Film Program

 

2011-10-31 | 19.00 | Weltspiegel Cottbus
Cottbus Film Show
(9. COTTBUSER FILMSCHAU)
2011-11-01 | 17.00 | Glad-House Saal
U18 - German-Polish Competition Youth Film
Denny lives in Berlin and spends his life on partying and sleeping with girls. One day he is visited by Frank, his mum’s new boyfriend. Denny has not been in touch with his mother for ten years. When the boy refuses to go back home, his stepfather decides to hang around for a few days. The two worlds collide and it turns out that, in fact, none of them has grown up yet.
(PAPA GOLD)
2011-11-01 | 19.00 | Staatstheater Cottbus - Großes Haus
Specials
This unusual experiment attempts and achieves the seemingly impossible: the cinematic adaptation of a painting. The setting is Central Europe during the Age of Enlightenment: Protestantism is attracting ever more followers, a novel understanding of God and the world emerges. However the Spanish, during the sixteenth century the Catholic rules of Flanders, suppress the faith with a vengeance. Inspired by the novel of the American art historian Michael Francis Gibson, which transfers the Passion to Flanders in the year 1564, the Polish director, poet and painter Lech Majewski creates a visual masterpiece.
(Die mühle & das kreuz | polen, schweden 2011 | 92 min)
2011-11-01 | 19.30 | Weltspiegel Cottbus
Specials
This unusual experiment attempts and achieves the seemingly impossible: the cinematic adaptation of a painting. The setting is Central Europe during the Age of Enlightenment: Protestantism is attracting ever more followers, a novel understanding of God and the world emerges. However the Spanish, during the sixteenth century the Catholic rules of Flanders, suppress the faith with a vengeance. Inspired by the novel of the American art historian Michael Francis Gibson, which transfers the Passion to Flanders in the year 1564, the Polish director, poet and painter Lech Majewski creates a visual masterpiece.
(MŁYN Y KRZYŻ)
2011-11-01 | 20.00 | Glad-House Saal
Specials/ Weimar Triangle
(12 KURZFILME, DEUTSCHLAND/FRANKREICH 2003–2010, 84 MIN)
2011-11-02 | 10.00 | Stadthalle Cottbus
Children´s Film
(DIE SUCHE NACH DEM WUNDERBUNTEN VÖGELCHEN)
2011-11-02 | 10.00 | Kammerbühne
Focus: Eastern Europe by Regions
Andreas Sam, the son of a Jewish Hungarian-Serbian family, is in Vojvodina in search of his family history and, in particular, that of his father who vanished without trace during the Second World War. There childhood memories encounter a present overshadowed by memories of war, persecution, nationalism and ideological dogmas. Instead of providing answers, the Hungarian-Serbian border region provides Sam with ever more questions.
(FÖVENYORA)
2011-11-02 | 12.00 | Kammerbühne
Focus: Eastern Europe by Regions
Two fathers on the search for their children: A Romanian travels to Kosovo, in order to free his daughter from forced prostitution, a Serb travels to Romania, where his son was killed in a car accident. Both men meet on the river Danube.
(DACA BOBU NU MOARE)
2011-11-02 | 12.00 | Weltspiegel Cottbus
Russian Day
Kostya is 23 years old and works on the metro in Moscow. One day his doctor tells him that he has a heart defect and could die any time. Faced with death, Kostya tracks down his father, consults a fortune teller– but really, there is no love, no care, and no future for him in this world.
(ATLANTIKA | SERDCA BUMERANGA)
2011-11-02 | 14.00 | Stadthalle Cottbus
Specials
Hannah presumes he fell during the war. She returns to Germany, and ultimately emigrates to the USA. In the confusion of rekindled emotions Hannah has only one thought in her mind: she has to travel to Poland, in order to find Tomasz. How should she convey this to her beloved husband and daughter however? “I’ve lost something”, she ultimately tells the latter. A film about a love presumed lost, that in fact survived not only the war but also several decades. A touching melodrama inspired by true events.
(DIE VERLORENE ZEIT)

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