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Berlinale unveils Perspektive Fellowship jury

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Berlinale unveils Perspektive Fellowship jury
Jury includes Golden Leopard-winning director Angelina Maccarone, actress jenny Schily and producer Jochen Laube.

The Berlin Film Festival has unveiled the jury that will award the fourth “Made in Germany – Perspektive Fellowship” to a young director prior to the Berlinale.

Part of the Berlinale’s Perspektive Deutsches Kino section, the fellowship supports young German filmmakers in developing a project, material and screenplay. The €15,000 fellowship is funded by watch manufacturer Glashütte Original.

Eligible to participate were all directors who had a film in the Perspektive programme in 2014.

Press screenings of the Perspektive 2015 will kick off on Jan 19 with the presentation of this fellowship to a young talent from the 2014 edition.

The new jury members, all of whom will attend the award ceremony, are director Angelina Maccarone, actress Jenny Schily and producer Jochen Laube. Film journalist Knut Elstermann will host the occasion and invite the press in the name of the Berlinale to talk with the new fellowship holder
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Daily Briefing. "Wings" and News

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Paramount Pictures is celebrating its centennial with a "truly magnificent, high-definition restoration of William A Wellman's 1927 World War I epic Wings," as Dave Kehr puts it in the New York Times. It'll be screening at Seattle's Northwest Film Forum on February 13 but it's also out on DVD and Blu-ray on Tuesday, "the last of the Best Picture Oscar winners to appear on those formats in this country," as Daniel Eagan notes in a piece on the restoration for Smithsonian Magazine. Kehr points out that the famous flying sequences would be created digitally today and with "miniatures, rear projection and optical printing" in the 30s and 40s. "But in 1927 the only way to capture these effects was to perform them in front of live cameras, and Wellman found himself at Fort Sam Houston in San Antonio commanding a 220-plane escadrille staffed by Army airmen and Hollywood stunt flyers."

This first-ever winner
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