Next festival and next movie coming closer

March 7th, 2012

While “Ein Jahr später” is approaching its third festival screening in mid-april in Selb, Germany, our next feature-length film is on its way.

“Qui pro quo” is a confusing crime-drama created by the makers of “Ein Jahr später”.

Festival premiere

June 3rd, 2011

“Ein Jahr später” has been accepted to the Fünf-Seen-Filmfestival which will be held in the Munich area in late July/early August 2011. The film’s festival premiere, which will be its first official public screening, is scheduled for the the end of July.

“Ein Jahr später” is done

March 5th, 2011

It is done. khartoum production’s first feature length film is finished. “Ein Jahr später” (One year later) comes in at a running time of about 104 minutes.

Shooting began in late August 2010, in early March 2011 the final touches have been made.

Next on the agenda is the movie’s premiere. The search is on for an appropriate location.

Breaking up all over the world

June 16th, 2010

Frank and the unromantic story of all his break-ups keep traveling all over the world. After being shown at festivals in Italy, Australia, and Germany, it has also been accepted at the Festival 600 in Ljubljana, Slovenia, the Festival der Nationen in Ebensee, Austria, and the Quest Europe in Zielona Góra, Poland. This makes it 6 festivals in 6 different countries for “Die Kunst des Schluss machens”.

Main-Z premiere

May 24th, 2010

The premiere of the newest khartoum production, “Main-Z”, was held on May 23, 2010 at the KPS Film Palais in Mainz, Germany. The surprising documentary was a full success, astonishing and entertaining the audience at the same time.

Schluss machen at home

April 19th, 2010

After playing in Bologna, Italy in March and Melbourne, Australia in April, “Die Kunst des Schluss machens” will come home and play at a festival in its production country Germany for the first time. The Kurzfilmtage Thalmässing announced that the film will be featured in their festival in May 2010. khartoum productions has been part of the festival before, with “Rob” coming 2nd in the audience-award in 2008, winning Thalmässing’s trophy, an Olga.

Frank down under again

March 20th, 2010

After “Prüfungsstress” played at the Clare Valley Film Festival in January, Frank Linde will be traveling to Australia again. This time along with his friend Dirk and a whole lot of ex-girlfriends in “Die Kunst des Schluss machens”. The film has been announced as part of the International Shorts Night of the 8th Angry Film Festival, which will be held on the 6th of April at Melbourne, Australia.
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Prüfungsstress going Down Under

December 3rd, 2009

The Clare Valley Film Festival announced that ”Prüfungsstress” will be included in their 2010 edition. This will make it the first khartoum productions film to be officially shown at a festival in the southern hemisphere. (Even though “Rob” was produced in New Zealand it was distributed from Germany and never made it to a festival outside of Europe.) Screening of “Prüfungsstress” is set for January 23rd in Blyth, South Australia.

Film For Fün II is in the books

November 30th, 2009

Last Saturday saw 12 people get together at 9 am, split up in two teams, and meet again at 10 pm to watch the two finished short films they wrote, shot, and edited during the day, “Bloody Scary II: 28 Bananas Later” and “Die Nackt der lebenden Toten” (The Nude of the living Dead). The release date for the DVD featuring the two films as well as some behind the scenes footage is set for Wednesday, December 2nd.

film for fün Part II

November 24th, 2009

The date for the next “film for fün”-event has been confirmed. It will be held at Mainz, Germany on Saturday, November 28th. The event will start at 9am with the selection of the film teams and the drawing of the five ingredients to be included in the films, and finish at 9pm with the screening of the two finished short films. Meeting point is the Media House on Wallstreet.