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2015 - 14th Audi Festival of German Films

Two famous poets left their mark on the 14th Audi Festival of German Films: Murnau's 1926 adaptation of Goethe's “Faust” was staged with a live soundtrack by well-known media artist Thomas Köner, while the Opening Night film in Sydney and Melbourne “Beloved Sisters” told the story of Friedrich Schiller's love triangle with two sisters. Florian Stetter who acts the part of the young writer in the film was a guest of the 2015 festival.


The Films

35 Cows and a Kalashnikov
A Hitman's Solitude before the Shot
A Horse on the Balcony
About A Girl
Age of Cannibals
Agnieszka
Alphabet
Anderson
Anywhere Else
Beloved Sisters
Bright Night
Family Fever
FAUST – A GERMAN FOLK-TALE
Fiddlesticks
From Caligari to Hitler
Haus Tugendhat
Jack
Lola on the Pea
Lose my Self
Miss Sixty
Ms Mueller Must Go
Nanga Parbat
Not my Day
Of Girls and Horses
Rough Road Ahead
Ruby Red
Sapphire Blue
Song from the Forest
Soul Kitchen
Stations of the Cross
Stereo
Suck Me Shakespeer
Superegos
The Adventures of Huck Finn
The Aryans
The Bunker
The Circle
The Council of Birds
The Cuckoo and the Donkey
The Cut
The Dark Valley
The Hotel Room
The Kings Surrender
The Lies of the Victors
The Whole Shebang
Tour de Force
Tour Du Faso
We are young. We are strong.
When under Fire - Shoot Back
Who Am I - No System is Safe
Your Beauty is Worth Nothing

The films were selected by the Festival Jury.

The Festival Guests

Florian Stetter
Thomas Köner
Sascha Arango
Peter Claus
Timo Vollbrecht & Keisuke Matsuno

The Special Events

FAUST - Classic film with live soundtrack
Cinematic Jazz Tunes
Swiss Soiree
Soul Kitchen
Fascination Africa
The Rules of Seduction in Screenwriting
iAm The Future!
Berlinale And Beyond
Opening Night Sydney
Opening Night Melbourne


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