was accepted at its first festival.
It can be seen at the Golden State Film Festival in Los Angeles on February 27.
I would love to pack up the protagonists, Venetia Harontzas and 4 girls from Lalok Libre, and fly there.
But unfortunately it's not feasible in terms of time. Maybe next time. We hope for further invitations to festivals.
Even as a child, Ulrike Korbach had a lot, or rather too much, contact with the camera. Buildings, beach chairs and birthday parties met with her mother's enthusiasm for photographing her
daughter in front of them. Displeased with this position, she soon changed sides and became a perpetrator. First as a 10-year-old with a Super 8 camera, later during her studies she turned to
Since 1998, when film regained the upper hand, her love has been for documentary film. Old friendships from her punk days, an open-minded approach and a political interest made it possible to create close portraits of people. Funny, touching and informative. What the films have in common is a basic attitude that listens. Without instructive off-text and staging, but with an observational view in the style of cinéma vérité.
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