SlottsbiografenTuesday, 23 October 17:00
ReginaFriday, 26 October 21:00
COPS ARE ACTORS
Somewhere in the hills of Los Angeles we meet four actors who portray the police profession through narrative and staging.
Marcel admires himself in the mirror. When his girlfriend Jocelyn wakes up, Marcel wants to teach her yoga, but instead Jocelyn wrestles him to the bed and Marcel is challenged to accept something new about himself.
THE LITERAL ZONE: EXHIBITS A-J
Consisting of ten brief episodes, this film revolves around the figure of the refugee in modern history, juxtaposing the ongoing so-called refugee crisis with what migration scholars have begun to describe as a “forty-years crisis” in the beginning and middle of the 20th century (ca. 1919–59).
A successful career woman becomes fed up with being a human being, buys herself a bear suit and emigrates to the wilderness. When civilization finally catches up with her, she has to choose which world she belongs to.
A film about the predominant whiteness in cultural spaces. But which words should be used to avoid reproducing the stereotypical portrayal of people of color?
THE SECOND SHORE
Close to death and close to life. Mona, Andreas, and Iki are telling their stories of close encounters with their own mortality. In this animated documentary, their fates are intertwined on a dark beach. The documentary is based on in-depth interviews and the director’s own experiences.