Saturday 30th November | Zaal 4 | 20:45 - 22:15
Don’t we all lack a bit of confidence sometimes? Dare to be inspired by these films and see how they cope with their insecurities and fears; if they have any...
THIS SCREENING CONTAINS THE FOLLOWING FILMS
Ismet Ergun, Kermen Ergun | Fiction, Feminism, Fear | 10:03 | Germany
What would you do if you were confronted by a racist or sexist individual? Would you be scared or brave to protect yourself? One night in Berlin, a woman has to protect herself from German national extremists, aggressive Turkish teenagers, and a self-help freak. Surprisingly, she doesn’t need to say any words to fight back.
Love Me, Fear Me
Veronica Solomon | Animation, Identity, Acceptance | 06:06 | Germany
"What would you be willing to do for them to love you?" The story is a dance metaphor about the roles we play and the shapes we take, about the stages we chose, the audience we try to impress and the price of acceptance. Why should we be so dependent on someone’s opinion? Why do we want to be accepted so much?
The Evil Eye
Leonore Kasper | Fiction, Outcast, Media | 14:39 | Romania
A reporter and a camera operator are visiting the camp of a protesting Roma community in Bucharest that recently got evicted. During the interview, the protesters start questioning the real motivation of the reporter team and claim their right to tell their version of the story.
Jorgen Scholtens | Fiction, Comedy | 08:01 | The Netherlands
An amateur theatre company receives a masterclass from a background vocalist from the hit musical Grease. This event should change the life of the theatre. Are actors really hopeless? Or is the “famous actor” not who he claims to be?
The King of Insanity
Michiel Ubels | Documentary, Experimental, Road Movie | 28:00 | The Netherlands
50-year-old call centre employee Patrick is cast as the male lead in Michiel Ubels’ romantic road movie. After the shoot fails miserably, Michiel finds out that Patrick lied about his age and acting experience. Intrigued, Michiel hands Patrick a camera to film his personal environment. All too eager to make a fresh start and prove that he is worth the attention, Patrick soon starts crossing boundaries.
What's Important Now Is To Feel Bad
Björn Perborg | Fiction, Drama, Society | 04:41 | Sweden
During a compulsory information meeting for unemployed people, the friendly face of a ridiculous, Kafkaesque bureaucracy exposes the truth behind unemployment. Unemployed people act as a deterrent to the rest of the population: to remain in their poorly paid jobs and to continue consuming.