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Cannes: Medienboard Reception at the Grand Hotel (Photo Gallery)

17 May 2016 2:39 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Berlin funding agency Medienboard hosted a cocktail reception on May 14 to celebrate the films it funded that feature in the festival program. These include competition films Maren Ade’s “Toni Erdmann” and Bruno Dumont’s “Ma Loute.” Ade is the first female German director to have a film vying for the Palme d’Or since Margarethe von Trotta with “Paura e amore” in 1988.

Medienboard also backed Mehmet Can Mertoglu’s Critics’ Week film “Album” and Jonathan Littell’s documentary “Wrong Elements,” which is a Special Screenings.

Constantin’s Thorsten Koch and Martin Moszkowicz, Daniel Brühl, Oliver Berben of Moovie, and Katrin Berben (Photo: Courtesy of Medienboard)

Medienboard chief Kirsten Niehuus and Berlinale festival head Dieter Kosslick

Actors Julia Jentsch (“24 Weeks”) and Daniel Brühl (“Captain America: Civil War”) meet again in Cannes for the first time since Hans Weingartner’s “The Edukators” played in Cannes Competition in 2004

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Beta Picks Up Berlin Film Festival Competition Film ’24 Weeks’

25 January 2016 8:17 AM, PST | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

London — Sales company Beta Cinema has picked up worldwide rights to Berlin Film Festival competition entry “24 Weeks.” The film stars Julia Jentsch, who won a Berlin Silver Bear for Oscar-nominated drama “Sophie Scholl: The Final Days.”

“24 Weeks” is the second feature from director/writer Anne Zohra Berrached, and was produced by Zero One Film (“The People vs. Fritz Bauer”). Berrached, whose first feature “Two Mothers” won the Dialogue in Perspective Award at the Berlinale in 2013, and the First Steps Award, co-wrote the script with Carl Gerber.

The film tells the story of cabaret performer Astrid (Jentsch), who six months pregnant learns that her unborn child will be severely disabled. She and her husband Marcus (Bjarne Maedel) have a choice, but little time… With a strong nature and a witty answer to everything, Astrid now feels lost, on her own, impossible to continue her comedy routine. Only she can take this momentous decision. »

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