German Film Academy Awards 2013: 63rd Annual Deutscher Filmpreis Winners

By on April 27, 2013 in Film Award with 0 Comments

Friederike Kempter Tom Schilling Oh Boy

The winners of the 63rd German Film Academy Awards have been announced. The 2013 Deutscher Filmpreis winners are “colloquially known as the Bundesfilmpreis, the prize statuettes as Lolas) [and] is the highest German movie award.”

We previously published the nominations for the 63rd German Film Academy Awards.

The winners of the 2013 German Film Academy Awards:

Best Film
Gold – Oh Boy, Marcos Kantis, Alexander Wadouh; Director: Jan Ole Gerster
Silver – Hannah Arendt, Bettina Brokemper; Director: Margarethe von Trotta
Bronze – Lore Karsten Stöter, Benny Drechsel; Director: Cate Shortland

Best Documentary
More Than Honey, Thomas Kufus, Helmut Grasser, Pierre-Alain Meier; Director: Markus Imhoof

Best Children’s Film
Kaddisch für einen Freund (Kaddish for a Friend), Martin Bach; Director: Leo Khasin

Best Screenplay
Jan Ole Gerster, Oh Boy

Best Director
Jan Ole Gerster, Oh Boy

Best Actress
Barbara Sukowa, Hannah Arendt

Best Actor
Tom Schilling, Oh Boy

Best Supporting Actress
Christine Schorn, Das Leben ist nichts für Feiglinge (Life Is not for Cowards)

Best Supporting Actor
Michael Gwisdek, Oh Boy

Best Cinematographer
John Toll, Frank Griebe, Cloud Atlas

Best Editor
Alexander Berner, Cloud Atlas

Best Production Design
Uli Hanisch, Hugh Bateup, Cloud Atlas

Best Costume Design
Kym Barrett, Pierre-Yves Gayraud, Cloud Atlas

Best Makeup
Daniel Parker, Jeremy Woodhead, Cloud Atlas

Best Film Music
The Major Minors, Cherilyn MacNeil, Oh Boy

Best Sound
Christian Bischoff, Uve Haussig, Johannes Konecny, Die Wand (The Wall)

Honourary Award
Werner Herzog

Audience Award
Schlussmacher, Matthias Schweighöfer

Source: Chinokino

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