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 Dr. Carena  Brenner

Dr. Carena Brenner
Head of Press and Communications

Communications Film Funding

Tel: +49 331 743 87 70

 Mareike  Jung

Mareike Jung
Head of Press and Communications

Communications Film Funding

Tel: +49 331 74387 72

 Gina  Schad

Gina Schad
Communications New Media Funding

Parental leave representation Laura Liebe

Tel: +49 331 743 87 62

 Antonia  Dedenbach

Antonia Dedenbach
Communications Film Funding / AV Content

Tel: +49 331 74387 73

 Katharina  Deparade

Katharina Deparade
Online Communications

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 Ulrike  Linzer

Ulrike Linzer
Communications New Media Funding

Tel: +49 331 74387 71

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1.5 million euros for cinemas: MBB once again grants Cinema Programming Award with a record amount!

In this exceptional year, the Berlin-Brandenburg Cinema Programming Award honours the incredible stamina, tireless commitment and immense creativity that cinema organisers have demonstrated in order ...

Pressemeldung/ Games & Digitales/

Capital city games benefit from Medienboard funding: higher funding amounts, successful projects, awards and nominations

More funding than ever for computer games and innovative audiovisual content as well as record repayments from the industry:

Pressemeldung/ Fördermeldung/ Film & Kino/

Berlin increases Medienboard funding for DIGITAL FILM PRODUCTION by 1 million euros

The special programme DIGITAL FILM PRODUCTION, launched in 2020, is meeting with great demand despite coronavirus-related production restrictions. The Berlin Senate Department for Economics, Energy ...

Pressemeldung/ Film & Kino/

2 Oscar nominations for Medienboard-funded films

And the Oscar hope goes to...! 2 Medienboard-funded films by 2 female directors are nominated for an Oscar in the category Best International Feature Film: “The Man Who Sold His Skin” by Kaouther Ben ...

Pressemeldung/ Film & Kino/

1.5 million euros for the Berlin-Brandenburg Cinema Programming Award: awards at previous year’s record level to maintain cinema diversity after the coronavirus

For cinemas, times are gloomy due to the coronavirus. After a difficult cinema year in 2020, it is still unclear for film theatres when normal screenings will be able to resume.