Konrad-Adenauer-Straße 2, 70173 Stuttgart
U-Bahn, Bus: Haltestelle Charlottenplatz
Russia 2016, Farbe, HD, 10:46 Min.
Regie, Script, Camera, Editing, Sound: Anastasia Vepreva
Actors: Lena Volk
A young activist, inspired by the ideas of militant feminism, has an idea to organize anonymous militant gang. She begins to produce visual propaganda materials – a universal video content to involve new participants. But when she goes beyond the world of her illusions she meets with an inevitable failure and finds herself completely alone.
Germany 2017, Colour, HD, 19:40 Min.
Regie, Script, Camera, Editing, Sound: Thadeusz Tischbein
Which role does culture play if dead bodies are not to be buried but destined to serve a certain cause. Based on Stalinist mausoleums such as Lenin’s, Gottwald’s, and Mao’s but also animal preparations in natural history collections and religious practices such as relics, Snow White explores this issue.
Russia 2016, Colour, HD, 2:00 Min.
Regie, Script, Programming: Gala Shiyan
Camera: Uliana Look
Animation, Editing, Sound: Dmitry Moiseev
Music: Anatoly Novikov
Actors: Dmitry Erokhin
The symbolic vision for the contemporary artist/poet’s personal understanding of cultural backgrounds, a performance: stuffing the product to the outside world, the search for new ideas. The film features a poem by Dmitry Erokhin.
Germany 2017, Colour, HD, 3:15 Min.
Regie, Camera, Editing: Marion Pfaus
Script, Actors: Marion Pfaus, Caro Labusch, Rebecca Niazi-Shahabi
Women acting like dictators.
Germany 2016, Colour, HD, 20:00 Min.
Regie, Script: Jennifer Reeder
Camera: Sebastian Bock
Editing: Mike Olenick
Sound: Christoph Bock
Music: Casey J Cooper
DarstellerInnen: Sophie Hegarty Scholfield, Katharine Naughton, Yodit Tarikawa, Tim Plester
All Small Bodies is a feminist, sci-fi take on the Grimm tale of Hansel and Gretel. In the aftermath of a planetary catastrophe there are several resilient survivors including two young girls named Z and Bub. The film follows these curious adolescents as they awaken their extrasensory abilities and reclaim their autonomy from a menacing dark presence.
Poland 2017, Colour, HD, 4:00 Min.
Regie, Script, Camera, Editing, Sound: Kacper Nurzynski
“Primavera” is a poetic vision of communing with the natural world. The narration of the film creates a sensual picture in which the viewer can plunge together with the heroine. It is not a realistic vision though – it is an attempt to convey something that is intangible: the pulsing energy of new life that can be felt in the air.