Bayernfenster 3

Bayernfenster 3

Sunday, 19. Mar 2023 // 20:30 Uhr @ Leerer Beutel Filmgalerie
Thursday, 23. Mar 2023 // 20:30 Uhr @ Kinos im Andreasstadel Wintergarten

better half
Germany 2021, color, 11 min, OV, Engl. sub
Director: Jürgen Heimüller
Production: Jürgen Heimüller
Cutting the world’s population in half in order to save the planet? A great idea, say politicians, experts and ordinary citizens from the street. But who should go? A fictional documentary about the abyss of our civil society.

Germany / Uzbekistan 2022, color, 13 min, OV, Engl. sub
Director: Daniel Asadi Faezi, Mila Zhluktenko
Production: Fozil Yunusov, Daniel Asadi Faezi, Mila Zhluktenko
By weaving together different cinematic textures, the short film re-imagines the dried-up Aral Sea, allowing an old fisherman to set sail one last time.

Mind the Memory Gap
Germany 2022, color, 13 min, OV, Engl. sub
Director: Franz Wanner
Production: Franz Wanner
The communications director of an arms firm has an idea: why not create a remembrance park in order to communicate history in a manner geared toward the future, unburdened by facts and with a German-style remembrance design? An actress engaged as a tour guide (played by Julia Franz Richter) presents even the large-scale exploitation of forced labor as part of an exciting flow of information about the company’s turbulent history.

Hello Darkness My Good Friend
Germany 2022, both, 29 min, OV, Engl. sub
Director: Melanie Jilg
Production: Melanie Jilg
Fear is one of the strongest emotions that literally gets under someone’s skin. But what to do when it’s there and won’t go away? In this animated short film, people talk about their very personal experiences with anxiety situations and the downward spiral into an anxiety disorder.

Germany 2022, color, 9 min, OV, Engl. sub
Director: Fanny Rösch
Production: Marie-luise Pfeiffer, Felix Stegmann
An idyllic family breakfast in the Tyrolean mountains – or so it seems. Behind the facade hides a family dynamic full of emotions of distance, closeness, envy and love. Old conflicts come alive, small crises that seem banal but are ultimately all to familiar.