Elisabeth Scharang's "WOODLAND", produced by Veit Heiduschka's Wega Film, celebrates its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) in the "Centrepiece" section. Picture Tree International is responsible for world distribution.
Berlin-based sales agency Picture Tree Intl. has picked up “Woodland” (“Wald”), written and directed by Elisabeth Scharang, which has its world premiere in the Centrepiece section at the Toronto International Film Festival. The film’s trailer has also just been launched.
Austrian directing icon Dieter Berner and screenwriter Hilde Berger on the very special love affair between Alma Mahler and Oskar Kokoschka, which they illuminate in "Alma & Oskar," their view of cinema and working with actors. Her film premieres at the Munich Film Festival on June 27 and opens nationwide via Alamode on July 6.
On the afternoon of June 12th, the 25th Shanghai International Film Festival's main competition section entry "The Chapel" had its screening and audience meet-up. Director Dominique Deruddere, lead actress Taeke Nicolai, and producer Bart Van Langendonck were present to interact with fans and share their understanding of the film.
6月12日下午，第25届上海国际电影节金爵奖主竞赛单元参赛片《琴声诉忆》（The Chapel）迎来放映及观众见面会。导演杜明历·狄鲁第（Dominique Deruddere）、女主角泰克·尼古拉（Taeke Nicolai）以及制片人Bart Van Langendonck到场和影迷交流，分享了他们对影片的理解。
“Measures of Men” tells the story of the systematic massacre of Herero and Nama people in what is now Namibia. Its maker hopes the film will bring a debate about Germany’s colonial guilt into the center of society.
Lars Kraume took his period drama, about the massacre of the Herero and Nama tribes by German colonial powers, on tour in Namibia before its European release. "If this film can be a tool for reparations, that would be a good thing."
In his dark historical comedy “Seneca,” Robert Schwentke explores themes of power, corruption and hypocrisy as he traces the fateful final days of the Roman philosopher and dramatist that followed his souring relationship with the despotic Emperor Nero.
The nominations stand firm: Actress Lea van Acken, director Burhan Qurbani and Amnesty Secretary General Markus N. Beeko will choose the winning film of this year's Amnesty Film Prize from among 20 works at the 73rd Berlinale.
Lars Kraume, who explores Germany’s 19th-century, bloody colonization of Southwest Africa (present-day Namibia) in his latest work, “Measures of Men,” has lined up his next project, a feature film inspired by a California prison program that brings together young inmates with aging prisoners suffering from dementia.
Picture Tree Int’l (PTI) has boarded sales on German Sophie Scholls – The Final Days Oscar-nominee and hitmaker Marc Rothemund’s heart-warming family drama Weekend Rebels, inspired by the true story of a father who forged a special bond with his autistic son through the search for a perfect soccer club.
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