19th–25th January 2023
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Film still: The Earth Belongs To No One

Sun . 19:30 / Sputnik Kino


Animation / Comedy / Drama / Documentary / Experimental

Brexicuted (Animation), R.: Chris Shepherd, 6:00 Min.
A variety of British characters, interviewed the day after the UK voted to leave the EU, speak about what motivated their decision.

Wren Boys (Drama), R.: Harry Lighton, 11:00 Min.
On the day after Christmas, a Catholic priest from Cork drives his nephew to prison.

The Earth Belongs To No One (Drama), R.: Ani Laurie, 21:00 Min.
On her way back from school, 14-year-old Sky is followed home by a gang, the rest is a blur. Her big sister Jessy-May takes matters into her own hands.

There Are Other Forces (Drama/Experimental), R.: James Slater, 4:00 Min.
A film about lonerism, psychic maps and chippies. A drifter finds meaning in a chip shop. Based on a poem by Nick Power.

Marfa (Animation/Experimental/Documentary), R.: The Brothers McLeod (Greg McLeod, Myles McLeod), 8:22 Min.
A town on the borderlands of Texas. A landscape of lost horses, freaks and food trucks. And then there’s the giant lemon.

Sex Ed (Comedy/Drama), R.: Alice Seabright, 12:59 Min.
A tragicomedy about a sex education teacher who lets his personal problems get in the way of his lesson.

Sparrow (Drama), R.: Ali Kurr, 9:42 Min.
A young couple books a "romantic" getaway to Skegness's Beachside Caravan Park to patch up the grumblings in their relationship.

Janet, Who Fell From The Sea (Animation), R.: Isabel Greenberg, 5:13 Min.
A girl is drawn into the sea, following the sound of an ethereal bell.

Tobey (Coming of Age/Drama), R.: Adrien Cothier, 12:00 Min.
The discovery of a family secret forces a 12-year-old girl to break free from her anger.

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