To grasp one’s own existence is not an easy thing. However, if you are aware of your identity and know who you want to be, then you can (and must) celebrate this, protect it, or use it as a tool. In the film block “Who am I, if not myself?” this effort becomes quite visible.
Pussy Love invites you on a seductive journey where body and gender merge and the freedom to pursue pleasure takes centre stage.
Flores del otro Patio
A group of queer activists plan an uprising to highlight social injustices. To do so, they resort to sophisticated costumes and a performance act. In the process, the group also exposes themselves to danger that shakes their cohesion.
Contains mentions/depictions of:Racism, Discriminating language
Self-doubt, fear, and loss drive the characters in Przed Po back and forth in their self-talk. They seem trapped in an intangible mood, as murky as the thoughts that won’t let them go.
Ein Ort des ständigen Kampfes gegen die Entropie
A place of constant struggle against entropy
Every Monday, Peter and his friends meet at the clubhouse to reenact movie scenes from famous Hollywood blockbusters. The attention to detail (and to film) is unmistakable, but it also sometimes takes years to complete a film.
Anna is an aspiring actress, but her career doesn’t seem to want to take off. Instead, she’s doomed to star in fire drills as a wounded woman. That still seems better to her than an apprenticeship at the bank, though – which is what Anna’s father wants.
In Naptha Tears, the human body is broken up into images, fragmented and displayed in front of a
questioned in front of a seemingly infinite computer-generated landscape. On this journey we touch upon images of pop culture, capitalism and the Hollywood sphere.
Contains mentions/depictions of:Flashing lights