Blossoms" / "Kirschblüten - Hanami", written and directed by Doris
Dörrie. Germany, 2008, 124 min.
German/Bavarian with English subtitles, digital. Starring: Hannelore Elsner,
Elmar Wepper, Maximilian Brückner, Aya Irizuki, Nadja Uhl,
Birgit Minichmayr, Floriane Daniel, Felix Eitner, Tadashi Endo
This multiple award winning film will screen on Wednesday, October 5st
2016, 7:00pm at the Goethe-Institut Los Angeles, 5750 Wilshire Blvd.
Suite 100, Los Angeles CA 90036, United States. Info: (phone) +1 323
5253388 or (email) firstname.lastname@example.org
Free admission with RSVP via this Eventbrite link. Seating is
available on a first-come, first-served basis.
This screening is part of a series of six films provides a sampling of
Doris Dörrie's extensive filmography, with a special
focus on films she made in Japan. More infos.
bit earlier today Maxi
has added two new pictures from the set of "Hindafing" to his
official Facebook page: Photos
last night Maximilian Brückner had posted another fun picture
from the set of "Hindafing" on which he looks like someone has tried to
BBQ his character Alfons Zischl: Photo
found this photo taken by Markus Tedeskino today: "Maximilian
Brueckner, Actor & Telemark Skier". Unknown date.
Interestingly, it is not listed in the 'Actors'
section, but in 'Sports'. Source
a press release German TV network ZDF has announced that it will
premier "Schwarzach 23 und die Jagd nach dem
Mordsfinger" about a Bavarian family of cops on Sat, Oct 22,
2016 at 20:15 Uhr.
new selfie from Maxi, this time barely recognizable in the make-up
chair for "Hindafing": Photo
XXL-Gallery 'Work Photos'
& XXL-Gallery 'Still Pictures'.
Photos: Petro Domenigg
report (with a photo of Maximilian Brückner, producer Rafael
and director Boris Kunz) from filming "Welcome to Hindafing"
(Willkommen in Hindafing) in
small Bavarian town Olching: SZ, Aug 10, 2016
press release (with photo) announcing the start of
filming the 6-part series "Welcome to Hindafing". Airing in March 2017
selfie from Maxi from the set of "Hindafing": Photo
Maxi has posted a fun selfie at the end of his
first day of shooting "Hindafing": Photo
Also, his management has confirmed that filming of the series has began
and will last till mid-September.
Brückner is currently filming for the series "Hindafing" (WT),
according to the news page of his PR agency.
Decisions" / "Wer frueher stirbt ist laenger tot"
(2006), Bavarian w/English subtitles, directed by
Marcus H. Rosenmueller (in which Maxi only has a small role as
a sales person in a guitar shop),
will screen on Wednesday, July 20th 2016, 7:00pm at the Goethe-Institut
Los Angeles, 5750 Wilshire Blvd. Suite 100, Los Angeles CA 90036,
United States. Info: (phone) +1 323 5253388 or (email)
No entrance fees. No registration necessary. Seating is available on a
first-come, first-served basis.
This screening is part of a retrospective film
series presenting the opening night features from the past 9 editions
of German Currents. More infos.
Filmfest Munich 6/23-7/2/2016: More photos of Maxmilian
Brückner at the ARD
Degeto 'Get-Together' on 6/24, at the ZDF
'Get-Together' on 6/28 and at the FFF
Bayern Empfang on 6/30, which were released at the end of
Independence Day to all those in and from the US. Enjoy your 4th of
set photos from the teaser for "Hindafing" (one pictures Maximilian
Brückner in a sauna) on the
website of the DoP Tim Kuhn. And another set photo taken from
Munich newspaper SZ
with the byline that the filming of the 6-part series should start this
summer. So far no further cast is confirmed.
Brückner was one of the guests at the
FFF Bayern Reception on the Praterinsel: Photos
Brückner was one of the guests of the Reception of the German
network ZDF in the restaurant "H'ugo's" at the Munich Film Festival: Video, photo and own photos
||My pictures from tonight's premiere of the
1st episode of "Pregau" at the 34th Munich Film Festival, in
the presence of Maximilian Brückner und much of the cast and
crew. The 4 episodes á 90 minutes will air on Austrian TV at
the end of this September and on German TV over four consecutive nights
over Christmas. The series will be
edited into 8 episodes á 45 minutes for the international
Three videos from the red carpet - Clip1,
and photos from Addison
Foto Presse Agentur, and on the website of MonaFilm
evening Maximilian Brueckner was one of the guests at the ADR Degeto
the Munich Film Festival 2016 at the Kaisergarten restaurant in Munich,
Germany. Small interview (in German) with photo on Focus.de. More photos on GettyImages.de and on APA-Picturedesk.com.
the occasion of the
34th Munich Film Festival 2016 (#ffmuc16), where on Sunday 6/26 the
first episode of "Pregau" will have its premiere, I
have again updated Maxi's
biography pages in German and in English.
congratulations to "Tannbach - Schicksal eines Dorfes, Teil 1: Der
Morgen nach dem Krieg" / "Tannbach - Line Of Separation, Part 1: The
Morning After The War" (Germany,
Wiedemann & Berg Filmproduktion GmbH & Co. KG), this
becoming the Golden Nymph Laureate in the category 'TV Long Fiction
Program' at the 56ème
Competition des Nymphes d'Or | 56th Golden Nymph Awards
during the Monte-Carlo Television Festival, 12 to 16 June 2016 in
Monaco. #GNA16 All winners.
Due to its success three more episodes that will follow
the fate of the Tannbach-villagers from the years 1960 to 1968 will
begin filming this fall.
to "Tannbach" / "Line of Separation -
The Morning After The War" (Germany, Wiedemann & Berg
GmbH & Co. KG) on winning the 2016 Rockie Award in the category
'Drama Series' at the Banff World Media Festival in Canada.
#BANFF2016 More information and all winners.
first trailer for "Pregau" was
1st Season, Episode 1 (Pregau - Kein Weg zurück, 1. Staffel,
World premiere at the 34th
Filmfest Munich, Section: New German Series, Sunday, 6/26/2016, 8:30pm
at HFF Kino 1.
Pregau Valley in Austria, a peaceful small town with a swamp behind it.
A policeman (Maximilian
Brückner in a vicious cycle of blackmail, extortion
and murder. Germany, Austria 2016; Original German
infos. Ticket sale begins on June 13.