Edinburgh International Film Festival 2014

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Car Park Hyenas (Parkplatz-Hyänen) (Country: Germany; Year: 1970; Director: Zbynek Brynych; Writer: Herbert Reinecker; Stars: Erik Ode, Reinhard Glemnitz, Günther Schramm, Fritz Wepper)
A veteran cop faces a murder in a parking lot.
Showing as part of showcase Perfect Crimes with Night Watch.
The Cat (die katze) (Country: West Germany; Year: 1988; Director: Dominik Graf; Writer: Uwe Erichsen, Christoph Fromm; Stars: Götz George, Gudrun Landgrebe, Joachim Kemmer, Heinz Hoenig, Ralf Richter, Ulrich Gebauer, Sabine Kaack, Iris Disse, Erich Will, Heinrich Schafmeister, Uli Krohm, Claus-Dieter Reents, Bernd Hoffmann, Walter Gontermann, Josef Millo)
Bank heist of a criminal mastermind.
A City Is Blackmailed (Eine Stadt Wird Erpresst) (Country: Germany; Year: 2006; Director: Dominik Graf; Writer: Rolf Basedow, Dominik Graf; Stars: Uwe Kockisch, Misel Maticevic, Julia Blankenburg, Thomas Neumann, Hubertus Hartmann, Arved Birnbaum, Lutz Teschner, Oona von Maydell, Petra Kleinert, Yevgeni Sitokhin, Maxim Kovalevski, Wilfried Pucher, Heiko Senst, Christoph Letkowski, Georg Tielmann)
When Leipzig is threatened with extortion, an unconventional cop uncovers past secrets.
Crime Scene: From The Depths Of Time (Country: Germany; Year: 2013; Director: Dominik Graf; Stars: Udo Wachtveitl, Miroslav Nemec, Meret Becker, Erni Mangold)
Episode of crime series Tatort follows two Munich policemen drawn into a series of murders.
Dreileben 2: Don't Follow Me Around (Country: Germany; Year: 2011; Director: Dominik Graf; Writer: Dominik Graf, Markus Busch; Stars: Jeanette Hain, Susanne Wolff, Misel Maticevic)
A police psychologist renews old acquaintances when she is drafted in to help small town police find an escaped convict.
Dead Pigeon On Beethoven Street (Tatort: Tote Taube in der Beethovenstrasse) (Country: Germany; Year: 1972; Director: Samuel Fuller; Stars: Glenn Corbett, Christa Lang, Eric P Caspar, Anton Diffring, William Ray)
Anarchic crime comedy from the Tatort series.
Dear Fatherland Be At Peace (Lieb Vaterland magst ruhig sein) (Country: West Germany; Year: 1976; Director: Roland Klick; Writer: Johannes Mario Simmel, Roland Klick; Stars: Heinz Domez, Catherine Allégret, Georg Marischka, Günter Pfitzmann, Rudolf Wessely, Paul Glawion, Margot Werner, Dietrich Frauboes, Rolf Zacher, Ulrich Radke, Gunter Berger, John O'Connor, Manfred Tümmler, James Lee, Günther Kieslich)
A man sent to kidnap an escapee from Eastern Germany gets trapped between opposing forces.
Hotte In Paradise (Hotte Im Paradies) (Country: Germany; Year: 2003; Director: Dominik Graf; Writer: Rolf Basedow; Stars: Misel Maticevic, Nadeshda Brennicke, Birge Schade, Stefanie Stappenbeck, Isabell Gerschke, Oliver Stritzel, Sven Martinek, Mark Zak, Dirk Borchardt, Alexander Schubert, Anka Sarstedt, Steffen Jacob, Torsten Buchsteiner, Harald Glitz, Dietmar Heddram)
Satire about an up-and-coming pimp in Berlin's red light district.
A Map Of The Heart (Der Felsen) (Country: Germany; Year: 2002; Director: Dominik Graf; Writer: Markus Busch, Dominik Graf; Stars: Karoline Eichhorn, Antonio Wannek, Sebastian Urzendowsky, Ralph Herforth, Peter Lohmeyer, Caroline Schreiber, Ulrich Gebauer, Lothar Bakan, Jim Bardeglinu, Stéphane Bardeglinu, Peter Benedict, Dirk Borchardt, Mathieu Camus, Jean Pierre Capbern, Guy Cimino)
A middle-aged woman plunges into an amour fou with a teenager.
Night Watch (Nachtwache ) (Country: Germany; Year: 1993; Writer: Dominik Graf; Stars: Klaus Wennemann, Dietrich Mattausch, Hans-Jürgen Schatz, Maja Maranow)
A relationship begins to form between a woman in peril and the cop protecting her.
Showing as part of showcase Perfect Crimes with Car Park Hyenas.
The Road We Do Not Walk Together (Der Weg - den wir nicht zusammen gehen) (Year: 2009; Director: Dominik Graf; Stars: Dominik Graf, Jeanette Hain, Florian Krüger-Shantin, Reynold Reynolds)
Segment from an original showcase of 13 films, showcasing the state of the German nation.
Showing in Memories Of West Germany with The Whisper In The Mountain Of Things.
Sylvie (Country: West Germany; Year: 1973; Director: Klaus Lemke; Writer: Klaus Lemke; Stars: Stefan Abendroth, Heinz Badewitz, Werner Bokelberg, Peter Böhlke, Ivan Desny, Dennis O. Heinrich, Flory Jacobi, Edelgard Klages, Paul Lys, Guido Mangold, Bill McCartney, Renate Möller, Del Negro, Fritz Pauli, Daniel Spiegel)
After a fashion model falls asleep in a taxi an impossible love affair beckons.
The Whisper In The Mountain Of Things (Das Wispern im Berg Der Dinge, A Whispering In The Mountain Of Things) (Country: Germany; Year: 1997; Director: Michael Althen, Dominik Graf; Writer: Dominik Graf, Michael Althen; Stars: Robert Graf, Selma Urfer, August Everding, Ruth Vesper, Joachim Kaiser, Ruth Leuwerik, Franz Peter Wirth, Hanni Lentz, Hans Abich, Oliver Grimm, Christoph Fromm, Konrad Adenauer, Lukas Ammann, Herbert Bötticher, O.W. Fischer)
Portrait of Graf's late father.
Showing in Memories Of West Germany with The Road We Do Not Walk Together.
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