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In addition, DFFB alumnus Michal Grabowski was awarded the Michael Ballhaus Prize for his cinematography. DFFB degree films have received seven nominations for this year’s First Steps Awards.
The issues to be explored include production conditions, the role of the “American model” but also the aesthetic and societal significance of serial-format storytelling.
As well as presentations of the sound studios, we’ll be showcasing our modern postproduction suite, which enables us to work on all filmmaking steps in-house, from initial filming to the digital print.
Our cinematography students will be presenting further technical highlights, and demonstrating some of the DFFB’s camera and lighting equipment.
The First Steps Awards are the most important awards specifically for young filmmakers in Germany, and offer the highest prize endowments. ©intermezzo films Katharina Wyss’s degree film SARAH JOUE UN LOUP-GAROU / SARAH PLAYS A WEREWOLF (Cinematography: Armin Dierolf, Production: Charlie Petersmann) will have its world premiere in the International Film Critics’ Week (Settimana Internazionale della Critica) at the 74th Venice International Film Festival.
The festival, which will be held this year from 30th August to 9th September in Venice, is among the oldest and most renowned film festivals in the world.