World premiere at the 70th Berlinale // 'Berlinale Camera' for Ulrike Ottinger

Paris Calligrammes

Director: Ulrike Ottinger

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Best Music Award at CANNESERIES

Bauhaus - A New Era

a series by Lars Kraume

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German Film Award 2018: Best Documentary and Best Editing

Beuys

by Andres Veiel

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Prix du cinéma suisse 2019 "BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY", Bavarian Film Award 2018 "BEST DOCUMENTARY"

Eldorado

by Markus Imhoof

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German Film Award 2016

The People vs. Fritz Bauer

by Lars Kraume

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News

Nomination

"Paris Calligrammes" nominated for the German Documentary Film Award 2020

PARIS CALLIGRAMMES has high hopes for the German Documentary Film Award 2020. We are delighted that the jury has nominated the film by Ulrike Ottinger for the award presented by SWR. In PARIS CALLIGRAMMES the artist and filmmaker talks about her life in Paris in the 1960s and how the city has shaped her work until today. The world premiere took place at the Berlinale 2020, but cinema exploitation was interrupted by the Corona crisis. But PARIS CALLIGRAMMES will be shown in cinema soon. You will find the dates on our website and in our social media channels on Instagram and Facebook.

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Media library

"Berlin 1945 - Diary of a metropolis" in the media libraries

In May 1945 the war in Europe came to an end and Berlin lay in ruins. Those who had been defeated were liberated. May 2020 marks the 75th anniversary of the end of the Second World War. To mark this occasion, zero one film has produced the documentary “Berlin 1945 – Diary of a metropolis”, in co-production with bauderfilm, rbb Rundfunk Berlin Brandenburg and ARTE. On 05.05. ARTE showed the documentary and on 08.05. it was broadcast by rbb. Now “Berlin 1945 – Diary of a metropolis” is available in the media libraries of ARD and ARTE (english Subtitles). The DVD of the documentary will be released on June 19th.

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festival

"Winter Journey" at Dok.fest Munich@home

WINTERREISE by Anders Østergaard celebrated its German premiere at Dok.fest Munich @home

From 6-24 May, the DOK.fest Munich @home brought the festival home. It presented a selection of 121 international festival films, Q&As and live events via an online platform. The films could be selected, paid online and accessed.

Documentary or fiction? In a challenging conversation Martin Goldsmith uncovers the hushed-up story of his Jewish parents. A hybrid tale about the search for identity, which is as touching as it is captivating as a result of its unusual form.

The film at Dok Munich

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