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Film Prize of the Robert Bosch Stiftung: Award Ceremony

Archived event Berlin 2020
Time / Location
Feb 23rd 2020 / HAU1
Guests
moderated by Frank W. Albers, Florian Weghorn
Admission
Admission with ticket only: Talents, industry, general public | learn more
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Hosted by Robert Bosch Stiftung.

Here it's all about cooperation again. The Film Prize of the Robert Bosch Stiftung supports German-Arab film cooperations between filmmakers and producers working jointly on a project. The prize is open to teams made up of filmmakers from Germany and an Arab country and awards three prizes: in the categories of short animation, short fiction film, and short or feature length documentary, with workshops and EUR 60,000 in funding each. We are glad to celebrate the winners and a generation of filmmakers willing to push boundaries together. The ceremony opens with a screening of the 2017 winning short film The Trap, which enjoyed a premiere at Cannes last year, followed by a Q&A with the team.
Frank W. Albers

A former director of the Goethe-Zentrum in Reykjavík, Frank W. Albers joined the Robert Bosch Stiftung in 2001. As a senior programme manager, he has developed and established the Film Prize of the Robert Bosch Stiftung, which encourages cooperation between up-and-coming filmmakers from Germany and their peers from the Arab world and Eastern Africa.

Alexander Janetzko

Florian Weghorn

Florian Weghorn is the Programme Manager of Berlinale Talents. Together with Christine Tröstrum, he heads the initiative and advises its seven international offshoots and its alumni network. He holds an MA in Theatre, Film and Television Studies from the University of Cologne. He joined Berlinale Generation in 2002, serving as co-director and curator from 2008 to 2014. Between 2012 and 2019, Florian was also a member of the Berlinale Competition selection committee. He has written and edited several publications on film and youth culture.