Last night the launch of INTERVIEW Germany was celebrated in Berlin in a former school for jewish girls. Bernd Runge and Vladislav Doronin, the publishers of the new magazine, editor-in-chief Jörg Koch and Anja Schwing, publisher, invited to a small, exclusive dinner in the Pauly Saal first. The party afterwards was attended by over 500 international guests who danced on three floors to the sounds of Linntronix, Marcelo Burlon and Discodromo. Guests included Naomi Campbell, Dr. Dieter Kosslick, Vito Schnabel, Julian Schnabel, Hannelore Elsner, Iris Berben, Natalia Wörner, August Diehl, Clemens Schick, Jake Gyllenhaal, Franz Dinda, Dr. Udo Kittelmann, Neil Barrett, Sibel Kekilli, Heike Makatsch, Alexander Scheer and Klaus Wowereit. At midnight Charlotte Gainsbourg sang chansons from her new CD and enthused the party guests with her 'charme Parisienne'. Gerard Malanga, a former collaborator of Andy Warhol, filmed 57 international celebs and creatives for the launch issue in Berlin. The party was also a vernissage of these screen tests which will be exhibited for the next four weeks in the former Jewish Girls School in Berlin. The next INTERVIEW Germany will be released on February 29, 2012.