Relax & Pop Your Bubble

Filmwinter-Palais – Saal Valie


Konrad-Adenauer-Straße 2, 70173 Stuttgart

U-Bahn, Bus: Haltestelle Charlottenplatz

The Circle of Life

Serbia 2016, B/W, HD 3:20 Min.
Regie, Script, Camera, Programming, Animation, Editing: Milan Zulic
Music: Adrian J.Portia

“Circle of life” is my old grandma’s lace which I unlaced, part by part, and then scanned each part of the lace to produce a digitally moving line and make from it a new lace, but with a new technology. This is a story of my contact with my ancestors, and the circle of life of each of us.


Germany 2016, Colour, HD, 21:28 Min.
Regie, Camera, Editing: Daniel Kötter
Sound: Peter Haas
Music: Bernhard Lang
Actors: ensemble hand werk, Kate Hattley, Jan Rohwedder, Barbara Schwarz u.a.

He who walks down the street is immersed in the multiplicity of noises, murmurs, rhythms. […] By contrast, from the window, the noises distinguish themselves, rhythms respond to another. […] No camera, no image or series of images can show these rhythms. […] Rhythms always need a reference, the initial moment persists through other perceived givens.

Germany 2016, Colour, HD, 11:08 Min.
Regie, Script: Daniel Thomaser
Programming: Lissi Muschol
Animation: Anna Rosa Stohldreier
Editing: David J. Rauschning
Sound: Linus Nickl
Music: Phillip Feneberg

In the summer 2011, Daniel jumps into the water head first. After that, everything is different. A vortex of images before and after the accident tells the story of falling and getting up again. A filmic essay about the power of friendship, the swirl of memories and the limitless feeling of hope.

My Father’s Tools

Canada 2016, Colour, HD, 6:31 Min.
Regie, Editing: Heather Condo

In honor of his father, Stephen continues the production of traditional baskets. He thus finds peace in his studio, in connection with the man who taught him the work.

Palmerston Blvd.

Canada 2017, Colour, HD, 14:00 Min.
Regie, Camera, Editing: Dan Browne

Meticulously constructed from over 250,000 images, Palmerston Blvd. offers an extended glimpse into the rituals of domestic life demonstrating the uniqueness of everyday mundane activities. As time flows, we see the growth and development of the family’s first child, until eventually the home becomes an empty room – ready to begin again.

Small Home

Germany 2017, B/W, MiniDV, 8:51 Min.
Regie: Michael Ciesielski
Script: Michael Ciesielski, Maya Duftschmid
Camera: Johannes Brugger
Editing: Andreas Giesecke
Sound: David Benke
Musik: Gin Sonic
DarstellerInnen: Anke Retzlaff u.a.

The inhabitants of Kleinheim have everything they need. No one needs to leave the village. But Jessica asks herself why there is a bus stop. What awaits her behind the corn field?