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‘White Ribbon’ Wins Germany’s Lola

Takes home 10 awards, including best film, best director and best actor for Burghart Klaussner

"The White Ribbon" crowned a phenomenal year with a near-sweep of the 60th German Film Awards on Friday.

Michael Haneke’s film took home 10 Lolas including best film, best director and best actor for Burghart Klaussner.

Hans-Christian Schmid’s war crimes drama, "Storm," which debuted at the 2009 Berlin International Film Festival, picked up three Lolas, including the Silver Best Film nod, best editing for Hansjorg Weissbrich and the best score for the film music composed by German alt music stars the Notwist.

Read more at the Hollywood Reporter.