Je vous invite à consulter la présentation en Anglais pour les 2 festivals :
FILMFEST MÜNCHEN is Germany’s leading audience-friendly film festival and presents over 200 films on 15 screens – almost all of them German, European or world premieres.
It attracts over 65,000 film lovers each year as well as more than 600 members of the international press and over 1000 film-related professionals.
As Munich is Germany’s motion picture capital, the festival has long been a meeting place for industry insiders. It is this dynamic mix that makes Munich’s Filmfest so unique.
« Unzertrennlich » by Christoph Stark, starring Lars Eidinger (Georg Trakl) and Peri Baumeister (Grete Trakl) will be competing in the « New German Cinema » section for the Young German Cinema Award, which honors the best new director, producer, screenwriter, actor and actress in this section.
The festival will last from the 24th of June until the 2nd of July. The official program will be published on the 6th of June 2011.
The 33rd Moscow International Film Festival will take place from the 23rd of June until the 2nd of July 2011. Created in 1959, it is one of the oldest Film Festivals in the World.
This year, the jury will be composed of Geraldine Chaplin (actress, USA), Amos Gitai (director, Israël), and Arturo Ripstein (director, Mexico).
In 2010 the number of viewers reached almost 200 000. The largest foreign movie empires strive to schedule premiers in this country, assessing the large viewing potential of Russia as the most promising in the world.
“Unzertrennlich” will be competing in the “Main Competition” section.
Life has to be lived together, or not at all, for Georg and Margarete Trakl, the famous Viennese poet and pianist, protagonists of perhaps the greatest, never-before-told forbidden love story in the history of literature.
When Georg chooses to leave for Vienna, his sister Margarethe, aged 17, follows him despite all odds. She sweeps aside all second thoughts and feelings of guilt, and inspires him to write his first fully formed poems. But reality is soon to seize them over: torn apart between guilt and burning love, social pressure and mad desire, this prohibited passion transcends and destroys them.
Produced by Film-Line Produktion (Germany), Iris Productions (Luxembourg), and Eclypse Films (Austria), “Unzertrennlich” was shot in Luxembourg (4 weeks) and in Vienna (3 weeks) during summer 2010.
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