Congrats to Magnus Gertten, who received the Award for the Best Political Film at Filmfest Hamburg this weekend.
We are very proud of having four films of our catalog with a premiere at IDFA this November. The Kloos & Co. production HOLY COW by Imam Hasanov at First Appearance, the new film by Jorge Caballero, PACIENTE in the Feature Competition and two Best of Fests: K2 – TOUCHING THE SKY and EVERY FACE HAS A NAME. Meet us there from November 19 til 26.
We are very happy about the selection of GAYBY BABY and DADDY’S GIRL for the International Program at DokLeipzig 2015. Also our colleagues Stefan, Diana and Anja will be there from Monday 26 til Thursday 29. Please feel free to schedule a meeting through firstname.lastname@example.org
We are happy to announce the European premier of the film in three cities on the same day: 10-10 is the day for watching GAYBY BABY in Copenhagen, London and Warsaw. We are very happy to be part of BFI, Warsaw IFF and Mix Copenhagen.
The film is part of the International Forum at the Human Rights Film Festival in Nuremberg. Here are the screening dates: Friday, October 3, 21:15 Kommkino Saturday, October 4, 15.15 Festsaal
Here are the screening dates EVERY FACE HAS A NAME at Filmfest Hamburg: Sunday, October 4, 19:00 Studio Wednesday, October 7, 19:15 Abaton And the film will be screened at the Human Rights Film Festival in Nuremberg: Tuesday, October 6, 19:15 Filmhauskino Wednesdy, October 7, 18:30 Festsaal
The wonderful film about the oldest Hip Hop-Dance crew of the world will come to German cinemas October 1. Don’t miss it!
The beautiful film by Magnus Gertten will come to Budapest, Hamburg and Nuremberg soon. Don’t miss it at the festivals.
Congratulations to Walking Under Water. At Gran Paradiso FF the film was awarded with the WWF Italia by the Jury on the following grounds: a story of poverty, dignity, suffering, but also of love for freedom and for a sublime and hostile nature, harsh and indifferent, at the end of the world. A nature rich in spirituality, lived with respect and awe, where simple propitiatory rites are the mediation to penetrate it. A sad, beautiful and poetic documentary. Neorealist!
Two screening are planed for the CSD on August 19. One in Madgeburg and one in Hamburg.