COLOGNE — Judith Kaufmann was honored with the German Camera Award at the closing event of the Europe’s film and TV gabfest, the Medienforum NRW confab, on Wednesday.
Kaufmann received the award for photography for feature film “Scherbentanz,” kudos for short film went to Matthias Fleischer for “Vida! – Fragmento De Un Recuerdo.” Juergen Carle snatched the award for TV work for a sequel of thriller series “Tatort.”
In the non-fiction section, Peter Hoffmann was honored for “der Mann in den Baumen,” Joerg Hammermeister for “Der Katalog,” and Sophie Maintigneux for “Damen und Herren ab 65.”
Tilmann Buettner got an honorable mention for his work in one-take feature film “Russian Ark.” Awards for editing went to Ingo Ehrlich, Joel Stroem and Isabelle Allgeier. Vet cameraman Franz Rath received an honor for lifetime achievement.