Piotr Kamler: Délicieuse catastrophe (F), 1970

Piotr Kamler in our Animated programme

Latent Movement– Piotr Kamler, Materials and Time The fathomless-mysterious relation between movement and time represents the gravitational force in the works by the Polish artist Piotr Kamler, who was born in 1936. For him, movement is far more than merely an expression of aesthetic values. It ...

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Ibolya Fekete: Bolshe Vita (HUN), 1996

Tribute and Master Class Ibolya Fekete

This year´tribute programme is dedicated to the legendary Hungarian director Ibolya Fekete. The fall of communism and subsequent re-formation of the Central and Eastern European region in the early 1990s has been well-documented in cinema. In Hungary, Ibolya Fekete has developed a sharp eye for the ...

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Randa Maroufi: Stand-by Office (F, LEB, NL, RO), 2017

Key Aspect Europe

The great European dreams that briefly took shape after the end of the Cold War are currently being gusted by the cold wind of crises. And Europe is wrestling with its identity. The various forces of attraction and repulsion, as well as the inner plurality of the European construct, are also ...

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Veronika Schubert: In erster Linie (AT), 2016

30th FILMFEST DRESDEN Presenting Its Anniversary Programme

The 30th Filmfest Dresden is presenting this year's anniversary programme. One main focus this years is on "Europe", bringing 30 years of European and the festival's history together in several programmes. The Unfinished Adventure Named EuropeThe great European dreams after the end of the Cold War ...

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New award! Golden horseman for Gender equality

For the first time, FILMFEST DRESDEN is awarding a prize for gender equality in short films in the anniversary year.The Landesarbeitsgemeinschaft (LAG) Jungen- und Männerarbeit Sachsen, Genderkompetenzzentrum Sachsen, and LAG Queeres Netzwerk Sachsen, donate the prize of 1000 euros. The project is ...

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