Selbst-Bilder

Programm für die Klassenstufe 4-7

am Dienstag, 5.6., 10:30 Uhr
am Mittwoch, 6.6., 8.30 Uhr

Gesamtdauer des Programms mit Moderation ca.  80 Min.

THE DIVINE WAY
von Ilaria Di Carlo, 15:00 Min. Experiment, Deutschland 2018
 

In Anlehnung an Dantes Göttliche Komödie nimmt The Divine Way die Zuschauer mit auf einen epischen Abstieg durch ein endloses Treppenlabyrinth.

Listen
von Astrid Bussink, 15:00 Min. Dokumentarfilm, Niederlande 2017
 

Life can seem pretty overwhelming at times, particularly when you’re growing up. And it’s not always easy to talk to your parents or friends about your problems. Fortunately, the “Kindertelefoon” (Child Helpline) in the Netherlands provides a listening ear. L I S T E N presents a cross-section of conversations between children and the Kindertelefoon. One girl talks about being home alone virtually all week; another’s sad because her parents are getting divorced. A boy in an asylum seekers’ center is worried about the future, while another boy doesn’t want to be gay and hopes these feelings will pass. Every day, the Kindertelefoon takes calls like these from children who want someone to talk to. But children also call to talk about their pets, to practice their audition for The Voice Kids or to make pranks. The recordings of these phone conversations are accompanied by images that quite literally give color to the conversations, and that beautifully reflect their tone—sometimes hilarious or naughty, but more often sad or heartrending.

Paradiesapfel
von Samuel Lewek,1:30 Min. Animationsfilm, Deutschland 2018
 

Sündenfall, Weltherrschaft und Apfelmus: alles hängt vom Apfel ab. Doch wie viele Äpfel gibt es im Paradies und kann man sie nicht doch essen?

Carlotta's Face
von Valentin Riedl, 5:00 Min. Animationsfilm, Deutschland 2018
 

Carlotta blickt in den Spiegel und sieht darin jeden Tag das Gesicht einer anderen Frau.

Marlon
von Jessica Palud, 19:28 Min., Spielfilm, Frankreich 2017
 

Marlon, 14 years old, is visiting her mother in jail for the first time since her imprisonment. The young girl, protected by her family and relatives, stubbornly believes that her mother is still her childhood heroine...