17th–23rd Jan 2019
Sputnik Kino, Acudkino,
City Kino Wedding
HAU Hebbel am Ufer &
Kino Zukunft

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Film still: This Is Bate Bola

Sat 19.01. 18:00 / Sputnik Kino

Festival Screening (Documentary Special)

Documentary / Animation / Experimental

Maesteg (Documentary), R.: Theodore Tennant, 11:00 Min.
One day in the life of "Stumpy", a taxi driver in the small ex-mining town of Maesteg, Wales.

Landline (Documentary), R.: Matt Houghton, 12:00 Min.
In 2010, a chaplain from Cheshire set up a helpline for gay farmers. "Landline" journeys into the world of the people who called.

Learning To Swim (Documentary), R.: Ruth Grimberg, 10:00 Min.
Ingrid welcomes Syrian refugee Ahmed into her home in the quiet English countryside and tries to help him to put his trauma behind.

The Woman Who Turns Into A Castle (Animation/Documentary), R.: Kathrin Steinbacher, 3:45 Min.
An animated documentary about a woman who turns into a castle based on Oliver Sacks' Case study.

Life In Miniature (Documentary), R.: Ellen Evans, 4:40 Min.
A SHORT film about SMALL things - and the woman who creates them...

Wargames (Documentary), R.: Jessica Bishopp, 10:00 Min.
Experimental documentary about obsession, camaraderie and a Wargames Society that asks: what does it take to go into battle?

Floodtide (Experimental), R.: Alana Barnett, 3:14 Min.
An exploration of the turbulent balance of power between humanity and sea.

This Is Bate Bola (Documentary), R.: Ben Holman, Neirin Jones, 16:00 Min.
Straight from the favelas, this is the Rio Carnival that you have never seen before.

The Racer (Documentary), R.: Alex Harron, 13:05 Min.
Jodie lives and breathes motorcycling. But the road to reaching the top is paved with difficulties.

Frames And Containers (Documentary/Experimental), R.: Charlie Lyne, 9:00 Min.
A video essay on the enduring cinematic tussle between frame and container.