On April 8th they had the award ceremony and winners are in *BLUE. To check the complete list of award winners go here for German or here for English.
Last Friday the 16 categories of the Deutscher Filmpreis, better known as Lola Awards, were announced and here are the nominees for some categories.
*Vincent Will Meer (Vincent Wants to Sea), Ralf Huettner BEST FILM IN GOLD
*Almanya- Willkommen in Deutchland;(Almanya – Welcome to Germany), Yasemin Samdereli BEST FILM IN SILVER
*Wer Wenn Nicht Wir (If Not Us, Who), Andres Veiel BEST FILM IN BRONZE
Der Ganz Große Traum, Sebastian Grobler
Drei (Three), Tom Tykwer
Goethe! (Young Goethe in Love), Philipp Stölzl
Florian Cossen for Das Lied In Mir (The Day I Was Not Born)
*Tom Tykwer for Drei (Three)
Wim Wenders for Pina
Best Actress in a Leading Role
Bernadette Heerwagen in Die Kommenden Tage (Days to Come),
Lena Lauzemis in Wer Wenn Nicht Wir (If Not Us, Who), Andres Veiel
*Sophie Rois in Drei (Three), Tom Tykwer
Best Actor in a Leading Role
August Diel in Wer Wenn Nicht Wir (If Not Us, Who), Andres Veiel
Alexander Fehling in Goethe! (Young Goethe in Love), Philipp Stölzl
*Florian David Fitz in Vincent Will Meer (Vincent Wants to Sea), Ralf Huettner
To check nominations in all categories go here or here available in German or here for English.
If you’re wondering why Die Fremde is not nominated you have to check last year nominations as was nominated and competed against Das Weisse Band that of course won. Film with most nominations (6) is Tom Tykwer’s Drei (Three), followed with five by Andres Veiel’s If Not Us, Who and Ralf Huettner’s Vincent Wants to Sea.
The Lola Awards ceremony will be held on April 8th at the Friedrichstadtpalast in Berlin.