FunAstrology"Midday Hour" awarded the Gilde Film Prize

"Midday Hour" awarded the Gilde Film Prize

Created: 09/23/2022 Updated: 09/23/2022 10:06 am

"Mittagsstunde"
Charly Hübner as Ginger and Hildegard Schmahl as Ella in a scene from the film “Mittagsstunden”. © Christine Schroeder/Majestic Film Distribution/dpa

The Guild Prize is a big thank you to the filmmakers and distributors. Lars Jessen’s latest film also receives an award at the start of the Leipzig Film Art Fair.

Leipzig – Lars Jessen’s film “Mittagsstunden” with actor Charly Hübner has won the Gilde Film Prize. The jury chose “Triangle of Sadness” by Ruben Östlund as the best international film, as the AG Kino – Gilde Deutscher Filmkunsttheater announced on Friday at the Leipzig Film Art Fair.

Since 1977, the German art house cinemas have been using the prize to thank the filmmakers and distributors who were able to inspire the viewers with “extraordinary productions and gripping stories”. The prize for the best children’s film went to Johannes Schmid’s “Tales of Franz”. In the Young Cinema, “We could just as well be dead” was convincing and “Bettina” was declared the best documentary film. dpa

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