Narrative Feature Film 2015

(in competition)

Spielfilm Wettbewerb 2015

Franny

Franny
Franny

After a hedonistic philanthropist survives a car accident that kills his married best friends, he ingratiates himself into their daughter's life in order to relieve his guilt and recreate the friendship he lost.more

Jackrabbit

Jackrabbit
Jackrabbit

When a friend's suicide leaves behind a mysterious computer drive, a fringe hacker and accomplished computer technician come together to decipher the message left in his wake.more

Keep in touch

Keep in touch

A man attempting a track down his childhood love discovers that she was killed in a car accident many years prior. His search leads him to her younger sister, an aspiring musiccian who bears a striking resemblance.more

Maggie

Maggie
Maggie

As the world narrowly recovers from a near apocalyptic virus, an infeceted teenage girl with only a precious few weeks to live must find the strength and bravery to face her fleeting mortality as her father struggels helplessly to protect her from the frightened town and keep the family togehter.more

Mein blindes Herz

Mein blindes Herz
Mein blindes Herz

Kurt, who suffers from an incurable disease, rebels against his body and the limits that are set for him - whatever the cost.more

Sybille

Sybille

Something indefinite seems to be gnawing on the pragmatic architect, mother and wife Sibylle Froebisch. During a morning walk on the cliffs of Lake Garda she witnesses the suicide of a woman her age. Distressed by this event, Sibylle's perception of her own life changes and sets a process in motion, which more

Sunday

Sunday

Eve (Camille Keenan) and Charlie (Dustin Clare) ara about to have a baby, but are no longer together. After years of history and months of seperation, they have 24 hours to find their way forward. Set in Christchurch, New Zealand one year after the earthquakes that devestated the city. Sunday is a story like the city: one of past devastation and a chance at rebuilding.more

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