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The Indy Film Library in Amsterdam reviewed the Angel of History and gave it four out of five stars. I like the review very much, even though it unfortunately doesn't mention the music of Matija Strniša: https://indyfilmlibrary.com/2020/02/17/the-angel-of-history-2019-4-stars

What I liked best: "To make a short documentary film that manages to praise Europe for opening its borders inwards and at the same time calls on it to open up more in future to those beyond its borders is a seemingly impossible balancing act, but one that the angel of history performs with sovereignty. Eric Esser and his team have condensed a subject that many would have difficulty making a coherent film in 90 minutes into 11 minutes."

Yay! Besides, I think it's the first time anyone ever compared me to Werner Herzog. 😳

 

 
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Rotation, my graduation documentary at Filmarche film school, will have its world premiere at the 14. achtung berlin – new berlin film award on April 17th, 2018 at 7pm in the Berlin cinema Filmtheater am Friedrichshain. A second screening will be shown the next day, on April 18th at 6pm at the splendid Tilsiter Lichtspiele, Berlin’s oldest film house.

Rotation is a 71 minute documentary about the rotation of rooms among inhabitants of the former squat and current housing Project K9 in Berlin’s district of Friedrichshain. It follows the inhabitants in their process of collectively shifting from one living quarter to another within the house. Rotation is screened in the section Berlin Documents, which showcases productions which "are silhouetted clearly against the mainstream and stand out formally through bearing their own signature, take a very personal perspective or deal with a particular controversial topic."

I am very happy and thank every one who helped making this happen! Yay!!

 

 
Rising Star Award certificate for "We Weren't Given Anything for Free"

We Weren't Given Anything for Free is one of the Rising Star Award Winners in the Student Film Competition category at the Canada International Film Festival Vancouver 2014. Thank you very very much! I am very honored and very happy about this! 

However, it won't be screened: these Awards are meant to decorate movies which did not make it amongst the small numberof 21 movies of which the official selection consists. The festival wrote to me "Although your film was not chosen to be screened publicly, our judges felt that your film was among the very best of the several hundreds of films submitted from over 30 countries around the world and deserving of special recognition." So I am very happy about this kind of honoration, even if being screened and being awarded is vice versa this time...

 
Logo of the Imperfectu Festival 2014, Tijuana, Mexico

We Weren't Given Anything for Free is going to be another time in Mexico. On Tuesday, April 1st at 9pm at the Imperfectu International Film and Gender Studies Festival in Tijuana. This years end there will be a Berlin screening of the festival movies as well. As soon as I got the dates, I will publish them on the movies Facebook page.

On May 20th the movie is going to have its Argentine premiere in Buenos Aires at the festival Libercine - Internacional de Cine sobre Diversidad Sexual y Género, on 2:00 pm at theArtecinema in Buenos Aires. I am very happy about this and I think the Spanish excellent translation from Sarah Mazzenzana and Irene Izquierdo has paid off very fast!

 
Poster of the 21st Sguardi Altrove Film Festivals Mailan

We Weren't Given Anything for Free will have its long-awaited Italian premiere in Milan, at the 21st Sguardi Altrove Film Festival. On Saturday, March 22nd it will be screened in Spazio Oberdan in Viale Vittorio Veneto 2.

However, its Europe premiere will be slightly earlier in Austria, at the FrauenFilmTage 2014 in Vienna. The movie will be screened Thursday, March 13th at 9pm at the Filmhaus Kino located in the Spittelberggasse 3. At the same time there will be secondy festival screenings on March 12th and 13th at the Programmkino Wels in Upper Austria. The movie screening is sponsored by the Green Women Vienna.

 

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