• The Wallensteins (2014)

    Besetzung

    Anja Kling, Lisa Tomaschewsky, Tobias Oertel, Thomas Bading, Axel Schreiber, Benjamin Sadler, Inka Friedrich, Andreas Schmidt

    Stab

    Regie
    Carlo Rola

    Drehbuch
    Christoph Silber & Thorsten Wettcke

    Kamera
    Nicolay Gutscher

    Schnitt
    Friderike von Normann

    Ton
    Wolf-Dietrich Peters-Vallerius

    Szenenbild
    Marcus A. Berndt

    Kostümbild
    Carola Neutze

    Maske
    Jessica Haupt, Daina Rieckhoff

    Licht
    Uli Klotz

    Casting
    Anna Slater Casting

    Produktionsleitung
    Susanne Bähre

    Producer
    Ilka Förster

    Ausführender Produzent
    Prof. Wolfgang Hantke

    Produzent
    Regina Ziegler

    Redaktion
    Günther van Endert

    Infos

    Sender
    ZDF

  • ONE LIKE HER (2013)

    1974, a typing pool in Bremen, Germany. At breakneck speed Siggi Thieme transcripts today´s last examination. She will leave early to attend the most important appointment of her life: the selection interview at police school. Becoming one of the first female detective superintendents in Germany, Siggi must cope with prejudices in a man’s world from the very first day of her education program.
    Besides that, her family is concerned about her and her fiancé turns his back on Siggi.
    So, Siggi moves in with Jutta and Vollo, but conflict with her flower-power loving roommates is inevitable.

    Besetzung

    Cornelia Gröschel, Marlon Kittel, Peter Heinrich Brix, Steffi Kühnert, Anne Kanis u.v.m.

    Stab

    Regie
    Franziska Buch

    Drehbuch
    Meriko Gehrmann, Arne Laser

    Kamera
    Konstantin Kröning

    Schnitt
    Tobias Haas

    Ton
    Michael Junge

    Musik
    Ulrich Reuter

    Szenenbild
    Olivier Meidinger

    Kostümbild
    Eveline Stösser

    Maske
    Annett Schulze

    Casting
    Tina Böckenhauer

    Produktionsleitung
    Susanne Bergmann

    Herstellungsleitung
    Angela Gillner

    Producer
    Kirsten Ellerbrake

    Produzent
    Tanja Ziegler

    Redaktion
    Beate Bramstedt

    Infos

    Sender
    ZDF

  • Weissensee, Second Season (2012)

    Romeo and Juliet, along with the story of Cain and Abel, provide the background motifs for this dramatic family series, which depicts two very different families in East Berlin during the 1980s. The Kupfers hold an important place in the power structure of the East German system, with father Hans and eldest son Falk both senior officers in the Stasi – the Ministry of State Security - mother Marlene a loyal member of the Communist Party, and younger son Martin a policeman. In contrast, the Hausmanns tend to be critical of the regime: mother Dunja is a songwriter under permanent surveillance from the Stasi, and daughter Julia is regarded by the authorities as someone who might try to escape the country. So when Martin and Julia fall in love, their relationship shakes the foundations of both families. As the second series begins six years later, the social and political conflicts have intensified. Hans has spoken out in favour of reforms in the Stasi, coming up against resistance from both his son Falk and his wife Marlene. And when Falk's wife Vera starts taking an interest in the civil rights movement, this places even more pressure on Falk and the family. Julia has spent a long time in prison on a charge of treason, and she lost her baby when she gave birth behind bars. For many years she didn‘t see her beloved Martin, who has broken off all contact with his family. Julia's mother Dunja is collaborating with the Stasi in an effort to help Julia. But now some inconsistencies appear in the official account of the death of Julia and Martin's baby. They begin to ask questions – and the answers lead back to Martin's own family, triggering a catastrophe.


    Besetzung

    Florian Lukas, Uwe Kockisch, Ruth Reinecke, Jörg Hartmann, Hannah Herzsprung, Katrin Sass

    Stab

    Regie
    Friedemann Fromm

    Drehbuch
    Annette Hess

    Kamera
    Michael Wiesweg

    Schnitt
    Annemarie Bremer, Janina Gerkens

    Ton
    Raoul Grass

    Musik
    Stefan Mertin

    Szenenbild
    Frank Godt

    Kostümbild
    Monika Hinz

    Maske
    Annette Oehlkers, Uta Spikermann

    Licht
    Justus Hasenzahl

    Casting
    Heta Mantscheff

    Produktionsleitung
    Jutta Paarmann

    Herstellungsleitung
    Peter Hartwig

    Produzent
    Regina Ziegler, Marc Müller-Kaldenberg

    Redaktion
    Jana Brandt

    Infos

    Sender
    MDR

    Länge
    6x45 Min.

  • Fabian (1978)

    Erich Kästner (1899-1974) - writer and screenwriter, playwright and author of children's books, journalist and publicist, humorist and satirist - was an eyewitness in 1933 to the burning of his books by the Nazis. Although he was blacklisted and often without work or income, Kästner never emigrated but continued instead to write under different pseudonyms. 
    Many critics consider Wolf Gremm's FABIAN (1978), which was nominated for both a Golden Globe and an Academy Award in the Best Foreign Film category, as one of the best screen adaptations of an Erich Kästner novel. When published in 1931, the book attacked militarism, fascism, and the dubious code of the German “Spießbürger” (petit bourgeois) from a standpoint of moral outrage and with a broadside of barbed wit. Re-released on German television as a special event to commemorate the 100th anniversary of Erich Kästner's birthday, Wolf Gremm's FABIAN appears as timely today as it did more than eight decades ago.

    Besetzung

    Hans-Peter Hallwachs, Silvia Janisch,Hermann Lause, Mijanou van Barzel,Brigitte Mira, Ruth Niehaus, Ivan Desny,Charles Regnier,u

    Stab

    Regie
    Wolf Gremm

    Drehbuch
    Hans Borgelt, Wolf Gremm

    Kamera
    Jürgen Wagner

    Schnitt
    Sigrun Jäger

    Musik
    Charles Kalman

    Szenenbild
    Jan Schlubach

    Produzent
    Regina Ziegler Filmproduktion

    Infos

    Genre
    Feature Film

    Format
    35 mm Farbe

    Länge
    117 min.

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    Nominierung "Golden Globe", Nominierung "Oscar" Montreal `79, Chicago `79, Washington `79

  • November Days (1990)

    His curiosity aroused by the joy so clearly visible in those television images from November 9th 1989, the day of German reunification, Marcel Ophüls resolved to return to the site of these historic events one year later and talk to the people featured in the pictures. He set off with his team, intent on combining his journalistic skills with the need of the filmmaker to attain deeper, underlying truths - in order to establish whether people’s lives really had been changed for better or for worse. While approaching the subject in a relatively light-hearted manner, Ophüls is consistent in his manner as he interviews East German people, ranging from the man in the street right up to Egon Krenz; he displays an unerring instinct for authenticity, refusing to let go until the truth has been revealed to him - and to us. NOVEMBER DAYS is like a time machine, moving to and from between the present and the past, mingling a kaleidoscope of entertainment images and news footage, shot from the streets, clubs and restaurants in Berlin and even including extracts from films such as THE BLUE ANGEL, STAGECOACH  and CABARET. Ultimately it is Ophül’s astute way of posing questions which distinguishes in ironic fashion between the answers and the lies.

    Stab

    Regie
    Marcel Ophüls

    Drehbuch
    Marcel Ophüls

    Kamera
    Peter Boultwood & Pierre Boffety & Annette Metzger

    Schnitt
    Sophie Brunet & Albert Jurgenson & Catherine Zins

    Produzent
    Regina Ziegler, Athur Cohn and BBC- TV

    Infos

    Genre
    Documentary

    Format
    16mm, Farbe

    Länge
    90 Min.

    Auszeichnugen
    Adolf Grimme Preis in Gold

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