8 August 1956
She and Julia Jentsch both won the Film Award in Gold at the German Film Awards as "Best Actress" for portraying Sophie Scholl, in their separate portrayals, in Die Weiße Rose and Sophie Scholl – Die letzten Tage, respectively.
The 2017–18 2. Frauen-Bundesliga was the fourteenth season of Germany's second-tier women's football league. This was also the last before the league reform; the next season will be played in one division instead of two.Bavarian Film Awards (Best Acting)
The Bavarian Film Awards (German: Bayerischer Filmpreis) have been awarded annually since 1979 by the state government of Bavaria in Germany. They are among the most highly regarded awards for filmmaking achievement in Germany. There are several categories for actors and actresses.Cinequest Film Festival
The Cinequest Film Festival is an annual independent film festival held each March in San Jose, California. The international festival combines the cinematic arts with Silicon Valley’s innovation. The prior festival was called Cinequest Film & Creativity Festival 2019 and occurred March 5 – 17, 2019. The 2018 festival was held February 27, 2018 – March 11, 2018. It is produced by Cinequest, a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization that is also responsible for Picture The Possibilities and the distribution label Cinequest Mavericks Studio LLC. Cinequest awards the annual Maverick Spirit Awards. In addition to the over 130 World or U.S. premieres from over 30 countries, it hosts writer's events which includes screenwriting competitions, a shorts programs, technology and artistic forums and workshops, student programs, and a theatre organ accompanied silent film. In 2017 the festival was rebranded as the Cinequest Film & VR Festival and expanded beyond downtown San Jose to Redwood City, California. It took place from February 28 to March 12, 2017.Die Weiße Rose (film)
Die Weiße Rose (The White Rose) is a 1982 CCC Film production about the White Rose resistance to the Nazis led by university students in Munich in 1942–1943 whose members were caught and executed in February 1943, shortly after the German capitulation at Stalingrad. The film predates Sophie Scholl: The Final Days by two decades.Germany women's national youth football team
This article includes current squads of Germany U-23, U-20, U-19, U-17, U-16 and U-15 national football teams.List of German films of the 1980s
This is a list of the most notable films produced in Cinema of Germany in the 1980s.
For an alphabetical list of articles on West German films see Category:West German films.List of German films of the 1990s
This is a list of the most notable films produced in Cinema of Germany in the 1990s.
For an alphabetical list of articles on German films see Category:German films.Man Under Suspicion
Man Under Suspicion (German: Morgen in Alabama) is a 1984 West German film directed by Norbert Kückelmann.Maschenka (1987 film)
Maschenka (Russian: Машенька, Mashen'ka; English: Mary) is a 1987 British film adaptation of the debut novel by Vladimir Nabokov, first published under his pen name V. Sirin in 1926. The film was directed by John Goldschmidt from a screenplay by John Mortimer and stars Cary Elwes as Ganin and Irina Brook as Maschenka.My Heart Is Mine Alone
My Heart Is Mine Alone (German: Mein Herz – niemandem!) is a 1997 German experimental drama film directed by Helma Sanders-Brahms. A 1997 issue of Jewish Currents wrote that the film is "a kind of German movie that usually requires more than one screening to decipher and is made for avant-garde devotees."Nanga Parbat (film)
Nanga Parbat is a 2010 German motion picture mountaineering movie about two brothers, Reinhold and Günther Messner, who climbed Nanga Parbat.Silver Hugo Award for Best Actress
The Silver Hugo Award for Best Actress is one of the awards presented annually by the Chicago International Film Festival to recognize an actress who has delivered an outstanding performance. The jury chooses the winner from the films competing at the festival. It was first awarded in 1967.Stolze
Stolze is a surname shared by the following individuals:
Dorothy Stolze (1923-2003), All-American Girls Professional Baseball League player
Fritz Stolze (1910—1973), German water polo player
Gerhard Stolze (1926—1979), German opera singer
Greg Stolze (born 1970), U.S. novelist and role-playing game writer
Heinrich August Wilhelm Stolze (1798—1867), German stenographer
Jim Stolze (born 1973), Dutch author
Lena Stolze (born 1956), German actress
Pierre Stolze (born 1952), French science fiction writerStolz is a German noun meaning "pride".The Nasty Girl
The Nasty Girl (German: Das schreckliche Mädchen) is a 1990 West German drama film based on the true story of Anna Rosmus. The original German title loosely translates as "The Terrible Girl."
The film was selected as the German entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 63rd Academy Awards.Ulrich Tukur
Ulrich Tukur (born Ulrich Gerhard Scheurlen; 29 July 1957) is a German actor and musician.VfL Wolfsburg (women)
Verein für Leibesübungen Wolfsburg e. V., commonly known as VfL Wolfsburg, is a German women's football club based in Wolfsburg, Lower Saxony. The club is currently playing in the top division of Germany the Bundesliga. The club has won the UEFA Women's Champions League in 2013 and 2014.Vision (film)
Vision (German: Vision - Aus dem Leben der Hildegard von Bingen; English: Vision – From the Life of Hildegard von Bingen) is a 2009 German film directed by Margarethe von Trotta.Zuhal Olcay
Zuhal Olcay (Turkish pronunciation: [zuˈhal olˈdʒaj]; born 10 August 1957) is a Turkish actress and singer.Zurich (film)
Zurich, original title Und morgen Mittag bin ich tot (English: And I'll be dead tomorrow noon) is a 2013 German tragicomedy directed by Frederik Steiner and written by Barbara te Kock starring Liv Lisa Fries. It tells the story of a young woman called Lea (played by Fries) suffering from a severe form of cystic fibrosis. Since the disease is already in an advanced stage, Lea decides to travel to Switzerland and request euthanasia there. She asks her family to visit her so they can be together one last time and tells them she wants to die on her 23rd birthday at 12 PM (hence the German title). The film shows how Lea and her family deal with the situation.
The movie was Steiner's first narrative film. Following its release at the Berlinale 2014, the film was only shown in a few cinemas in Berlin due to its emotional and difficult subject matter. It received wide critical acclaim, especially for Fries' performance and its realistic portrayal of cystic fibrosis and euthanasia. It was first shown in the United States at the Chicago Film Festival in 2014.