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Nomination of VIRAL for Best Documentary Series at the Berlin TV Series Festival
Wow! More great news for VIRAL. Fingers crossed!
A Perfect Crime: Nomination for the German Business Film Award
Great news! Our four-part series A Perfect Crime- about the dark side of German reunification – has been nominated for the Business Film Award in category I – Business Well Explained! Congratulations to the nominated colleagues and the whole team! Jan Peter Georg Tschurtschenthaler André Nier Philipp Gromov David Gesslbauer Jürgen Rehberg Torsten Striegnitz Nils Kacirek Mila Meyer-Kaya Janne Gärtner Xavier Agudo Florian Fettweis Kathrin Isberner Sandra Zentgraf The Post Republic Claudia Gittel
A PERFECT CRIME - nominee for German 57th Grimme-Award 2021
What a pleasure, our four-part series on Netlfix ROHWEDDER - about the dark side of the German reunification - is nominated for the Grimme Award in the category: Information & Culture!
THE FORUM nominee for Rose d'Or Award 2020
Hurray! THE FORUM (dir: Marcus Vetter) has landed among the documentary finalists for this year’s Rose d’Or Award. Our film competes against five strong documentaries, among them Academy Award nominee and BAFTA winner FOR SAMA. www.dasforum-derfilm.de
Nominations for Riddle of the Bones: Gender Revolution
The Terra X documentary “Riddle of the Bones: Gender Revolution” questions long-standing scientific results and their research history – and has been nominated for four awards at international film festivals: SILBERSALZ, Germany (Science and Media Awards – Best European Documentary Feature), Pariscience, France (Science Télévision Competition), Arkhaios Film Festival, USA (in Competition), China International Conference of Science & Education Producers (China Dragon Award). We look forward to the discourse.
Premiere Tintoretto in Canada (FIFA)
Tintoretto – The Man Who Killed Painting was selected at the Festival International du Film sur l’Art (FIFA). Screening March 21st at 8pm at the Canadian Center for Architecture (Montréal)
WU XING - Infinity of the Moment: Screening at European Film Market (EFM), Berlinale 2020
Our German-New Zealand-Chinese co-production WUXING – INFINITIY OF THE MOMENT will be screened at the European Film Market (EFM) at Berlinale 2020. The Screening takes place on Sunday on the 23rd of February at 17:40 pm at the Parliament Studio of the. Berlin House of Representatives, Niederkirchnerstraße 5, 10111 Berlin. WUXING – INFINITIY OF THE MOMENT is a cinematic journey through all seasons and climate zones of China on the traces of the millennia-old system.  
Dream Boat
Dream Boat will be broadcast on ARTE on the 28th June at 22.55—exactly 50 years to the day since the Stonewall Riots.
THE ART OF MUSEUMS – Festival Selections and Award Nomination
We’re delighted to announce “The Art of Museums” series has been selected the “Gulf of Naples Independent Film Festival”, where the Museo del Prado with Joyce DiDonato and Munch Museum with Karl Ove Knausgård will be shown in May. The series will also be shown on July 22nd as part of the “East Hampton TV Festival” and in November at the “New York City TV Festival” Not only this, it’s also been nominated for a Remi Award at World-Fest Houston. Keep your fingers crossed!
Special Mention for "Who is Oda Jaune?"
The feature documentary by Kamilla Pfeffer “Who is Oda Jaune?” premiered at the Berlin Filmfestival in 2016 and has been shown in German cinemas and international film festivals. It has now received a Special Mention for special achievements in creating a film on art. The festival aims to attract the interest and attention of the audience specificly to this film festival dedicated to films on art and artists and to achieve highest publicity among the cultural and pedagogical sector. The film competition is one of the rare events worldwide, based on the idea to present films made by film makers who, artists themselves, explore the universe of another artist.
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