|“Citizenfour”, Laura Poitra's Oscar-winning documentary on Edward Snowden, picked up a total of three Lola nominations, for best feature documentary, best editing and best sound design.
|“Beyond Punishment”, directed and produced by Hubertus Siegert, is nominated for best feature documentary.
| Tonight, Laura Poitras won an Academy Award for her documentary “Citizenfour”, an inside look at Edward Snowden, the National Security Agency whistleblower.
| Today, the Academy nominated Laura Poitras feature documentary “Citizenfour” for the Oscar.
It's her second Academy Award nomination, she was previously nominated 2006 for My country, my country.
| The Motion Picture Sound Editors (MPSE) has nominated “Citizenfour” for a Golden Reel Award 2015 for best sound in a documentary feature.
| Based on the 2004 best-selling novel by Uri Orlev, “Run Boy Run” is the true story of nine year old Jurek who escaped in 1942 from the Warsaw ghetto into the woods where he must learn to survive on his own until the end of the war.
However, coldness and loneliness keep driving him back to civilisation. In the villages, Jurek meets those who will help him and some who will betray him.
“Run boy run", is directed by Pepe Danquart.
| A biography of Formula 1 champion driver Niki Lauda and the 1976 crash that almost claimed his life. Mere weeks after the
accident, he got behind the wheel to challenge his rival, James Hunt.
“Rush”, is directed by Ron Howard.
|An exploration of how the actions of individual lives impact one another in
the past, present and future, as one soul is shaped from a killer into a hero, and an act of kindness ripples across centuries to inspire a revolution.
“Cloud Atlas”, directed by Tom Tykwer, Lana and Andy Wachowski, takes place in german cinemas at 15th November.
|During a weekend visit by the two adult sons, the outward calm of a middle-class family
is thrown into turmoil when the mother, who suffers from clinical depression, announces her decision to go off her medication.
“Was bleibt” (engl. Home for the weekend) directed by Hans-Christian Schmid, takes place in german cinemas at 6th of September.
|"Russendisko", directed by Oliver Ziegenbalg, is a modern fairy tale, a story of
friendship, love, dreams and the search for happiness.
The film is based on the mega selling novel by Wladimir Kaminer.
To express the spirit and the multicultural life in the early 90er in Berlin,
I made additional crowd sound-recordings with more than 15 people from 6 different nations.
I decided to record the people outside an ADR studio to sound them more authentical
and breath in a portion of natural life.
The external recordings were made in courtyards and for the internal recordings
I had the opportunity to use an emty factory building with lots of different
sized rooms, stairways and corridors.
|"Pina", the 3-D dance documentary directed by Wim Wenders,
has received an Academy Award nomination for best documentary feature.
The movie was also Germany's official submission for foreign film
but failed to earn a nomination in that category.
|"Was bleibt" (engl. Home for the weekend) directed by Hans-Christian Schmid
tells the story of a family that breaks to the load of pent-up family lies.
The film will be premiered at the Berlinale 2012.
|"Klitschko", directed by Sebastian Dehnhard, is a feature documentary,
about the lives of the Ukrainian boxing brothers Vitali and Wladimir Klitschko.
The film will be released at June 2011.
|"Udi", is a scurrilous comedy about a invisible store detective and a young woman.
The film will be released at June 2011.
|The MPSE has nominated the film "Northface" directed by Philip Stölzl
for the best sound editing in a feature foreign language film.
I did the dialogue editing work for this film in the year 2008.
|The film tells the story about an english teacher in 19th century and his
attempt, to give the pupils an understanding of the english language with
help of the unknown sport soccer.
The film will be released end of february 2011.
|A musical documentary film and homage to the famous choreographer
The film will be premiered at the Berlinale 2011.
|Goethe tells the story about the emergence of the "longest love letter
in the world," Goethe's novel "The Sorrows of Young Werther".
Goethe! will be released to the theaters in October 2011.
|Set during the time of the first outbreak of bubonic plague in England,
a young monk is tasked with learning the truth about reports of people
being brought back to life in a small village.
Black Death will be released to the theaters in UK on June 2010.
|A story about humanity and tolerance in the 16th century in france.
The film is going to be released in March 2010.