Sonntag, 27. September 18:00h until 20:00h at Thalia Kino
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In this film block we present you the winners of “Best Short Film” and “Best Documentary Film”. The block is also available online beginning 17:00h after the winners are announced at the awards ceremony.

The Lost Scot

United Kingdom, 2019 | Fiction Film | 15 Min. | English | Available Online
The Lost Scot

Three Brits, a Scot, a rifle – in the middle of nowhere. What could go wrong? Dark British humour combined with loads of rain, mud and misunderstandings.

Q&A with Julien Cornwall (Director + Writer)
Director
Julien Cornwall
Producer
Ashley Teague

Three Brits, a Scot, a rifle – in the middle of nowhere. What could go wrong? Dark British humour combined with loads of rain, mud and misunderstandings.

Q&A with Julien Cornwall (Director + Writer)
Cinematographer: Paul Maziere
Costume: Quin Sotelo
Editing: Luke Howe
Lighting: Anastasia Vorotniuk
Sound mixer: Antonio Sequeira
Film school: The London Film School School
Production designer: Julia Wiese
Assistant camera: Eng Teck

Fonja

Madagascar, 2019 | Documentary Film | 80 Min. | Malagasy (English Subtitles) | Available Online
Fonja

In a juvenile detention center in Madagascar the detainees explore film as a medium from behind the camera. The experimental project is more than a documentary about their everyday life behind bars, with a special focus on the young people’s conflict with themselves.

Q&A with Lina Zacher (Director + Producer)
Director
Lina Zacher
Producer
Lina Zacher (Burg Giebichenstein University for Art and Design)

In a juvenile detention center in Madagascar the detainees explore film as a medium from behind the camera. The experimental project is more than a documentary about their everyday life behind bars, with a special focus on the young people’s conflict with themselves.

Q&A with Lina Zacher (Director + Producer)
Camera: Erick Edwin Andrianamelona, Ravo Henintsoa Andrianatoandro, Lovatiana Desire Santatra, Alpha Adrimamy Fenotoky, Sitrakaniaina Raharisoa, Adriano Raharison Nantenaina, Jean Chrisostome Rakotondrabe, Elani Eric Rakotondrasoa, Sitraka Hermann Ramanamokatra, Todisoa Niaina Sylvano Randrialalaina

Perehodnii Vozrast / Puberty

Russia, 2019 | Documentary Film | 28 Min. | Russian (English Subtitles) | Available Online
Perehodnii Vozrast

Inna works as a midwife, is divorced and has four children. Between domestic and professional duties she hardly has time for herself, let alone for her love life. And unembellished portrait of a mother and her children who openly share their needs and desires.

Q&A with Elena Kondrateva (Director + Producer)
Director
Elena Kondrateva
Producer
Elena Kondrateva
Screenplay
Elena Kondrateva

Inna works as a midwife, is divorced and has four children. Between domestic and professional duties she hardly has time for herself, let alone for her love life. And unembellished portrait of a mother and her children who openly share their needs and desires.

Q&A with Elena Kondrateva (Director + Producer)
Camera: Elena Kondrateva
Editing: Elena Kondrateva, Liza Kozlova
Sound designer: Yulia Bazhenova, Yuri Gedert

Offline Tickets

*ermäßigt/discounted: students, pupil, retirees, statuory service receivers are eligible to receive a discounted ticket if proof is shown upon arrival