Experimentation. Transcendence. Rapture.
| 95 minutes | 2017
For her début feature, German filmmaker Helena Wittmann delivers a contemplative journey across the waves. After a weekend together on the North Sea, two women go their separate ways. One gets set to return to her family in Argentina; the other ventures to the Carib-bean, crossing the ocean aboard a raft. A powerful sensory experience that’s as acoustic as it is visual, the film uses breathtaking cinematography to immerse the viewer in the swells of the Atlantic.IN COMPETITIONPREMIÈRE NORD-AMÉRICAINEWith the support of GERMAN FILMS
2017 DRIFT (HD I Dolby Surround I 16:9 I colour I 95’ )2015 ANTHONY MCCALL: CROSSING THE ELBE (HD I Dolby Stereo I 16:9 I colour I 19’ ) 2015 LATER (HD I Stereo I 16:9 I colour I 5’)2014 21,3°C (16mm I Dolby Stereo I16:9 I colour I 16’)2013 WILDNIS I THE WILD (HD I Dolby 5.1 / Stereo I 16:9 I colourI 12’)2010 KREISEN I CIRCLING (16mm I Stereo I 4:3 I colour I 16’20’’)
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