Kinoschmiede Kremmen - Hollywood film adaptation of literature

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When there is a rustic restaurant next to a bustling hair salon and hand-made furniture next to the local history museum, you are probably in the historic barn district in Kremmen. Just 30 kilometres from the big city hustle and bustle of Berlin, visitors can find a building ensemble that is unique throughout Germany with about 50 barns, lined up like pearls on a string. The listed area built in the 17th century is a centre for art, music and commerce. Here, locals meet visitors and gourmets meet craftspeople; lively bustle is part of everyday life in the historic barn district. Not quite so usual, on the other hand, but all the more exciting for it are the film shoots that took place in the nearby district of Linumhorst.
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  • Scheunenviertel in Kremmen mit Teich, Foto: TMB-Fotoarchiv / Matthias Schäfer
  • Scheunenviertel in Kremmen, Foto: TMB-Fotoarchiv / Matthias Schäfer
  • Scheunenviertel in Kremmen, Foto: TMB-Fotoarchiv / Matthias Schäfer
  • Filmset von "TKKG - Jede Legende hat ihren Anfang", Foto: Kundschafter Filmproduktion GmbH
  • Filmszene aus "TKKG - Jede Legende hat ihren Anfang", Foto: Kundschafter Filmproduktion GmbH
  • Filmszene aus "TKKG - Jede Legende hat ihren Anfang", Foto: Kundschafter Filmproduktion GmbH
  • Liesel Meminger (Sophie Nélisse) im Film "Die Bücherdiebin", Foto: Twentieth Century Fox
  • Die Darsteller Nico Liersch, Sophie Nélisse und Emily Watson im Film "Die Bücherdiebin", Foto: Twentieth Century Fox
  • Scheunenviertel in Kremmen, Foto: Matthias Schäfer, Lizenz: TMB-Fotoarchiv
For the children’s film “Die Bücherdiebin” (The Book Thief), the listed steelwork bridge over the Alte Rhin was used as a backdrop for the film. The connection between Wustrau and Kremmen, which is currently open to pedestrians and cyclists, was as if it was made for Hollywood as a film location for this enthralling film adaptation. In the Oscar-nominated film, the protagonist Liesel Meminger learns to appreciate the power of the written word so much that she can use it to can escape tragic reality. 

Description: When young Liesel is exposed to the horrors of World War Two in Germany, she finds comfort in stealing books and sharing them with others. A Jewish refugee is in the cellar of her house being protected by her adoptive parents.
  • Director: Brian Percival
  • Country of production: USA, Germany
  • Distributor/broadcaster: Twentieth Century Fox
  • Cast: Sophie Nélisse, Geoffrey Rush, Emily Watson
  • Trailer: Link to YouTube




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    When there is a rustic restaurant next to a bustling hair salon and hand-made furniture next to the local history museum, you are probably in the historic barn district in Kremmen. Just 30 kilometres from the big city hustle and bustle of Berlin, visitors can find a building ensemble that is unique throughout Germany with about 50 barns, lined up like pearls on a string. The listed area built in the 17th century is a centre for art, music and commerce. Here, locals meet visitors and gourmets meet craftspeople; lively bustle is part of everyday life in the historic barn district. Not quite so usual, on the other hand, but all the more exciting for it are the film shoots that took place in the nearby district of Linumhorst.
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    • Scheunenviertel in Kremmen mit Teich, Foto: TMB-Fotoarchiv / Matthias Schäfer
    • Scheunenviertel in Kremmen, Foto: TMB-Fotoarchiv / Matthias Schäfer
    • Scheunenviertel in Kremmen, Foto: TMB-Fotoarchiv / Matthias Schäfer
    • Filmset von "TKKG - Jede Legende hat ihren Anfang", Foto: Kundschafter Filmproduktion GmbH
    • Filmszene aus "TKKG - Jede Legende hat ihren Anfang", Foto: Kundschafter Filmproduktion GmbH
    • Filmszene aus "TKKG - Jede Legende hat ihren Anfang", Foto: Kundschafter Filmproduktion GmbH
    • Liesel Meminger (Sophie Nélisse) im Film "Die Bücherdiebin", Foto: Twentieth Century Fox
    • Die Darsteller Nico Liersch, Sophie Nélisse und Emily Watson im Film "Die Bücherdiebin", Foto: Twentieth Century Fox
    For the children’s film “Die Bücherdiebin” (The Book Thief), the listed steelwork bridge over the Alte Rhin was used as a backdrop for the film. The connection between Wustrau and Kremmen, which is currently open to pedestrians and cyclists, was as if it was made for Hollywood as a film location for this enthralling film adaptation. In the Oscar-nominated film, the protagonist Liesel Meminger learns to appreciate the power of the written word so much that she can use it to can escape tragic reality. 

    Description: When young Liesel is exposed to the horrors of World War Two in Germany, she finds comfort in stealing books and sharing them with others. A Jewish refugee is in the cellar of her house being protected by her adoptive parents.
    • Director: Brian Percival
    • Country of production: USA, Germany
    • Distributor/broadcaster: Twentieth Century Fox
    • Cast: Sophie Nélisse, Geoffrey Rush, Emily Watson
    • Trailer: Link to YouTube




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      Linumhorster Str. 2

      16766 Kremmen

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