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By Björn Birg Und Henrik Regel

WIE MÄNNER ÜBER FRAUEN REDEN Lead Actor Frederick Lau Wins German Movie Prize 2015

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Dear Companists,

On Friday, 19 June 2015, the Deutscher Filmpreis (German movie prize) was awarded in Berlin for the 65th time. During a festive gala at the Palais am Funkturm, all winners were officially announced.

We congratulate our lead actor Frederick Lau on his winning of this year's prize in the "best male lead" category for his performance in "VICTORIA." In 2008, Frederick Lau had already won the German movie prize in the category of "best supporting actor."

The ceremony for the "best male lead" prize begins at 127:27 minutes:

 

 

Of course, other media also reported on the gala and on award winner Frederick Lau:

 

Brief Outtake from WIE MÄNNER ÜBER FRAUEN REDEN Featuring Frederick Lau

 

Victorious VICTORIA

Not just Frederick Lau won a prize, but also the entire VICTORIA team. The clear winner of the gala, VICTORIA won a total of 6 prizes in the categories of "best feature film (gold)," "best directing," "best female lead," "best male lead," "best cinematography/image editing," and "best score."

For a list of all winners, please see here: 

www.deutscher-filmpreis.de/fileadmin/FP/daten/b_Download_PM/Liste_Preistraeger_2015.pdf

  

Best regards,

The WMÜFR team – Björn and Henrik



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