In accordance with current COVID-19 regulations, our screenings this year will accommodate only a very limited number of guests at the same time. For this reason we have decided to play every screening multiple times. Screening #8 includes 1 feature film and 3 short films. All films are English spoken and/or English subtitled.
Tickets are 6€. Buy a ticket and we'll plant a tree with Tree Plan! 1 ticket = 1 tree.
Free tickets available for students, seniors, and unemployed or low income guests: request yours here.
Dates and times:
- Sunday 16 May 2021, 12:00 – 14:00 Get tickets
- Wednesday 19 May 2021, 12:00 – 14:00 Get tickets
- Friday 21 May 2021, 14:00 – 16:00 Get tickets
Alfred Skull Art Gallery
Glassy Stares (Turkey)
by Rıdvan Karaman
Twin brothers, Tayfun and Taykan, live at a retirement home, although they are in their early forties. Both passionately committed to music and having isolated themselves from life, the twins spend their time writing and composing songs. 'Glassy Stares' is an ecstatic insight into truth amid the fogs of schizophrenia. It is knotting guitar strings in restoring torn ties with the real. A story of brotherhood. Running time: 00:25:17
Brother, move on (Switzerland)
by Antshi von Moos
Geeta is one of the few taxi drivers in India. Her taxi service "for women by women" enables women to move freely in the city at any time. Her motivation is: "The more women become taxi drivers, the less women are afraid to step out of the house." Geeta's hope is that the cityscape and atmosphere of the city will increasingly change and so will the position of women in society. Running time: 00:08:30
Ravens (United Kingdom)
by Karl Friis Forchhammer
An intimate journey in the life of a modern feminist who has never stopped being a hopeless romantic. It is a reflection on the nature of love, sex, relationships, and gender roles for a generation that having freed itself from the chains of tradition, is still struggling to find a new way to live their lives. Running time: 00:25:45
Good Girls Don't Get Beaten (Belarus)
by Halina Adamovich
Excessive use of force in self-defense is among the most wide-spread reasons why women are put in prison. Over 140 countries of the world have laws against domestic violence. There’s no such law in the Republic of Belarus. Running time: 00:52:00