Saturday

Tickets for the B3 film program are included in the festival ticket or available singularly here and at the box office.


2:00 pm

B3 shortfilms


Cinema, Roßmarkt 7, 60311 Frankfurt am Main

and at the B3 Leading Exhibition at TV Corner


Saturday, 19/10/2019 2 pm
NUIT POUR JOUR (NIGHT FOR DAY)

Director: Ann Holmgren
Norway (2019)
Running time: 14:48 min
OV with english subtitles

A blind and socially isolated woman wants to be seen. The film is a visual punch-in-the-face where the camera comes so close you can catch a whiff of an accursed life.

Director: Ann Holmgren is a Sami photographer, writer and filmmaker, working in a wide range of filmatic expressions.


Saturday, 19/10/2019 2:15 pm

BROTHERHOOD

Director: Meryam Joobeur
Tunesia / Canada (2018)
Running time: 25:15 min
OV with english subtitles

Mohamed is shaken when his son returns home after a long journey with a mysterious woman. The tension between father and son rises until it reaches a breaking point.

Director: Meryiam Joobeur is an American writer-director with Tunisian roots. Her work was screened at TIFF. Brotherhood was shot in the north of Tunisia.


Saturday, 19/10/2019 2:41 pm
LOVE IS… (KJÆRLIGHET ER…)

Directors: Gørild Mauseth, Tommaso Mottola
Norway (2019)
Running time: 9:52 min
OV with english subtitles

A journey through the condition of love in our time. “Love must be the eternity humans achieve”, says a young man in the film. This short documentary is a collection of intimate confessions.

Directors: Gørild Mauseth is a Norwegian actress. She was part of the Young Nordic Producers Club in Cannes 2018. Love Is… is her directorial debut. Tommaso Mottola is a filmmaker, Festival Director of Capalbio International Film Festival, and a European Film Academy voting member.



Saturday, 19/10/2019 2:52 pm
DAUGHTER OF THE SUN (SOLAR DATTER)

Director: Sara Margrethe Oskal
Norway (2018)
Running time: 11:05 min
OV with english subtitles

Ánne is attending a writer's course. She is met with racial prejudices because of her Sami ethnicity. A writing assignement gives her the courage to confront a fragile memory.

Director: Sara M. Oskal is a Sami filmmaker, actress and author from Kautokeino. She is a previous reindeer herder who holds a PhD in Performing Arts from Oslo National Academy of Arts.

Saturday, 19/10/2019 3:03 pm
IDYLLE MARTYRE

Director: Alexandre Schild
Switzerland (2019)
Running: 16:05 min
OmU englisch

Juliette refuses to go to school. The girls there make her life miserable. Only her tender imagination allows Juliette to escape this anxious reality.


Director: Alexandre Schild is a self-taught filmmaker. Idylle Martyre continues to explore his particular interest in poetic styles and teenage topics.


Saturday, 19/10/2019 3:20 pm
VESLEMØY’S SONG

Regie: Sofia Bohdanowicz
Kanada (2018)
Länge: 8:39 min
eng.

A young woman delves into the archives of the New York Public Library in search of a rare recording from 1909. Shot on hand-processed black and white 16 mm, the film investigates the legacy of a once-celebrated Canadian violinist.

Director: Sofia Bohdanowicz is a Toronto-based filmmaker. In 2018, she was named by Reverse Shot Magazine as one of 15 international filmmakers on the rise. Veslemøy's Song was nominated for best short film at the BFI London Film Festival in 2019.

Saturday, 19/10/2019 3:29 pm
SAS

Director: Léa Célestine Bernasconi
France (2019)
Running time: 20:44 min
OwU eng.

The film follows a young woman plagued by obsessive thoughts. We meet people who struggle with eating disorders or live in direct contact with those affected.

Director: Léa Célestine Bernasconi from Pompaples, Switzerland studied Film Directing at HEAD-Genève.

Saturday, 19/10/2019 3:50 pm
BUFFET

Director: Claudia Malecka
Germany (2018)
Running time: 4:05 min

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4:00 pm

The Wall of Mexico

German premiere


Directors: Magdalena Zyzak, Zachary Cotler

USA/Mexico 2019

Running time: 110 min

OVengl

Cinema, Rossmarkt 7, 60311 Frankfurt am Main


This political comedy is set in small-town America, with the only Mexican family in town happening to be also the richest. To keep the neighbors from stealing water from their well, the family wants to build a big wall around their farm. A parable on the planned construction of a wall between the USA and Mexico, causing some of the laughter to get stuck in your throat.

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Friday, January 24, 2020

Die Puppe with live music by Uwe Oberg and Silvia Sauer

7:30 PM Die Puppe with live music by Uwe Oberg and Silvia Sauer Murnau Film Theatre in Wiesbaden