The Zelig café in Munich is a meeting place. More than 70 years after the holocaust, survivors get together on a weekly basis. These people have been on great life journeys and now they tell their stories in front of the camera.
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English/Original Title: CAFÉ ZELIG. Writer: Tanja Cummings. Camera: Marek Iwicki. Sound: Kai Ziarkowski, Krzysztof Bak, Mehmet Taner Asma. Editing: Angelika Levi, Tanja Cummings, Martin Hirsch. Music: n/a. Production: Weltfilm GmbH. Producer: Kristina Konrad. Length: 96 min. International Sales: bislang übernimmt dies: Europäischer Verein für Ost-West-Annäherung e. V.. Distribution: bislang übernimmt dies: Europäischer Verein für Ost-West-Annäherung e. V..
Cummings studied philosophy, English literature and linguistics at the Free University of Berlin. She works as a freelance storyboard artist and illustrator and makes documentaries, among other things, as project manager for the European Association for East-West Rapprochement.
LINIE 41, D 2015, 100 min.
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