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„Eng nei Zäit“ nominated for Max Ophüls Prize
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„Eng nei Zäit“ nominated for Max Ophüls Prize

09.12.2015 From our online archive
Christophe Wagner's historical drama, "Eng Nei Zäit", has been nominated for one of the most important prizes dedicated to young German-speaking film directors.

(PS/NG) Christophe Wagner's historical drama, "Eng Nei Zäit", has been nominated for a Max Ophüls Prize.

The Max Ophüls Prize Film Festival, which takes place annually in Saarbrücken, is considered one of the most important for young German-speaking film directors.

Several students from Miami University's Dolibois European Center (MUDEC) were cast as American GIs in the Luxembourg film about post-WWII.

"Eng Nei Zäit" will compete with 15 other films from Germany, Switzerland, Austria and the US for the coveted top category of the prize in 2016. The 37th edition of the festival will take place January 18-24, 2016.

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