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CineFest 2005

FilmEurope - Babylon

Multilingual Versions (MLV) of the 1930s in Europe


The introduction of sound divided Film-Europe along its diverse language barriers. One of the solutions filmproducers of the time came up with was to shoot multilingual versions from the same script, casting different stars for each national market.

CineFest 2005 will cover topics like the »back to back« productions of multilingual versions from Babelsberg, Joinville or Elstree as well as efforts from Italy, Sweden, Hungary, Spain, Czechoslovakia, and the Netherlands.


April, April! (DE 1935, Director: Detlef Sierck)
Source: Filmmuseum Berlin - Deutsche Kinemathek


In 8 1/2 days more than 25 screenings will be complemented by lectures, discussions and workshops. The traditional Film History Conference of CineGraph is an integral part of the festival in Hamburg. Afterwards parts of the programme will be screened in Berlin, Vienna, Zurich and Lausanne.


Dates:
Hamburg: 12 - 20 November 2005
Berlin: 17 November - 11 December 2005 (Zeughauskino)
Vienna: 1 - 9 March 2006 (Filmarchiv Austria)
Zurich & Lausanne: February/March 2006 (Filmpodium Zurich, Cinémathèque Suisse)


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Chris Horak's Blog entry about the 29th International film History Conference

https://www.cinema.ucla.edu/blogs/archival-spaces/2016/12/09/broken-language


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Hans-Michael Bock received the Limina Prize for Cultural Achievement 2016

The Prize was awarded during FilmForum in Gorizia on 10 March 2016 pdf Limina Prize






 

 




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