‘Wolfskinder’ Wins Munich Festival Prize For Political Cinema

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‘Wolfskinder’ Wins Munich Festival Prize For Political Cinema

by Wochit 0:30 mins

‘Wolfskinder’ Wins Munich Festival Prize For Political Cinema

by Wochit 0:30 mins

German director Rick Ostermann has won the Munich Film Festival's acclaimed The Bridge prize for his debut film, Wolfskinder. The period drama is set in 1946 and follows a group of war orphans struggling to survive in the wreckage of post-World War II Europe. Ostermann will be honored at a gala ceremony in Munich on July 3.

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