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El cine alemán desembarca en París

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- Mañana empieza el 24° Festival de Cine Alemán organizado hasta el 8 de octubre por German Films en la capital francesa

El cine alemán desembarca en París
The Audition, de Ina Weisse

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Tomorrow, the French premiere of The Audition [+lee también:
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by Ina Weisse, which has just earned Nina Hoss the Best Actress Award at San Sebastián after it world-premiered at Toronto (and which will be distributed in France from 6 November, courtesy of Les Films du Losange), will have the honour of opening the 24th Festival of German Film, set to unspool until 8 October in Paris, at L’Arlequin cinema. Organised by German Films, the event will, through its "Cinema of Today" programme, present a selection of ten features (representing the crème de la crème of recent German film output) that will be screened in the presence of their creators.

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Other movies set to get an airing as French premieres are System Crasher [+lee también:
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by Nora Fingscheidt (Silver Bear – Alfred Bauer Prize at Berlin this year and set to be distributed in France from 19 February 2020, by Ad Vitam) and The Collini Case [+lee también:
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by Marco Kreuzpaintner, which will bring the festival to a close (French distribution handled by ARP Sélection).

Three other films that made a splash at Berlin this year are also on the menu: Oray [+lee también:
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by Mehmet Akif Büyükatalay (crowned Best First Feature at the 2019 Berlinale), All My Loving [+lee también:
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by Edward Berger (unveiled in Panorama) and Cleo [+lee también:
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by Erik Schmitt (first revealed as part of the Generation Kplus programme).

The programme also includes A Regular Woman [+lee también:
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by Sherry Hormann (in competition at Tribeca this year), the comedy 25 km/h [+lee también:
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by Markus Goller (which was quite the box-office hit in its home country), the animated film Fritzi: A Revolutionary Tale [+lee también:
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by Ralf Kukula and Matthias Bruhn, and the German-Swiss documentary Another Reality [+lee también:
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by Noël Dernesch and Olli Waldhauer (first introduced at Locarno, in the Critics’ Week).

Also of note are a special screening for the documentary Heimat Is a Space in Time [+lee también:
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by Thomas Heise (presented in the Berlinale Forum) and a Focus on actress Luise Heyer, who was nominated in two categories of the German Film Awards (Deutscher Filmpreis) this year: for Best Actress for The Most Beautiful Couple [+lee también:
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by Sven Taddicken and for her turn in Caroline Link’s All About Me [+lee también:
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, which eventually earned her the Best Supporting Actress gong.

Lastly, the line-up of the gathering also comprises 17 short films, including the best shorts of 2019 from German film schools (Next Generation) and the winners of the Short Tiger Award (for the best shorts of under five minutes’ duration).

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