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ProSieben, Constantin extend pact

8 November 2006 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

COLOGNE, Germany -- German indie production powerhouse Constantin Film has extended its output deal with broadcast group ProSiebenSat.1 for another two years, through 2008, the companies announced Tuesday.

The arrangement will give ProSieben German free-TV rights to all of Constantin's in-house productions, including new comedy titles from directors Leander Haussmann (Berlin Blues) and Oscar-nominated Marc Rothemund (Sophie Scholl: The Final Days.)

Constantin first signed with ProSieben in February 2005. Films delivered under that output agreement include boxoffice hits Perfume -- The Story of a Murderer, Resident Evil: Apocalypse and German kids film Hui Buh -- The Goofy Ghost.

Under a separate deal, Constantin licensed a package of high-profile film titles to ProSieben. These include the George Clooney thriller Michael Clayton, horror sequel The Grudge II, Asterix At The Olympic Games featuring Gerard Depardieu and Alain Delon and Bridge To Terabithia, the upcoming fantasy feature from Chronicles of Narnia producers Walden Media.

Tuesday's deal follows ProSieben's three-year, $300 million licensing agreement with Warner Bros. International Television (HR 10/28) and comes as reports are circulating that the German broadcaster is being put up for sale. By buffing up its feature films slate, ProSieben could be improving its bargaining position for a future sell-off.

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Mueller voted in at Senator, head of prod.

28 June 2006 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

COLOGNE -- Christoph Mueller, the Oscar-nominated producer of Sophie Scholl -- The Final Days has joined Berlin-based Senator Entertainment as head of the company's production division, Senator Film Produktion. Senator announced that Mueller will take over the post July 1, replacing Benjamin Herrmann, who left the company in April. German industry veteran Peter Heinzemann has already taken up Herrmann's other job as head of Senator's distribution arm, Senator Filmverleih . Mueller joins Senator from Munich-based Goldkind film, where he is co-managing director with Sven Burgemeister. The move suggests a closer working arrangement between Goldkind and Senator could be in the works. »

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German film awards pile up for 'Sophie'

16 January 2006 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

COLOGNE, Germany -- Marc Rothemund's Nazi-resistance drama Sophie Scholl -- The Final Days, already a front-runner for nomination in this year's foreign-film Oscar race, has added another German award to its long list of honors, winning the Bavarian Film Prize for best film. Sophie Scholl, which recounts the final days in the life of the eponymous resistance fighter, already piled up multiple honors at last year's Berlin International Film Festival as well as the German and European Film Awards. The Life of Others, a Cold War thriller set in communist East Germany that marked the feature debut of television director Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck, was the other big Bavarian Film Prize winner. Star Ulrich Muehe was named best actor, and von Donnersmarck received best script and best newcomer honors as well as the VGF Prize. »

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German film awards pile up for 'Sophie'

13 January 2006 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

COLOGNE, Germany -- Marc Rothemund's Nazi-resistance drama Sophie Scholl -- The Final Days, already a front-runner for nomination in this year's foreign-film Oscar race, added another German award to its long list of honors Friday night, winning the Bavarian Film Prize for best film. Sophie Scholl, which recounts the final days in the life of the eponymous resistance fighter, already piled up multiple honors at last year's Berlin International Film Festival as well as the German and European Film Awards. The Life of Others, a Cold War thriller set in communist East Germany that marked the feature debut of television director Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck, was the other big Bavarian Film Prize winner. Star Ulrich Muehe was named best actor, and von Donnersmarck received best script and best newcomer honors as well as the VGF Prize. »

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