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Münsterland web series "Haus Kummerveldt" to be seen online for eleven days

After successful film tour through the region now on screen at home until 22 November

A good tip for foggy November evenings or the weekend at home: The first Münsterland web series "Haus Kummerveldt" can be seen online for a short time after its exclusive film tour through the region: Until 22 November, the eight ten-minute episodes can be streamed as part of the Seriencamp Festival. At www.seriencamp-wat, series junkies and Münsterland fans can watch the series for free after registering.

The plot in a nutshell: Luise von Kummerveldt wants to become a writer - not easy for a young woman in the imperial era. Based on the life of the famous poet Annette von Droste-Hülshoff, viewers can expect melancholy, morbidity and black humour. And: some of the most beautiful castles and palaces in the Münsterland.

Haus Kummerveldt is the first fictional historical web series in Germany. The interplay of plot, setting and charismatic actors has already helped the film team around Münsterland director Mark Lorei to screenings, nominations and prizes at various film festivals, such as the Max Ophüls Prize Film Festival in Saarbrücken, the "Seriale" in Giessen or international festivals in South Korea or the USA. The team is currently negotiating where and when the web series will be shown online. Therefore: Tune in quickly until 22 November!

From July to October, the Münsterland Film Tour had already thrilled many Münsterlanders with open-air and indoor cinema. Exclusively, with a Corona hygiene concept and in front of a unique backdrop, more than 600 viewers have already been able to follow the story of the young writer in the narrow corset of her time. The venues Burg Vischering in Lüdinghausen, Haus Welbergen in Ochtrup, Haus Runde in Billerbeck, Burg Hülshoff in Havixbeck, LWL Museum of Art and Culture in Münster and TextilWerk Bocholt offered a great cinema experience with music, picnic, balmy summer evenings, distance, film team interview and special guided tour. The film tour was organised by Münsterland e.V. in cooperation with the venues.

If you would like to mentally travel back to the film tour summer or simply take a look at the special settings, you can find a short video review with powerful images at

More information about Haus Kummerveldt is also available at

Your contact persons

Christine Kolm
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Christine Kolm
Castles and Palaces Region" project
Eva Stannigel
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Eva Stannigel

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