What a difference a day makes …

17 November 2016 – 5 pm

Introduction: Philipp Kanske

Do you want to better? What do you do to change? Session 1 asks what people dream of, who they want to be, how they want to live their lives, and how little steps can mean the world. Do we want to have a better future, or do we want to change the past? We would like to examine the ambivalence of the moment embracing future and past and speak about the vague uneasiness motivating a discontent leading into something new.

Discussion

 

Hilke Brockmann

She is Professor for sociology at the Jacobs University Bremen. In the center of her work is the interrogation of happiness and it´s connection to maximization. At the moment she is a research fellow at the Robert Schuhmann Centre Florence.

Helene Moltke-Leth

She is film director, producer and managing director of MixtureFilm. She produces documentaries as well as fictional films.

 

Films

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Bacon & God’s Wrath

Sol Friedman

Canada 2015 – 9 min

A 90 year old Jewish woman reflects on her life’s experiences as she prepares to try bacon. Bacon was off-limits her full live long, but the internet provided space for questions.

 

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The Learning Alliance

Muhammad Umar Saeed

Pakistan 2016 – 8 min

Collecting garbage for earning and paying their fees for school. Three brothers who are changing their future by studying and experiencing their daily grind at the dump in Lahore.


dawitDäwit

David Jansen

Germany 2015 – 15 min

A wolf child, an angel, a cat. The animation tells the story of an abandoned child, who grows up with wolfs after his mother rescued him from his violent father.


enact5Enact

Regan Avery

USA 2016 – 5 min

Enact appears like an advertising for an app that helps you be the person you want to be. Do we wait for such a solution or should we be frightened about?

 

 

whenistoplooking1When I Stop Looking

Todd Herman

USA 2013 – 15 min

Going beyond the imprint of appearances, the film invokes the intensely private worlds of those portrayed, each of whom lives with significant facial and cranial conditions.


 

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