Director Philipp Eichholtz Guest lecturer at the Academy of Fine Arts Saar

This month director Philipp Eichholtz  with his three Darling Berlin films “Liebe mich!” (English: “Love Me!”), “Luca tanzt leise” (English: “Dancing quietly”) and “Rückenwind von vorn” (English: “Away we go”) works as a guest lecturer at the College of Fine Arts Saar (German: Hochschule der Bildenden Künste Saar). All his films will be shown the week…

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Director Philipp Eichholtz receives “Variety’s 10 Europeans to Watch” tribute at the Berlinale

In front of around 2000 guests, Berlin director Philipp Eichholtz received the award “Variety’s 10 Europeans to Watch” at the Ritz Hotel on Potsdamer Platz on Saturday from Variety editor-in-chief Steven Gaydos and Medienboard boss Kirsten Niehuus. Eichholtz’s film “Rückenwind von vorn” (English “Away You Go”) opened the perspective of this year’s Berlinale and will…

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“Luca tanzt leise” (“Dancing Quietly”) now in cinemas in Germany!

On 19th January, Darling Berlin releases a new romantic tragicomedy: “Luca tanzt leise” (English: “Dancing Quietly”) by director Philipp Eichholtz, whose debut “Liebe mich!” (English: Love me!) was already a remarkable success in Germany’s independent movie scene. It tells the story of Luca, a young woman who tries to take her Abitur after some dark…

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Great success for “Lotte” and Lana Cooper (“Love Steaks”) at achtung berlin Festival

This year’s achtung berlin Festival – which is one of the most important festivals for independent cinema productions in Germany – has turned out to be a successful one for Darling Berlin and its movies and actors: our newest movie “Lotte” by Julius Schultheiß has won the 1st prize in the category Best Feature Film!…

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“Dancing Quietly” taking part in achtung berlin’s new berlin film award 2016

The latest project of German independent shooting star Philipp Eichholtz, “Luca tanzt leise” (English direct translation: “Luca’s Silent Dance”, English title: “Dancing Quietly”) is one of the feature films taking part in this year’s competition for the ‘new berlin film award’. The movie is “a little love-letter to all those whose biggest struggle is to…

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Darling Berlin attends 37th Max Ophüls Film Prize in Saarbrücken

One of the most prestigious German film festivals is currently taking place in Saarbrücken, named after a true pioneer of the German movie scene, director Max Ophüls. For us, it goes without saying that our staff is present there – with the Darling Berlin movies “Family Fever” (by Nico Sommer, German: “Familienfieber”) having won the…

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