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We are happy to offer English subtitled interviews now with some of the most renowned film professionals, each of them having formed contemporary German filmmaking in their respective profession.
We invite you to watch the following newly subtitled interviews:
Producer Bernd Eichinger on PERFUME
Director Wolfgang Becker on GOOD BYE, LENIN!
Actress Martina Gedeck on MOSTLY MARTHA
Cinematographer Michael Ballhaus on MARTHA
Editor Mathilde Bonnefoy on RUN LOLA RUN
Composer Niki Reiser on NOWHERE IN AFRICA
Costume designer Gabriele Binder on THE LIVES OF OTHERS
Detlev Buck's latest film SAME SAME BUT DIFFERENT: vierundzwanzig.de leads you behind the scenes with interviews and gives you insights into the work of four different crafts:
- Actors David Kross and Stefan Konarske about dubbing scenes of the film and accessing your "emotional memory"
- Scriptwriter Ruth Toma about fictionalising a true story
- Set designer Udo Kramer about the authenticity of a film set
- The Sound Re-Recording Mixer and Supervising Sound Editor about bringing the film to life accoustically
"Akademie Breaks" during the Berlinale 2009
During the Berlinale 2009, the German Film Academy hosted a series of talks with film professionals, the "Akademie Breaks". Some of the most renowned German film creatives, all members of the German Film Academy, met their colleagues from all over the world to talk about their areas of work, with vivid participation of the audience:
Writing & Directing: Love Affair or Crime Scene? Oscar-winning director and scriptwriter Florian Gallenberger (JOHN RABE - winner of last year's LOLA for Best Film at the German Film Awards) talked with Ivy Ho, scriptwriter from Hong Kong;
From Kinshasa to Patagonia: Oscar winning directors Pepe Danquart (SCHWARZFAHRER, HEIMSPIEL, AM LIMIT) and Jeffrey Levy-Hinte (SOUL POWER, WHEN WE WERE KINGS) on the challenges of making documentaries;
Creating Worlds for the World: How does Production Design enter Minds? German Film Academy member Dirk Dotzert discusses with LOLA winning production designer Silke Buhr (THE LIVES OF OTHERS, FOUR MINUTES) about actual developments in her field of work.