Short #1: “Shit Nietzsche says” by David Ferris
2012, 05.13 min
Synopsis: The world’s best bilingual, fake-mustachioed, 19th century German philosopher-based answer to the viral internet sensation ‘Shit Girls Say.’ Featuring a cameo by Sarah Palin’s daughter.
Short #2: “Sweet Focus” by Nadine Strittmatter and Katharina Kowalewski
2011, 9 min
Synopsis: Eva lives in the mountains and has been taking care of her grandmother all her live who just passed away two weeks ago. While she is grieving over her grandmother, she gets an unexpected and late visit from her sister Anna, an actress. The two couldn’t be more different to each other – their first encounter ends in a fight. But through dream & time their personalities seem to merge; in the end Anna stays in the Mountains, while Eva leaves to pursue her dreams.
You can find more information about the film here.
This Week’s Guest Short: “Das Mädchen mit den Gelben Strümpfen” by Grzegorz Muskala
2008, 6 min
Synopsis: A young couple is spending the day in bed. He asks her, if she wants to marry him. At first she says no.
Our Special Guest for this week is director Nana Rebhan. In 2010 Nana directed the documentary Berlin: Hasenheide about the popular Neukölln-Park with that very name. During this week’s session she will show us the trailer of her new project Welcome Goodbye.
Please join us at the Filmkunst Bar Fitzcarraldo, Reichenberger Straße 133 in Kreuzberg. The session starts as always at 8:30 pm and the screening at 9 pm. Entrance is and will remain free. See you all on Thursday!