“We are very happy to be supporting a filmic genre for which public awareness must yet be strengthened. As a cinema proprietor situated in Northern Germany, we naturally also feel obliged to the Filmforum section and we embrace the fact that for a number of days, this festival makes Lübeck the cinematic capital of Germany,” says Oliver Fock, Managing Director at CineStar.
Doris Bandhold, Head of the Filmforum section, is very pleased about the new CineStar Prize and the broadened commitment by CineStar, which has supported the festival as a strong partner for more than twenty years: “We are particularly happy that CineStar is paying extra attention to the short film genre with its newly set up award. Such support of young talent is of notable significance as the short film genre marks the starting point for many successful directing careers.”
The CineStar Prize is awarded by a jury of three film experts and is presented together with the other awards at the Film Prize Night on 3. November 2012 at Theater Lübeck. This year’s film festival takes place from 31. October to 4. November 2012, with its main venues at CineStar Filmpalast Stadthalle and Kolosseum as well as featuring further screening venues for the Retrospective films.
Please find all current information about the festival at www.filmtage.luebeck.de.
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