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The increasing suburbanization robbed animals of their natural habitat. Foraging wildlife push further into areas from human - urban and natural clash here. The attitude of the people there is often different. Is a peaceful coexistence between wildlife and humans possible?
Title: Berlin Beasts
Original Title: Wild in Berlin
Language versions: German version
Length: 52 min
Director: Reinhard Schädler
Screenplay: Reinhard Schädler
Cinematography: Karsten Schleitzer, Hans-Jürgen Büsch
Editing: Hans-Jürgen Büsch
Sound: Hannes Richtera
Production: Büsch/Schädler Berlin Hans-Jürgen Büsch und Reinhard Schädler
World Sales: Autlook
Age Recommendation: 12
Miscellaneous: Research: Steffen Vogel, Karsten Schleitzer
Germany, 83 min.
Germany , 83 min
D: Lucian Busse
German (original version, Subtitled: EN)
Why attracts people from around the world to Berlin? BERLINIZED by Lucian Busse is a tour of 1990s’ Berlin-Mitte, capturing the unique vibe of the club culture and art scene. After the Wall fell, vacant buildings and apartments in Mitte hosted unforgettable parties, music performances and art happenings.
D, PL, 50 min.
Rabbit à la Berlin
D, PL , 50 min
D: Bartek Konopka, Piotr Rosołowski
German (Subtitled: EN)
RABBIT À LA BERLIN – a documentary about the rabbits which lived for 28 years on the no man's land around the Berlin Wall – a death zone for humans but a safe zone for rabbits. Directed by Bartek Konopka and Piotr Rosołowski.
Germany, 89 min.
Unlike U - Trainwriting in Berlin
Germany , 89 min
D: Henrik Regel, Björn Birg
German (original version, Subtitled: EN, ES)
Extremely undercover, extremely criminal and extremely forbidden. Seven years in the making, filmmakers Henrik Regel and Björn Birg portray four generations of Berlin spray paint and graffiti artists who specialize in trams and underground trains.
DE, GB, 24 min.
Making It Big in Berlin
DE, GB , 24 min
D: Claudia Goldberg
German (Subtitled: EN)
Berlin is full of young freelancers who have found alternatives to the standard nine-to-five job. The city's low rents and space for creative ideas make it possible. Competition and money aren't foremost in everyone's minds.
Germany, 93 min.
Germany , 93 min
D: Irene von Alberti, Miriam Dehne, Esther Gronenborn
Three directors, three perspectives, three BERLIN STORIES. Based on staged rehearsals of the play “Stadt als Beute” by renowned, controversial playwright and director René Pollesch. It’s two weeks before the premiere and everything’s going wrong!
Netherlands, Belgium, 90 min.
Enjoy Your Meal - How Food Changes the World
Netherlands, Belgium , 90 min
D: Walther Grotenhuis
Various languages (Subtitled: EN)
Food is tempting to the taste buds and brings people together for social gatherings. But how did the food on our plates get there, and how does the production of our 'daily bread' affect the world we live in?
Switzerland, 62 min.