17th–23rd Jan 2019
Sputnik Kino, Acudkino,
City Kino Wedding
HAU Hebbel am Ufer &
Kino Zukunft

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Film still: TRiGGA

Sat 13.01. 20:00 / Sputnik Kino


Drama / Drama / Animation

British By The Grace Of God (Drama), R.: Sean Robert Dunn, 15:51 Min.
Scotland during the summer of the Brexit referendum: Irene struggles to find her place in the world and in her family.

TRiGGA (Drama/Coming of Age), R.: Meloni Poole, 15:54 Min.
Because Mae gets bullied by Heather and her gang at school, she sews herself a horse mask for protection.

Final Call (Animation/Romance), R.: Sara Barbas, 11:30 Min.
A modern romance: At the airport security check (cat) Catarina meets her old flame (dog) Diogo. Was their separation a misunderstanding?

The Entertainer (Comedy/Drama), R.: Jonathan Schey, 15:00 Min.
Once he was a TV star, but now Paul (Toby Jones,"Berberian Sound Studio") drives up and down the county in a cheap tuxedo entertaining at parties.

The Silent Man (Comedy/Drama), R.: Charlotte Colbert, 15:00 Min.
A young woman attempts to re-capture the magic of a doomed relationship – by ordering a life-size doll, in his exact image. With Sophie Kennedy Clark and British top comedian Simon Amstell (Never Mind the Buzzcocks).

Standby (Comedy/Drama), R.: Charlotte Regan, 6:00 Min.
Police officers Gary and Jane share one patrol car for years. Their evolving relationship is an emotional rollercoaster ride in six minutes.

I WAS 3 (Drama), R.: Alfie Barker, 11:01 Min.
One morning Laura finds her face with the caption “Missing” in a newspaper article, it soon becomes apparent that her childhood has been a lie.

The Ship (Animation), R.: Natasha Price, 3:09 Min.
A cautionary tale of nationalism (and the relative merits of pasties).