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Wonder When You’ll Miss Me
Director – Francesco Fei
Duration – 90′
Amanda is seventeen and has a difficult past. To face the world, she has created an imaginary, exuberant and politically incorrect friend who guides her in the greatest challenges: grow and take possession of her life. Her story is about courage and determination, it’s adventurous and romantic, but at the same time ferocious and yet funny. The film is based on Wonder when you’ll miss me, the second book by Amanda Davis, an American writer who died prematurely. A road movie through physical and mental boundaries, running from the past and looking for a possible future.
Director – Steffen Köhn
Duration – 81′
The young and lonesome 18year old Mercedes visits the legendary techno festival “Heimat” for the first time in her life. She is longingly hoping for experiences of proximity, joy and intensity. Instead, she finds herself confronted with the abysses of this alleged perfect world. In the end, Mercedes sees no way out without committing an act of violence.
Director – Leonie Krippendorff
Duration – 99′
Berlin-Kreuzberg is Nora’s microcosm. Nora, the silent observer, is always tagging along: At parties, at school, at the pool, on rooftops and in apartments. Nora drifts around the monotonous housing blocks with her big sister and her friends, witnessing events that seem to cross-fade in the summer light. Girls who want to be slim and pretty, boys who say dumb things to provoke or because they are in love. Ruthless smartphone cameras and fragile teenagers. But Nora has her own way of looking at the world, and when she meets Romy, she realizes why. There is music in the air, Nora’s body is changing, and caterpillars are spinning their cocoons. Realistic and taking on the protagonist’s perspective, this film captures a summer of change.