“After the Future” tells a story of life after the non-occurrence of an expected death, the need for sovereignty and legitimacy. It is also an intimate portrayal of a complex personality.
What was it like to be a lesbian woman in the GDR?
Uferfrauen follows six protagonists who lived in large and small towns in the north and south of the former socialist republic; they have a lot to tell. The women share with the audience their everyday lives at the time, their struggle for self-determination, their first love, unconventional family planning and conflicts with the SED and the law.
Europe, She Loves
EUROPE, SHE LOVES weaves together the stories of four couples on the fringes of Europe: Siobhan and Terry in Dublin want to live without drugs; in Tallinn, Veronika hopes Harri will get along better with her son, Artur; Penny wants to leave Thessaloniki, and the older Niko, to work in Italy; and Juan and Caro in Seville, newly in love, hardly think about the future.
Postcard to Daddy
As a child, Michael Stock was sexually abused – by his own father. 25 years later he is still looking for inner peace. In conversations with his family and friends and his own reflections, he paints an ever clearer, if contradictory picture of what happened and of the consequences for each of the family members.
My Two Polish Loves
The ghosts of the past are the stories of the future.
THE SLEEPER approaches the biographies of two women whose personalities were forcibly hidden behind their roles as wives and homemakers. They remained invisible until they themselves became the aggressors.