With the program SHORT EXPORT – MADE IN GERMANY 2022 once again and for the 17th time, outstanding German short films travel the world. In a touching and unconventional manner, they tell about being different and one‘s place in society, about relationships, strong women and destruction. It gets imaginative, loud and calm – and sometimes even humorous.
The six current films were selected from over 400 German submissions to the Clermont-Ferrand International Short Film Festival and illustrate the artistic, stylistic and thematic diversity of German short film making.
This year's 85-minute short film program ranges from bizarre and suspenseful to warm-hearted and hilarious fictional, documentary and animated films.
The project is a Franco-German cooperation between AG Kurzfilm - German Short Film Association, German Films, Goethe-Institut Lyon, Festival International du Court Métrage Clermont-Ferrand and Kurzfilm Agentur Hamburg.
Goethe-Institute all over the world and their partner organizations can book SHORT EXPORT – MADE IN GERMANY. The following films are available as a program in the order given below for screenings from a MP4 file or DCP and they can be played with either German, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Arabic, Russian or English subtitles:
Julia Roesler | documentary | 18'
Irem Schwarz | experimental documentary | 7'
Ilaria Di Carlo | experimental documentary | 13'
Maren Wiese, Petra Stipetić | animation | 8'
DAS EINHORN MIT DER SCHNEEHOSE RANNTE PLÖTZLICH LOS (THE UNICORN IN SNOWPANTS SUDDENLY RAN OFF)
Philipp Schaeffer | documentary | 18'
WARUM BEGEHT HELEN KOCH SCHWEREN KRAFTWAGENDIEBSTAHL? (WHY DOES HELEN KOCH COMMIT SERIOUS VEHICLE THEFT?)
Moritz Geiser | fiction | 22'
For bookings and more information, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org