Warshots

Warshots

Deutschland 1996, Spielfilm

Inhalt

Warshots ("What′s the big difference between a Leica and a Kalashnikov?")

Civil war in North Africa. The United Nations sends troops. The international press sends reporters. Just another consignment for Jan Loy and Maynard Wilhelm.

They know their colleagues from the last job in Sarajevo, Grozny, or some other corner of the world which looked different when they left, to what they saw when they came. Jan Loy is one of their stars. A photo-grapher. Weighed down with awards. Renowed for his ruthlessly perfect "eye". He stalks violence and finds it. He tames it in his pictures and it makes him famous. But it gets him in the end.

Source: German films Service & Marketing GmbH

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Credits

Director:Prof. Heiner Stadler
Screenplay:Prof. Heiner Stadler, Harald Göckeritz
Director of photography:Yusef Hu
Editing:Micki Joanni
Music:Roman Bunka
  
Cast: 
Herbert KnaupJan Loy
Peter FrankeMaynard Wilhelm
Özay FechtClaire Meunier
David KehoeForrester
Jamal HamdanNdebele
Hassan FarhatHeckenschütze Souhal
Mark ZakAleksandr Chmyr
Claude ChanniceZimmermädchen
Janek StarczewskiMalkowski
Billy ClarkeKohlenhändler
Micheline DaouVerletzte Frau
Calvin E. BurkeUS-Presseoffizier
Emmanuel SuysFotograf
Abdo El HakimMohammed
Khaled el SaeidKhatib
Patricia Wilkinson1. Barbesucherin
Joanne Doherty2. Barbesucherin
Patrick DuncanEnglischer Offizier
Georges M. NasserGeneral Salebh
  
Production company:HSF Filmproduktion (München)
Producer:Prof. Heiner Stadler

All Credits

Director:Prof. Heiner Stadler
Assistant director:Nicole Front
Screenplay:Prof. Heiner Stadler, Harald Göckeritz
Director of photography:Yusef Hu
Assistant camera:Florian Süssmayr
Clapper loader:Gyula Farkas
Still photography:Emmanuel Suys, Emmanuel Suys, Gyula Farkas, Dávid Jászai
Lighting design:Florian Süssmayr
Camera (other):Pia Frömert (Bildtechnik)
Set design:Hamze Nasrallah, Steven Killen (Belfast)
Prop master:Jeanne Mandour, Andrew Reid (Belfast)
Costume design:Monika Grube
Costumes:Nassab Salloum, Claire McErlean (Belfast)
Editing:Micki Joanni
Assistant editor:Bettina Rademacher
Sound editor:Stefan Busch
Sound:Marc Parisotto, Frank Heidbrink, David Starkey (Belfast)
Sound assistant:Max Vornehm
Foley artist:Jo Fürst
Audio mixing:Max Rammler-Rogall, Hans-Dieter Desinger
Music:Roman Bunka
  
Cast: 
Herbert KnaupJan Loy
Peter FrankeMaynard Wilhelm
Özay FechtClaire Meunier
David KehoeForrester
Jamal HamdanNdebele
Hassan FarhatHeckenschütze Souhal
Mark ZakAleksandr Chmyr
Claude ChanniceZimmermädchen
Janek StarczewskiMalkowski
Billy ClarkeKohlenhändler
Micheline DaouVerletzte Frau
Calvin E. BurkeUS-Presseoffizier
Emmanuel SuysFotograf
Abdo El HakimMohammed
Khaled el SaeidKhatib
Patricia Wilkinson1. Barbesucherin
Joanne Doherty2. Barbesucherin
Patrick DuncanEnglischer Offizier
Georges M. NasserGeneral Salebh
  
Production company:HSF Filmproduktion (München)
in co-production with:Bayerischer Rundfunk (BR) (München), Westdeutscher Rundfunk (WDR) (Köln), Süddeutscher Rundfunk (SDR) (Stuttgart), Arte G.E.I.E. (Straßburg)
Producer:Prof. Heiner Stadler
Producer (TV):Silvia Koller (Bayerischer Rundfunk [BR]), Alexander Wesemann (Westdeutscher Rundfunk [WDR]), Rieke Müller-Kaldenberg, Jochen Kölsch
Line producer:Georges M. Nasser, Michael McGaegh
Unit production manager:Joelle Sabba
Location manager:Mohammed Deaibess
Production assistant:Sabine Sebaali
Production manager:Johanna Kohtz
Shoot:1996: Beirut, Belfast, Mogadischu
Original distributor:HSF Filmproduktion (München)
Length:93 min
Format:35mm, 1:1,66
Picture/Sound:Eastmancolor, Dolby Stereo SR Surround
Screening:Uraufführung (DE): 04.07.1996, München, Filmfest;
Kinostart (DE): 28.11.1996;
TV-Erstsendung (DE FR): 06.04.1998, Arte

Titles

Originaltitel (DE) Warshots
TV-Titel Warshots. Kriegsbilder

Versions

Original

Length:93 min
Format:35mm, 1:1,66
Picture/Sound:Eastmancolor, Dolby Stereo SR Surround
Screening:Uraufführung (DE): 04.07.1996, München, Filmfest;
Kinostart (DE): 28.11.1996;
TV-Erstsendung (DE FR): 06.04.1998, Arte
 

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