Die fremde Frau - Winterreise nach Flossenbürg

The Strange Woman - Winter Journey to Flossenbürg

 
The Strange Woman – Winter Journey to Flossenbürg is a documentary about a family of four generations in Flossenbürg, a village in Upper Palatinate in Bavaria. The film shows in quiet observations the lives of the village residents and the coexistence of housewife and mother Kerstin and her daughter Lena. The past and dealing with it point to the future. The film tells the story of mania and depression, empathy and obedience, of marriage, loneliness and love.

Director's Biography
BETTINA BÜTTNER was born in 1983 in Germany. She studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Nuremberg and at the University of Arts and Design in Karlsruhe. Her documentary Kids was screened and awarded at numerous international film festivals. In 2012, Büttner assisted filmmaker Thomas Heise in making the documentary Consequences. She works as a freelance filmmaker and lecturer. // Films (selection): Kinder (Kids, 2011, doc; CE’12), Die fremde Frau – Winterreise nach Flossenbürg (The Strange Woman – Winter Journey to Flossenbürg, 2015, doc)
Architektur und Gesellschaft | Architecture and Society 2016
Bettina Büttner
Germany 2015
color
77 minutes
OV with English subtitles
Screenplay Eduard Büttner
Cinematography Florian Haag, Bettina Büttner, Eduard Stürmer
Editing Eduard Stürmer
Sound/Sounddesign Cornelia Böhm
Music Franz Schubert
Producer(s) Bettina Büttner
Production
Bettina Büttner Adlitz 46 91080 Marloffstein Germany post@bettinabuettner.de www.bettinabuettner.de
Weltpremiere / World Premiere
Grenzland-Filmtage International Film
Festival 2016

Premierenstatus / Premiere Status
International Premiere