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74th Berlinale – Hamburg is represented with eight premieres in Berlin

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74th Berlinale – Hamburg is represented with eight premieres in Berlin

Among the other guests: the Sløborn-Cast Emily Kusche and Aaron Hilmer (“Luden”) as well as the actors and actresses Bjarne girl, Aylin Tezel, Pheline Roggan and Tyron Ricketts.

The guests of the traditional reception as part of the Berlinale are welcomed at the state representation by Carsten BrosdaSenator for Culture and Media and Helge Albers, Managing Director of MOIN Film Funding. With the reception, the film in and from Hamburg will be honored and made visible on the international stage. It offers film funding and Hamburg filmmakers the opportunity to talk to national guests and international partners.

On Sunday, February 18th, this year too Hamburg’s First Mayor Dr. Peter Tschentscher Visit the Berlinale for discussions with the film industry.

There will also be an exclusive look behind the scenes of the new platform on Monday, February 19th in the Gropius Building OMNI Inclusion Data – a low-threshold and anonymized online query tool with which the diversity of the cinema and TV industry can be better recorded in the future.

Dr. Carsten Brosda, Senator for Culture and Media: “With eight premieres, the film from the north will once again make a strong appearance at the Berlinale. After great international successes in recent years, this once again underlines the importance of Hamburg as a film location, which offers first-class conditions for filmmakers, especially through MOIN film funding. With the reception in the Hamburg state representation, we would like to warmly welcome the film scene again this year as part of the Berlinale and look forward to the shared exchange and the opportunity to celebrate films from the north in the international environment of the festival. And it’s not just outstanding films that make an important contribution to understanding our crisis-ridden world. The industry itself also promotes social cohesion and will, for example, contribute to more diversity in the film industry through the new OMNI platform developed by MOIN Film Funding.”

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Helge Albers, Managing Director of MOIN Film Funding: “We are going to the Berlinale this year with a very strong program. With “Die” by Matthias Glasner and “L’Empire” by Bruno Dumont, there are two MOIN-funded films in competition at the festival that could hardly be more different. In addition, “System Sprenger” director Nora Fingscheidt presents her new film “The Outrun” with Hollywood star Saoirse Ronan. I’m really looking forward to welcoming the film teams to our Hamburg Tea Time at the state representation. But there is a second highlight: the presentation of our new diversity platform OMNI Inclusion Data – an online tool with which we can finally produce better data on diversity in the German cinema and TV industry in the future.”

The appointment takes place on:

Saturday, February 17, 2024, 3:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. at the Representation of the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg to the Federal Government, Jägerstraße 1-3, 10117 Berlin

Accreditation notice
Media representatives can register for reporting until Wednesday, February 14th at [email protected]. Film and photo shoots following the official program will also be possible during the event for a limited period of time.

Registration for the OMNI Inclusion Data presentation event is also possible until Thursday, February 15th, at [email protected]. The event (presentation + discussion) will take place on February 19, 2024 from 9:45 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. in the cinema in the Gropius-Bau, Niederkirchnerstraße 7, 10963 Berlin.

More information about the OMNI program: www.omni-inclusion.de

The eight MOIN-funded productions in the Berlinale program:

Die (world premiere, competition)
Hamburg native Matthias Glasner returns to the Berlinale competition with his new drama “Die” (Port au Prince Films, Hamburg). The film was shot last winter for almost three weeks in the Hanseatic city and in Schleswig-Holstein. The star-studded film about the intensity of life in the face of the audacity of death will star, among others, Corinna Harfouch, Lars Eidinger, Lilith Stangenberg and Anna Bederke.

The Empire (world premiere, competition)
The Hamburg company Red Balloon Film is the German co-producer of the new science fiction film “L’Empire” by Bruno Dumont. The film with French superstar Camille Cotin in one of the leading roles is in the running for the Golden Bear alongside “Die”. Part of the post-production took place in Hamburg.

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Treasure (World Premiere, Gala Special)
In Julia von Heinz’s new comedy “Treasure” (Seven Elephants, Berlin), the American Ruth (played by Lena Dunham) travels to Poland with her father Edek (Stephen Fry) to get to the bottom of the legacy of her Jewish family. Part of the post-production took place in Hamburg. The literary adaptation is based on the novel “Too Many Men” by Lily Brett.

The Outrun (European premiere, Panorama)
The drama “The Outrun,” produced by the Weydemann Bros. from Hamburg and directed by Nora Fingscheidt and starring Hollywood star Saoirse Ronan, celebrated its world premiere at Sundance and can now be seen at the Berlinale.

My Stolen Planet (world premiere, panorama)
In “My Stolen Planet” (Jyoti Film, Hamburg) by filmmaker Farahnaz Sharifi, the Iranian Farah is forced to flee into her own world. Part of the post-production took place in Hamburg.

porcelain (World premiere, Generation Kplus)
The short film “Porzellan” by Annika Birgel (Problemkind, Berlin) was shot in 2023 in Lübeck and on the Halligen in Schleswig-Holstein.

Reproduction (world premiere, forum)
In “Reproduction” (five film, Hamburg), the Hamburg filmmaker Katharina Pethke examines the compatibility of motherhood and artistic work.

Traces of movement in front of the ice (world premiere, forum)
In “Traces of Movement in Front of the Ice,” filmmaker René Frölke travels to a Zurich basement where the remains of the Pendo publishing house, founded in 1971, are located.

Imagery

Photos from the tea time will be on the day of the event in the evening www.moin-filmfoerderung.de available for free download.

The 74th Berlin International Film Festival will take place from February 15th to 25th, 2024.

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Media inquiries

MOIN film funding
Claudia Hartmann | Communication and events
Phone: 040 398 37 16
E-Mail: [email protected]
Internet: www.moin-filmfoerderung.de

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