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14.01.2022

Marius Schwingel wins the federal state music video award Buggles Award

Graduate Marius Schwingel wins the 1,000 euro Landesmusikvideopreis for “Heute nicht raus” by Yum Yum Club about the city cleaner Ivenko at night on Königstraße in Stuttgart. Congratulations! Leon Rüger,...

01.12.2021

Phoebe Ammon wins Schleswig-Holstein Screenplay Award

Graduate Phoebe Ammon wins the 2021 Audience Award of the Schleswig-Holstein Screenplay Prize for “Höhlen-Ecki”. Congratulations on winning the award again! To ensure that there are more good screenplays and...

24.11.2021

Best Music Video Annual Award for Leon Rueger

Congratulations! Our graduate Leon Rüger wins the “Best Music Video Annual Award” at the Berlin Indie Film Festival for his graduation film Hybrid. The Berlin Indie Film Festival was founded...

14.06.2021

DAAD Visiting Professor Weijia Ma at the 1st HFM Pop-Up Event: July 2, 6pm

HFM presents: Spaces for Animation – 1st Pop-Up Event on July 2, 2021 The Haus für Film und Medien Stuttgart (HFM) cordially invites you to an online panel discussion on...

23.03.2021

Students Abroad: Semester Abroad Despite Pandemic and Lockdown

Lockdown, curfews, canceled flights, and online teaching: These are all not perfect conditions for a semester abroad, in which the focus is, after all, on exchanging ideas with other students...

16.03.2021

Filipa César and Diana McCarty will become film and video professors at the Merz Akademie

Filipa César and Diana McCarty, two filmmakers and media activists, have been jointly appointed to a professorship of Film and Video at Merz Akademie. In their artistic work, the duo...

07.01.2021

Screenplay award for graduate Phoebe Ammon

The 2020 Audience Award of the Drehbuchpreis Schleswig-Holstein goes to Phoebe Ammon for BOMBENGRANATENEVENTS. Congratulations! In 2020, the third edition of the Schleswig-Holstein Screenplay Award took place under special circumstances....

02.11.2020

Award for Weijia Ma at DOK Leipzig

The documentary animation film, a Chinese-French co-production, deals with China’s one-child policy from the perspective of two young girls and thus has a very personal connection to the filmmaker’s history.

08.10.2020

Weijia Ma becomes DAAD Visiting Professor at the Merz Akademie Stuttgart

China has a long tradition in the field of animation, which is increasingly being recognized internationally. Weijia Ma uses experimental animation techniques in her work to explore narratives of contemporary...

24.07.2020

Emeritus Prof. Christoph Dreher

20 years professor at the Merz Akademie! In a corona-secure celebration at the end of the 2020 summer semester, the Merz Akademie bid farewell to Christoph Dreher, Professor of Film...