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Deutscher Kamerapreis for Accentus documentary

Author: Accentus Music

Mitja Hagelueken, DOP of the Accentus Music film „What to do with all this love“, has received the award for his “unobtrusive and sensitive camera work”.

  • Deutscher Kamerapreis for Mitja Hagelüken | Copyright: © Accentus Music

    Deutscher Kamerapreis for Mitja Hagelüken © Accentus Music

  • Deutscher Kamerapreis for Mitja Hagelüken | Copyright: © Accentus Music

    Deutscher Kamerapreis for Mitja Hagelüken © Accentus Music

The Deutscher Kamerapreis (German Camera Award) ceremony took place in Cologne on 10 May. Eleven directors of photography, camera operators and editors were awarded for their achievements, among them Mitja Hagelueken for his work as director of photography in the documentary feature film “What to do with all this love”, directed by Marita Stocker and produced by Accentus Music in co-production with MDR/Arte, supported by Mitteldeutsche Medienförderung.

The jury statement reads as follows:
“In a country that belongs to the poorest in Eastern Europe and is threatened with cultural bleeding out, the renowned music school in Tbilisi is struggling to survive. The film shows what this means in a very touching way. This is primarily due to the camera work. It succeeds in capturing all the talent, the deep devotion to music, all the love for teaching, and the overwhelming feeling of belonging together in images that make this threatened treasure shine. The never obtrusive, mostly observant camera creates colorful images and dives deeply into the world of music. It brings us close to the people, their dreams, and their ideals. A deeply human film, full of warmth and tenderness.”

What to do with all this love
A film by Marita Stocker


A production of Accentus Music in co-production with MDR/Arte, supported by Mitteldeutsche Medienförderung.
Length: 80 minutes

Screener available.

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