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Distribution - New talent - Cutting edge Propositions

Back in 1962, the German directors who signed the Oberhausen Manifesto (the birth point for the 'New German Cinema') were among the first to recognise film festivals were becoming the main launch pad for directorial talents. The acclaim given to various short films at international festivals, said the Oberhausen collective, showed "the future of the German film lies in the hands of those who have proven that they speak a new film language".

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