Brückner and his brothers Dominikus and Florian model for their family business "Trachten
Decisions" / "Wer frueher stirbt ist laenger tot"
(2006), German 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 neccessary. 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.
||"Pregau": Photos from the press
date for the ORF/ARD 4-part mini series with all its actors on Oct 9,
2015 in the former casket factory Atzgersdorfer in Vienna: GettyImages
+ Heute.at + Leadersnet.at
Maximilian Brückner plays a small town policeman in trouble in
this series. Screening on both Austrian and German TV is aimed for this
had lent his voice to the thoughts of the lead actor, who on screen and
in life communicates through a speech-generating device
(like world famous English theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking) in
the independent movie "So wia's Leb'n is" (That's how
life goes). It will have its premiere on June 1.
May 11 Maxi has posted a selfie from his fishing trip to Norway on his
facebook page: Photo
And on May 14 another photo from his visit in a Viking
village, before heading home to Bavaria.
Line Of Separation, Part 1: The Morning After The War" is
nominated for a Rockie Award, in the section 'Best Drama' at the 2016
Banff World Media Festival in Canada. It competes with "Blue Moon"
(Canada), "Mr. Robot" (US), "Nezlamna" (Ukraine), "Vikings"
(Canada) and "Jang Youngsil" (South Korea). The 2016 Program
Competition Ceremony will be held on Monday, June 13
and the Rockie Awards Gala on Tuesday June 14. More about the 2016 Banff Rockie Award
Bavaria has announced that they will support the production of the 2nd
season of the multiple award winning ZDF TV-series "Tannbach - Line of Separation"
with 700.000 Euros. The new 3x90 minutes episodes will follow
the fate of the families von Striesow, Erler, Schober and other
Tannbach-villagers from the years 1960 to 1968. Principal photography
will begin in October 2016 in Prague (Czech Republic). It will
again be produced by Gabriela Sperl and Wiedemann &
Berg, and directed by Alexander Dierbach. No information
so far whether Maximilian Brückner will reprise his role as
Gustl Schober, but it is a sure bet that the main cast will return.
Source: Press release FilmFernsehFonds Bayern,
that the acting agency that represents Maximilian Brückner and
his brother Florian has changed its name from "ContrAct" to "Agency
Adress and phone number are still the same: Infanteriestr. 19, Haus 5,
80797 Munich, Germany. Phone: +49 89-3079 8600. But their web adress is
Maxis page there. And here are two
*goodies* to watch: Video with Maxi & Florian
and Video with Florian & Maxi
Competition des Nymphes d’Or 2016 | 56th
Golden Nymph Awards 2016 | #GNA16
Line Of Separation, Part 1: The Morning After The War"
(Wiedemann & Berg/ZDF) got
two nominations for the Golden Nymph Awards 2016. It competes with
fellow German production "Naked Among Wolves" (UFA/ARD Degeto) as well
as productions from
France (L'Emprise), Italy (Max & Helene),
Australia (Peter Allen: Not The Boy Next Door) and the UK (Wolf Hall)
for the award for best TV movie; Moreover actress Henriette Confurius
nominated as best actress in a TV movie. The awards will be presented
during the Monte-Carlo Television Festival, 12 to 16 June 2016 in
Tous Nommés aux Nymphes
d’Or | All Golden Nymph Awards Nominees
multiple award winning 3-part ZDF TV-series "Tannbach" / "Line of Separation" (in which
Maxi only had a very small role as Gustl Schober in the 3rd episode)
was sold to more
than 20 countries, like the UK, Italy, Spain, Scandinavia, USA and
China. Due to its good ratings and reviews, three more parts which will
tell the story from 1960 to 1968 were recently ordered and their
begin this fall, also directed by Alexander Dierbach.
||"Hindafing" - Global Screen, the
world sales unit of Bavaria Film and
Telepool has finally realesed a teaser for the TV-series Willkommen in
Hindafing / Welcome to Hindafing for the
Bayerisches Fernsehen (BR) on its website, along with a description of
its story in English: Hindafing - a German Lilyhammer, a
provincial House of Cards, or a Bavarian Fargo. The series follows the
rise and fall of ballsy provincial mayor Alfons Zischl (Maximilian
Brückner) and his fictional village of Hindafing, deep in the
Bavarian backwoods. The 6x45 min. episodes are in pre-production; head
writer Niklas Hoffmann, director Boris Kunz. Source: Global Screen
Brückner has signed with a new press agency, Schumacher | PR in Cologne.
next project will be a six-part TV-series for the Bayerisches Fernsehen
(BR), "Hindafing" (WT), with 45 mins
episodes, for which he shot a 15 minute
test-pilot in September 2014. The story is about the mayor (Maxi) of a
small village in the
Bavarian countryside who is facing problems with his late father's
black deposit accounts and homes for asylum seekers.