January 16, 2016

Colonia, starring Emma Watson, wins main prize at Bavarian Film Prize 2016



The prize honors the best producers and is endowed with EUR 200 000.

The film about the involvement of the sect Colonia Dignidad with the Chilean military dictatorship put a warning against totalitarian systems, sexual abuse and infiltration and repression, the jury based its decision. Award winners are Benjamin Herrmann and Christian Becker, who produced the film by Florian Gallenberger.

6 comments:

Jonathan Andrew Sheen said...

This is the one I'm really most excited about. I can't wait to see her carrying a strong action-suspense movie.

Anonymous said...

Me to! I can't wait to see this and buy the DVD. I will have to see it in German first, but that's fine.

Anonymous said...

I cannot wait to see Emma in a film. Just to see her in a film! I can't wait for this genre of film for her either. Congrats to her for this award...

Anonymous said...

Does anyone know anymore about the Queen of Tearling. I am waiting for book 3. A friend told me that Emma was going to play the lead. I was really excited. Kelsea is as good as Katnis.Katnis seemed a bit of everyone's pawn, but Kelsea seems to be a young woman who is developing into her role as a sovereign. Can't wait!

Vicky George said...

I'm not sure on QoT - I did read somewhere that Emma may end up just producing it rather than acting in it and I don't know if anyone has heard anything different?

I too am looking forward to Colonia.

Anonymous said...

She is no longer listed on proimdb as producer. I think this would be a good role for her if they do not wait too long to do it. She looks younger than her yearrs.