Germans out in force at Flanders
by German Films
The Flanders International Film Festival in Ghent will be held this year from October 7-18. Twenty-three German films and co-productions will be shown at the 35th edition of the festival, where the focus is on music as a dramaturgical element.
A Hero’s Welcome by Brigitte Bertele is the German title in official competition. Other films competing are the co-productions Delta [+see also:
interview: Kornél Mundruczó
interview: Orsi Tóth
film profile] by Kornél Mundrczó and Ben Hopkins’ The Market [+see also:
Hayo Freitag’s The Three Robbers, Dennis Gansel’s The Wave [+see also:
film profile], Andreas Dresen’s Cloud 9 [+see also:
film profile], as well as the co-productions Snow [+see also:
film profile] by Aida Begic and Tulpan [+see also:
film profile] by Sergej Dvortsevoy, will be shown as Festival Previews, out of competition.
The shorts I Don’t Feel Like Dancing by Evi Goldbrunner and Joachim Dollhopf and Summer Sunday by Sigi Kamml and Fred Breinersdorfer will screen in the Prix UIP Ghent section.
The experimental section Look Apart will be showing various works by Karl Kels as well as the Austrian/German co-production Who’s Afraid of Kathy Acker by Barbara Caspar. Trip to Asia: A Quest for Harmony by Thomas Grube is screening in the Eye Tunes sidebar.
Director Dresen has been invited to serve on the festival's international jury.
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