“Queen of Niendorf” (Darling Berlin) now with over 24,000 viewers in German and French cinemas

The family film “Queen of Niendorf” (Darling Berlin) has reached 15,000 moviegoers in France since the end of August. Thus the film (with the German name: “Königin von Niendorf”) by Joya Thome has been seen by more than 24,000 viewers on German and French screens. Since 16 November, the film has been shown in a…

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In the Focus of Darling Berlin: Short films by Eberhard Weißbarth in the cinema at Berlin’s Bundeplatz

On the occasion of the 70th birthday of the Berlin director Eberhard Weißbarth, the Stiftung Deutsche Kinemathek and the film distributor picture & sound Eberhard Weißbarth – for the first time elaborately restored and digitized as retrospective his excellent Berlin short films as a short film program – in the charm of the 80s! The…

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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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Babylon Berlin TV star Liv Lisa Fries current movie “Rocket Perelman” (Darling Berlin) is now available on all VOD plattforms

Liv Lisa Fries is currently thrilling German and international TV audiences in the ARD / SKY series “Babylon Berlin”. Their current feature film “Rocket Perelman” (Darling Berlin) is now available on all VOD platforms after the release of the DVD. “Rocket Perelman” (German: Rakete Perelman”) tells the story of an artist municipality in Brandenburg, which…

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Darling Berlin launches “Will Tremper Retrospective” at the Frankfurt Film Museum

Director Will Tremper would have turned 90 on September 19, 2018. In his honor, the film label Darling Berlin starts a retrospective of several months of his films. On December 14, 2018, Tremper’s 20th year of death will be also remembered. On this occasion, together with moviemax, UCM.ONE brings his most important films back to…

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German premiere of the film “Datsche” by Lara Hewitt at the international film festival in Stolpe

The film “Datsche” by Lara Hewitt opens as German premiere the first international film festival in Stolpe with the subtitle: “Wonderous Stories”. For the festival premiere, Marcel Grant has selected a total of 28 films with an international board of trustees, including 15 feature films by filmmakers from Germany, France, Italy, England, Belgium, China, Argentina,…

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