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Financing - Germany

The involvement of broadcasters in feature film production has a long tradition in Germany and hardly any film is made these days without some TV participation. Indeed, many film-makers who are now international household names, such as Wim Wenders and Volker Schlondorff, have been supported by commissioning editors when the local film industry showed little interest in their projects.

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