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Unsere German-French Co-Produktion has received two prizes within the last month. At the Olomouc Science Film Festival the film has received a special mention and at the Science Film Festival in La Reunion, the film has won the main prize, the Gold Trophy.
Two of our productions have been selected by the Olomouc Science Film Festival in the Czech Republic. Our director Ute de Groot will be on location and present our film The Food Race on April 21st at 7:30pm. A few hours earlier, in the eraly afternoon, our German-French Co-Production The Origami Code will be shown as part of the competition. For more information click here: […]
Our production The Origami Code will be shown in the Schauburg Cinema in Bremen on 9th February 2016 at 6pm. Hilde Kappes, who composed the soundtrack for this film, will be presenting a live performance with two dancers. Entrance: 8 EUR.
The public broadcaster 3Sat repeats the fifth part of our series Inside Nature’s Marvels, and for this ocassion the German TV programming guide TV Wissen publishes a feature article on the cave system of Sabang on the Philippines. This article is based on the film and on an interview with our director Rasmus Elsner. willbe shown on […]
Our documentary The Food Race has been finalised and is now in the catalogue of Albatross World Sales. Here is the Trailer.
Just a few weeks ago our international co-production with fact+film (Bremen) and La Companie de Taxi-Brousse (Paris) was finalised. Before, our author/director François-Xavier Vives had filmed in Japan, USA, France and Germany (Stuttgart and Weimar). The film was edited in Paris and Bremen. Leonardo Film’s role was mainly in producing the international version, which is now in the […]
Elmar Bartlmae will return to La Rochelle and on Tuesday he will pitch his latest science/history project: The Volcano that Changed the World.
Our website has received a new look. Thank you, Daniel!
28th June 2014 11:30 pm ARD Broadcast: Stickers Documentary of Corinna Hackenbroch Our film is now scheduled on Germany’s Main channel ARD. In case you miss it (because you are watching the round of the last 16), check out the ARD Mediathek.
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This year Elmar Bartlmae will be returning to the Atlantic coast to meet with broadcasters and production partners to plan the next projects. On 25th June, he will be pitching together with Michael Wolff (Fact+Film) and Antoine Bamas (La Companie des Taxi-Brousse) the documentary “The Origami Code” within the Pitching Session of the EBU.