Reinhold Schünzel Award
The Reinhold Schünzel Award is an honorary prize awarded for long-time achievements in the field of restoration, preservation or dissemination and popularisation of the German film heritage.
Reinhold Schünzel was an actor and director, born in Hamburg. After returning from exile in Hollywood he died in Munich in 1954.
The laureate of the Reinhold Schünzel Award 2012 will be announced during the opening ceremony of cinefest on Saturday, 17 November 2012.
Thomas Brandlmeier, Filmhistorian, from 1994 to 2012 manager of the main exhibition department of Deutsches Museum, Munich
Jan-Christopher Horak, Director of UCLA Film & Television Archiv, Los Angeles, USA
Leonardo Quaresima, Film Historian, Universities of Udine and Bologna
2011: Barton Byg (more
2010: Heide Schlüpmann (more
2009: Volker Baer (more
2008: Vladimir Opela (more
2007: Gero Gandert (more
2006: Vittorio Martinelli (more
2005: Wolfgang Klaue
2004: Ingrid Scheib-Rothbart
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