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Liebe (Amour)

Liebe
 
  • Kinostart 20.09.2012
  • Auszeichnungen LIEBE / AMOUR


    Auszeichnungen:

    Academy Awards - Best Foreign Language Film

    Golden Globe – Best Foreign Film

    Critics Choice Awards (USA) – Best Foreign Language Film

    European Film Awards – Best European Film, Best Director, Best Actor, Best Actress

    BAFTA Awards - Best Foreign Language Film, Best Actress

    César Awards - Best Film, Best Director, Best Original Screenplay, Best Actress, Best Actor

    Festival de Cannes – Palme d’Or

    San Sebastian Film Festival – FIPRESCI Award

    National Society of Film Critics – Best Film, Best Director, Best Actress

    National Board of Review of Motion Picture Awards – Best Foreign Film

    New York Film Critics Circle – Best Foreign Film

    Los Angeles Film Critics Awards – Best Film, Best Actress

    Toronto Film Critics Association – Best Foreign Film

    Oklahoma Film Critics Circle Awards – Best Foreign Language Film

    Fort Worth Film Critics Association Awards, Dallas – Best Foreign Language Film

    Chicago Film Critics Association Awards – Best Director

    Washington DC Film Critics Association Awards – Best Foreign Language Film

    Boston Film Critics Association Awards – Best Foreign Language Film, BestActress

    Las Vegas Film Critics Association Awards – Best Foreign Language Film

    Kansas City Film Critics Circle – Best Foreign Language Film

    The Dublin Film Critics Circle Awards – Best Foreign Language Film, Best Actress

    The San Francisco Film Critics Circle Awards – Best Foreign Language Film, BestActress

    Durban International Film Festival – Best Foreign Film

    Viennale – Wiener Filmpreis – Best Film

    Haugesund Film Festival – The Andreas Ecumenical Prize



    Nominierungen:

    Academy Awards – Best Picture, Best Foreign Language Film, Best Actress in a
    Leading Role, Best Directing, Best Original Screenplay


    The British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) – Best Foreign Language Film, Best Director, Best Original Screenplay, Best Actress

    César Awards - Best Film, Best Director, Best Original Screenplay, Best Actress, Best Actor, Best Supporting Actress, Best Cinematography, Best Film Editing, Best Sound Design, Best Production Design

    Satellite Awards (USA) – Best Foreign Film

    Satellite Awards (USA) – Best Actress, Emmanuelle Riva

    Spirit Awards (USA) – Nomination for Best Foreign Film

    Critics Choice Awards (USA) – Best Film, Best Foreign Film, Best Actress, Best Director, Best Original Screenplay

    London Critics’ Circle Film Awards – Best Film, Best Foreign Film, Best Director, Best Actress, Best Actor, Best Screenplay, Best Supporting Actress

    2012 Online Film Critics Society Awards (USA) – Best Film, Best Actress

    San Diego Film Critics Association Awards Best Foreign Language Film

    Chicago Film Critics Association Awards – Best Actress

    Houston Film Critics Association Awards – Best Foreign Language Film, Best Actress

    Phoenix Film Critics Association Awards – Best Foreign Language Film



  • Festivals 65. Internationale Filmfestspiele Cannes, 2012
  • Webseite www.liebe.x-verleih.de
  • Regie Michael Haneke
  • Drehbuch Michael Haneke
  • Produzent Margaret Ménegoz, Stefan Arndt, Veit Heiduschka, Michael Katz
  • Darsteller Jean-Louis Trintignant und Emmanuelle Riva, mit Isabelle Huppert
 

Michael Haneke, ermutigt durch die positive Akzeptanz von DAS WEISSE BAND, entwickelt aus der intimen Situation eines einzigen Paares mit Tochter eine ganz eigene, herzzerreißende Episode einer Liebe, die uns allen zeigt, dass es trotz aller Widrigkeiten Sinn macht, den langen Weg durchs Leben gemeinsam zu gehen.

 

  • Produktionsfirma Les Films Du Losange
    X Filme Creative Pool GmbH
    Wega Film
  • Co-Produktion ARD Degeto, BR und WDR
    France 3 cinéma
  • Redaktion Bettina Reitz, Hans Wolfgang Jurgan, Bettina Ricklefs, Michael André, Daniel Goudineau, Alice Girard, Wolfgang Lorenz, Heinrich Mis
  • Kamera Darius Khondji
  • Szenenbild Jean-Vincent Puzos
  • Kostüm Catherine Leterrier
  • Länge 127 min.
  • Produktionsjahr 2012
 

 

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