Aug 24 2012

Hannah Arendt is a German Oscar entry

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Eight films were submitted to German Films by German producers for consideration as the German entry for the 85th Oscar® competition in the category of „best foreign language film“:

FAREWELL TO THE FROGS (ABSCHIED VON DEN FRÖSCHEN) by Ulrike Schamoni (Ziegler Film)

BARBARA by Christian Petzold (Schramm Film)

REMEMBRANCE (DIE VERLORENE ZEIT) by Anna Justice (Media Park, Film- und Fernsehproduktion)

HANNAH ARENDT by Margarethe von Trotta (Heimatfilm)

HOTEL LUX by Leander Haußmann (Bavaria Film Pictures)

COMBAT GIRLS (KRIEGERIN) by David Wnendt (martens Film- und Fernsehproduktion)

GUARDIANS (SCHUTZENGEL) by Til Schweiger (Barefoot Films)

THIS AIN’T CALIFORNIA by Marten Persiel (Wildfremd Production)

The screenings of the submitted films for the independent expert jury will be held in Berlin on 29th and 30th August, 2012. The title to be sent into the running for Germany will be announced on 30th August.

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Eight films were submitted to German Films by German producers for consideration as the German entry for the 85th Oscar® competition in the category of „best foreign language film“:

FAREWELL TO THE FROGS (ABSCHIED VON DEN FRÖSCHEN) by Ulrike Schamoni (Ziegler Film)

BARBARA by Christian Petzold (Schramm Film)

REMEMBRANCE (DIE VERLORENE ZEIT) by Anna Justice (Media Park, Film- und Fernsehproduktion)

HANNAH ARENDT by Margarethe von Trotta (Heimatfilm)

HOTEL LUX by Leander Haußmann (Bavaria Film Pictures)

COMBAT GIRLS (KRIEGERIN) by David Wnendt (martens Film- und Fernsehproduktion)

GUARDIANS (SCHUTZENGEL) by Til Schweiger (Barefoot Films)

THIS AIN’T CALIFORNIA by Marten Persiel (Wildfremd Production)

The screenings of the submitted films for the independent expert jury will be held in Berlin on 29th and 30th August, 2012. The title to be sent into the running for Germany will be announced on 30th August.

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