Award-winning Film Producer Visited Stuttgart To The Charity Matinee

Information to producer Eberhard Junker village and Hans-Martin Schempp 1973 founded Eberhard Junker village with Volker Schlondorff and Reinhard Hauff Bioskop Film GmbH. Eberhard Junker village has produced the Bioskop film since then over 50 feature films. Eberhard Junker village is among others President and Chairman of the Board of Directors and of the Presidium of the film promotion agency Berlin, founding member of the German-French Film Academy, as well as Honorary Chairman of the new German film producers association. in 1995, Eberhard Junker village the character animation studio in Munich founded animation. The first production of the studios was the feature-length animated film “The fearless four” in 1998 was awarded the Bavarian producer award. For this movie, Eberhard Junker village has for the first time directed. A further feature-length animated film with the title followed by Tobias Totz and his lion”.

The third production help! I’m a fish”has received 2002 a nominations for the German film award. For his latest production till Eulenspiegel”, an adaptation of the famous fairy tale, which end of 2003 ran very successfully in the German cinemas, directed by Eberhard Junker village again. End of 2003 the film sprockets International Film Festival in Toronto was awarded the audience award for the best animated film. Awards: 2001 Bundesverdienstkreuz of 1.Klasse, 2004 Bavarian order of merit information about 1Hans-Martin Schempp born 28 July 1951 Stuttgart businessman, Economist, professional pilot and flight instructor. Owner of the macro media service GmbH (MMD), Ostfildern. President of the International Association for human values Europe (IAHV) since 2005.

In his studies he took over several sponsorships for orphans and abandoned children through world vision, Terre des Hommes organisations among others. He actively supports the street children project in Stuttgart-Degerloch, purchased the property required, let them rebuild and equip with studios and took over costs for caregivers. He funded an orphanage afloat in emergency in Pokhara (Nepal) since 2001 and builds one for the kids Sponsor organization to sustainable support on. From 2002 “Adoption” of four Indian orphans in Tamil Nadu, Trichy. For these and a couple who looked after the children, he had built a House. Two girls have now completed with success the College. Since 2006, he acquired land in Tamil Nadu for the HANSA NIWAS FOUNDATION. Initiator of “one world family”. Approximately 3,000 children and young people, who have called for a world in peace and harmony singing, participated in the kick-off event in the Europa-Park Rust on the 20.10.2010. A follow-up event of the One World family project is provided on the jazzband in Stuttgart. With the 1st MMD donations run on September 11, 2009, money was collected for the establishment of the first stationary children Hospice in Baden-Wurttemberg. Should the 2nd MMD donations run on 10 / 11.09.2011 for the benefit of street children in Germany take place. More information: SI-Erlebnis-Centrum Stuttgart, Plieninger Strasse 100, 70567 Stuttgart, Tel: 0711 721 2112,,


‘ Small Elbe Philharmonic Hall is built from 22 tons of sand. September 21, 2009, two international sand artist create in about 10 days from 22 tons of sand the Hamburg Elbphilharmonie daily live in the EKT Farmsen. On September 30, 2009, the small Elbe Philharmonic Hall is\”ready and will be to visit every day free of charge until 24 October during the opening hours of the shopping centre. If you are not convinced, visit jim king. Even before the fascinating glass facade on the actual \”Elbphilharmonie\” is installed, the Hamburg can take already their future landmark scrutiny: from 22 tons of sand is created in the EKT FARMSEN during the 21st 30th September 2009 Hamburg’s new concert hall as a replica of the building. Although not quite as large as the original (highest point 110 m, estimated weight approx. 200,000 tonnes), but with around 3 m height at about 4 x 6 m action area is also very impressive. Build two international sand sculptors of the Dusseldorf company here within only 10 days of sand, which may take several years in fact

EKT FARMSEN centre manager Oliver Ballesteros said: \”After the great success with the\”Hamburger Michel\”made of sand around three years ago we glad with this project to document the commitment with the future landmark of Hamburg\”. Information around the story of the emerging world concert hall to active support possibilities of citizens for their new landmark will be on-site with the kind support of the Elbe Philharmonic Hall’s Foundation, the ReGe Hamburg and the Elbe Philharmonic Hall / Laeiszhalle offered. From the current construction progress to the ordering options for the ongoing Elbphilharmonie concerts 2009/2010 the visitors can find insights in the until the buildings on the Hamburger Hafen-city building from November 2011 and can the progress of the small daily\”see Elbe Philharmonic Hall as sandy replica in the shopping centre in Farmsen. \”The\”small\”Elbe Philharmonic Hall is completed to see his and true to the motto of the Elbe Philharmonic Hall until 24th October 2009 in the EKT FARMSEN a House for all\” of course free of charge.