Spielzeit: ca. 120 Min. ab 12 Jahren
Spielort: Salzstadel Uhrzeit: 20:00 Uhr Datum: Donnerstag, 28.04.

DaHome

Heimat – a big word that is difficult to define. Homeland is more than the relationship between man and space or the place where we are born. Is home the place where we can or have to live? The place we are dreaming of, in our own or foreign country? Home is also culture, faith, history and stories. The concept of home is constantly being discussed, and right-wing populist instrumentalization is currently in vogue globally.

Together with the district of Lower Bavaria, we are presenting international short films that deal with the subject of homeland in a special and extraordinary way.

The jury of the 22nd Landshut Short Film Festival will be present for this special program.

Following the performance, we cordially invite you to an exchange of ideas and a get together.

DaHome – A Heimat Film Program

Chants to the Gods

A series of traditional chants offer us a glimpse into the Georgian oral tradition, kept wisely over generations.

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Bahçeler Put Kesildi

Not knowing what to do with the farmland left by his father, Yusuf has to make some difficult decisions.

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A Dark Moment of Faith

The young Vicky is struggling for money. Her mother has just died and she has to pay for her funeral. It all seems very hopeless, until she meets Vasco.

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Keep Shiftin'

A glass factory in the middle of the German-Czech border region. The magic of the routine carries through the night shift.

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Bićemo najbolji

A young Serbian woman and an Albanian man fight for their love and their life during the Kosovo War 1998.

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Wir. Hier.

In “Us. Here.” four Jewish Munich citizens talk about their very personal experiences with anti-Semitism and their thoughts on recent antisemitic assaults in Munich.

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