The political drama "And tomorrow the whole world" by Julia von Heinz for Germany in the race to the Oscars. "A very personal Film with great emotional force", the Jury found on Wednesday in Munich, which had selected the strip under ten candidates in the order of German Films, the foreign representation of German Films,. The strip is the German contribution for the Oscars in the category "International Feature Film", the best international feature film.
Mala Emde plays the student, Luisa, committed in addition to the study of law is becoming stronger in the left, and anti-almost circles. She wants to put against right-wing populists and Nazis to fight. At the end of their first major political action violence. It is a very political Film, which had celebrated its international Premiere at the major film festival of Venice. Actress Emde was awarded as best actress.
In a time in which democracy was coming under increasing pressure, according to the Director the question of whether violence is justified or even necessary, justified the Jury their decision. "And tomorrow the whole world" confront the audience with conflicts and decision-making processes, could which escape no one.Lovingly, and yet Luisa (Mala Emde, right) torn: in one scene, "And tomorrow the whole world" : image: dpa
the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (AMPAS) is in the Californian city of Beverly Hills on the course. From all the international applications, you first have to select ten films, the on 9. February 2021 will be announced. 15. March will be announced the five nominated films. The German Oscar entry "systems busters" by Nora Fingscheidt had not been nominated in the past year. The actual award ceremony is on 25. April 2021.
in addition to Julia von Heinz had applied for the creators of nine other films to the submission as a German, Oscar post, including Caroline link's adaptation of literature into film "As Hitler the pink rabbit steel", Oskar roehler's Biopic "Enfant Terrible" about Rainer Werner Fassbinder, "Berlin Alexanderplatz" by Burhan Qurbani, and the animated film "Fritzi – A turn of wonder-a history" by Ralf Kukula, and Matthias Brun. Also the movies "Crescendo #makemusicnotwar", "Curveball", "A wet dog", "I was never in New York" and "Undine" to choose from.Updated Date: 01 November 2020, 01:20