DOUBLE FEATURE | LA PREMIERE
DOUBLE FEATURE: begins with 303 at 5:00 pm,
followed by Q&A with Actor Anton Spieker.
THE MOVER (ATLAS) begins at approximately 8:00 pm.
Ticket price includes admission to both films.
Germany (2019), 119 min. DCP Projection
German with English Subtitles
Director: Hans Weingartner
Screenplay: Hans Weingartner, Silke Eggert
Cinematography: Sebastian Lempe, Mario Krause
Cast: Mala Emde, Anton Spieker, Arndt Schwering-Sohnrey, Martin Neuhaus, Steven Lange
Producer: Hans Weingartner
Co-Producers: Rainer Kölmel, Matthias Bahr, Christine Tschanett-Weingartner, Simon Amberger, Korbinian Dufter, Rafael Parente
Production: Kahuuna Films/Berlin in Co-Production with NEUESUPER GmbH, STARHAUS Produktionen
After biology student Jule (Emde) discovers that she is pregnant, she sets out in her old Mercedes “303” camper van on a journey to Portugal to tell her boyfriend, Alex, who works there. Outside of Berlin, she picks up Jan (Spieker), a political science student, who is hitch-hiking to Spain to find his biological father, whom he has never met before. Jan feels that people are selfish by nature, and is not surprised that his original ride leaves him stranded by the road, even before his journey begins. Jule, in contrast, believes that people are fundamentally kind, and friendly, and offers Jan a lift. Although they only plan to travel as far as Cologne together, as each mile passes, they soon learn more about each other’s lives.
While „on the road,“ intense chemistry develops between the two as they share impassioned and deep conversations about capitalism, human nature, love and relationships and the meaning of life. Soon their trip becomes an emotional roller coaster, which finds them desperately trying not to fall in love with each other. Spieker and Emde breathe life into Weingartner and Eggert’s screenplay that unfolds onto the dreamlike backdrop of the European countryside skillfully lensed by Lempe and Krause.
Actor Anton Spieker
- 23rd FESTIVAL of GERMAN FILMS, Paris 2018, Audience Award.
- FESTIVAL AUGENBLICK ALSACE CINEMAS, 2018, Audience Award.
was born in 1970. He studied Physics and Neurosciences in Vienna and Berlin and earned a diploma as a camera assistant from the Austrian Association of Cinematography, followed by post-graduate studies at the Academy of Media Arts (KHM) in Cologne. His films include: the shorts DER DREIFACHSTECKER
(1994), SPLIT BRAIN
(1997), and FRANK
(1999), and the features THE WHITE SOUND
(2000), THE EDUKATORS
(2004), RECLAIM YOUR BRAIN
(2007), HUT IN THE WOODS
(2011), and 303