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Martin Moszkowicz Honored With Carl Laemmle Producer Award

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Leo Barraclough International Features Editor Martin Moszkowicz, who recently segued from being CEO of leading German film and TV company Constantin Film to a producing role at the company, has been honored with the Carl Laemmle Producer Award.

The award, presented by the Alliance of German Producers – Film & Television e.V. (Produzentenallianz) and the city of Laupheim, Germany, honors Moszkowicz for his life-time achievements.

Among the films Moszkowicz has overseen are “Fack Ju Göhte,” “The Collini Case,” “Resident Evil” and “Monster Hunter.” The award is endowed with 40,000 euros and was presented in Schloss Großlaupheim, Laupheim, the birthplace of Carl Laemmle, the co-founder of Universal Pictures, in front of 400 invited guests from the worlds of film, politics and business.

Film producer and managing director of Blue Eyes Fiction Corinna Mehner spoke on behalf of the jury: “Martin Moszkowicz is a versatile and daring producer who creates impressive films with verve and enthusiasm, strategic vision and an expert instinct for material, themes and people.

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