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Masterclass

 

Volkskundemuseum Wien | SA, 06.05. | 2pm - 5pm | Barak Heymann, Filmmaker (Israel)

CINEMA AS A POLITICAL AND SOCIAL TOOL

It’s Tomer’s and Barak’s specialty to make political films which, at the same time, tell deeply personal stories in unpretentious ways. International awards acknowledge the Heymann brother’s approach to understand cinema as a social and political tool. They work without scripts and stress the necessity to create close relationships and trust amongst the protagonists in order to create convincing human narratives – whether they are about illegal workers, Jewish-Arab coexistence or the troubled years of youth. Who’s gonna love me now is their festival contribution this year – in this masterclass they provide meaningful insights into their work.

Entry Fee: Free Donation

Language: English

Application with Name to:
programmethnocinecaat, Application Deadline: May 4th, 2017

Please note: Who’s gonna love me now? will be screened on May 6th, 6pm in Kino De France and on May 9th, 7:30pm at Votiv Kino.