16. März 2007

Munich, 16 March 2007. Of the altogether 48 nominations for the German Film Prize ("Lola") which were announced today, 25 went to 6 theatrical productions which are sold internationally by Beta Cinema:

Four Minutes (8 nominations)

Best Feature Film (Kordes & Kordes Film GmbH)
Best Direction (Chris Kraus)
Best Script (Chris Kraus)
Best Actress in a Lead Role (Monika Bleibtreu and Hannah Herzsprung) 
Best Cinematography (Judith Kaufmann)
Best Editing (Uta Schmidt)
Best Sound (Jörg Höhne, Robin Pohle, Andreas Ruft)

The Counterfeiters (7 nominations)

Best Feature Film (magnolia Filmproduktion & Aichholzer Film)
Best Script (Stefan Ruzowitzky) 
Best Actor in a Lead Role (Karl Marcovics) 
Best Actor in a Supporting Role (Devid Striesow) 
Best Cinematography (Benedict Neuenfels) 
Best Set Design (Isidor Wimmer) 
Best Costumes (Nicole Fischnalle)

Grave Decisions (6 nominations)

Best Feature Film (Roxy Film)
Best Direction (Marcus H. Rosenmüller) 
Best Script (Christian Lerch, Marcus H. Rosenmüller) 
Best Editing (Susanne Hartmann, Anja Pohl) 
Best Score (Gerd Baumann) 
Winter Journey (2 nominations)

Best Feature Film (
Best Actor in a Lead Role (Josef Bierbichler)

Impossibly Yours (2 nominations)

Best Actress in a Supporting Role (Barbara Auer) 
Best Editing (Hans-Jörg Weissbrich)  

Mein Fuehrer – The Truly Truest Truth About Adolf Hitler (1 nomination)

Best Actor in a Supporting Role (Sylvester Groth)


With its total value of about € 2.9 million, the German Film Prize is the highest-endowed cultural award in Germany. The winners will be announced at a gala event to be held at the Palais am Funkturm in Berlin on 4 May 2007.