Four feature films taken from the program of Flensburger Kurzfilmtage that demonstrate the diversity of Germany's northernmost short film festival.
If you set up a camera
Visual story by Henrike Wiesemann, Mats Claessen, and Sönke Witt, 3,5 minutes, Germany 2018
The directors picturize text messages by people who give various answers to the question of what they envision when they think of Schleswig-Holstein. An homage to Germany's northernmost federal state.
Animation film by Julia Oker, 3,5 minutes, Germany 2017
The lion urgently needs to shape up but the gazelle has no faith in him.
Animation film by Valentin Riedl and Frédéric Schuld, 5 minutes, Germany, 2018
Every time Carlotta takes a look in the mirror, she sees the face of another woman. Neuroscientist Valentin Riedl has examined the phenomenon from which Carlotta suffers. It's called prosopagnosia and, in cooperation with filmmaker Frédéric Schuld, he offers touching and informative insight into the topic.
Emma und die Wut
Short feature film by Elisa Mishto, 15 minutes, Germany 2018
An anger management group presents a young woman with an unexpected career opportunity. A female gangster film with a heavy dose of black humor. At the 18th edition of Flensburger Kurzfilmtage, the film received the first prize in the fiction category.