FFDD20: Programme of the final two days

Here's your last chance to see the programmes of FFDD20.

Programme highlights
Saturday and Sunday, 12 and 13 September


Film programmes

Sat + Sun: Families, children and young people get their money's worth

Once again this year, numerous short film programmes will be shown especially for children and young people aged five and up. The venues are the Schauburg, the Thalia, the Programmkino Ost and the Club Cinema in Lingnerschloss.
We will also be showing our Family Shorts at our Open Air on Saturday and Sunday from 14:00 to 17:00 on Neumarkt.

Sat, 5:30 pm Schauburg: Retrospective 2 - From Borna to Shibuya

Together with the Film Association of Saxony and the Saxon State Library - Dresden State and University Library, we present digitally remastered film treasures from the archives, impressive contemporary documents from 100 years of Saxon history with Baumkuchen, Halbstarken, dance and fresh breath.

Sat, 8 pm Schauburg: Tribute: Omer Fast

Omer Fast (*1972) is one of the most striking film and video artists of his generation and is a master of irritation. In his films he creates his own little worlds in which one gets lost. Again and again he tells stories of alienation and loss. In different ways his works develop a fantastic pull that takes the viewer on a journey into the wounded psyche of his protagonists. OF with engl. UT.

So, 12:30 - 10 pm Schauburg, PK Ost: prize-winning films

After the juries had awarded the "Golden Horsemen" to the lucky winners of the 32 FILMFEST DRESDEN the evening before, all the prize-winning films will once again be shown on the big screen on Sunday! The last chance for all short film enthusiasts* to marvel at the cinematic highlights of the festival.


Supporting programme

Sat, 1:30 pm Schauburg: Discussion on the representability of trauma
Tip: This event will also be broadcast live on our Facebook channel or on our website!

Individual and collective traumas are a central theme in the arts. In trauma film, art and life, present and past merge. Experts and international guests will discuss short films that approach and visualise the structure of traumatic experiences in an innovative way. The panel is organised in cooperation with the Elfriede-Dietrich-Stiftung, which has set itself the goal of making contributions to overcoming trauma.

Sat, 4 pm Schauburg: Master class with Christine Schlegel
Tip: This event will also be broadcast live on our Facebook channel or on our website!

Christine Schlegel is one of the most important contemporary artists in Dresden. Her multifaceted oeuvre spans a wide range from painting with surreal correspondences, installations, video projections to experimental film essays that skilfully combine performative and dance elements and at the same time abstract them. The artist will present, among other things, her film "Rodarquilar - Scorched Earth with a House of Liquid" and provide insights into her creative processes.

Sat, 8 pm Schauburg: Award of the Golden Horsemen
Tip: This event will also be broadcast live on our Facebook channel or on our website!

The tension is rising! After a week full of impressive, fun, informative and emotional moments in the cinema hall and at events of the supporting programme, the glittering highlight has arrived. A total of 9 Golden Horsemen and prize money of 68,000 euros will be ceremonially awarded.
Remaining tickets 7,50€ or with invitation or accreditation

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