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Swansong

GER, 2017, 95 (min)
Independent
DCP, OmeU
World Premiere

  • Director: Amina Krami, Angela Queins, Felix Giese, Jan Gilles, Nola Anwar
  • Cast: Rita Feldmeier, Nadine Kiesewalter, Thomas Schweiberer, Josefine Soppa, Zoe Valks

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Amina Krami

Kollektivfilm is a working collective of young german directors & writers who develop films equally together, discovering new ways of flat hierarchy in filmmaking. The members are: Nola Anwar, Felix Giese, Jan Gilles, Amina Krami and Angela Queins, from the University of Hildesheim. This is their feature debut.


Angela Queins

Kollektivfilm is a working collective of young german directors & writers who develop films equally together, discovering new ways of flat hierarchy in filmmaking. The members are: Nola Anwar, Felix Giese, Jan Gilles, Amina Krami and Angela Queins, from the University of Hildesheim. This is their feature debut.


Felix Giese

Kollektivfilm is a working collective of young german directors & writers who develop films equally together, discovering new ways of flat hierarchy in filmmaking. The members are: Nola Anwar, Felix Giese, Jan Gilles, Amina Krami and Angela Queins, from the University of Hildesheim. This is their feature debut.


Jan Gilles

Nola Anwar

Kollektivfilm is a working collective of young german directors & writers who develop films equally together, discovering new ways of flat hierarchy in filmmaking. The members are: Nola Anwar, Felix Giese, Jan Gilles, Amina Krami and Angela Queins, from the University of Hildesheim. This is their feature debut.




Identity is not inherent; it is shaped by circumstance. As an entire village is being displaced due to surface mining, only a few people remain, struggling to let go of the past that ties them to their homes and to themselves. The streets are empty, abandoned and lifeless. In these last days before the demolition, the world is still quiet, in a moment between letting go and a new beginning. Yet, from between the first cracks on the ground, all the problems that were supposed to be buried begin to surface again. In a film painted with existentialist excellence, a talented group of German filmmakers, reward us with a melancholic portrayal of a group of diverse individuals trapped in limbo. The stories of the lingering inhabitants, Robert, Helene, Birk, Greta, and Margit are told in a multiperspective manner, delicately handling their individual hardships and entangled fates. The fitting naturalistic cinematography creates a beautiful contemplative mood that poetically frames our complicated realities.

Screenings

Casablanca 2 14.09.17 - 21:30
cine k/Studio 15.09.17 - 16:30