ANIMOK, German: GDR – towards new horizons
In this film screening GDR – towards new horizons, we show 2 animated documentaries that, in their own way, interweave personal memories and documented facts into gripping stories about everyday
In this film screening GDR – towards new horizons, we show 2 animated documentaries that, in their own way, interweave personal memories and documented facts into gripping stories about everyday life in the GDR. Here we meet socialism, childhood in the GDR, internal conflicts to come to terms with the past, and the students are faced with philosophical and ethical questions and dilemmas.
Films in the programme:
Stumm – Anna Theil – 2020
Katharina’s father used to work for the GDR secret service. In the mid-1990s he was arrested for a murder ordered in connection with his former job … and released. A film about family secrets and the question of whether some things better remain hidden.
Die Weite Suchen – Falk Schuster – 2015
This animated documentary follows a young family through their journey and gives an insight of holidaying close to the border in East Germany (GDR). Personal memories and factual evidence come together to create an illustrated travel journal.
Duration: 1 hour 3 min.
Age limit: 10+
Nordisk Film biografer FotoramaTingvej 22, 8800 ViborgCinema and cafe centrally located in Viborg with parking lot nearby.