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Awards

Berlin International Film Festival

1999 Won
Teddy
Jury Award

The Jury Award is in recognition of the exceptional quality and diversity of gay and lesbian German... More

The Jury Award is in recognition of the exceptional quality and diversity of gay and lesbian German films in this year's Berlinale. Beginning with the inspiring selection of Aimee & Jaguar (1999) the first lesbian film to open the Berlinale; to Lola and Billy the Kid (1999), a demanding look at the Turkish gay immigrant experience; to Gendernauts: A Journey Through Shifting Identities (1999), a thorough examination of transgender identity, as well as the comedic short films Runt (1999) and _NY 'NY 'n Why Not (1999)_, these five German films brilliantly represent the gay and lesbian community and the talent of German film-makers on the world stage. On behalf of these German films in this year's festival the Jury asks Wieland Speck, director of Panorama, to accept this award.


Chicago International Film Festival

1986 Nominated
Gold Hugo
Best Feature
Westler (1985)
1983 Nominated
Gold Hugo
Best Short Film
Das Geräusch rascher Erlösung (1983)

Max Ophüls Festival

1986 Won
Audience Award
Westler (1985)

Pusan International Film Festival

2015 Won
Korean Cinema Award

San Francisco International Lesbian & Gay Film Festival

1986 Won
Audience Award
Best Feature
Westler (1985)

Seattle Lesbian & Gay Film Festival

2001 Won
Award for Excellence
Best Documentary
Escape to Life: The Erika and Klaus Mann Story (2000)
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Torino International Gay & Lesbian Film Festival

1987 Won
Festival's Plate
Westler (1985)

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