You can stream our films online throughout the duration of our festival week from November 5th until November 11th, 2020. Our streaming service will be activated on the opening day, November 5th, at 6.30 pm and made available until November 11th, 12 a.m.
The service will only be available in Germany and is provided by culturebase on behalf of Filmstadt München.
You can choose between single tickets, single tickets with a solidarity contribution for the Neues Maxim cinema and a festival pass (payment options are credit card and PayPal). Tickets and the festival pass are available on the respective film description pages. Just click, buy and enjoy. 🙂
It’s a hot summer in Berlin-Kreuzberg. In the multi-cultural cosmos around Kottbusser Tor, 14 year old Nora breaks her way to adulthood. She gets her first period and upon meeting wild Romy, discovers her love for girls. Together they turn the city park into a forest, the swimming pool into an ocean and the sandpit into a beach. But will she still have eyes for all that beauty when she suffers her very first heartbreak?
Director Leonie Krippendorff describes her film as an important story that shows us how liberating it can be to strip off media-made body images and instead, for the first time, feel one’s own self. Leonie Krippendorff’s coming of age drama succeeds in doing this not only thanks to the director, but also thanks to the great cast. The biggest name on the set is Jella Haase (Romy).
The greatest new discovery Lena Urzendowsky, who takes the viewers along on her character Nora’s journey as she marvels at the wonders of the world around her, discovering beauty in the ugly.
Direction & Screenplay: Leonie Krippendorff; Cast: Lena Urzendowsky, Jella Haase, Lena Klenke;
Fictional film; OV; 94 min;
Age rating: FSK 12