Awards for 1999

Adolf Grimme Award in Gold

Series/Miniseries

WINNER

Der Laden: Jo Baier (director), Martin Benrath (for the cast)

Outstanding Individual Achievement

WINNER

Jürgen Stähle
For his outstanding achievements doing simultaneous translations for TV.

Adolf Grimme Award

Documentary/Cultural

WINNERS




Ratten: Enno Hungerland, Volker Anding, Werner Kubny (director of photography)

Fenster zur Welt - Das andere Algerien: Azzeddine Meddour (for the algerian filmmakers), Patrice Barrat (idea/conception), Dierk Ludwig Schaaf (producer)

NOMINEES



Das Jahrhundert im Bild
For episode "Che Guevara", 1998.









Die Sendung mit der Maus
For episode "Die Flugzeugmaus".



Naturzeit
For episode "Wenn Tiere reden könnten".

Fiction/Entertainment

WINNERS

Krambambuli: Xaver Schwarzenberger (director/director of photography), Tobias Moretti (actor), Christine Neubauer (actress), Gabriel Barylli (actor)

Gegen Ende der Nacht: Oliver Storz (director/writer), Karoline Eichhorn (actress), Stefan Kurt (actor), Bruno Ganz (actor)

Abgehauen: Frank Beyer (director)

Hauptsache Leben: Connie Walter (director), Renée Soutendijk (lead actress)

NOMINEES


Tatort
For episode "Schwarzer Advent (#1.400)".





Sperling
For episode "Sperling und der brennende Arm (#1.5)".




Tatort
For episode "Bildersturm (#1.388)".

Series/Miniseries

NOMINEES

Jahrtausendwende


Outstanding Individual Achievement

WINNERS

Die Wochenshow: Anke Engelke
For her outstanding achievements doing sketches in the series.

Der Kandidat, Augenzeugen 1998, Leben ohne Arbeit - Langzeitarbeitslose berichten: Thomas Schadt (SWR)
For his above average 1998 TV documentaries.

NOMINEES

Sesamstraße: Wolfgang Buresch (NDR)
For the series of features "Heino und seine Bienen".

Kulturzeit: Gert Scobel (3Sat)
For the series of features "Heino und seine Bienen".

Weltspiegel: Arnim Staudt (WDR)
For the reports about the walrus chasers in Bering Street (Weltspiegel, 2 August 1998) and "Hilflos unter Trümmern" about the earthquake in Afghanistan (WDR, 18 February 1998).

B. trifft...: Bettina Böttinger (WDR)
For the concept and hosting of the series.

Günther Jauch, Marcel Reif (RTL)
For hosting the Champions-League's game Madrid-Dortmund from building the goal until the kick-off.

Kulturreisen: Inseln: Johannes Anastasopoulos (SWR)
For the cinematography in the episode "Lesbos".

Manfred Krug, Charles Brauer (NDR)
For their lead roles as police inspectors in the Tatort series.

Quarks & Co.: Ranga Yogeshwar (WDR)
For the conception and hosting of the series.

Weibsbilder und Televisionen: Frederike Anders (WDR)

Uwe Steimle, Kurt Böwe (NDR)
For their lead roles as police inspectors in the Polizeiruf 110 series.

Über Bande, Katz und Maus: Manfred Stelzer (NDR)
For writing and direction.

Rudis-Geschichten-Wettbewerb: Irene Wellershoff (ZDF)
For the development/creation of the series.

Die Ballade vom Baikalsee: Maxim Tarasjugin (WDR)
For the cinematography.

Audience Award of the 'Marl Group'

WINNER

Special Prize of the Ministry for Development, Culture and Sports

WINNER

Honorary Award

WINNER

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