»LABEL ME« wins competition at Max Ophüls Prize 2019

Congratulations. The ifs Graduation Film »LABEL ME« (Director/Author: Kai Kreuser, Production: Jenny Lorenz-Kreindl, Sonja Keßler, Camera: Malte Hafner, Editing/Sounddesign: Tabea Hannappel) wins the prize »Best Medium-length Film« at the Fimfestival Max Ophüls Prize 2019.

The jury’s statement said:
Two lonely people who live in completely opposite realities slowly get to know each other better due to a financial and sexual relationship of dependence. But is this dependency the only reason for their daily meeting?
Impressively close and enchantingly precise, this film tells of pain, violence and prejudice. And of a love that could bridge all this. We thank you for this intense experience. (more)

The prize for the best film from the Mittellanger Film competition is endowed with 5,000 euros. The prize is sponsored by Ulrich Commerçon, Saarland’s Minister of Education and Culture.

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