We at the Radical Frame Film Festival are proud to announce the sixth edition of SHORT FILM SERIES – Berlin, Germany. We are happy to present original and exciting short films movies from different countries.
Some of these films have received awards in prestigious international festivals and most of them have not been shown in Germany before.
The 2018 SHORT FILM SERIES - Berlin dates are 08 and 09 of May, 2018 with screenings at the Lichtblick Kino.(Kastanienallee 77, Berlin-Prenzlauer Berg 10435, Berlin, Germany +49 030 44 05 81 79) https://www.lichtblick-kino.org/
All films are in original version with English subtitles.
Film Schedule and Dates:
May 08, 2018:
In Ayah's Eyes
Director: David Wagner
For almost two years Natalie’s husband fought as a jihadist in Syria. The two are finally reunited when he returns to Germany. But not for long, as Emin plans on returning to Jihad the next morning - together with Natalie and the baby.
Directors: Séverine de Streyker, Maxime Feyers
France meets her son's girlfriend for the first time. She loses control.
Director: Angelica Germana Bozza
Ahmet, a young widowed father and his 9-years old daughter, Rozerîn, left Turkey and started a new life in Germany. Ahmet gives his best to provide Rozerîn a serene childhood. Yet, their life is marked by the absence of Rozerîn's mother. On the anniversary of her death, Ahmet and Rozerîn commemorate her by performing her favorite tradition in their own special and caring way.
Watu Wote (All of Us)
Director: Katja Benrath
For almost a decade Kenya has been targeted by terrorist attacks of the Al-Shabaab. An atmosphere of anxiety and mistrust between Muslims and Christians is growing. Until in December 2015, muslim bus passengers showed that solidarity can prevail.
May 09, 2018:
Journey to Aleppo
Director: Juuso Lavonen
Short documentary tells a story of Syrian born Finnish citizen Rami Adham who delivers humanitarian aid to the children of the world's most dangerous city, Aleppo.
Director: Charlotte Rolfes
A pigs valve in his heart, that‘s what Heiner - a vegetarian for more than 40 years – is desperately trying to prevent. Lea, Heiners daughter, has to persuade her dad of the surgery, because no one else seems to do it.
Directors: Alexander Lahl, Volker Schlecht
An animated documentary shortfilm about Hoheneck, the main prison for women in former East Germany. A film about political imprisonment and forced labor.
Director: Christopher Kaufmann
Derek is having the blues and this does not only refer to his stage performance. When the singer wakes up in a psychiatry after a suicide attempt, he meets Adam, his devoted fan and at once his pain in the ass. A story about two guitars, three chords and the beginning of an friendship.