Nominated for 2 Oscars, 4 Golden Globes, 4 BAFTA awards (won 1 BAFTA award), 2 Screen Actors Guild Awards, 3 AARP Movies for Grownups Awards, and many other awards.
Original review by Carsten-Pieter:
„Florence Foster Jenkins turns out to be an amusing glance at a time one would long to live in. Yet the picture has very slow and almost too mellow passages the refined acting of always-worth-watching Meryl Streep providing hilarious ironic moments, the weird looks the coloured character Simon Helberg provides and Hugh Grant’s frumpy charme let us all benevolently smile. Incredible the picture is based on a true story. The audience enjoys sumptuous set decoration, detailed costumes and the illusion all dreams are made of.
by Carsten-Pieter Zimmermann, May 2016.“
Opening night reception at EU Film Festival
STARRING EUROPE: NEW FILMS FROM THE EU 2016 at Grauman’s Egyptian Theatre, Hollywood Blvd; May 12, 2016
Hayley Hasselhoff and Carsten-Pieter Zimmermann appreciating cultural treasures.
April, 9, 2016.
Carsten-Pieter Zimmermann with his friends, consul general Ulrike Ritzinger and trade commissioner Rudolf Thaler, sharing a wonderful evening in Los Angeles on February 28, 2016.
(c) Zawinul Foundation / Mulatto Media Productions
While reporting live on the news show a man approached Carsten-Pieter Zimmermann, but Zimmermann continues. Election day Vienna, October 11th, 2015.
At charity for autism: “How Yury uses his talent to raise awareness of how a little support makes others blossom inspired me to continue changing this world for the better.
For sure I will attend his next concert where he will gather extraordinary artists again.”
(photo showing world-class violinist and Echo music award winner Yury Revich and his friend news anchor Carsten-Pieter Zimmermann at IV, May 2015)