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Who's afraid of Alice Miller?

CH 2020, 101 min, Daniel Howald

Martin is rejected by his cold, uncaring mother and beaten by his father: a childhood without love. It sounds like a case right out of the book “The Drama of the Gifted Child” by world-renowned Swiss psychoanalyst Alice Miller. Except Martin is the son of the children’s rights advocate.

After Alice Miller’s death, Martin embarks on a journey to finally understand the contradiction between the famous childhood trauma researcher and the destructive mother. He finally discovers what stood between him and his mother: the greatest drama of the 20th century, the Shoah, the annihilation of the Jewish people. As a young Jew, Alice Miller assumed a false identity to survive amidst the Nazis in Warsaw – and was forced to witness all the atrocities. But Alice repressed these traumatic experiences, disassociating herself from them for the rest of her life. The deeper Martin digs into his mother’s biography, the clearer it becomes: his own emotional pain is the legacy of something that he himself never experienced.

festivals

Solothurner Filmtage 2020, CH | DOK.fest München 2021, DE | Krakow Film Festival 2021, PL

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NEWS

A BLACK JESUS

Sondervorstellungen:

1.10.
Wohnprojekt, Wien
in Koop. mit dem Integrationshaus
Filmstudio Villach
in Koop. mit UNHCR/Langer Tag der Flucht

10.11.
Leokino, Innsbruck
in Koop. mit der Stadt Innsbruck

10.12.
Moviemento, Linz
in Koop. mit Südwind OÖ, Arcobaleno und Migrare

ab 1. Oktober österreichweit
in den Kinos

Village Cinema Wien Mitte, Wien
Top Kino, Wien 
Kino im Kesselhaus, Krems 
Moviemento, Linz
Programmkino Wels
Geidorf Kunstkino, Graz
KIZ Royalkino, Graz
Leokino, Innsbruck

Filmpodium, Biel/Bienne
(8./10./12./14./17.10.)

weitere Kinos folgen

HINTER DEN SCHLAGZEILEN

ab 10. September österreichweit
in den Kinos

in Kooperation mit dem Antikorruptionsbegehren:

16.9., 20.00 Uhr - Leokino, Innsbruck
18.9., 18.30 Uhr - Kino im Kesselhaus, Krems

in den österreichischen Kinos:

Filmcasino, Wien
Votiv Kino/De France, Wien
Actors Studio, Wien
CineCenter, Wien
Top Kino, Wien (ab 17.9.)
Kino im Kesselhaus, Krems (18.9.)
Moviemento, Linz
Programmkino, Wels
Das Kino, Salzburg
KIZ Royalkino, Graz
Annenhof Kino, Graz
Volkskino Klagenfurt (13.-16.9.)
Leokino, Innsbruck
Rio Kino, Feldkirch (ab 17.9.)
Lichtspiele Lenzing (ab 23.9.)
Filmkulturclub Dornbirn (13./14.10.)
Filmbühne Waidhofen/Ybbs (1./2.12.)

weitere Kinos folgen

ÖSTERR. FILMPREISE 2021

 

The Trouble With Being Born

- Bester Film
- Beste Regie
- Bestes Maskenbild
- Bester Ton/Sounddesign

Die Dohnal

- Bester Dokumentarfilm
- Bester Schnitt

WEITERE KINOTERMINE

The Trouble With Being Born
15./21./23./28.9.Breitenseer Lichtspiele, Wien
18./24.9., Spielboden Dornbirn
27.9., Filmhaus, Wien
6.10., Admiral Kino
17.11., Filmklub Wieselburg

Wood - Der geraubte Wald
17./23.9., Kino Millstatt
15.10., Klima & Umwelt Filmtage Baden
20.10., Literatur im Kino, Langenlois
21.10., Cinema Paradiso, St. Pölten
24.10., Apollo Kino Stockerau

Glory to the Queen
3./10./17./24.10., Kino Xenix, Zürich

Die Dohnal
4.10., Horizontale, Straden
3.11., Dieselkino, Leibnitz

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FESTIVALS

A BLACK JESUS

will be screened at

Festival Internazionale Cinema di Frontiera, IT 2021
16th September

WEIYENA - The Long March Home

will be screened at

Biennale Bavaria - Festival des Neuen Heimatfilms, DE 2021
16th & 17th Sepember

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