Short #1: “N arratives” by Eva Becker
2011, 17.34 min
Synopsis: The images are in mostspanglywanglycolour.* According to Nort Permander-Faxn (producer and PR) “N-arratives” is mostly inspired by confused looking arrows behind black circles and a ball of coloured lines. There’s not much he could add, as that’s about all he knew. If he were to add anything, we wouldn’t understand anyway.
*Featuring, for the first time ever, the use of MULTICOLOURWIDESCREENMADNESSTECHNOLOGY. According to its inventor Rigobert Schnipselmann, it is very new, very expensive and very complicated.
Short #2: “Success” by Micah Magee
2010, 5.23 min
Synopsis: A motivational video derailed.
You can check Micah Magee´s wesite by clicking HERE!
This Week’s Guest Short: “A Couple” by Julie Budtz Sørensen and Sidsel Baggesgaard Seeberg
Denmark, 2010, 9.07 min
Synopsis: IBEN (35) lives alone in her house in the countryside, where she makes a living from tending to her botanical garden. She is lonely and has not recovered from her break up with her great love, WILLIAM (40), who used to live in the house with Iben. After the break up, Iben and William have not been able to let each other go, and at intervals, William returns to Iben’s home, where he sets up a tent in her garden. When Iben sees the reflection of herself and William in an old photograph of the two when they were together, she realizes that what they have now is unrelated to the relationship they had then; that which had value is lost and only an empty shell remains…
Our Special Guest for this week is Sergej Moya, who works successfully as an actor and director. In 2003 he appeared in the award winning TV drama “Mein Vater” (My Father) alongside German acting legend Götz George. Sergej will share some of his experience with us and present part of “Hollywood Drama” (2009), a shortfilm which he wrote and directed and which was shown in the section Perspektive deutsches Kino of the 2010 Berlinale.
We look very much forward to seeing you on Thursday at the Filmkunst Bar, (Reichenberger Straße 133) in Kreuzberg. The session begins at 8:30 pm and the screenings start at 9 pm. Entrance is as usuall free. Come, bring your friends and watch and discuss with us!