Archive for the ‘Film Festivals’ Category

Screening on Intl. Short Film Festival Nijmegen


Stephanie WInter was invited to present her Film in Nijmegen.

extra event: 17th march

“The Doppelgänger” and “Anna Blume” by Vessela Dantcheva will be screened at the Cinepoem program together with the German language and culture department  at the Radboud University Nijmegen.

extra event: 17th march
“The Doppelgänger” and “Anna Blume” by Vessela Dantcheva
will be screened at the Cinepoem program together with the German language and culture department
at the Radboud University Nijmegen

As she returned from the Go Short festival she decided to work on a short teaser. We keep you posted.

Berlin Oct, 2010: Zebra Poetry Film Festival

We are very happy to announce that ‘Der Doppelgaenger’ is selected to the 2010 Zebra Poetry Film Festival. It takes place in Berlin from Oct, 14th and lasts till Oct, 17th. We are looking forward to meet you in Berlin.


Der Doppelgaenger is part of the Dreiklänge – Die deutschsprachige Welt program which screens

on Friday 15th, Oct at 18:00 (6pm) and on Sunday 17th, Oct at 17:15 (5:15 pm)

and also of the Ver(s)-Spiegelungenprogram screening

on Friday 15th, Oct at 22:45 (10.45pm) and on Saturday 16th, Oct at 15:30 (3:30 pm)

Location Cinema:

Babylon, Rosa-Luxemburg-Str. 30, 10178 Berlin

Telephone/tickethotline: +49(0)30. 24 25 969

More ticket information here.

Thank you Busan International Short Film Festival

‘Gamsa Hamida’ a lot (literally translated from Korean: thx a lot). It was such a superb experience to spend 5 days  in Busan which is the second biggest city in South Korea. Not only to praise the very good organized BISFF but also the overwhelming warmth of all the people we met. Over 90 people were working for the BISFF and there were at least 70 young volunteers who did their job with lots of fun and passion.So much to say…

For us it was also very exciting to meet so many young directors from Asia (and not to forget Platon from Australia.-). We spend time together in the screening, partying, hiking and also afterwards eating. It was very enriching thus sharing experiences. Last but not least we surprisingly obtained at the closing ceremony the second biggest festival award, the so called Excellence Award. We were completely overwhelmed about this event because there were many films we have watched deserving awards. So this generous benefit hit us really hard. Gamsa hanida BISFF! Here we want to thank separately Lydia who was a kind of personal masterbrain for us and Kim Sun-hee who selected our work and invited us to the festival. It was great fun to spend time with you and all the others in Busan. Hope to serve you also with this great hospitality when you visit us here in Austria.

Busan Screening Details

The international premiere of “Der Doppelgaenger” takes place on Thursday, 13th May at 9pm, within the International Short Prism 2 program. A second screening follows on the last day of BISFF on Sunday, 16th May at 12pm. Both screenings take place at the Lotte Cinema Centumcity Arte. Ticket details here.

The films in the Short Film Prism 2, as listed in the program are following:

  • The Happy Life, directed by Minos Nikolakakis
  • Er Ren (For Two), directed by Shijie Tan
  • Whoever You Are,  directed by Kimjoe Young-hyun
  • Mei Ling, directed by Francois-Leroy and Stephanie Lansaque
  • Der Doppelgaenger, directed by Stephanie Winter

Yesterday (12th May) Stephanie and me stepped on the red carpet before the opening ceremony took place. It was a great event with loads of surprises. When we get the pics to underline the story it will be published here. We will be very lucky to meet and talk to you at the screening. See you at the cinema.

International Premiere in Busan, Korea

Korea is calling. We appreciate it very much that ‘Der Doppelgaenger’ is selected in the experimental short film competition of the Busan International Short Film Festival. It takes place from May, 12th till 16th this year in Haeundae, Busan. As soon we know the schedule we are up with more details.

Facing 30th anniversary, we are reformed to Busan International Short Film Festival

from Busan Asian Short Film Festival. Though it is first year of BISFF, 1251 films had been submitted from 57 countries.

61 films were selected as final through fair evaluation of 13 preliminary juries.

Festival Director  Hae-doe, Park

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