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Day 9: Ceremony & Party

Dear friends, today it’s the day of the spectacular TEDDY Ceremony and Party which will take place at the STATION-Berlin at Gleisdreieck. The queer movies of the Berlinale will be awarded with a TEDDY AWARD in the categories: “Special TEDDY”, “Best Short”, “Best Feature Film” and “Best Documentary”. We will also have Continue reading Day 9: Ceremony & Party

Virginia feat. Steffi & Dexter

For real electronic music and party fans, Virginia, Steffi and Dexter will be playing live. Virginia and Steffi are resident DJs at Berghain’s Panorama Bar and infamous for their wild House and Electro sets. Not only are they prolific producers but Virginia is also an exceptional singer, with a beautiful soulful voice. For the TEDDY AWARD show they’ll be joined by DJ and producer Dexter for their new joint live set that will serve as a glimpse into Virginia’s vocal‐rich album, to be released on Ostgut Ton in the Spring.

Anna Naklab

Anna Naklab revived the Reamonn Classic “Supergirl” last year and went through the rooftop with it. To be exactly, to the top of the charts! Already in 2013, she sang a cover version of Chris Isaacs “Wicked Games” which got produced by a friend and was honoured with a platinum record in the Netherlands and Australia. With tracks such as “Swept Away” or “Something Near”, the 22-year old singer proofs how perfectly her song writing talent and her unique voice match.

This year, she will perform at the TEDDY Ceremony and we are all looking forward to getting blown away by the power of her voice.

John Grant

It’s been the most spectacular of journeys, from a place in time when John Grant feared he’d never make music again or escape a life of addiction, to winning awards, accolades and Top 20 chart positions, and collaborating with Sinead O’Connor, Goldfrapp, Elton John and Hercules & Love Affair. The fact he subsequently won a Best International Male Solo Artist nomination at the 2014 BRITS alongside Eminem, Justin Timberlake, Bruno Mars and Drake, seemed like some fantasy dreamt up in a moment of outrageous hubris. Continue reading John Grant