Germany’s biggest film & TV audience award

Of all the prizes awarded in Germany, the Jupiter Award – which is judged by the public – has the most to say about the impact of film actors and how believably they embody a particular role. Every month, the readers of TV Spielfilm and Cinema select the best films and TV – these public favourites are then put forward for the final Jupiter selection at the end of the year. The Jupiter award has been presented by Cinema and TV Spielfilm every year since 1979.

Since then, Jupiter has become an outstanding presence in the German film industry. 11 national and international categories are presented to the public’s favourite film and TV stars. Bud Spencer was the first to win the award, and has been succeeded by Hollywood stars like George Clooney, Ben Affleck, Tom Hanks, Nicole Kidman, Nicolas Cage, Steven Spielberg and Cameron Diaz, and German film stars such as Til Schweiger, Karoline Herfurth, Thomas Gottschalk, Hannah Herzsprung and Elyas M’Barek.

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Editor-in-chief

Lutz Carstens has been editor-in-chief of TV Spielfilm since 1999. He became editor-in-chief of TV Today in 2006. He is also editor-in-chief of TV Schlau and has been managing the editorial team of the adventure magazine Free Men's World since its first issue in 2013.

Lutz Carstens has been editor-in-chief of TV Spielfilm since 1999. He became editor-in-chief of TV Today in 2006. He is also editor-in-chief of TV Schlau and has been managing the editorial team of the adventure magazine Free Men's World since its first issue in 2013.

Editor-in-chief

Artur Jung began his journalism career as a film editor for “Video Magazin”. After serving as managing editor of “Video Markt” and “VideoPlus” and spending 12 years as deputy editor-in-chief of Cinema, he took over from Helmut Fiebig as editor-in-chief of Cinema in 2007.

Artur Jung began his journalism career as a film editor for “Video Magazin”. After serving as managing editor of “Video Markt” and “VideoPlus” and spending 12 years as deputy editor-in-chief of Cinema, he took over from Helmut Fiebig as editor-in-chief of Cinema in 2007.

Facts
Division BurdaNews
Managing director Burkhard Graßmann
Brands TV Spielfilm and Cinema
Editors-in-chief Lutz Carstens and Artur Jung
Head of brand management Screens Larissa Gerlach
Contact jupiter@cinema.de
Jupiter Award news
Jupiter Award 2017

Cinema and TV Spielfilm presented the 38th Jupiter Award, the audience film prize. The winning actors and producers collected their awards at Berlin’s “Moskau” café.

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Editor-in-chief

Lutz Carstens has been editor-in-chief of TV Spielfilm since 1999. He became editor-in-chief of TV Today in 2006. He is also editor-in-chief of TV Schlau and has been managing the editorial team of the adventure magazine Free Men's World since its first issue in 2013.

Editor-in-chief

Artur Jung began his journalism career as a film editor for “Video Magazin”. After serving as managing editor of “Video Markt” and “VideoPlus” and spending 12 years as deputy editor-in-chief of Cinema, he took over from Helmut Fiebig as editor-in-chief of Cinema in 2007.