Shortcutz Berlin – Session #49 (April 19)

Short #1: “Geschwister” by Joya Thome
2011, 08.22 min
Synopsis: Over a casual supper three siblings are told that their father might be moving out of the family home. From one moment to the next they have to deal with the fact that their family might be falling apart.

Short #2: “5 Minuten” by Sabrina Karakatsanis
2012, 5 min
Synopsis: Experimental – even reflective 8mm mobile film (motion) of the observer for 5 minutes inviting you on a trip, which is the perspective I turned. The film shows the simple things in life, but those are for me important. After the credits in the film is yet to see a brief sequence in which My late grandmother asks a question. This question is looking back on the film is important. We get up in the morning, get dressed, but do not know where most of us lead our way.

This Week’s Guest Short: “Die Flaschenpost” by Florian Grolig
2010, 9 min
Synopsis: At first the mysterious black ship seems to be the hoped for rescue from the stormy sea. But soon the rescued castaway starts to realize what the purpose of the expedition is. And the ship inexorably follows its course to the south.

Our Special Guest for this week is filmmaker and entrepreneur Shermin Voshgmir. Her main concern as a filmmaker is to make socio-political and cultural topics more accessible to a diverse audience without losing the necessary depth. Shermin will present her film: “Schwarz verschleiert” and a part of her documentary “Abendland in Christenhand”. Shermin is also co-founder of cinovu.coman online indie cinema, that brings filmmakers and their audience together, without intermediaries.

Please join us at the Filmkunst Bar FitzcarraldoReichenberger 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!


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