Darling Berlin) celebrates US premiere at New York International Children’s Film Festival

With two sold out performances at New York International Children’s Film Festival (NYICFF), the film “Queen of Niendorf” (Darling Berlin) by Joya Thome celebrated its US premiere. The New York International Children’s Film Festival was founded in 1997 to support the creation and dissemination of thoughtful, provocative, and intelligent film for children and teens ages…

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“Kim hat einen Penis” (Darling Berlin) opens the film festival achtung berlin 2019

Philipp Eichholtz’s new film “Kim hat einen Penis” (Darling Berlin) is the opening film of the 15th achtung berlin – new berlin film award. The festival will take place from April 10th to 17th and will traditionally open with the film at the Berliner Kino International on Wednesday, April 10th. Philipp Eichholtz’s fourth feature film…

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German film critics voted “Queen of Niendorf” (Darling Berlin) for children’s film of the year

“Queen of Niendorf” (German: “Königin von Niendorf”) has been awarded “Children’s Film of the Year 2018” by the Association of German Film Critics (VdFK). The award ceremony took place on Monday evening (February 02, 2019) during the 69th Berlinale in Berlin. The film by Joya Thome prevailed against the blockbuster “The Little Witch” (German: “Die…

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“Queen of Niendorf” by Joya Thome nominated for the Prize of the German Film Critic

The film “Queen of Niendorf” (German: “Königin von Niendorf”) by Joya Thome is nominated in the category “Best Children’s Film” at the “Preis der deutschen Filmkritik 2018”. Thus, “The Queen” appears against “The Little Witch,” a film by Michael Schaerer, who was also nominated. The prize has been awarded for more than 60 years by…

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The vampire movie “Montrak” by Stefan Schwenk is now on sale

The comeback of the German vampire movie is now on sale (release date: 08.02.2019). Grandios occupied with many famous German stars like Cosima Shiva Hagen (7 Zwerge – Männer allein im Wald), Julia Dietze (Iron Sky) or Sönke Möhring (Inglourious Basterds). The film is recommended by X-RATED, Germany’s # 1 Horror Magazine, and is winner…

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“Searching Eva” by Pia Hellenthal in the official program of the 69th Berlinale

The documentary “Searching Eva” by director Pia Hellenthal will celebrate its world premiere on 11 February in the official programme of this year’s 69th Berlinale. This extraordinary portrait has been nominated for Best Documentary in both the Panorama Documents section and the Teddy Award. UCM.ONE starts “Searching Eva” in November 2019 in cinemas all over…

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Homage to Will Tremper in the Filmmuseum Munich

For the 20th anniversary of the death of director and author Will Tremper, the Filmmuseum Munich will be showing its three Darling Berlin films “Flucht nach Berlin” (English: “Escape to Berlin”) “Playgirl” and “Die endlose Nacht” (English: “The Endless Night”) in December, culminating in a revival of the Tremper film “Sperrbezirk” has been lost for…

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Joya Thome wins with “Queen of Niendorf” (Darling Berlin) the German Director’s Award 2018 for “Best Director Children’s Film”.

Joya Thome has been honoured for her film “Queen of Niendorf” (German: “Königin von Niendorf”) [Darling Berlin] in Munich with the German Director Award 2018 (Metropolis) in the category Children’s Film. The prize was awarded for the 8th time at a gala event in the Audimax of the Hochschule für Fernsehen und Film in Munich.…

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Luzie Loose wins with “Swimming” the “Hofer Goldprize” for the best director

The film “Schwimmen” (English title: “Swimming”) by Luzie Loose has won the “Hofer Goldpreis” award for Best Director at the Hof International Film Festival. The award is given in memory of the longtime director of the Hofer Filmfestival Heinz Badewitz, who died in 2016. The prize was handed over by Edgar Reitz, who had the idea…

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“Everything Always All the Time” (Darling Berlin) celebrates International Premiere at the Prague Film Festival

Philipp Eichholtz’s new film “Everything Always All the Time” (German: “Kim hat einen Penis”) celebrates its first international appearance at the Prague Film Festival after its premiere at the Munich Film Festival in July 2018. The screenings will take place on Sunday, 21 October 21 and Friday, November 2nd. The film was invited to the…

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