'In the Fade' selected to represent Germany in 2018 Oscars

Germany’s Oscar Pick ‘In the Fade’ Couldn’t Be Timed Better

By Stephen Fuchs on Email @StephenWFuchs

There was hope that Germany’s selection of the box office hit Toni Erdmann would take the golden statue at this year’s Oscars, but while it failed to deliver, the country might just have a solid second chance for next year’s awards with the selection of Fatih Akin’s In the Fade, …

Sources: Hollywood Reporter

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From “Guest Workers” to Citizens

By Magazin-Deutschland.de on Email

It all began with a very long train journey from Istanbul to Frankfurt am Main – and a great deal of confidence: when Yilmaz Atalay came to Germany as a young 27-year-old Turkish man in 1961, he was convinced that he could achieve a lot through hard work and determination. …

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