Turkish director's film nominated for German Cinema Awards
Aslı Özge's third feature film in German, "Ansızın" ("Suddenly") has been nominated for the German Cinema Awards being presented by the German Film Academy. Özge's film is also set to be screened at the International Berlin Film Festival, known as "Berlinale," marking its second screening at the prestigious festival since the film premiered at the "Panorama Special Section" of last year's Berlinale. The German Cinema Awards will be presented to the winners in a ceremony on April 28. Starring Sebastian Hülk, who appeared in Michael Haneke's "White Ribbon," Quentin Tarantino's "Inglorious Bastards" and popular American TV series "Homeland," Julia Jentsch, who won the Silver Bear at the Berlin Film Festival with her role in "Sophie Scholl," and Hans Zischler, who starred in Stephan Spielberg's "Munich," "Suddenly" stands out with its imagery and visual atmosphere."Suddenly" is still in theaters all over Europe, as well as the rest of the world. Set to be screened in India, Mexico and New York, the film has already made its debut in international film festivals in Goteborg and Dublin and can currently be viewed in Polish, Romanian and Dutch cinemas.
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