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26th Jan. 2014: Onno Viets und der Irre vom Kiez

The radio play adaption of Frank Schulz' novel of the same name with my radio play music on NDR info. On 4th. Feb. the piece will be played at Hamburg Planetarium.

26. Feb. 2014: Pasted! on MDR Figaro and kulturradio vom rbb

The feature Pasted! Wir sind die Zukunft der Musik will be aired on 26. Feb. 2014 at 22:00 on MDR Figaro and at 22:04 on kulturradio vom rbb.

24. March 2014: räuber.schuldengenital

Radioplay by Ewald Palmetshofer on WDR3 at 23:05

30. March 2014: The Karnau Tapes

Deutschlandradio Kultur broadcasts the radio play at 18:30 based on the novel by Marcel Beyer


TV Shows

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Berlin Berlin

Directors: Franziska Meyer Price, Sven Unterwaldt, Christoph Schnee, Titus Selge, Ulrike Hamacher, Edzard Onneken among others
Produced by Studio Hamburg
Actors: Felicitas Woll, Jan Sosniok, Sandra Borgmann, Matthias Klimsa, Rhea Harder, Alexandra Neidel among others

 

4 seasons. The series has received several awards including the 2004 International Emmy Award for best foreign-language television series. In 2002, Felicitas Woll received the German Television Prize for best actress in a series; in 2003, she received the Adolf Grimme Prize together with the scriptwriter David Safir; and in 2004, she received the Golden Rose of Lucerne.

 

The score for "Lolles Love Theme" can be downloaded here.

 

 


 


Country-girl Lolle moves to Berlin with the dream of becoming a comic artist. Together with her cousin Sven, the lesbian Rosalie and the somewhat vulgar programmer Hart, she experiences crazy adventures in Berlin's urban jungle. The fast-paced stories tracing Lolle's journey to womanhood were a huge success among critics and viewers alike. It was the first time that comic animations had been used in an early-evening series on German television to portray the protagonist's thoughts and fantasies. In addition to the comic scenes, voice-overs were used so that viewers could also experience some of Lolle's somewhat less socially-acceptable contemplations. The music to the series uses ironic references to film scores as an accompaniment to the colourful mix of humorous situations and tragic moments. As a result, Lolle is transported into her own "film" in which the adventures that she experiences require her to rise above herself and deal with the ups and downs of everyday life.




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