Thursday, March 9, 2017 - 18:00
Feminist cinema: Tel Aviv – Berlin
Short film screening and discussion
Location & Time: AGORA Rollberg - 18:00
Tickets available online here
A collaboration between Berlin Feminist Film Week and Kinoclan, ensemble promoting films about the feminine experience as seen through women’s eyes, has produced an evening of simultaneous screening, in both Berlin and Tel Aviv. 5 short films of 5 female directors, all involving questions of gender and language. In each of the films, the main character encounters a situation which forces her to discover surviving ingenuity – to adapt, to rebel, and even a invent a new language.
Following the screening, a live Skype talk will be held with the participation of the directors and the audience.
● The films ●
Over Time (2014) – Maya Sarfaty – Na’ama, a young nurse, has just started working with Yotam, a disabled attractive man in a wheelchair. Working day has come to an end, but apparently the apartment door is locked from the outside. What will she have to do to get out?
No Free Lunch (2014) – Leeron Revah – Sarai, an ambitious woman with a knack for autodidacticism, has the audacity to use morally questionable tactics to attain her ultimate goal of upward mobility and get a chance to change her fate.
V (2014) – Efrat Mishori and Dana Goldbeg – A young woman addresses the camera. She speaks of a man. Her face twitches with rage and pain. She wants to be heard. She wants to be believed. There is no other story like hers.
IANUS (2016) Victoria Schulz
Lynn is torn between her new role as a mother and her old freedom.
Homework (2016) – Annika Pinske – A young father (27), his twelve-year-old daughter, a nightclub, two secrets and one lie.
The project was supported by grants from the Stiftung Deutsch-Israelisches Zukunftsforum and the Heinrich Boell Foundation.