Wir freuen uns sehr, dass die Musik von "Manou - flieg' flink!" (Manou The Swift) beim diesjährigen "International Sound and Film Music Festival" (ISFMF) gleich in zwei Kategorien nominiert ist.
We are very happy and honoured, that the film score of "Manou the Swift" has been awarded with this year's German Film Music Award ("Deutscher Filmmusikpreis").
In front of southern French city Nice, swifts and seagulls share a large rock on the seashore, where they live in together. A peaceful coexistence in the picturesque setting of the Côte d'Azur would be too nice, but there are different attitudes of both birds.
The film score for "Spuren im Stein - Das Allgäu" is nominated for the Crystal Pine Award at this year's International Sound & Film Music Festival.
For the English version of "Manou The Swift" Oscar winner Kate Winslet and Willem Dafoe lend the protagonists "Blanche" and "Yves" their voices.
The film score for "Traces in the Stone: The History of the Volcanic Eifel" was honored at this year's International Sound & Film Music Festival as the best music in documentary film.
Wir freuen uns sehr, dass gleich drei Filmmusiken beim diesjährigen Park City Film Musik Festival in Utah, USA mit Preisen ausgezeichnet wurden.
We are very excited to announce the nomination of the film scores of "Mes - Walking" and "Mercury Bird" for the "Crystal Pine Award" at International Samobor Film Music Festival, where they have been chosen from more than 300 submissions.
For the first time ever, Filmakademie Baden-Württemberg presents a compilation of five DVDs with short films from the previous years. It’s all the more gratifying since “Captain Bligh“, “Kieselstein“ and “Mercury Bird“ found their way onto the DVDs “Shorts for Kids“ and “Animated Animals“ despite the huge number of possible film choices.
To be among friends usually means to pass a happy time without worries. But Daniel (Frederick Lau) has worries galore. He has to go underground for a few months after his mission as an undercover agent went awry.
When starting a new life in Berlin-Neukölln he accidentally meets Abbas (Kida Khodr Ramadan) – and, with him, the warmth and generosity of an entire culture. Despite clichés and prejudices, the two men befriend each other, and Daniel sinks deeper and deeper into the world of Islam – a process that results in consequences when his former life catches up with him.