SHORT FILM PROGRAM | US PREMIERE
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Germany (2019), 95 min. DCP Projection
German/English with English Subtitles
Presented by German Films and the German Federal Film Board (FFA), this beloved annual showcase premieres the most remarkable student shorts – the NEXT GENERATION of German Cinema – together with the best German shorts under 5 minutes – the winners of the FFA’s SHORT TIGER Award.
This year's expert jury includes writer-director Doris Dörrie, Daniel Ebner (Artistic Director VIS Vienna Shorts Festival) and Dr. Gregory Theile (Kinopolis/Theile Group), who have selected 13 short films representing Germany’s diversity of forms, genres, and skillful filmmaking talent that international audiences have come to expect from German shorts.
These deeply personal and universal stories confirm the notion that short film is an independent art form deserving of the big screen and the awareness of audiences worldwide.
NEXT GENERATION SHORT TIGER 2019 PROGRAM BROCHURE
Yana Ugrekhelidze (Animation, 2019, 9 min.)
Andreas Fischer (Animation, 2018, 8 min.)
Nikita Diakur (Animation, 2018, 3 min..)
Fariba Buchheim (Documentary, 2018, 11 min.)
DER JUNGE IM KAROHEMD
(THE BOY IN THE CHEQUERED SHIRT)
Aleksandra Odić (Fiction, 2019, 6 min.)
Benjamin Pfohl (Fiction, 2019, 14 min.)
Jonas Riemer (Animation, 2014, 14 min.)
Aljoscha Ramon Böhnert, Michelle Burakowski (Animation, 2018, 3 min.)
Lasse Holdhus (Fiction, 2018, 5 min.)
Michael Kranz (Fiction, 2018, 1 min.)
Sonja Rohleder (Animation, 2019, 4 min.)
DIE TINTE TROCKNET NICHT THE
(INK DOESN’T DRY)
Felix Herrmann (Fiction, 2019, 15 min.)
WHOSE HAND WAS IT?
Minze Tummescheit, Sara Lehn, Arne Hector (Doc./ Experimental, 2018, 3 min.)
NEXT GENERATION SHORT TIGER 2019
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