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'Friend of Mine' to open Hamburg fest

6 September 2006 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

COLOGNE, Germany -- Sebastian Schipper's drama Ein Freund von Mir (A Friend of Mine) will open this year's Hamburg International Film Festival, organizers said Wednesday. It will be the world premiere of the feature, which stars Daniel Bruehl (Good-bye, Lenin!) as a straight-laced insurance salesman and Juergen Vogel (The Free Will) as the free spirit who turns his life upside down. »

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Tribeca 2006 winners!

8 May 2006 | ioncinema | See recent ioncinema news »

- Here are the winners as announced by the festival. The Founders Award for Best Narrative Feature â€. Blessed By Fire (Iluminados por el Fuego), Directed by Tristán Bauer, Argentina, Spain. Presented by Robert De Niro and Jane Rosenthal with Dick Walsh. Winner receives $25,000. Art award "Twin City Theatre", created by Wim Wenders.  Jury compromised Ed Burns, Terry George, Josh Lucas, Kelly Lynch, Antonio Skármeta, Trudie Styler and Melvin Van Peebles. Best Documentary Feature â€. War Tapes, Directed by Deborah Scranton, USA. Presented by Ken Burns and Ira Yohalem.  Winner receives $15,000. Art award "Untitled", created by Alex Katz. Jury compromised Ken Burns, Robert Drew, Whoopi Goldberg, Oren Jacoby, Rory Kennedy and Marc Levin.  Special Documentary Jury Prize - Voices of Bam, Directed by Aliona van der Horst and Maasja Ooms, Netherlands. Presented by Ken Burns and Ira Yohalem.  Winner receives $10,000. Art award "Moroccoâ€., created by Clifford Ross. Jury compromised Ken Burns, »

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Hot topic: Germany's mean streets

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

BERLIN -- Attendees at this year's Berlin International Film Festival could be forgiven for thinking that Germany is coming apart at the seams. Judging by the latest crop of local films, unemployment is rife, youth gangs rule the streets and your average German can barely contain his desire to rape, murder and destroy. Films like Competition entry The Free Will about a violent serial rapist, Tough Enough, which plays like a German Mean Streets, or the skinhead initiation of Combat Sixteen are worlds away from the feel-good history of Goodbye, Lenin! or wry upper-crust comedy of a Dorris Doerrie movie. »

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