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The Festival of German Films in Buenos Aires celebrates its tenth birthday!

After nine successful festival years dedicated to German cinema, expectations are high for the 10th edition of the Festival of German Films in Buenos Aires. The jubilee year will see eleven new feature films, a documentary, a children’s film as well as the NEXT GENERATION 2010 program of shorts being shown in the „Hoyts Abasto“ festival cinema between September 23 – 29, 2010. In addition, the program will be rounded off with the screening of the silent film DER LETZTE MANN with musical accompaniment by the Trio Antepenúltimo.

The festival will be opened on the evening of September 23, 2010 with a gala screening of WHEN WE LEAVE (DIE FREMDE) in the presence of the director Feo Aladag in Hoyts Abasto. In Aladag‘s thrilling feature debut, Sibel Kekilli plays a single mother who leaves her husband behind in Istanbul in her search for independence and a new beginning in Berlin.

The main program will present the new German feature films BERLIN `36 by Kaspar Heidelbach, THE DAY WILL COME (ES KOMMT DER TAG) by Susanne Schneider, FRIENDSHIP! by Markus Goller, MY WORDS, MY LIES – MY LOVE (LILA, LILA) by Alain Gsponer, NANGA PARBAT by Joseph Vilsmaier, RUN IF YOU CAN (RENN, WENN DU KANNST) by Dietrich Brueggemann, I’VE NEVER BEEN HAPPIER (SO GLUECKLICH WAR ICH NOCH NIE) by Alexander Adolph, CEASEFIRE (WAFFENSTILLSTAND) by Lancelot von Naso laufen. In addition, the directors Ralf Huettner (VINCENT WANTS TO SEA/VINCENT WILL MEER) and Philip Koch (PICCO) will be travelling to Buenos Aires to introduce their films in person to the Argentinian audience.

Moreover, the festival program will include the documentary KINSHASA SYMPHONY which portrays Central Africa’s only symphony orchestra, L’Orchestre Symphonique Kimbanguiste. The younger audience and families will be catered for by HANNI & NANNI, based on Enid Blyton’s successful series of books. This year will also see a presentation of German Films‘ reel of short films NEXT GENERATION 2010, supported by Kodak.

In cooperation with Transit Film and the Friedrich-Wilhelm-Murnau Stiftung, German Films will be showing the silent film DER LETZTE MANN by F. W. Murnau as the festival’s closing event. The screening will have musical accompaniment by the Trio Antepenúltimo.

The audience will have an opportunity during the festival to vote for its favourite film which will then be shown again on the last evening.

The event’s partners are the German Embassy in Buenos Aires, the Goethe Institut in Buenos Aires, Kodak, the Friedrich-Wilhelm-Murnau Stiftung, Transit Film, Multi Logistics, Deutsche Welle-TV, Volkswagen, Revista Llegás, Eurochannel and Cátulo Tango. The in-kind awards for the Auduence Award were donated by Kodak.


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