And the Oscar goes to …. Several of our luminaires have recently starred in national and international movies and proven their qualities in the film industry. And not just in “any” film productions.

On November 15, 2012 our SML Wall Halogen will premiere in German movie theaters in “Cloud Atlas”, directed by Tom Tykwer and Lana and Andy Wachowsky. Alongside Tom Hanks and Halle Berry they show what they are capable of.

As a protagonist in Roman Polanski’s highly acclaimed “Ghostwriter”, the desk lamp Job had already proven its suitability for the silver screen. Together with Pierce Brosnan it shed light on the darkness of the plot and stood out in several scenes. In addition to Job, further models from the collection graced the screen in the British political thriller, as in “Cloud Atlas” produced at Babelsberg Studio.

Fans of the luminaire Club will have to wait until October 2013, when the Danish-German film production of Jussi Adler-Olsen’s crime-thriller “The Keeper of Lost Causes” directed by Mikkel Nørgaard will hit cinemas. It is being shot in the German state of Schleswig-Holstein and produced by the famous Danish production company Zentropa Entertainments, founded in 1992 by Peter Aalbaek Jensen and Lars von Trier during the production of “Europa” and with a branch in Berlin. Club will play a key role as an illuminator in the production. But that is all we are giving away at the moment ….

Incidentally, it is not only the world of international film that plays host to our luminaires. For example, we would like to mention the German film production “Vatertage – Opa über Nacht”, with Heiner Lauterbach and Christiane Paul, which premiered in September 2012. is featured several times in the comedy, with Slant Table, Poppy Lüster Wall, Zoom, Annex Suspension, Club and Pan Am.

And finally, for some time now we have illuminated the office of Matthias Brandt alias Inspector Hanns von Meuffels in “Polizeiruf 110”.

Further film projects are in the pipeline, so stay tuned!