News

27. April 2018

Munich, 27 April 2018. BetaCinema has snapped 10 out of 20 German Film Awards, among them the most prestigious prizes for Best Film, Best Director, Best Actress and Best Documentary. Big winner of the night was Emily Atef’s Berlinale competition entry 3 DAYS IN QUIBERON, which was honoured with 7 Lolas alone, asserting itself against a strong competition such as Golden Globe winning In the Fade” by Fatih Akin.

3 DAYS IN QUIBERON, portraying the final interview of legendary actress Romy Schneider, swept the awards ceremony on Friday night in Berlin with the Golden Lola for Best Film, Best Director, Best Actress (Marie Bäumer), as well as the Awards for the Best Supporting Roles for Birgit Minichmayr and Robert Gwisdek. Thomas W. Kiennast was honoured as Best DOP, the award for the Best Score went to 3 DAYS-composer team Christoph M. Kaiser and Julian Mass.

Berlinale Shooting Star Frank Rogowski was awarded as Best Actor for his role of an introverted wholesale market employee in IN THE AISLES, which also ran at this year’s Berlinale Competition. Andreas Veiel’s BEUYS, Berlinale competition entry 2017, snapped the awards for Best Documentary and Best Editing (Stephan Krumbiegel, Olaf Voigtlander).

Beta Cinema’s wins are:

Best Film: 3 Days in Quiberon, director Emily Atef

Best Director: Emily Atef, 3 Days in Quiberon

Best Actress: Marie Bäumer, 3 Days in Quiberon

Best Actor: Frank Rogowski, In the Aisles

Best Supporting Actress: Birgit Minichmayr, 3 Days in Quiberon

Best Supporting Actor: Robert Gwisdek, 3 Days in Quiberon

Best Documentary: Beuys, director Andreas Veiel

Best Cinematography: Thomas W. Kiennast, 3 Days in Quiberon

Best Editing: Stephan Krumbiegel, Olaf Voigtlander, Beuys

Best Score: Christoph M. Kaiser, Julian Mass, 3 Days in Quiberon