TRACING TANGO ECHO TANGO
The semi-autobiographical film essay of a daughter following the trail of her father, an ex-Soviet pilot, in Sudan. The possibility of doing his old job once again takes him far from home, since “work is work” even when it means being a long distance away from everything you have been familiar with up to that point. A film about flights of fancy and a long fall. Andrea Erja
We present the world premiere of the film.
Writer: Ksenia Ciuvaseva. Camera: Vincent Engel. Sound: Samuel L. Schwenk. Editing: Yasaman Ahmadi. Music: Lambert P.S. Regel. Production: Filmuniversität Babelsberg. Producer: Marlene Grau. Length: 30 min. International Sales: Festival manager Distribution: Filmuniversität Babelsberg
No youth rating
When the filmmaker was 19 years old, she moved from Moldova to Germany to fulfill her dream of becoming a film director. After studying film at the Free University of Berlin and Charles University in Prague, she studied film directing at the Konrad Wolf Film University of Babelsberg.
TRACING TANGO ECHO TANGO, DE 2021, 30 min.
RIBAKIT, DE 2019, 13 min.
LE JEUNE PÂTISSIÈR, DE 2017, 17 min.
Shortlist Student Award
The Student Award of DOK.fest München presents outstanding documentary films by students of German-speaking film schools. The films are nominated for the Megaherz Student Award, worth 3,000 Euros.
We present this film as part of our short film programme SHORTS 2. The ticket also gives access to the following film:
SO ODER SO (SO OR SO)
Germany 2021, Lea Tama Springer, Eva Gemmer, Hannah Jandl, 45 min.
An episodic film that portrays four young people on the cusp of adulthood. Emy, Wiebke, Tizian and Emma ask themselves, what happens in your life after you have finished school? And come to completely different conclusions. A phase of life that we are all familiar with – carefully observed and recounted with refreshing humour. Andrea Erja