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The White Ribbon - © les films du losange 2009

The White Ribbon

A Feature film by Michael Haneke

Release in France : 21/10/2009

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Actors (12)

Production and distribution (4)

Co-production :

Les Films du Losange

Film exports/foreign sales :

Les Films du Losange

Foreign production companies :

Wega Film, X Filme Creative Pool GmbH, Lucky Red

French distribution :

Les Films du Losange

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Synopsis

A village in Protestant northern Germany.

1913/1914. On the eve of the First World War.

The story of children and adolescents of a choir, directed by the village teacher, and their families: the baron, steward, minister, doctor, midwife, and farmers.

Strange accidents occur and, little by little, take on the aspect of a punitive ritual. What is lurking behind these unsettling incidents?

Videos

03/11/2014

The White Ribbon

Trailer English Subs

Photos (8)

Full credits (11)

Line Producer :

Michael Katz

Foreign producers :

Stefan Arndt, Veit Heiduschka, Andrea Occhipinti

Director of Photography :

Christian Berger

Production Manager :

Ulli Neumann

Editor :

Monika Willi

Costume designer :

Moidele Bickel

Screenwriter :

Michael Haneke

Co-producer :

Margaret Menegoz

Sound recordists :

Guillaume Sciama, Jean-Pierre Laforce

Press Attaché (film) :

Matilde Incerti

Production Designer :

Christophe Kanter

Technical details

Feature film

Genres :

Fiction

Sub-genre :

Drama

Production language :

German

Coproducer countries :

France, Germany, Austria, Italy

Original French-language productions :

No

Nationality :

Minority French (France, Germany, Austria, Italy)

Production year :

2009

French release :

21/10/2009

Runtime :

2 h 25 min

Current status :

Released

Visa number :

119.556

Visa issue date :

28/09/2009

Approval :

Yes

Production formats :

35mm

Color type :

Black & White

Aspect ratio :

1.85

Audio format :

Dolby SRD

Rating restrictions :

Suitable for all viewers, with warnings

Posters (5)

Director

News (14)

Festival Selections (21)

Academy Awards - 2010

Academy Awards (United States, 2010)

Selection (2)

Nomination for Best Cinematography : Christian Berger

Nomination for Best Foreign Language Film

Golden Globe Awards - 2010

Golden Globe Awards (United States, 2010)

Selection

BEST FOREIGN LANGUAGE FILM

European Film Awards - 2009

European Film Awards (Germany, 2009)

Selection (4)

European Screenwriter : Michael Haneke

Carlo di Palma European Cinematographer Award : Christian Berger

European Director : Michael Haneke

Best European Film

Tallinn - Black Nights Film Festival - 2009

Tallinn - Black Nights Film Festival (Estonia, 2009)

Selection

Screen International Critic's Choice

Kiev Molodist International Film Festival - 2009

Kiev Molodist International Film Festival (Ukraine, 2009)

Selection

Festival of Festivals

Mostra - São Paulo International Film Festival - 2009

Mostra - São Paulo International Film Festival (Brazil, 2009)

Selection

Official International Selection

BFI London Film Festival - 2009

BFI London Film Festival (Great Britain, 2009)

Selection

Films selected

BIFF - 2009

BIFF (South Korea, 2009)

Selection

Films selected

New York Film Festival - 2009

New York Film Festival (United States, 2009)

Selection

Films selected

Haugesund International Film Festival - 2009

Haugesund International Film Festival (Norway, 2009)

Selection

Official Selection

Moscow - International Film Festival - 2009

Moscow - International Film Festival (Russia, 2009)

Selection

Official Programme

Cannes International Film Festival - 2009 - © Annick Durban

Cannes International Film Festival (France, 2009)

Selection

Official Competition

Awards (2)

European Film Awards - 2009

European Film Awards (Germany, 2009)

Awards (2)

Best director : Michael Haneke

Best European Screenwriter : Michael Haneke

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