Short films are a lot more than exercises of film students. With little time to tell a story you have to keep to the essence. Short film makers are the real masters. Not unfounded some directors are present again and again in our competition. We show films exclusively shot on celluloid – 35 mm, 16 mm, Super8. This makes it hard to compile a first-class program. Even more so we’re happy to have had a good choice once more, though it’s hard to reject films well worth being shown. The result is a colourful mixture of short features, documentaries, experimental films and quite a number of animations.
tue 17 nov 8 pm Caligari FilmBühne Ticketreservation
sun 22 nov 7 pm Caligari FilmBühne <no reservation possibile>
The award ceremony takes place on Sunday, November 22, 2009, after the second screening of the contest films.
The prize money is sponsored by the Cultural Offices of the State Capital Wiesbaden and production company BEWEGTE ZEITEN, Wiesbaden.
 NEVER DRIVE A CAR WHEN YOU’RE DEAD
by Gregor Dashuber Germany 2009 35 mm 10 Min. OV Animation
 B 96
by Josephine Frydetzki Germany 2008 16 mm 17 Min. OV Fiction
 DER LAUF DER DINGE
by Katharina Vogel Germany 2009 35 mm 2 Min. OV Animation
 IL GIARDINO
by Michael Ester Germany 2008 35 mm 11 Min. OV Fiction
by Jörg Wagner Germany 2009 35 mm 9 Min. no Dial. Experimental film
 DER PRINZ
by Petra Schröder Germany 2009 35 mm 15 Min. OV engl. ST Fiction
by Jacob Frey und Harry Fast Germany 2009 35 mm 3 Min. engl. OV Animation
by Piotr J. Lewandowski Germany 2008 35 mm 15 Min. pol./germ. OV germ. ST Fiction
 TOMO)RROW – YEAH!
by Daniela Abke Germany 2008 35 mm 13 Min. engl. OV Documentary
 JUDAS AND JESUS
by Olaf Enke und Claudia Romero Germany 2009 35 mm 15 Min. no Dial. Animation