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23 German films in Cannes

The Export-Union of German Cinema will be presenting 23 new German films at the Marché du Film at the film festival in Cannes (12 – 23 May 2004) on behalf of German producers and distributors.

The following German films can be seen in the market from 14 – 19 May in 36 screenings:

· Äshäk, Tales from the Sahara by Ulrike Koch
· Aus Liebe zum Volk by Eyal Sivan and Audrey Maurion
· Autobahnraser by Michael Keusch
· Blueprint by Rolf Schübel
· The Dark Side of Our Inner Space by Roland Reber
· Frau fährt, Mann schläft by Rudolf Thome
· Gate to Heaven by Veit Helmer
· Gegen die Wand (Head-On) by Fatih Akin
· Gone by Zoltan Paul
· Kleine Freiheit (A Little Piece Of Freedom) by Yüksel Yavuz
· Kleinruppin Forever by Carsten Fiebeler
· Lautlos (Soundless) by Mennan Yapo
· Liegen lernen (Learning To Lie) by Henrik Handloegten
· Die Mitte (The Center) by Stanislaw Mucha
· Die Nacht singt ihre Lieder (Nightsongs) by Romuald Karmaker
· The Nomi Song by Andrew Horn
· Olgas Sommer (Olga's Summer) by Nina Grosse
· Sams in Gefahr by Ben Verbong
· Schultze gets the Blues by Michael Schorr
· Schussangst (Gun-Shy) by Dito Tsintsadze
· The Stratosphere Girl by M.X. Oberg
· Was nützt die Liebe in Gedanken (Love In Thoughts) by Achim von Borries
· Die wilden Kerle by Joachim Masannek

„New German Films“ is one of the most important services provided by the Export-Union for the rights-holders of German films. The Export-Union hires a cinema screen at the Marché du Film in Cannes and offers screening slots to interested producers and exporters in return for a participation in the costs. It supports the screenings with a series of promotional measures for the complete programme. The Export-Union is not involved in selecting the films presented


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