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Cubanía – Between Berlin and Havana

Germany, 2019 | 360° | 26 Min. | German, Spanish (English Subtitles) | Available Online
Cubanía - Between Berlin and Havana

Berlin and Havanna may be far away from each other geographically, but they are connected through their love of dance. A colorful documentary about salsa dancers on both sides of the earth, making the borders in our minds and feet disappear.

Q&A with Sharon Ryba Kahn (Director) + Marie-Therese Dalke (Producer)
Director
Sharon Ryba-Kahn
Producer
Marie-Therese Dalke

Berlin and Havanna may be far away from each other geographically, but they are connected through their love of dance. A colorful documentary about salsa dancers on both sides of the earth, making the borders in our minds and feet disappear.

Q&A with Sharon Ryba Kahn (Director) + Marie-Therese Dalke (Producer)
Author: Sharon Ryba-Kahn
Cinematographer: Jana Pape
Editing: Barbara Ophoff, Evelyn Rack, Brigitte Schmidle
Sound mixer: Constantin Kirsten, Alexandra Praet
Line producer: René Beine

Lumina

Switzerland, 2019 | 360° | 4 Min. | Without Dialogue | Available Online
Lumina

A group of friends have a picnic. A squirrel nibbles a nut. A carriage passes by with clacking hooves. A world out of paper mâché with park visitors with paper cut looks unfolds itself with the help of a lot of creativity. An immersive experience for eyes and ears.

Q&A with Marion Nyffenegger
Director
Marion Nyffenegger

A group of friends have a picnic. A squirrel nibbles a nut. A carriage passes by with clacking hooves. A world out of paper mâché with park visitors with paper cut looks unfolds itself with the help of a lot of creativity. An immersive experience for eyes and ears.

Q&A with Marion Nyffenegger
Music: Yanick Herzog, Marylène Müller

Selyatağı / Floodplain

Turkey, 2018 | 360° | 13 Min. | Turkish (English Subtitles) | Available Online
Selyatağı

A man disappears. Construction workers trudging through the thick forest. An eerie tree whispering, rustling, humming seductively. Its promises cause the human environment around to succumb. Returning to the womb of the earth or merely collective reverie? A mystery in virtual surreality.

Q&A with Deniz Tortum (Director)
Director
Deniz Tortum

A man disappears. Construction workers trudging through the thick forest. An eerie tree whispering, rustling, humming seductively. Its promises cause the human environment around to succumb. Returning to the womb of the earth or merely collective reverie? A mystery in virtual surreality.

Q&A with Deniz Tortum (Director)
Sound designer: Mustafa Bal

The rain that is falling now was also falling back then

Germany, 2019 | 360° | 39 Min. | Romanian (English Subtitles) | Available Online
The rain that is falling now was also falling back then

Manix, Cristian and Busluic serve time in a Romanian prison on the external EU border. Time seems to be walled in between bars and concrete. The 360° angle of this medium feels chained and confined in the narrow hallways, cells and yards.

Q&A with Christian Zipfel
Director
Christian Zipfel
Producer
Viktoria Janssen

Manix, Cristian and Busluic serve time in a Romanian prison on the external EU border. Time seems to be walled in between bars and concrete. The 360° angle of this medium feels chained and confined in the narrow hallways, cells and yards.

Q&A with Christian Zipfel
Camera: Jonas Römmig
Music: Christian Dellacher
Sound designer: Kevin Jahnel, Fabian Koppri
Film school: Filmuniversität Babelsberg KONRAD WOLF
Line producer: Andrea Wohlfeil
First ad: Corina Hinkov

{5 Minuten Tod} / {5 minutes of death}

Germany, 2019 | 360° | 5 Min. | German (English Subtitles) | Available Online
{5 Minuten Tod}

Dying: For the human body it is the beginning of a process. Body temperature drops. The heart stops beating. An unemotional narrator, multicolored images and vivid musical accompaniment stir up curiosity free from the usual anxiety which is ever so often connected to the end of life.

Q&A with Tod Pia Mozet & Jenny Kleine (Directors)
Directors
Pia Mozet
Jenny Kleine
Screenplay
Juliane Uhl

Dying: For the human body it is the beginning of a process. Body temperature drops. The heart stops beating. An unemotional narrator, multicolored images and vivid musical accompaniment stir up curiosity free from the usual anxiety which is ever so often connected to the end of life.

Q&A with Tod Pia Mozet & Jenny Kleine (Directors)
Camera: Maren Kießling
Voice: Janosch Lindner