The World Wide Web has become another presentation and exploitation platform for films, and not just through streaming services. What is lucrative about making films for the Internet? And to what extent do the production and distribution conditions differ from those for the big screen?
Women are still underrepresented in the film industry, both in front of and behind the camera. Why this is so, how it might be changed, and whether new formats also mean new and more opportunities for women – these are the questions that the “Provincial Film Days 2021” will explore.
The Filmwerkstatt and the Filmfestival Münster turn 40 this year and they celebrate the double anniversary with the longest festival ever! From September 16 to 26, the 19th Münster Film Festival will show a hand-picked program of short and long films, and offer a variety of encounters and discussion rounds with filmmakers.
Alone (D 2021 – R: Amechi Oji & Jakob Bey)
Das abstürzende Luftschiff (D 2020 – R: Ivan Dubrovin)
Mavis und Kosmas (D 2020 – R: Zauri Matikashvili)
Jack & June (D 2020 – R: T. Olcay, R. Nitsch & P. Hilgedieck)
Keines Menschen eigen (D 2020 – R: Bettina Henningsen)
weg von hier (D 2021 – R: Jan Thierhoff)
Panel discussion: The film and cinema industry has included in some funding regulations that films in Germany must be barrier-free. Accordingly, a film needs subtitles, an audio description and sign language.
Aus aktuellem Anlass (D 2020 – R: J. Klais & F. Pawliczek)
Techtelmechtel (D 2021 – R: Susanna Wüstneck)
Schlöppmanns Hut (D 2020 – R: Christine Nippoldt)
Bonbon – Das Musical (D 2020 – R: Daniel Meier)
Michael Ironside And I (D 2020 – R: Marian Mayland)
Netherlands 2020 – Director & Screenplay: Jeffrey De Vore – Cinematography: Jelle Dijkstra, Jorrit Garretsen, Niels Bakker – Starring: Dick Maas, Huub Stapel, Monique Van de Ven, Martin Koolhoven u.a. – 97 minutes