Open Air Kino | Kurzfilmrolle der dokumentART

Open Air Kino | Kurzfilmrolle der dokumentART


19:30 - 22:00


Hillmannplatz, 28195 Bremen


Open Air Kino auf dem Hillmannplatz ganz ohne laute Bässe, die Nachbarn oder Tiere um den Schlaf bringen. Stattdessen mit Kopfhörern im Liegestuhl.
Am Dienstag, den 19.09. zeigen wir eine internationale Kurzfilmrolle von der dokumentART, moderiert von Ilona Rieke vom Filmbüro Bremen
The Scent of Beetroot von Petra Stipetić, Maren Wiese
12 min, Germany, 2023
Animationsfilm, der Mensch auf der Suche nach dem ewigen Leben
A scientist discovers the key to immortality: the scent of beetroot. Through its excessive use, an impenetrable magenta atmosphere soon envelops the entire planet. Immortality spreads like a virus: death is not only avoidable, but impossible. In real interviews, the inhabitants talk about their lives in this dystopian utopia.
Skiing, the real nature – the void von Clara Thomine
15 min, Belgium, 2021
Humorvolle Postkapitalistische Apokalypse
A young woman is enthusiastic about survival after the end of the world. She rediscovers the joys of skiing, the beauty of nature and then visits an empty airport which is not bad.
Time to revolt von Daniel Le Hai
14 min, Poland, 2022
Protest against climate change
The protagonist of the story is Ania who is performance artist and a member of Extinciton Rebelion organization. She and her friends protest against climate change and take part in women`s strikes. During protests Ania is practicing de-escalation – which is a method to reduce violent behaviours. “Time to revolt” is a documentary short film, a portrait of modern Poland through eyes of young activist. This film shows the energy of young people and differences in the Polish society.
Aralkum von Daniel Asadi Faezi, Mila Zhluktenko
13 min, Uzbekistan, 2022
Klimawandel, Wassermangel, Verschwinden des Aralsees
A desert landscape, as if from another planet. A few lonely, rusty shipwrecks. Low desert scrub grows around them to hold the sand together during the merciless storms. Aralkum, the Aral Desert, is the bare seabed, the last thing left of the Aral Sea.
By weaving together different cinematic textures, the short film Aralkum re-imagines the dried-up Aral Sea, allowing an old fisherman to set sail one last time.