In the process of trying to screen his previous feature film (screened at Olhar de Cinema) across different regions of Germany, filmmaker Philipp Hartmann discovered a universe of small rooms and movie theater owners facing the reality of an industry that increasingly values uniformity and automation. What is the place of the small and the human gesture for the love of art (and cinema) in this world? Through screening his film, he ended up making his next.
When and Where
21:30 Itaú (Sala 2)
21:00 Cineplex (Sala 4)
Born 1972; Master in Film at the Hamburg Fine Arts School finished in 2007; before: Master in Latin American Sciences, Ph.D. in Economics; working as filmmaker and living in Hamburg. 66KINOS (2016), Time goes by like a roaring lion (2013); About the Necessity to travel the Seas (2010; short), requiem für Frau H. (2007; short)