• Der Schornsteinsegler

    Der Schornsteinsegler

  • In Ictu Oculi

    In Ictu Oculi

  • Deep in Time’s Crevasse

    Deep in Time’s Crevasse

  • Appropriation Takes You on a Weird Ride

    Appropriation Takes You on a Weird Ride

  • Verwundene Fäden

    Verwundene Fäden

  • Animated Film

    Der Schornsteinsegler

    Der Schornsteinsegler

  • Documentary Film

    In Ictu Oculi

    In Ictu Oculi

  • Documentary Film

    Deep in Time’s Crevasse

    Deep in Time’s Crevasse

  • Documentary Film

    Appropriation Takes You on a Weird Ride

    Appropriation Takes You on a Weird Ride

  • Documentary Film

    Verwundene Fäden

    Verwundene Fäden

Der Schornsteinsegler

Germany 2020 | 5 min.

unrated

Der Schornsteinsegler

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German Competition Short Film

Der Schornsteinsegler / The Chimney Swift

Languages in Film: English

“The Chimney Swift” is being shown as part of the short film compilations “Animated Films 2” and “Past Present”. When you make your purchase, please make sure to select the compilation you prefer.
England, mid-19th century: children keep the flow of air going in narrow, sooty chimney flues. The report of a chimney sweep of the time is brought to life by pencil drawings.
Director: Frédéric Schuld

In Ictu Oculi

Spain 2020 | 15 min.

unrated

In Ictu Oculi

Ticket & Specials

Tickets for our online film screenings cost 5€ (single ticket) or 50€ (season ticket), and 20 € (single tickets for groups) or 100€ (season ticket). You can also pay the higher amount voluntarily for a season ticket, which will benefit the filmmakers.

International Competition Short Film

In Ictu Oculi / Begiak hesteko artean

Languages in Film: Spanish, Basque

The six-decade transformation of a block of houses, shown by means of artfully featured archival shots, highlights the beauty and sadness of human-made decay.
Director: Jorge Moneo Quintana

Deep in Time’s Crevasse

France 2020 | 29 min.

unrated

Deep in Time’s Crevasse

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International Competition Short Film

Deep in Time’s Crevasse / Au fond de la crevasse des temps

Languages in Film: French, Romanian

An experimental filmic arrangement that makes the past perceptible through the combination of oral history and archive material. Yesterday is inextricably linked to today.
Director: Romulus Balazs

Appropriation Takes You on a Weird Ride

Germany 2020 | 20 min.

unrated

Appropriation Takes You on a Weird Ride

Ticket & Specials

Tickets for our online film screenings cost 5€ (single ticket) or 50€ (season ticket), and 20 € (single tickets for groups) or 100€ (season ticket). You can also pay the higher amount voluntarily for a season ticket, which will benefit the filmmakers.

German Competition Short Film

Appropriation Takes You on a Weird Ride / Appropriation Takes You on a Weird Ride

Languages in Film: German

A media-historical interrogation of the German fascination with the colonialist construct of “Red Indians” which leads right up to its instrumentalization by the “New Right”.
Director: Nina Fischer, Maroan el Sani

Verwundene Fäden

Germany 2020 | 40 min.

unrated

Verwundene Fäden

Ticket & Specials

Tickets for our online film screenings cost 5€ (single ticket) or 50€ (season ticket), and 20 € (single tickets for groups) or 100€ (season ticket). You can also pay the higher amount voluntarily for a season ticket, which will benefit the filmmakers.

German Competition Short Film

Verwundene Fäden / Riven Threads

Languages in Film: German, Greek

This cinematic search for traces takes us from silkworm breeding in a Leipzig allotment garden to the island of Crete. Idyll and war begin to converge – historical, scenic, complex, surprising.
Director: Deborah Jeromin
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