with Murathan Muslu , Alechan Tagaev & Ivan Kriznjak
Language: German Produced by Michael Katz and Veit Heiduschka
Ertan leaves jail after 10 years and tries to settle back in society. Mikail (15) spends his time with parties, drugs and dreaming of a life as a gangster rapper. Ertan looks for Mikail. Mikail doesn't know Ertan. Soon they both have to face a harsh reality.
A rebellious teenager, falsely accused of planning a school massacre, must survive a harrowing conflict with a prison gang leader while he attempts to prove his innocence to the community and those close to him.
A film by Anne Linsel
2009 - Germany - Documentary - 1.85 DCP - 89 min.
The dance performance „Kontakthof“ bears the unmistakable signature of Pina Bausch: it deals with forms of human contact, the encounters between the sexes, and the search for love and tenderness with all the attendant anxieties, yearnings and doubts. It is about feelings, which pose a big challenge, particularly for young people. For almost a year teenagers from over eleven schools in Wuppertal went on an emotional journey. Every Saturday, 40 students, aged between 14 to 18 years, rehearsed under the direction of the Bausch-dancers Jo-Ann Endicott and Bénédicte Billiet and under the intense supervision of Pina Bausch herself. The film „Dancing Dreams“ by Anne Linsel and Rainer Hoffmann accompanies the rehearsal process culminating in the opening night. We watch the teenagers making their first, still clumsy attempts to transform the subjects of the dance performance into motion and choreography and to develop an own, individual body expression. They discover themselves in a process, which leads great personal growth. Gentle and shy but also aggressive contacts condensate to individual experiences that many of the teenagers encounter for the first time on stage. Pina Bausch has always encouraged the young dancers „to be themselves.“ It is behind their own movements, fears, feelings and desires that their personal „Dancing Dreams“ become visible. At the end each of them has not only grown up, but above all has become more self-confident, independent and more sceptical facing prejudices. Employing an unusual adjacency, the film introduces the young protagonists in sensitive ways, it culminates in drawing a portrait of an entire generation. Pina Bausch died on June 30th, 2009. „Dancing Dreams – teenagers perform „Kontakthof“ by Pina Bausch“ shows the last motion pictures and the last interview with the world-famous dancer and choreographer.
White White World
A film by Oleg Novković
2010 - Serbia - Drama - 2.35 DCP - 121 min.
In the town of Bor, a rotten mining center in southeast Serbia, lives King, a lonesome cowboy of about 40, a former miner, now a local bar owner. Once he was involved with Ruzica, the town beauty and wife of his boxing coach Zivina. When Zivina found out about the affair Ruzica killed him. After seven years in jail Ruzica comes back to Bor. She goes to see King, only to find out that he is involved with another woman. Her daughter Rosa.
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